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Yang Cheng-fu Form (DVDRip)

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Yang Cheng-fu Form (DVDRip)
Yang Cheng-fu Form
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Tai Chi is a short way of saying Tai Chi Ch'uan. It means supreme ultimate fist or supreme ultimate boxing. Tai Chi is a great health art, also a great martial art. The two can never be separated. You cannot separate the Yin from the Yang. If you try to do Tai Chi just as an exercise or health dance then you lose a great deal of the health benefits. Doing Tai Chi as self-defence only, you lose some of the self-defence benefits for not adding the healing parts of Tai Chi.
Yang Cheng-Fu Form - TCH - 3 circle standing Qigong (feet, arms, palms).
3 circle Qigong for the body. It puts body into balance, Yin Yang energy into balance and gets rid of blockages through meridians.
Qigong is done while learning the Yang Cheng Fu Form to get medical benefits fast. The Yang Cheng-Fu Form is a moving qigong. It takes time to learn and must be done correctly to receive medical benefits.
Fifteen minutes is the minimum amount of time for this Qigong. It can be done as long as you wish as long as you split the time for the first and second posture (the first 2/3 of the time for the 1st posture & the last 1/3 of the time for the 2nd posture).
A. First posture - Raise hands, palm tile position to shoulder height. Palms facing like on the top sides of a basketball, fingers slightly apart.
B. Second posture - Lower hands, palm tile position to the lower Tantien. Palms facing like on the bottom sides of a basketball, fingers slightly apart.

Grow energetic roots back into the ground with Qigong or Tai Chi movements. One movement has much energy.
Basic Set 3 Circle Standing Qigong Posture Instructions (see MTG10 all positions). Stance takes away tension.
Relax sufficiently as to only use enough tension in the body to hold the position so Qi flows freely through the meridians.
Do not close your eyes. You want awareness in martial arts meditation. Eyes can close only so far as a sliver of light gets through. The gaze should be straight ahead, aware of everything around you. Your mind is thinking about nothing. You hear and see everything that is happening, let it just come in and go out.

1. Tongue remains on the hard pallet at all times.

2. Legs - shoulder width apart (inside of foot is lined up with armpit).

3. Scrunch toes under. It drags Yang energy down to the bubbling well point (K1). In electricity, like poles cancel out, unlike poles attract. So scrunching our toes under we make our K1 point Yin to the outsides of the feet, which are Yang. Then the Yang energy is dragged down to K1. That's the point the energy is said to spring from. First it comes from the Tantien (CO3) down to the K1 point then it comes through the body in order to do its work. That is why the toes are scrunched under.

4. Bend Knees - Sit straight down, back vertical, buttocks tucked under, no hollow in the back. The back is straight, chin tucked in, do not bend the neck. The neck should be comfortably straight in line with the back down to the sub tailar joint. Too much bend can damage your knees, not enough bend and no fire builds up in the Tantien to cause activation of energy. Because you are looking down at your feet visualize your knees 1 inch past your toes to correct for a parallax view error This will put your knees in line with your toes.

5. Round Shoulders, do not raise them. Round the chest, do not stick the chest out.

6. Tongue touches the hard pallete. Breath in with lower abdomen. Chest does not raise when you breathe in. The muscles pull the diaphragm down sucking in air through the windpipe. Do not force the breath.

7. Breathing is done in and out through the nose. Inhale into the belly (Diaphragmatic Breathing). This is called a natural breath. All fa-jing movements in this form use a reverse breath.

8. Raise Hands and Arms from side position to the bottom of the neck like you are holding a big tree away from your body, not too close, arms slightly bent. Fingers are lightly apart. Not closed, not stretched, naturally apart and layered one on top of the other, not even. This is called the Dim-Mak Claw or Beautiful Hand. One line of skin between the thumb and forefinger. This activates C4 and brings Yin and Yang energy into your palms. You are creating small circles in your palms. We now have 3 circles, hands, feet and palms. Start moving hands to upper hand position, shoulder height. Hold the position for 2/3 of your total time (e.g. if your total is going to be the minimum time of 15 minutes then hold this first position for 10 minutes). Open the qua a little less than fist distance under the arms, if arms are too close to the body it impedes Qi flow.

