DQS Clip: Incoming force is like water

by admin2 on 2011/05/30

“If I move, force will come to me, if I don’t toss, force will pass”

“Force is like water, it will affect parts that move”

 

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Zhao Zhidong December 1, 2011 at 10:29 pm

Very good. I now understand a little. The oncoming force will not come to you if you don’t move. Force is attracted to movements. When you toss, you are actually attracting the oncoming force onto yourself and therefore you lose. Why on earth did I not know this before?

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Chen Zhonghua December 2, 2011 at 4:06 am

You can also say that you create two scenarios on your own body. One moves and the other does not move. The oncoming force will naturally be attracted to the moving scenario. Even the moving one, is relative to the stable one, not relative to the opponent (oncoming force). The opponent happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. You don’t have a relationship with him. This is called “making it irrelevant”. We will talk about this one later.

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