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Wudang secret Simplified Tai chi

Demo: the 14th generation leader of Wudang sect / you Xuande

 

The first formula: electrodeless pile (Figure 1)

 

Hands drooping, standing naturally, keeping the spirit independently, being upright and comfortable, falsely leading the top strength, facing the South and backing the north.

 

Action tips: in Wudang Tai chi internal skill cultivation, great importance is attached to the meridian direction of the north and south poles to achieve the unity of heaven and man.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: waking up the mind, calming the brain, inducing Qi and returning to the yuan.

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The second type: holding yuan and guarding Yi (Figure 2)

 

The left foot moves to the left, the two feet are the same width as the shoulder, parallel, the foot heart is empty, the male is left and the female is right, the two hands are folded, the thumb is relatively round, the head is upright, the whole body is relaxed, and the Qi sinks into the Dantian.

 

Action Essentials: upright body, loose body, smooth Qi, calm mind, empty body and support on eight sides.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: pitching and concentrating, and beating the elixir field

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The third form: Tai Chi (Figure 3, 4, 5)

 

The hands are separated from both sides of the body, such as the bronze bell type. After feeling the Qi, slowly extend until the arms flatten and form a big character with the body. Turn the palm downward and outward to the palm upward, and slowly close it on the top of the head. The middle finger runs through the front of the meridian and sinks to the Dantian. Both hands abduct with the wrist as the axis, and the ten fingers move forward.

 

Action tips: draw a circle from top to bottom with two hands separately. You must synthesize one Qi and cooperate with breathing.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: stretch the tendons and bones, and pass the Qi through the Yellow court.

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The fourth move: Golden turtle splashing in the water (Figure 6)

 

Then move up, loosen your waist, bend your legs and sink into a horse step. The palms of both hands are downward and forward, and the legs are upright. Then sink your shoulders and elbows like a golden turtle swimming in the water. Close your hands to the Dantian and hug them in front of the chest.

 

Action Essentials: Tai Chi has 81 strength. This action is a turning strength. You must coordinate your whole body and keep your body healthy and comfortable.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: let the governor pass the customs, promote the clear and reduce the turbid.

 

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The fifth move: holding the moon in your arms (Figure 7 and 8)

 

The two feet form a horse step, turn the waist to the right, close the palm of the left hand down to the left rib, turn right with the body, close to the chest, and close the palm of the right hand up to the Dantian, with the palm of the two hands facing up and down.

 

Action tips: use your belt to turn your hand round to the center, and remember to bow down.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: separation of ridges, cultivation of heart and elimination of fire.

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The sixth move: see the sun through the clouds (Figure 9 and 10)

 

Then turn your waist to the right, with the palms of both hands upward, the right hand in front, no higher than the eyebrow, the left hand in the back, no lower than the chest, the left foot buckled in, the right foot swung out, the hands separated, rotated out, the palms forward, and the left foot followed.

 

Action Essentials: the action changes must be natural, flexible and complete.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: turning the waist and strengthening the kidney to prolong life.

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The seventh type: running tide by land and sea (FIG. 11 and 12)

 

Pull back the left foot, pull the two hands down to the crotch root, hold the shed with both hands together, with the right hand on the top and the left hand on the bottom. If holding a baby, push the left foot and lunge the right foot.

 

Action tips: do not lower your head when stroking down, and use your whole body strength when lunging.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: Invigorating the body and strengthening the foundation.

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The eighth move: holding the moon in your arms (Figure 13)

 

The right foot is buckled in, the left foot is swung out into a horse step, the palm of the right hand is closed down in front of the chest, the palm of the left hand is up and closed in the Dantian, and the palms of the two palms are opposite up and down.

 

Action tips: use a belt to hold your hands up and down.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: separation of ridges, cultivation of heart and elimination of fire.

