Taijiquan Treaties (太极拳论） was written by Wang
Zongyue, one of the greatest martial artists of Chinese Internal Martial
Kungfu between 1500-1600. For hundreds of years down, this book has been placed upon the
"Sacred Shrine" and studied by people from all styles of Taiji Quan in China. If one wants to understand and master Taiji Quan skills, one must study
it,apply it into practice. No one can claim himself/herself a Taiji Quan practioner unless he/she explains and demonstrates the application of principles stated in the book. It is almost unanimously being viewed as the only authentic source from which all other Taiji theories have been developed.
It all starts from this graphics
"Nothing in the world is as soft and yielding as water. Yet for dissolving the hard and inflexible,
nothing can surpass it.
The soft overcomes the hard; the gentle overcomes the rigid. Everyone knows this is true,
but few can put it into practice." - [Dao De JIng] (Tap Teh Ching) by Lao Zi
There are only thirteen postures in Tai Chi;
8 Jin: (1) Ward Off
(2) Roll Back
5 Bu (stepping) (9) Advance
(11) Guard Left
(12) Anticipate Right
(13) Center Equilibrium.
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