Chang San Feng Taiji Classic

"At the moment of movement,you should be light and agile.You should be connected.The qi should be aroused.Gather the spirit within.There should not be deficiencies.There should not be protrudings and hollows.There should not be disconnection."

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  • #1

    Johnny (Thursday, 01 October 2009 12:42)

    Can you explain exactly what "agile" means when used in this context?

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    Stoneman (Friday, 02 October 2009 22:55)

    The word light is also difficult to understand. Does it mean to be relaxed?

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    tsce (Friday, 02 October 2009 23:08)

    Agile in this context means to be able to move without distraction, whole body synchronisation. In the chinese language the same words put in a different context have a different meaning. Light normally is about weight, you are correct, in this context it means relax.

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    VisionOn (Saturday, 05 December 2009 23:18)

    Can you please elaborate on 'spirit'? What is the original word in Chinese that this is a translation of? Are there other terms in English that could be used to translate it? Is there any relation to the Chinese 'Shen'? Does 'spirit' relate to the quality of 'mindfulness'. Thank you.

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