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The ninth style: see the sun through the clouds (figures 14 and 15)

 

The left foot is swung outward, the right foot is buckled inward, the front three and the back seven, the center of gravity is on the right leg, the palm of the left palm is upward, no higher than the eyebrow, the palm of the right hand is upward, closed in the left arm bend, no lower than the chest, the hands are wrapped with silk, rotated outward, pushed out with strength, the palm is forward, and ten points upward.

 

Action Essentials: the action changes must be natural and flexible.

 

Secret of Taoist health preservation: turning the waist, strengthening the kidney and prolonging life

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The tenth type: running tide by land and sea (figures 16 and 17)

 

Step back on your right foot, pull your hands down, close them at the crotch root, hold your hands together and come out of the shed, with your left hand up and your right hand down. If you hold a baby, push your right leg, and your left leg into a lunge.

 

Action tips: do not lower your head when stroking down, and use your whole body strength when lunging.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: Invigorating the body and strengthening the foundation.

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Formula 11: seahorse spits fog (Figure 18)

 

Rotate the palms together, hold the left palm up, push the right palm forward, put the right heel step behind the left foot, and empty the ground.

 

Action tips: push forward on both palms to synthesize.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: Yin and Yang help each other, strengthen the spleen and appetizer.

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The twelfth move: Black Tiger patrolling the mountain (left and right) (Figure 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29)

 

Step back with your right foot and stroke your hands. At the same time, buckle your left foot inward, swing your right foot outward, pull your right hand back, hold the Dantian with the palm of your left hand upward and continue to turn right. Step forward with your left foot through your right foot, turn the palm of your right hand upward, hold up your left palm from bottom to top, buckle your left foot inward, pull your palms forward through your left ear, close your right foot in front of your left foot, drop your palms to Dantian, step forward with your right foot, and press your palms out through the arc in front of your chest. The right foot is buckled in, the left foot is swung out, the center of gravity is changed, both hands are stroked, the left hand is pushed out, the right palm is held down and the Dantian continues to turn left, the right foot moves forward through the left foot, the left palm is turned upside down, the right palm is lifted up from bottom to top, the right foot is buckled in, the two palms are pulled forward through the right ear, the left foot is closed in front of the right foot, the two palms fall to Dantian, the left foot steps forward and bows out, and the two palms are pressed out through the arc in front of the chest.

 

Action Essentials: pay attention to the change of the actual and the actual situation of the footwork, and keep the eyes, hands and toes opposite each other.

 

Secret of Taoist health preservation: River cart transportation, exhaling and benefiting the lung.

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The tenth type: running tide by land and sea (figures 16 and 17)

 

Step back on your right foot, pull your hands down, close them at the crotch root, hold your hands together and come out of the shed, with your left hand up and your right hand down. If you hold a baby, push your right leg, and your left leg into a lunge.

 

Action tips: do not lower your head when stroking down, and use your whole body strength when lunging.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: Invigorating the body and strengthening the foundation.

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Formula 11: seahorse spits fog (Figure 18)

 

Rotate the palms together, hold the left palm up, push the right palm forward, put the right heel step behind the left foot, and empty the ground.

 

Action tips: push forward on both palms to synthesize.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: Yin and Yang help each other, strengthen the spleen and appetizer.

 

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The twelfth move: Black Tiger patrolling the mountain (left and right) (Figure 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29)

 

Step back with your right foot and stroke your hands. At the same time, buckle your left foot inward, swing your right foot outward, pull your right hand back, hold the Dantian with the palm of your left hand upward and continue to turn right. Step forward with your left foot through your right foot, turn the palm of your right hand upward, hold up your left palm from bottom to top, buckle your left foot inward, pull your palms forward through your left ear, close your right foot in front of your left foot, drop your palms to Dantian, step forward with your right foot, and press your palms out through the arc in front of your chest. The right foot is buckled in, the left foot is swung out, the center of gravity is changed, both hands are stroked, the left hand is pushed out, the right palm is held down and the Dantian continues to turn left, the right foot moves forward through the left foot, the left palm is turned upside down, the right palm is lifted up from bottom to top, the right foot is buckled in, the two palms are pulled forward through the right ear, the left foot is closed in front of the right foot, the two palms fall to Dantian, the left foot steps forward and bows out, and the two palms are pressed out through the arc in front of the chest.

