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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
  • It has its fundamentals in Taiji Quan exercises.
  • It was the most famous Qigong system of China during the eighties of the previous century.
  • It has more to offer than just health and happiness!


What is Taijiwuxigong

Dr. Shen Hongxun demonstrates the heaven-earth daoyin

Taijiwuxigong is a simple but profound system for self-healing the benefits of which can be experienced by everyone even after a short period of practice. By practicing Taijiwuxigong you can stay young and healthy, improve your mental, athletic and artistic abilities and even cure yourself from illness.

The goal of Taijiwuxigong is self-healing and self-regulation of body and mind by using three types of exercises:

  • spontaneous movement
  • daoyin
  • meditation (usually while lying down).


Spontaneous movement

Spontaneous movement can be induced by exercise using a special body posture that allows the practitioner to connect to a vibrational force from the earth; the earth force. This force is used to activate the energy centre in the lower abdomen (the Dantian). The activated Dantian creates spontaneous movements in the body. The results of the exercises are:

  • Stretching and strengthening of the spinal column.
  • Removal of pathogenic factors (Binqi).
  • Release of physical and mental stress.


Daoyin are simple exercises with the function of expelling pathogenic factors from specific parts of the body.


In the Taijiwuxigong system meditation is usually performed while lying down. This type of exercise helps to release mental tension. Additionally, it increases the sensitivity of the body.

Eight stages

Practice of Taijiwuxigong leads to development through eight stages. The activation of the Dantian is the first stage. An active Dantian helps to expel pathogenic factors from the body. Subsequently, the energy channels are cleared and opened one by one. As a consequence the small, the large and the left-right energy circulations can develop. In the last stage the development is on the mental and spiritual level, through which latent mental functions are activated.

Practice of Taijiwuxigong removes blockages and lets everything flow freely. The practitioner is radiant and happy.

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18 July 2007