Grandmaster Tse’s Qìgōng Dāo 氣功道 328

Dāo – Part 2

萬物負陰而抱陽,沖氣以為和 Wànwù fù yīn ér bào yáng, chōng qì yǐwéi hé – Everything inside is Yīn everything outside is Yáng balanced by Qì.

The inside our of body is soft. All the internal organs are inside and they are protected on the outside by skin, muscles, tendons and supported by the bones. The outside is stronger. It is like a building, outside the walls must be strong and inside the rooms must have space, and then people can liver there. So any structure or any living thing must have two different energies, one soft and one hard. The soft should be inside and the hard should be outside. If it is not this way round, then they are not in balance and so we will be ill. If your house, you work, or your family is like that then you will have a problem. Soft should always be inside and hard outside. If there is an imbalance, then we need Qì 氣 to balance it. We get Qì from our movement and rest, and of course, the best way is by practising Qìgōng 氣功. Our families Qì is communication and a building’s Qì is temperature, air and light. The flow is always from inside to outside, and back inside. All connect together that is Qì, and Qì is part of Dāo 道

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