 

Action Essentials: pay attention to the change of the actual and the actual situation of the footwork, and keep the eyes, hands and toes opposite each other.

 

Secret of Taoist health preservation: River cart transportation, exhaling and benefiting the lung.

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The thirteenth type: cross hand (Figure 30)

 

The right foot follows behind the left foot (the left foot is solid and the right foot is empty), the left hand is in front, and the right hand is behind to form a cross hand, crossing in front of the chest.

 

Action tips: ten points upward, including chest and back pulling.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: hide the wind and shut down the Qi, strengthen the bones and accumulate strength.

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The fourteenth move: the lion turns back (figures 31, 32, 33)

 

The right foot tilts to the right and steps forward to form a horse step. The palms of both palms are naturally separated from the crotch downward, and slowly raised on both sides of the body. The palms of the two arms form a mountain shape, and the left foot takes the upper half step forward.

 

Action tips: open and close your palms with a belt.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: dredging tendons, activating collaterals and benefiting the intestines and stomach.

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The fifteenth movement: catch the tail of a bird (figures 34 and 35)

 

Lift the right foot back, take both hands down, rotate the right palm inward, keep the palm down in front of the chest, keep the left palm up in front of the crotch, and move the left foot in front of the right foot to form a virtual step.

 

Action tips: wrap both hands with silk, and keep your strength together.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: Qi flows under the sea and springs shift.

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The sixteenth style: sliding the window and closing the moon (Figure 36)

 

Take a bow step with your left foot to the left, put your left palm around the shed, and place your right palm inside your left arm.

 

Action tips: walk with your left foot like a cat, step to the left, and your body is like a wave. Lean out to the left.

 

Secret of Taoist health preservation: latent transformation of internal power and warming of triple energizer.

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The seventeenth move: Hidden flowers at the bottom of leaves (Figure 37)

 

The left hand is wrapped with silk and put on the shelf, and the right palm is pushed out together.

 

Action tips: form a series of strength with both hands.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: the gate of life is fire, and hands and feet are like bows.

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The 18th move: Danfeng Chaoyang (Figure 38)

 

Take a right lunge with your right foot to the right, lift the collar from the Dantian with your right hand, and sink your left hand to the left crotch root.

 

Action tips: the right elbow droops to set up the elbow, and the eyes are level.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: erect the neck and balance yin and Yang.

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The 19th movement: looking back at the moon (figures 39 and 40)

 

Follow the left foot, hold the palm of the right palm downward in a circle, hold the palm of the left palm upward under the right elbow, and take the left foot to the left. In the Chengchuan horse step, the left palm is squeezed out to the left, higher than the shoulder, and the palm of the right palm is placed downward at the root of the right crotch.

 

Action tips: the Chuan horse step is a unique step of Wudang Tai Chi. It is not a swing or buckle. Its palms are wrapped with silk and bow.

 

Secret of Taoist health preservation: wring the waist and sitting on the crotch to prevent aging.

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The twentieth style: searching for the moon at the bottom of the sea (Figure 41)

 

With your feet still, shift your weight to the right and turn it into a crotch step. Rotate your left palm downward, turn your right palm inward, and close it in front of your right shoulder.

 

Action tips: pay attention to the changes of yin and Yang when winding the silk with both palms clockwise and inversely. The left palm is upward, the right palm is downward, and the waist and horse are one.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: wrapping silk and closing, strengthening the waist and benefiting the legs.

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The 21st style: tie clothes (Figure 42)

 

Move the center of gravity forward into a left bow step, extrude the left palm from the front to the left, align the palm tip of the elbow with the eyebrow, and drop the right palm to the right hip root.

 

Action Essentials: this action is a three section silk wrapping method, that is, waist crotch strength, chest back strength and elbow strength.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: open and close the elixir field and move the Qi through the mud pill.

