Infinite Tai Chi has both Yin nurturing aspects and Yang strengthening aspects to it. As you practise Infinite Tai Chi Form, try to be aware of both its Yin and Yang aspects. To focus your mind on your movement when you first practise Infinite Tai Chi, cultivate Yang focus by using a physically sounding breath. […]
To attain this high state of consciousness and powerful radiant energy flow as you perform Infinite Tai Chi (ITC) you need to learn how to stop thinking for a while whilst you move. In day to day life, you think all of the time, without realising that thinking always moves and lowers your consciousness, so […]
In this post we continue to share Jason’s insights about 7 levels of Infinite TAI CHI Mastery. Level 4 – Chi Abundance with Purity. You just need to keep practising and practising your Infinite Tai Chi moves, as well as releasing any internal energy blocks, before you will be able to cultivate Chi Abundance as […]
In this post we continue to share Jason’s insights about 7 levels of Infinite TAI CHI Mastery. Level 3 – Chi Moves. If you make just one awkward move as you perform Infinite Tai Chi, you will block Chi flow. So, whenever you practise Infinite Tai Chi (ITC), you need to focus on building up […]
Some students can generate Chi Flow, but if their mind is too scattered, they will not be able to hold the Chi in their system consistently, and so they will not be able to create ‘Chi Presence’. Your mind has to be quiet and focussed to hold the Chi in your body and thus create ‘Chi Presence’ which in turn creates a natural inner power. A chattering, wandering mind always dissipates the Chi, because energy always follows the mind. For example, if your mind is focussed on looking out of the window while you practise ITC, your Chi will follow! So once you can generate ‘Chi Flow’, you then need to concentrate on mindfully holding the Chi, until you can attain ‘Chi Presence’.
Cultivating Chi Flow will also assist you to calm your over-busy mind. However, if you just move in a mechanical or mindless way as you practise The Golden Sun for example, your mind will not calm down. So, each time you practise your Infinite Tai Chi and Infinite Chi Kung, please make sure that you breathe slowly, deeply and mindfully. You also need to consciously relax your body – particularly tense spots such as neck, shoulders and hips – or you will not generate strong Chi Flow, whatever your intention may be.
When you can hold radiant positive chi in your whole system for more than just a moment or two, you can begin to heal yourself on many different levels. According to Taoist Masters, many physical illnesses, such as ME, as well as some very negative mental/emotional states such as depression, are closely related to chi […]
Refining your Infinite Tai Chi Practice When you move, imagine that you are moving in an ocean of radiant chi. Relax, focus gently on your breath, and then make every move ‘as smooth as silk’. Connect to 30 threads of light and see, or feel, a light going through your crown centre and then down […]
Chi means energy, but energy is quite abstract compared to physical matter. Chi cannot be seen but it can definitely be felt and experienced through our physical senses. Chi flows strongly through an expert Tai Chi practitioner. But someone with a lot of energetic blockages in their system will not be able to generate much […]
At the heart of the Infinite Arts Form is eternal beauty. This beauty has nothing to do with the physical body. It is based on the infinite grace of Life Itself. The incredible beauty of Infinite Arts comes from Life Itself, just as the intoxicating scent of a flower is a gift from Life/God. We […]