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Yin/Yang Balance and Mental Focus in Tai Chi Roger Ashton

Yin/Yang Balance and Mental Focus in Tai Chi

Roger Ashton

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Yin and yang combine to influence the breath, energy, blood, mind, and spirit in a positive way. A serious practitioner must develop a functioning will in order to unify yin and yang and reap the enhanced physical and mental health benefits of TaiMoreYin and yang combine to influence the breath, energy, blood, mind, and spirit in a positive way. A serious practitioner must develop a functioning will in order to unify yin and yang and reap the enhanced physical and mental health benefits of Tai Chi practice. Unification occurs through self-transformation and mental focus.When the Heart emerges to take its role in intent, the second mind is a mere lens, focussing Heart through into the more forward parts of consciousness- parts involved in command and control.The author has studied Tai Chi for 40 years, including instruction in China, and discovered how to cultivate chi by balancing the movements of the form using the mind, thereby strengthening the body as well as mental functioning.