Internal Gong Fu

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Wujifa Zhan Zhuang Qi Gong internal strength training for Taiji, Bagua, Xing-yi, Yi-Chuan

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Feeling in My Eyes: Journal Notes #110

[...] practices Wujifa zhan zhuang. (My current reflections are added in italics.) There are no journal notes for February due to a combination of a class cancellation and my not attending due to working [...]

Too Tense for the Next Level: Journal Notes #111

[...] Journal Notes #110 Next article in this series: - Experimenting or Avoiding Feeling: Journal Notes #112 Make sure to visit Wujifa.com and the Wujifa blog. And stop by The School of Cultivation [...]

Experimenting or Avoiding Feeling: Journal Notes #112

[...] methods blocked that feeling. Further reading: Introductory article explaining this "Journal Notes" series: Zhan Zhuang Training Journal Previous article in this series: Too Tense for the [...]

Compartmentalization Compromises Connection: Journal Notes #83

[...] goal is to relax and feel fascial connection. This exercise has appeared elsewhere in these journal notes too. This is a good exercise and it can take a long time to get to the level of relax needed [...]

Setting Your Intention: Journal Notes #89

[...] Notes from my April 2011 Zhan Zhuang Training Journal. I train with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan [...]

Habits, Patterns, Blockages: Journal Notes #108

[...] Notes from my November 2012 Zhan Zhuang Training Journal. I train with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan [...]

Back To Where I Was Six Months Ago: Journal Notes #107

[...] Notes from my October 2012 Zhan Zhuang Training Journal. I train with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan [...]

Submitting to the Experience: Journal Notes #109

[...] Notes from my December 2012 and January 2013 Zhan Zhuang Training Journal. I train with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan [...]

Trying vs. Trying Too Hard: Journal Notes #117

[...] 2013 Zhan Zhuang Training Journal. I train with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan zhuang. * Questions: Regarding theraband pulling, how am I doing? (I demonstrate.) [...]

Wujifa Mini Breathing Squats: Journal Notes #116

[...] 2013 Zhan Zhuang Training Journal. I train with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan zhuang. * Question: I've been practicing the combined mini-squats with theraband [...]

Questions About Dan-Tian Rotation: Journal Notes #115

[...] 2013 Zhan Zhuang Training Journal. I train with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan zhuang. * Question: Does the saying, "rooted in the feet, directed by the waist, [...]

Too Tense for the Next Level: Journal Notes #111

[...] Zhuang Training Journal. I train with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan zhuang. (My current reflections are added in italics.) * Once again, I've [...]

Experimenting or Avoiding Feeling: Journal Notes #112

[...] method gave you the feeling and two other methods blocked that feeling. Further reading: Introductory article explaining this "Journal Notes" series: Zhan Zhuang Training Journal Previous [...]

My Training Rollercoaster: Journal Notes #113

[...] I was traveling in China for four weeks, from June 20 to July 18.) Further reading: Introductory article explaining this "Journal Notes" series: Zhan Zhuang Training Journal Previous [...]

Going Places and Coming Home: Journal Notes #114

[...] bird and variations. If any of these feel easy, you're doing them wrong. Further reading: Introductory article explaining this "Journal Notes" series: Zhan Zhuang Training Journal Previous [...]

The End of the Road: Journal Notes #118

[...] to where I want to go. I've got to shift to something else. Stay tuned! Further reading: Introductory article explaining this "Journal Notes" series: Zhan Zhuang Training Journal Previous [...]

Exercise for Kua Freedom of Movement: Journal Notes #126

[...] series: What's Sex Got To Do With It: Journal Notes #125 Make sure to visit Wujifa.com and the Wujifa blog. And stop by The School of Cultivation and Practice.  [...]

What's Sex Got To Do With It?: Journal Notes #125

[...] series: The Intention to Roll Over: Journal Notes #124 Make sure to visit Wujifa.com and the Wujifa blog. And stop by The School of Cultivation and Practice.  [...]

