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What is Taijiwuxigong?
  Who is it suitable for?

Spontaneous movement
  Reactions and results

  Wuxi stance
  Wuxi daoyin
  Sound exercise

Causes of illnesses
  The double vicious circle

Prevention and healing
  Correction of body posture
  Expelling Binqi

Stages of development
  Activation of the Dantian
  Cleansing of energy channels
  Spiritual development

  Longmen Wuxigong


Meester Shen Jin shows shoulder daoyin.

Taijiwuxigong consists of a few simple exercises. First, there is the Wuxi stance, an exercise to induce spontaneous movements, which can be performed standing, sitting or lying down. Secondly, there are the Wuxi Daoyin. These are exercises designed to loosen up various parts of the body. Finally, there are sound and breathing exercises.

All exercises are designed to create internal movement and force. At the beginning of practice, the internal movement is weak and without clear direction, due to the presence of physical blockages and accumulated pathogenic factors (Binqi). Spontaneous movement supports this process. In a later stage, the internal movement becomes more tangible and can then be directed. This allows the internal force to develop. In combination with mental focus, the internal force can be directed outside the body, which enhances the force.

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18 July 2007