Chi Awareness, Flow and Application
Master Liao’s Taichi videos take you through the three main steps of Chi cultivation and Chi development:
When you first start to practice, your primary goal is to learn how to feel your life energy. You may feel a sensation of Chi right away, or it may take a few weeks or months. Most people will eventually begin to feel some sensation of Chi, usually in their hands or forearms. This feeling may come and go, but will grow stronger over time with patience and practice.
After you begin to feel your life energy, you can learn how to flow your Chi to make it purer and stronger. Chi Flow is what makes real Taichi different from merely “slow-motion exercise.” When you learn how to flow your Chi, you’ll rely less and less on strength and mechanical motion, and start using your life energy to propel your movement. This can only be done with real Chi power.
Did you know that martial arts skill is only one application of Chi? Once you can harness the power of your life energy, you can learn to use that energy for healing, spiritual development, feng shui, and more.
These advanced applications require real energy, not just physical or psychological techniques, and must be developed under the guidance of a Taichi master.
“I began Tai Chi classes with Master Liao to regain my flexibility and range of motion. After just weeks, I felt much stronger. The added benefit was that I felt much less stress and more clear of spirit and mind.”
- Terry M., Investment Advisor
“Master Liao is a living legend. His books and DVDs gave a chart to me for sailing on uncharted waters. I never imagined that I would be able to learn such traditional and authentic Taichi here in the USA.”
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“The most important lesson from Master Liao is that Chi is real and not a figment of my imagination, and it has a real effect on the human body. I am more than who or what I think I am. Therefore I am determined to grow by integrating this realization through practicing Tai Chi.”
- Reverend Walter D.,
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