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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 and 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 34 - 44
 
Figure 34
34. Succeeding the above movement, at the level of shoulders two arms close up in front of the chest, palms facing downward, fingers of two hands pointing against each other. Imagine, in accompany with the arms movement, the Qi is gathering and arrives at the rib areas of the two sides. Meditate 1 – 2 minutes.

Figure 35
35. When the warm feeling comes upon the two rib areas, slowly uplift the upper body, move the right foot, which is located behind the left foot, one step to the right side. Form a sitting horse-stance (as shown in figue 35). In the same time, press down the two palms all the way to the two waist sides. Imagine the Qi is arriving at two legs. Meditate for 1-3 minutes.

Figure 36
36. Slowly move the left foot half a step close to right foot, to let the width between two feet equal to the shoulder width, slowy stand upright, then slowly turn two palms to face upward and lift them up in front of belly. Then slowly lift two palms upward to the place before the chest. Imagine the Qi is ascending upward inside the body.

Figure 37
37. Then slowly stretch upward the two arms to their full length, fingers point upward,  palm face each other, gaze at two hands and imagine Qi arrives at two palms. Meditate and pay attention upon two palms for 1 – 3 minutes.

Figure 38
38. When the warm feeling comes upon the two palms, imagine Qi move to arrive at two legs. Then separate two palms from the top of head, right palm reaches the right upward place; left palm, as the left foot one big step to the left side and the upper body squats, reaches to the left downward, close to left feet (as shown in figure 38) Gaze at left palm, imagine the Qi is arriving at left leg. Meditate for 1-3 minutes.

Figure 39
39. When the warm feeling comes upon the left leg slowly shift the body weight to the left leg. In the same time, turn the upper body to the left, upper body upright, forming a left arch stance, slowly draw back two arms and change palms into fists and place them to the waist sides. During the process imagine the Qi ascending.

Figure 40
40. Turn the body right, draw back the left foot close to right foot, leaving a shoulder’s width between them. Then change two fists into palm and hold them upward in front of the body, till they are fully stretched over the head, palms facing upward, fingers pointing against each other. Gaze at two palms and imagine Qi is arriving at two palms also. Keep the posture 1-3 minutes.

Figure 41

41. When the warm feeling comes upon the two palms separate two palms from the top of head, left palm reaches the left upward place; right palm, as the right foot one big step to the right side and the upper body squats, reaches to the right downward, close to right feet (as shown in figure 31). Gaze at right palm, imagine the Qi is arriving at right leg. Keep the posture for 1-3 minutes.

Figure 42

42. When the warm feeling comes upon the right leg slowly move the body weight to the right leg. In the same time, turn the upper body to the right, upper body upright, forming a right-side arch stance, slowly draw back two arms and change palms into fists and place them to the waist sides. During the process imagine the Qi ascending.

Figure 43

43. Turn the body right, draw back the left foot close to right foot, leaving a shoulder’s width between them. Then change two fists into palms and hold them upward in front of the body, till they are fully stretched over the head, palms facing upward, fingers pointing against each other. Gaze at two palms and imagine Qi is arriving at the two palms also. Keep the posture 1-3 minutes.

Figure 44

44. Move left foot one step forward to form the arch stance (left leg in front), in the same time have two palms come down to draw arc lines along the two sides (as the routes shown in figure 43), to reach the places at the waist sides. Change palms into fisits. Imagine Qi descend and arrive at two legs.

 
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