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Infinite are the points of a circumference and infinite are the ways that from them lead to the center. Taiji, martial art and practice of inner transformation is, among the genuine paths, a Supreme Way, as smooth and in balance, Yin and Yang. A path that advances when the opponent retreats and withdraws when the opponent pursues, to become one with it: the dissolution of duality created by the ego, the end of illusions, and the natural appearing of the Deep Mind, of the Spirit, of God.
The term Qi Gong (or Chi Kung) refers to a set of practices aimed at increasing and bringing into balance the qi, or vital breath. The practice of this discipline gives an improvement in the psycho-physical condition, which is reflected in a better health and immune system response. It includes coordinated practices of: breathing, body movements for the circulation of body fluids and the use of Mind to guide the flows of energy. The whole practice of Taiji is a balanced Qi Gong practice. In fact there are 3 components of Qi (jing, qi and shen) related to 3 different levels of development of the individual.
The search for inner self is an essential stage of the existence of any individual. Most postpone this as much as possible, until the moment of death, when practically nothing can be done. Others wander through superficial “mystical” experiences sufficient to cyclically silence their inner voice. Among these, few come into contact with the deeper self, which slowly begins to manifest itself in practice. Finally, very few point directly to the center and successfully answer the question that unites all of us:"Who am I?"