Tai Chi Chuan - i 13 movimenti
Ancient Chinese martial art, Tai Chi Chuan is known for the sequence of slow and fluid movements that characterize it.
The execution of the concatenation of movements stimulates the correct alignment of the vertebral column, resolves chronic muscular contractions, stimulates internal organs and peripheral blood circulation, regulates breathing, thus restoring all natural functions.
With the correct practice the body relaxes, the emotions balance, the mind stabilizes.
The regained integrity of body and mind, however, is subject to continuous attacks of "energies" inside or outside us.
The martial aspect of Tai Chi Chuan therefore allows an effective self-defense from external attacks, educating not to oppose but to control and reorient assaults. This same method is effective in dealing with inner conflicts and in promoting harmony in oneself and mental calm.
The ones you want to contract
you have to make it expand,
the ones you want to weaken
you have to strengthen it,
the ones you want to ruin
you have to make it prosper,
to those you want to be taken away
you have to give.
This is the occult and the overt.
Spring and weakness win hardness and strength.
Tao Te Ching