Wu Wei Cup 2018 Tai Chi Competition Hamburg Germany

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Wu Wei Cup 2018 Tai Chi Competition Hamburg Germany

Postby Fuyuan on Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:21 am

A little while ago me Douwe Geluk from Apeldoorn in the Netherlands went to the Wu Wei Cup 2018 organised by Jam Leminsky a big Tai Ji Quan tournament in Hamburg, Germany.

See here a small video of our Tai Chi Apeldoorn Tai Chi team:

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Re: Wu Wei Cup 2018 Tai Chi Competition Hamburg Germany

Postby chenyaolong on Sun Oct 14, 2018 6:47 pm

I really dont understand the need to do demos in fancy dress. Standard silks are fine... but Taoist robes just look silly.
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Re: Wu Wei Cup 2018 Tai Chi Competition Hamburg Germany

Postby taiwandeutscher on Sun Oct 14, 2018 8:26 pm

chenyaolong wrote:I really dont understand the need to do demos in fancy dress. Standard silks are fine... but Taoist robes just look silly.


Exactly!
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Re: Wu Wei Cup 2018 Tai Chi Competition Hamburg Germany

Postby wiesiek on Mon Oct 15, 2018 5:01 am

+!
right now ,even " original hear-dressed taoist sage in advanced internal style robes, doin` wudang performance " brings impression of wuxia move...
I don`t falling in love for >standard< silk pajamas , either
kinda of GM reserved :D

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Re: Wu Wei Cup 2018 Tai Chi Competition Hamburg Germany

Postby wiesiek on Mon Oct 15, 2018 5:12 am

however,
westerners like to wear easterner outfit,
it gives them misty very traditional feeling.
Something what reminds me back to school days, when wearing gi and belt ranking was as important as martial ability -cheer-
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Re: Wu Wei Cup 2018 Tai Chi Competition Hamburg Germany

Postby windwalker on Mon Oct 15, 2018 5:35 am

wiesiek wrote:however,
westerners like to wear easterner outfit,
it gives them misty very traditional feeling.
Something what reminds me back to school days, when wearing gi and belt ranking was as important as martial ability -cheer-


ya think he has a misty traditional feeling


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Re: Wu Wei Cup 2018 Tai Chi Competition Hamburg Germany

Postby oragami_itto on Mon Oct 15, 2018 5:36 am

Silks just feel good imho. Can get some nice feedback with them. Sweats work fine tho
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Re: Wu Wei Cup 2018 Tai Chi Competition Hamburg Germany

Postby Trick on Tue Oct 16, 2018 1:10 am

chenyaolong wrote:I really dont understand the need to do demos in fancy dress. Standard silks are fine... but Taoist robes just look silly.
from the Reiki thread
Some traditions, mainly Taoist out of Maoshan and shamanism in many forms from what I've seen, even go a step further and provide certain gifted lay practitioners with specific training designed to permanently implant deceased lineage masters within the system into the practitioner. The practitioner is usually not informed about this happening. Sometimes this is referred to as "preparing the vessel" in older texts. Jerry Alan Johnson's lineage is one of these. There are others.
Could be a case of ancient Daoist master(entity) possession 8-)
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