9. When you've completed the first 2/3 of your time, very slowly lower the hands to the Tantien (that's were Qi is stored, 3 inches below the navel). Hold this second position for the final 1/3 of your time (5 minutes if your total is to be the minimum of 15 minutes).

END on an in breath, let arms flow up to the sides of your body very slowly on the whole of the in breath, palms down. Bring them across in front of your body to shoulder height then, as you exhale, move energy back down to lower Tantien. Let your hands flex standing up at the same time.

Relax hands and arms and let feet unfold. Walk around slowly, no fast movements, nothing cold to drink after finishing Qigong. The ideal time to do Qigong is at dawn and dusk in nature.

Things that are likely to happen to you while doing qigong. Everyone experiences something different. Body starts to shake more or less depending on how sick you are. After some time of practicing this exercise the shaking comes down to a little buzz. After some more time the shaking will dissipate and you will have a faint buzz and a pleasant meditation state thinking about nothing. The shaking indicates that the Qi is going down to the Bubbling Well Point and coming up to create tension in the legs. If you feel yourself rocking forward on in breaths and rocking back on out breaths, let it happen by itself. It activates K1 a little more than standing still.
The upper heavenly circulation the tongue joins the 2 meridians together GV (Yang) and CV (Yin). CV starts at the base of the tongue down to the Tantien then back to CV1 then up the GV.

To get more abundant flow of energy from CV1 up your back to the middle eye (upper Tantien point), down the sides of the nose into the roof of the mouth just inside your upper lip (GV28). By placing the tongue to the upper pallet you enable a complete circulation of Qi throughout your body. This happens normally or you will die. Qi is your life force. In putting the tongue on the pallet you create a much better flow of energy for your Qigong. It's like putting a stronger conductor there for the electricity.

On the inhalation, think of total flow. From CV1 up the middle of your back, over your head, feeling a buzzing sensation in the 3rd eye, breaking then coming into your upper lip GV28.
On the exhalation, imagine the force going down to the Tantien point. When you inhale again, suck it down to CV1 then up your back and back down to the Tantien again.

Tai Chi is a short way of saying Tai Chi Ch'uan. It means supreme ultimate fist or supreme ultimate boxing. Tai Chi is a great health art, also a great martial art. The two can never be separated. You cannot separate the Yin from the Yang. If you try to do Tai Chi just as an exercise or health dance then you lose a great deal of the health benefits. Doing Tai Chi as self-defence only, you lose some of the self-defence benefits for not adding the healing parts of Tai Chi.

There's a bunch of different postures, about 300 linking movements to form one long flowing set of movements. At a healing level it works on the 12 main and 8 extra acupuncture meridians in the body. It's a flow of life giving force (Chi). It's like electricity, it bathes our internal organs in life giving Chi, it's the stuff that feeds our cells and holds our cells together. When we die the electricity stops flowing. The cells break up and disintegrate. Every move you make in Tai Chi activates Chi (energy) in one of the different organs via the different meridians. Energy comes from the Tantien (Ming Men CV5) 3 inches below the navel, a storage place for chi (energy). You need energy to simply lift your arms or hands. The Chinese worked out a bunch of movements that activate the meridians just as they would be activated in a 24 hour period, each organ being activated at a set time of day e.g. heart activates at 11am & 1pm, small intestines at 1pm & 3pm. When you are doing Tai Chi the movements emulate the activation of the chi through the meridians in a 24-hour period. When you are doing Tai Chi you activate these meridians 3 extra times in a 24-hour period.

Tai Chi is broken up into thirds.

1. First third - Complete activation of Chi through the 12 acupuncture meridians exactly as it would happen through a normal day (1 rotation through all the meridians).

2. Second third - Activation happens again.

3. Final third - Activation happens again. You receive 3 extra rotations of active energy through the meridians.

Yang Cheng-fu Form (DVDRip)


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