Internal kung fu by ErleMontaigue
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We learn forms, katas, two person exercises etc. to give us the balance, and timing necessary for street survival, then we use natural body positioning to defend ourselves with the animal inside, and we all have one there somewhere. Dim-Mak Nowadays, people tend to separate the art of dim-mak and Taijiquan. This because, as I have stated earlier, of the fact that most teachers now teach Taijiquan for health only and not many, if any, even know that Taijiquan is in fact dim-mak or death point striking.
Not only those changes that happen physically when you simply know that your front leg has the weight on it and the rear leg does not, but a much deeper understanding of the feeling of yin and yang. As you move, you will feel each side of your body changing from yin to yang then back again, you will feel your two palms changing from yin to yang and back again, one being yin while the other is yang and visa-versa. Even the different parts of your brain will feel changes from yin to yang. It feels like a sort of wave moving all over your body as you move, from up to down and front to back, from side to side and down to up.
The feet simply change where the weight is placed so that there is a circle made by the changing weight. The very instant that you begin the palm movement, the waist begins to turn slightly to the right thus causing the palms to move in that direction (although they haven’t really moved by themselves to the right, all they do is to raise up, it is the body that causes all movement). At the same time, the weight also moves over to the right foot and begins to move slightly forward. (Photo No. 24).