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Taichi Wudang sword
Taoist swords (yang energy) were symbolic names associated with their spiritual: Vivid Lightning, Magic Act, Pure Constellations...
In the school of the Five Peaks Wudang practitioners ultimate sword (Taiyu) were monks.The work was always based on the Bagua circle, symbol of the eight transformations of the Yi Jing.We learned to move around a circle and move the sword in a circular.
The sword is currently used in the community of Chinese martial arts is a light weapon with a sharp edge has two..Of great visual beauty, it offers a complete development of qi (vital energy), flexibility, coordination and concentration.
The work done on three levels:
• Development of Qi: The sword by his long and precise movements strengthens the vital energy in the network of meridians, even more than the bare hands Tai Chi.
• Development of Flexibility: The Taoist sword strengthens posture, rooting, strength and flexibility of the tendons by working full extensions and relaxations.
• Development of concentration and meditation: The sword requires great concentration and a simultaneous state of deep relaxation.
(From article by Gerard Edde