Tai Chi Ruler


BP Chan quote of the Day : “lf muscles loose ,then tendon and ligament will be like spring ” The path to power in the Internal Martial Arts is to loosen the muscles and lengthen the tendons . It is important to attend to the Inner Work before doing the […]

lf muscles loose ,then tendon and ligament will be like ...


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BP Chan quote of the day : ” Object Exists within” Mr.Chan had these expressions that he would say all of the time . These expressions were quick reference sayings that would allow him to transmit a concept or principle . These expressions were also easy to remember and i […]

“Object Exists With In “


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BP Chan Quote of the Day : “Just Do , No Expectations ” This is one of my favorite quotes of Mr. Chan . It is a life principle to live by. It is also a principle that i encountered very early in my training . i was training I […]

” just do, no expectations”



    TAI CHI RULER & PROPORTION The Tai Chi Ruler has been seen as having a relation to the Proportion of the human body. The word Chih or Ruler denotes measure. This is the measure of the human body. The Tai Chi Ruler is 10 1/2″ long and 2 […]

TAI CHI RULER & PROPORTION


BP Chan quote of the day : Regarding correct form : ” Just do So body is comfortable lf body feels comfortable It is alright” BP Chan training Lien Chi Shih /Spreading Wings Posture from the Five Animal Frolics. Notice how his wings/arms are rounded (comfortable),his eyes and Spirit keep […]

” Just do So body is comfortable lf body feels ...


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      THE TAI CHI RULER SYSTEM AS PASSED DOWN FROM CHAO ZHONG TAO TA SHI . THIS IS THE COMPLETE SYSTEM WITH ALL OF THE EQUIPTMENT AND TRAINING METHODS .   TOUCH THE PHOTOS BELOW TO OPEN THEM UP FOR EASIER VIEWING .           […]

Inborn Physical Endowment of Chi Kung Tai Chi Ruler



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I’d like to make a distinction to my fellow practitioners between practice and training. Practice is something one does to deceive themselves and their seniors that they have in fact trained. The goal of practice is generally to look like whoever inspired one to practice in the first place. Training […]

The distinction between practice and training…