Taijiquan on the Blue Mountain Part 3 — Life (Almost)
8th to 12th March 2009
EXPERIENCING THE SUBTLE JOYS OF THE THREE-CIRCLE STANCE
The most popular method to develop internal force in Taijiquan is to practice the Three-Circle Stance. This stance is so widely used in Taijiquan that it is sometimes called the Taiji Stance, though it is quite incorrect as it is also used in other styles of kungfu. Past masters recorded that when practiced correctly the Three-Circle Stance not only developed much internal force and mental clarity but also provided subtle joys.
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|Goat Stance||Three-Circle Stance||Three Circles|
|Two Steps||Form Correct||Rule of Three|
|Relax, Relax, Relax||Subtle Joys||Develop Force|
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