TAI CHI CHI KUNG
Tai Chi Chi Kung I form consists of only 13 easy-to- master movements, the mind is soon free to learn how to experience and direct the Chi flow.
Tai Chi is an art. As with most arts, personal instruction is essential if one wishes to reach the highest levels. The Tai Chi Chi Kung form stresses the inner structure of Tai Chi, the way Chi flows in the body and the way energy is transmitted through the bone structure from the ground.
The Tai Chi principles and methods of internal power training are applicable to all styles of Tai chi. However, Tai Chi Chi Kung must be understood, studied, and practiced within the context of Taoism; it is but one branch (albeit an important one) of a comprehensive system of Taoist practices.
Tai Chi Yang Style, Discharge Form is the second Tai Chi form and builds up on the previous Tai Chi Chi Kung form and Iron Shirt Chi Kung as well as in the coupling of Yin and Yang as taught in the Fusion of the Five Elements and Kan & Li supreme inner alchemy energy Meditations.
Definition: Discharge Power is the issuing of internal power, which is characteristic of the three internal martial arts Tai Chi, Hsing Yi and Ba Kua Zhang. Power is transferred to the opponent with seemingly little force. There is little or no gross external movement or musculature involved in the release of this power.
Power is transferred from the energetic realm via the whole structure of the opponent. Tai Chi Wu Style, Tendon Form came from the Yang style and continues to carry its essence but maybe with some improvements. The Wu style attempts to return to the foundation principles of Tai Chi.