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


Writen by Xuezhi Hu, edited by Vietanh
Please follow the requirement stipulated in Copyright if you want to copy it

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 56 - 66
 
Figure 56
56. Lay down the left foot, two feet a shoulder’s width, keep the posture (as shown in figure 56) for 1 - 3 minutes, meditating into Lower Dantian.

Figure 57
57. When the warm feeling comes upon the Lower Dantian and MingMeng area (kidney) lift the right foot, turn the right foot inward, two fists at two waist sides (as shown in figure 57). Meditate and have attention paying inside Lower Dantian. Half a minute to 1 minute.

Figure 58
58. Slowly kick out the right foot forward, toes point upward.  Imagine the Qi arrives at the right foot.

Figure 59
59. Draw right foot backward, resume the posture shown in figure 57. Imagine Qi arrives at Lower Dantian.

Figure 60
60. When the warm feeling comes upon the Lower Dantian and Mingmeng area (kidney) lay down the right foot, two feet a shoulder’s width. Then lift left foot, shift body weight to right leg, turn the upper body a little left (as shown in figure 60). Imagine the Qi arrives at the left foot. Maintain the posture half a minute.

Figure 61
61. When the warm feeling come upon left foot, slowly kick out the left foot to the left side. In the same time, change two fists into palms and depart two palms to open up to two sides of body (as shown in figure 61). Imagine the Qi is arriving at left foot.

Figure 62
62. Succeeding the above movement, draw back the left foot aground to a shoulder’s width away from right foot. Turn the body to face the direct front. In the same time draw back two palms along an arc line to waist side ( as the routes indicate in figure 61). Imagine the Qi arrives at Lower Dantian. Keep this posture 1-3 minutes and meditate with attention focusing upon Lower Dantian.

Figure 63

63. When the arm feeling comes upon the Lower Dantian or MingMeng area (kidney) lift right knee, move the body weight upon left leg, turn the upper body a little right, imagine the Qi arrives at right foot. Then slowly kick out the right leg, tow fist change into palms and spread open to two sides to form the posture as shown in figure 63. Two palms form two standing palms, imagine Qi arrives at right foot (or precisely, the right foot heel).

Figure 64

64. Look closely at the routes line drawn in figure 63, and lay down the right foot aground, one shoulder width away from left foot. Draw two palms close up levelly till they are in front of chest, palms facing downward, fingers pointing against each other. Imagine the Qi arrives at the upper body. Maintain the posture 1-3 minutes with mind focusing inside chect.

Figure 65

65. Slowly press downward two palms along the route illustrated in figure 64 till they reach the places at the waistside. In the same time, imagine the Qi arrives at the Lower Dantian. Mind focus in Lower Dantian for 1 – 2 minutes.

Figure 66

66. When the warm feeling comes upon the Lower Dantian and MingMeng area lay down two palms completely to full length as shown in figure 66. Imagine the Qi go upward along Du channel (coccyx tail bone to top of head and goes down to nose) three times, then go downward along Ren channel (from nose to Lower Dantian) three times. Then the Qi finally settles down at Lower Dantian. Meditate and mind focuses with Lower Dantian for 2-6 minutes. Then finish the practice.

 
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