Once we relax, our Qì 氣 will flow better. Everything inside the body will let go and go back to its normal state, and this in turn will allow it to find the way to become healthy and gather more Qi.
Kung Fu considers fighting and good health, and it considers if we win or if we lose.
When we practise Chùn Yuén Quán 俊元拳, we need to follow the correct principle.
Qì 氣 is everything. All living things need Qì, humans, animals, trees and plants, even mountains and rivers need Qì, without Qì things are dead.
When we begin to practise the circle, we need to start with a very obvious circle, and this is a big circle. Why is this?
The sixth dish was Jīng Sehk Bāan Yú 蒸石斑魚 – Streamed Grouper. This is the most common steamed fish in Hong Kong.
In a traditional Chinese birthday banquet, the dishes come to the table one by one.
When we are ill the Fēi Dú 非毒 – Negate Poison will help find the problem, which might be bacteria, germs, viruses etc.
Zhǒu 肘 means elbow. Tàijíquán 太極拳 we have many ways to strike.
The next pair in the Bā Jìn 八勁 – Eight Jìn are Cǎi 採 and Liè 裂.