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Wudang Qigong & Kungfu 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 45 - 55
 
Figure 45
45. When the warm feeling comes upon the two legs shift the body weight slowly to the backward right leg, squat a little upon the right leg. In the same time, touching ground, withdraw the left foot a little to form left empty stance, left palm form a standing palm and push forward, right fist immovable. Imagine Qi arrives at left standing palm. Keep this position for 1-3 minutes.

Figure 46
46. Draw back left foot, stand up, two feet parallel at the shoulder’s width. Change right fist into standing palm and push forward to be parallel with left standing palm. Then draw back two palms close to chest, fingers pointing against each other, palms facing downward. Imagine the Qi is arriving inside the chest area. Keep this posture for 1-3 minutes.

Figure 47
47. Upper body remains motionless, slowly press down the two palms to reach the places beside buttock. Imagine Qi arrives at the two legs. Keep the posture 1-3 minutes.

Figure 48
48. Turn two palms to face upward, then lift them upward to the place before the chest. Then slowly turn two palms outside and uphold them directly upward to the top of head, two arms fully stretched out, palms facing upward, fingers pointing against each other. Imagine the Qi is ascending and arriving at two palms, gaze at two palms and keep this posture 1-3 minutes.

Figure 49
49. When the warm feeling comes upon the two palms move right foot one step forward to the front to form a right arch stance. Move two palms to draw arc lines along two sides and change palms into fists till they reach the places of waist side. Imagine the Qi descends and arrive at two legs. Keep this posture 1-3 minutes.

Figure 50
50. When the warm feeling comes upon the two legs move the body weight slowly to the backward left leg, squat a little upon the left leg. In the same time, touching ground, withdraw the right foot a little to form right empty stance, right palm forms a standing palm and pushes forward, left fist immovable. Imagine Qi arrives at right standing palm. Keep this position for 1 - 3 minutes.

Figure 51
51. Draw back right foot, stand up, two feet parallel at the shoulder’s width. Change left fist into standing palm and push forward to be parallel with right standing palm. Then draw back two palms close to chest, fingers pointing against each other, palms facing downward, eyes looking forward. Imagine the Qi is arriving inside the chest. Keep theis posture for 1 -3 minutes.

Figure 52

52. Upper body remains motionless, slowly press down the two palms to reach the places beside buttock. Imagine Qi arrives at the two legs. Keep the posture 1-3 minutes.

Figure 53

53. Slowly lift left foot, turn inward the left foot as shown in figure 53. Two palms change into fists and place them beside waist side. Imagine the Qi arrives at Lower Dantian. Keep this posture half a minute.

Figure 54

54. Slowly kick out the left foot forward, toes point upward.  Imagine the Qi arrives at the left foot.

Figure 55

55. When the warm feeling comes upon the left foot, draw it backward, resume the posture shown in figure 53. Imagine Qi arrives at Lower Dantian.

 
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