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Tai Ji

Relaxed: The whole body and mind should be relaxed from up to down, from left to right, from internal to external. Then relaxation can bring qi circulating easily. 


Soft: Softness is stronger than hardness (water flowing long time can penetrate a hard stone), softness can helps qi to flow easily.


Continuous: The movements are continuous without any break, so that qi circulation can be continuous to distribute on the whole body from one meridian to the other.


Slow: Movement in Tai Ji Quan is usually slow. This slowness helps to easily concentrate mind and movements, allow qi to circulate all over the body.


Coordinated: The movements of styles correspond with different meridians and internal Zang-Fu organs, so the whole body can become one unified entity.

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