This is from one of my other blog. lol
I am going to be teaching a free QiGong class, and we will be starting at the beginning Wuji. This is so simple, yet so powerful for cultivating chi.
From nothing is where you start, this is Wu Ji. Once you begin to move the nothing becomes something and you have Tai Chi.
The Wu Ji Posture is done in many different ways, but the basic concept is the same. So below I will describe how to do the posture.
Feet should be shoulder width apart, flat on the ground, and the weight distributed over the entire foot, yet it should feel as if most of the weight is centered just below your ankle and slightly forward of the heel.
Your knees should be slightly bent or soft and springy. The knees should never lock.
Your hips relaxed and level to the ground. Your tailbone should be slightly tucked in. In order to tuck the tailbone, image that you slightly lift the navel, which in turn straightens out the lower back and brining the tailbone slightly under.
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