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The 22nd move: seabed magic needle (Figure 43)

 

Turn the right palm back to the right, lift the left hand to the waist, continue winding until the right hand is in the front and lower part, and the left hand is closed to the upper side of the right elbow. Step forward with the right foot outward, rotate the palm of the left palm forward, and rotate the right palm inward in front of the left shoulder.

 

Action tips: twist both hands to get out of the drill, like looking for a needle in the sea, with the head on top.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: wrapping needles in cotton and connecting the mind with fur.

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The 23rd movement: Immortal crossing the stream (left and right movements) (figures 44, 45, 46, 47, 48)

 

Take a half step with your right foot, lift your left leg, hold your palms forward, keep your left palm upward, keep your right palm downward, and then push your left foot out. Take a half step with your left foot, lift your right foot, hold your palms forward, put your right palm up, put your left palm down, and then push your right foot out.

 

Action Essentials: both hands holding and leg techniques must be coordinated.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: improving Qi and carrying capacity, nourishing liver and opening eyes.

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The 24th move: turn around to subdue the tiger (Figure 49)

 

The right foot falls to the ground and turns to the left. The left foot swings outward and twists. The right palm sits on the head from the right, and the left palm drills out of the right arm.

 

Action Essentials: turn around lightly and steadily, with the left hand in front of the left knee and the right palm in front of the abdomen, forming a contradiction between the left and right hands.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: exhale the old and accept the new, and the lung fire is depressed.

 

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The 25th move: the jade girl presents the book (Figure 50)

 

The palms are pushed forward, then lifted up to the right, and the waist is twisted back to the right. The palms are rotated from left to right and transported to the right through the abdomen. The right palm is forward, higher than the eyebrow, and the left palm is forward, higher than the chest.

 

Action tips: as strong as a thread, twist and wrap together.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: Dragon Tiger interaction, ear intelligence and brain health.

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The twenty sixth move: picking peaches at the bottom of the leaves (Figure 51)

 

Turn your waist to the left, pull your palms out to the left and forward, and join forces with your left upper and right lower palms. At the same time, your right foot will become a virtual step.

 

Action tips: the waist is the axis of body method operation, and the two palms are wrapped with silk, loose, smooth and flexible.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: Nine turns to return pills, Nourish Qi and make up for leaks.

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The twenty seventh type: General hanging seal (Figure 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57)

 

Lift the right leg into an independent step. At the same time, the right hand clenches its fist and rushes upward. The center of the fist is inward. The center of the palm of the left hand is down in front of the crotch. Drop the right foot into a horse step. The right fist is against the center of the left palm.

 

Action Essentials: press upward and downward to form the momentum of unity of opposites, and then step down to close the fist as a whole.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: reflecting light, dredging the kidney and diuresis.

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The 28th move: Lingguan frame single whip (Figure 58)

 

The left foot steps forward to the left and touches the ground with the heel. The palms are pulled out to the left and forward to change the dual strength. The right foot falls down to follow up. The hands continue to wrap from bottom to right and up. The right hand changes to the meridian hook hand. The left foot steps forward to the left and pushes forward through the front.

 

Action Essentials: as a method of using Yin and Yang linked dark feet, this move has the mysterious skills of shelter, pitching, squeezing, leaning and holding. It should be light and nimble.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: five Qi, eliminating phlegm and generating body fluid.

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The 29th move: Seven Star duel (Figure 59)

 

Buckle the left foot, swing the right foot outward, shift the center of gravity to the right to form a right lunge, draw an arc from the left palm upward through the face to the right, fall on the right wrist, hook the hand with the right meridian, level with the shoulder, and look forward.

 

Action tips: use your hands to form a round force from up to down, left to right, and store it for the seven stars to arch the moon.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: returning the green dragon and returning the jade liquid to the pill.

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The Thirtieth Movement: two immortals preaching (Figure 60, 61)

 

The center of gravity of the right leg falls into a lunge step, and the hands fall in front of the crotch like a dragon playing with water. Then the left leg bows out into a left lunge step, and the palms pass through from bottom to top. The left hand is shoulder high in front, and the right hand is chest level in the back.