Remember, The Moon Is Round: Journal Notes #127

[...] : Exercise for Kua Freedom of Movement: Journal Notes #126 Make sure to visit Wujifa.com and the Wujifa blog. And stop by The School of Cultivation and Practice.  [...]

Vertical Kua Exercises: Journal Notes #128

[...] series: Remember, The Moon Is Round: Journal Notes #127 Make sure to visit Wujifa.com and the Wujifa blog. And stop by The School of Cultivation and Practice.  [...]

Internal Martial Arts as a Foreign Language

[...] Learning the internal strength component of the internal martial arts is like a native speaker of English learning a foreign language like Chinese. Insofar as [...]

Internal Martial Arts as a Foreign Language

[...] Learning the internal strength component of the internal martial arts is like a native speaker of English learning a foreign language like Chinese. Insofar as [...]

Internal Martial Arts Lineages and Psychosomatic Genealogy

[...] ,  "What you don't know can hurt you." This is also true in learning the internal martial arts. When I was a "child" learning Tai-chi Chuan in the 1980s, I had a naive faith [...]

Habits, Patterns, Blockages: Journal Notes #108

[...] arrived at an understanding that "Qi flowing" has a particular meaning in the internal martial arts which is distinct from all other definitions and uses of "Qi". In the internal [...]

Back To Where I Was Six Months Ago: Journal Notes #107

[...] with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan zhuang. (My current reflections are added in italics.) * Note for October, I'm still not fully back to practicing my [...]

Submitting to the Experience: Journal Notes #109

[...] I train with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan zhuang. (My current reflections are added in italics.) December 2012 * It occurred to me in the two weeks since Victor's [...]

What I'm Not Doing: Journal Notes #106

[...] with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan zhuang. (My current reflections are added in italics.) * I haven't done any Wujifa zhan zhuang training since April [...]

Working the Lower Back: Journal Notes #105

[...] with The School of Cultivation and Practice which practices Wujifa zhan zhuang. (My current reflections are added in italics.) * Note: I haven't done any Wujifa zhan zhuang training since [...]

Back To Where I Was Six Months Ago: Journal Notes #107

[...] are added in italics.) * Note for October, I'm still not fully back to practicing my Wujifa zhan zhuang training on a daily basis. I am doing some stance maybe 2-3 times a week for 10-20 minutes a [...]

Habits, Patterns, Blockages: Journal Notes #108

[...] are added in italics.) * Note for November, I'm still not fully back to practicing my Wujifa zhan zhuang training on a daily basis. I am doing some stance maybe 2-3 times a week for 10-20 minutes a [...]

Habits, Patterns, Blockages: Journal Notes #108

[...] are added in italics.) * Note for November, I'm still not fully back to practicing my Wujifa zhan zhuang training on a daily basis. I am doing some stance maybe 2-3 times a week for 10-20 minutes a [...]

Back To Where I Was Six Months Ago: Journal Notes #107

[...] are added in italics.) * Note for October, I'm still not fully back to practicing my Wujifa zhan zhuang training on a daily basis. I am doing some stance maybe 2-3 times a week for 10-20 minutes a [...]

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Feeling in My Eyes: Journal Notes #110

[...] practices Wujifa zhan zhuang. (My current reflections are added in italics.) There are no journal notes for February due to a combination of a class cancellation and my not attending due to working [...]

Too Tense for the Next Level: Journal Notes #111

[...] Journal Notes #110 Next article in this series: - Experimenting or Avoiding Feeling: Journal Notes #112 Make sure to visit Wujifa.com and the Wujifa blog. And stop by The School of Cultivation [...]

Experimenting or Avoiding Feeling: Journal Notes #112

[...] methods blocked that feeling. Further reading: Introductory article explaining this "Journal Notes" series: Zhan Zhuang Training Journal Previous article in this series: Too Tense for the [...]

Compartmentalization Compromises Connection: Journal Notes #83

[...] goal is to relax and feel fascial connection. This exercise has appeared elsewhere in these journal notes too. This is a good exercise and it can take a long time to get to the level of relax needed [...]

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