“Chen Zhonghua’s Online Lesson 20201021” Online Video Purchase

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Master Chen Zhonghua’s online lesson on Oct. 21, 2020. This is a lesson on Yilu corrections. At the beginning of the hour, there was some information on the theory of Chen Style Taijiquan Practical Method. The general theory of Yin Yang separation.
Presenter: Chen Zhonghua   Length: 67 min.   In: English   Year: 2020  Difficulty:3/5  At:Edmonton Chen Zhonghua Taiji Academy

Chen Zhonghua's Online Lesson 20201021
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Doug Gauld November 2, 2020 at 10:34 am

Zoom review 20201021
- language doesn’t matter, observation is most important and we need to re-calibrate gradually towards the PM specific language
- must learn to separate everything into 2 things (yin/yang)
- do not copy the apparent smoothness of forms, rather try to be clear with each movement (use cadence count in head, 1-2-3, etc.)
- being clear in practice is like the frame rate of a slide show; like stop motion, each frame should be very distinct
- when we rotate, that movement is an inhuman engine for power production
- train the kua, lots, develop the following in both kua; 1. rotation, 2. size of movement, 3. for frame by frame clarity of movement
- our core energy needs lots of development, both intentionally and mechanically
- we must all begin to record our form for ongoing comparision and correction by GM and teachers
- in PM we must have the water boiling, close to boiling point is just preparation, either its on the boil or its not
- think of body in a cylinder, can’t move outside of it
- restrictions are what creates Peng
- ‘your teacher looks constipated’ is considered a compliment in PM performance
- to become immortal one must lose human characteristics
- find ways to contribute to rotational capacity in movement; spirals everywhere
…learning to live, a breath at a time…
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