 

Action tips: from lunge to lunge, it should be smooth and consistent, and both hands should stand on elbows and loosen shoulders., The two palms are like swimming dragons in the water. The tips of the forepaws are opposite to the tips of the nose and toes. Form the internal and external triad.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: coordination of waist and horse, peace of heart and kidney.

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The 31st move: snakes and birds compete for the male (figures 62 and 63)

 

The left foot is buckled in, the right foot is swung out, and the palms are transported to the chest in parallel. The right palm is downward, and the left palm is upward. The palms are raised above the head with the abdomen turning right, and the left and right ears are rounded and squeezed downward to turn left.

 

Action tips: use the belt hand to twist, turn, drill and turn, and transfer the power of Tai chi embracing from the waist and crotch to the palms.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: move heaven and earth with hands, soothe the liver and regulate qi.

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The thirty second move: Five Dragons holding the Saint (figures 64, 65, 66)

 

Lift the right leg into an independent step, hold the fist with the right hand and rush upward, with the fist center to the left, and the palm of the left hand to protect the crotch. The right foot falls into a horse step, the left hand wraps around the palm upward, and the right standing fist falls on the left palm.

 

Action Essentials: the whole body method and technique are like a snake coming out of a hole. It can rise and fall freely. It can be lifted and put through barriers like walking on thin ice.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: lifting and falling, eliminating fatigue.

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The 33rd move: Dragon step cloud hand (figures 67, 68, 69)

 

Step backward from the right foot to the left foot, turn the left hand from the front of the right meridian to the left cloud, and hold the right hand in front of the abdomen with the potential. At the same time, move the left foot to the left to form a horse step, turn the left hand down to the left, and the right hand from the lower left to the front to the right cloud hand shed.

 

Action tips: move the hands, eyes and body method steps at the same time, integrate the upper and lower parts, and avoid the shape of edges and corners.

 

Secret of Taoist health preservation: skillful cloud turning, flexible shoulder and waist.

 

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The 34th move: Lion rolling ball (Figure 70, 71, 72)

 

The right hand moves downward from the front of the left meridian to the right, the left hand makes a face palm to the right, the waist turns right, the right hand turns forward from the back of the right, the left hand is wrapped with silk, the palm is up and closed in front of the abdomen, and the palm of the right hand is higher than the top of the head.

 

Action tips: wrap the silk inside and outside the hands in a large range, sink the shoulders and drop the elbows when you are strong, and swallow the mountains and rivers.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: the eight channels nourish essence.

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The thirty fifth move: Golden snake wrapped in willow (figures 73, 74, 75, 76)

 

Buckle the right foot inward, turn left, and step forward with the left foot to the left. Wrap both palms from right to left, and hold the fist with the left hand. At the same time, put the heel of the right foot behind the left foot, press the right hand on the left wrist, step right with the right foot, and follow up with the left foot behind the right foot. Wrap both hands from the left abdomen to the right, hold the fist with the right hand, and press the left hand on the right wrist.

 

Action tips: this action highlights the surging of the elixir field, with silk wrapped around the left and right. It is like the momentum of the Yangtze River and the sea. It is endless, and it is also like a combination of clouds and flowing water.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: refining Qi, clearing Qi and harmonizing Tao.

 

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The 36th move: combined Tai Chi (retracted) (figures 77 and 78)

 

The left foot retreats, the right foot is retracted, the hands naturally draw a circle from both sides of the body, press under the head to the Dantian, and return to the Ziwu formula. Hold your hands together to calm your nerves and return to the infinite.

 

Action Essentials: Taoist Kung Fu takes Nourishing Qi, moving Qi, refining Qi and concentrating on Qi distribution as the key to highlight the method of double cultivation of life. Therefore, do not drink cold water or take a cold bath for several minutes.

 

The secret of Taoist health preservation: indomitable, crane and tortoise breathing.

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