Tai Chi Theory and Martial Power - Yang Jwing Ming - Book
  • Tai Chi Theory and Martial Power - Yang Jwing Ming - Book

Tai Chi Theory and Martial Power - Yang Jwing Ming - Book

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This is the first of two volumes for students of Tai Chi Chuan who have learned the form, begun pushing hands, and who are now looking for further infor
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This is the first of two volumes for students of Tai Chi Chuan who have learned the form, begun pushing hands, and who are now looking for further information. This volume discusses general principles and theory and the application of Chi. This book focuses on the martial essence of Tai Chi Chuan and explores in depth the subject of Jing (internal martial power), general Tai Chi Theory, and the application of Chi in the Tai Chi form. Because Jing training is essential to martial Tai Chi, this work is a valuable reference that no serious practitioner should be without. It contains a comprehensive training plan for Jing (power) development and will let you understand the difference between true Jing (internal power) and Li (muscular power). Furthermore you'll learn the essential role your mind plays in Tai Chi and Jing practice. Yang, Jwing-Ming Ph.D., is a renowned author and teacher of Chinese martial arts and Qigong. Born in Taiwan, he has trained and taught Taijiquan, Qigong and Chinese martial arts for over forty-five years. He is the author of over thirty books, and was elected by Inside Kung Fu magazine as one of the people who has ''made the greatest impact on martial arts in the past 100 years.'' 1. GENERAL INTRODUCTION Introduction - General History of Tai Chi Chuan - History of Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan - What is Tai Chi Chuan? - What does Tai Chi Training Include? - The Proper Approach and the Sequence of Learning Tai Chi: The Proper Approach to Learning Tai Chi, Training Sequence - The Real Meaning of Tai Chi Chuan - Bibliography 2. CHI AND TAI CHI CHUAN Introduction - Chi: General Concepts, Chi and Health, Chi Generation, Chi and the Mind, Chi and the Martial Arts, Chi and Hand Forms - Chi and Tai Chi Chuan: Chi Generation and Transportation in Tai Chi Chuan, Chi and Breathing, Chi and Shen, Chi and the Mind in Tai Chi Chuan, The Highest Level of Chi Transportation - Posture and Tai Chi Chuan - How to Practice the Tai Chi Chuan Sequence 3. JING Introduction - General Definition of Jing: The Difference between Jing and Li, The Range of Jing - General Theory of Tai Chi Jing - Accumulating Jing in the Postures - The Key Points of Tai Chi Jing - The Different Jings and Their Applications - I. Sensing Jings - II. Manifested Jings - Summary of Jing Training 4. CONCLUSION APPENDIXES Tai Chi Poetry and Songs - Glossary - Chinese Terms and Translations
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