Hui Chun Qigong "Back to Spring"
The Hui Chun Qigong "Back to Spring" has its origin in the internal arts of the Wudang Mountains and is equally one of the five basic pillars of the Wudang Principles (WDP) educational program, Which includes physical and spiritual cultivation.
With the spring, we usually associate an opening, flourishing, joy and vitality. In addition, the return to spring also indicates a return to the origin. (With) regular practice, the exercises help strengthen the body, (to keep supple) and Permeable as well the train. The exercise combine the silent meditation with the meditation in motion, which are contract slowly, fluently and relaxed as well as concentrated.
These various exercises do not represent a rigid dogma of practice. Instead they must be strictly adhered to the a personal taste of naturalness and feelings. Also it is very important to mention , that the development of confidence on your own self should be encouraged towards your practice.
As the spring shows itself in its endless ways and nourishes all the things with its own power, the practitioner can unfold himself/herself beyond the exercises to his/her own Qigong method of practice. In which it will all emerge eventually out of him or her as a natural flow.
Pictures of the Hui Chun Qigong
|意守丹田||yì shǒu dāntián||the mind sinks into the Dan Tian|
|抱元守一||bào yuán shǒu yī||embrace eternity, keep the ONEness|
|开太极||kāi tàijí||opening of the Taiji|
|混元一气||húnyuán yīqì||the cosmic circle flows together|
|无极桩||wújí zhuāng||pillar of polelessness|
|乾坤搬运||qiánkūn bānyùn||transform heaven and earth|
|混元桩||húnyuán zhuāng||pillar of the cosmic circle|
|怀抱太极||huáibào tàijí||embrace the Taiji|
|收功||shōu gōng||the closing, body massage|