Some Thoughts On Standing Meditation

The breath is the bridge joining mind, body and spirit."

Have you invested time and energy in your Internal practice? Are you satisfied with your understanding and skill?  Consistent standing practice will develop a calm mind and prepare your body to naturally produce effortless power.

Like most things, it's quality not quantity that counts. Practice for a long time is to recognize, cultivate and maintain ease. If you lose ease during training your progress will be slow. This is tough for many people to accept. If your body is at ease, then it can help the mind be at ease. If your mind is at ease, then it can help the body. This feedback cycle helps bring Tai Chi principles into everyday life.

Why Standing Meditation

Purpose: Cultivate internal capacity using the breath.

Outcomes - Student will learn to:

  1. Maintain ease.
  2. Safely condition the dantien and mingmen using directed breathwork.
  3. Maintain specific alignments required to cultivate qi and increase internal power.

I have a complete martial neigong series, but this course of study is offered only to those students who have demonstrated strong committment to this practice.

This lesson is a great introduction to inner door methods and can help anyone safely receive the benefits of mind-body training.