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Wudang Qigong & Kungfu Series:
Zhi-Wu Inner Kungfu Cultivation
—66 Movements


Writen by Xuezhi Hu, Wang Lee, edited by Vietanh
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Breif introduction:
Zhi-Wu Inner Kungfu Cultivation is a special movement series that specializes in the cultivation and deployment of inner energy (internal-style). Therefore, it can be practiced to well establish the inner energy system while in the same time lay a sound foundation for any movement-intensive Kungfu practice. Simple and effective, such practice can suit many Qigong fans’ practical request for the relaxed and simplified form sets. Furthermore, for Kungfu practitioners, it can well help to strengthen the endurance, enhace immune system, foster the explosive force, increase the flexibility and accomplish the effect of being absent-minded but transformed.

For people who can skillfully master the points of the movements they are advised to quicken the speed of performance and to finish the whole form set within 15 - 30 minutes is ideal enough. For beginners, please perform each movement slowly and progressively.


Movement 1 - 11
Movement 12 -22
Movement 23 - 33
Movement 34 - 44
Movement 45 - 55
Movement 56 - 66



Movement 12 - 22
 
Figure 12
12. Keep the above position for sometime till you feel the wamth of two palms and two feet. Then turn the two palms to make them face downward--- two arms and shoulder are forming a straight line. Then shift the body weight to the right leg, withdraw the left foot a half step aback, slowly stand up, imagine the Qi begins to be arriving into lower Dantian from four extremities slowly, arms and shoulder remain static.

Figure 13
13. Maintain the fully-stretched state of two arms and move them from two sides to close up in front (as shown in figure 13). Keep the posture for 1 -2 minutes, meditate and pay attention slightly into lower Dantian.

Figure 14
14. Right foot a half step to the right, to form a half horse stance (figure 13). Then slowly move the fully-stretched arms to two sides again, forming a straight line again with shoulder. Imagine the Qi is arriving to fill both the two palms and two feet. Keep the posture for 1 -2 minutes.

Figure 15
15. Keep the above position till you feel the wamth of two palms and two feet. Then shift the body weight to the right leg, withdraw the left foot a half step aback (look at the routes drawn in figure 14), slowly stand up, move the fully-stretched arms from two sides to close up in front (as shown in figure 15), imagine the Qi begins to collect into lower Dantian from four extremeties., arms and shoulder remain static, look fowrad, meditate 1 minute.

Figure 16
16. Move the body weight to the right, bring the left leg to the right side of right leg, to cross two legs (as shown in figure 15). Place body weight evenly between two legs. Slowly continue to close up two arms in front of the body, two arms and shoulder at the same level, two palms face downward, fingers of two palms pointing against each other. Meditate for sometime, pay attention in lower Dantian.

Figure 17
17. Slowly squat down to sit in the posture as shown in figure 17. Two arms and shoulder at the same level, two palms face downward, fingers of two palms pointing against each other. Pay attention within lower Dantian.

Figure 18
18. Lowly press down the two palms, and in the same time progressively increase the distance between two palms till two palms rest upon two knees (as shown in figure 18). Pull in the chest and straighten the back. Imagine the Qi is first arriving at Lower Dantian then two legs. Meditate for 1 -3 minutes.

Figure 19

19. Change right hand into fist and place it beside the right waistside, turn left palm to face upward and raise it upward to the right high above the shoulder (as shown in figure 19). During such movement look at the back of the left hand and imagine the Qi begins to take lodge upon left palm as it moves upward from two legs.

Figure 20

20. Succeeding the former posture, slowly push upward the left arm till it is fully stretched upward, palm facing upward, fingers of left hand pointing to the right, gaze at the the back of left hand and imagine Qi arrives at left hand. Keep this posture for 1 - 2 minutes.

Figure 21

21. When you begin to feel the warmth of the left fist, turn the left palm to make the fingers pointing backward, then clench the left palm and slowly withdraw the left fist downward, heart of fist facing downward. As the fist goes down, imagine the Qi is descending in accompany, towards lower Dantian.

Figure 22

22. Succeeding the former movement, continue to withdraw the left fist along the route shown in the figure 21, to the waistside. Keep the sitting posture., and imagine the Qi continues to descend down towards lower Dantian. Meditate 1-3 minutes.

 
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