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wayne hansen wrote:When I spoke to czw about this video in 88 he said that is an old video
robert wrote:I put an interview with CXW that I ran across on my website that talks about dantian a bit.
We must harmonize posture and movement. Once this is achieved the dantian can be located and from there start moving....
we look for the one principle that all these forms, weapons and applications follow.... There is only one principle: When the dantian moves, the whole body follows...all principles are summarized in one: if the dantian moves, the whole body follows.
There are two forms of Chansi...Shunchan...Nichan....
There are three types of movement in the Chansigong. The first is Nichan-Sunchan [moving the dan tian left and right], the second is [moving the dan tian] forward and backward, and the third is a combination of the two. In the latter movement we use diagonal axes and the dantian and by extension the whole body.
What he doesn't explicitly state or teach is that these three types of movement can be embodied in two basic "circles". With two hands, there are eight basic combinations and permutations of doing the circles.
ravi_mohan wrote:perhaps phase difference)? that would bring the permutations to 8.
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