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Standing meditation produced superior results (Part 2).

Ti Bao Zhuang (Lifting - Embracing Post)


Tibao Zhuang is done whenever you feel too much muscular tension in your arms from doing the Chengbao Zhuang posture described in Part One 
http://spirithealers.blogspot.com/2013/06/standing-meditation-produced-superior.html

As you will gather from the following section, you just lower your arms to change to Tibao Zhuang. When your arms feel comfortable again, you can return to Chengbao Zhuang by raising the arms again. One of my classmates spends more time with Tibao Zhuang than Chengbao Zhuang and he can relax his muscles extremely well.

Tibao Zhuang is also an important posture in Yang Sheng Zhuang. 
When you practice this or any of the standing postures, the state of mental and physical relaxation and comfort is gradually deepening. Following, your health is also improving.

Basic requirements of Tibao Zhuang are the same as of Chengbao Zhuang. While in Chengbao Zhuang your arms are at shoulder level, in Tibao Zhuang you keep them at both sides of…

Standing Qigong/Meditation produced superior results

In 1939, Wang Xiangzhai issued a public challenge through a Beijing newspaper. His objective: to test and prove the new martial arts training system of Yiquan, a system that placed Standing meditation (zhan zhuang) at its core.



Expert fighters from across China, Japan and even Europe traveled to answer Wang’s challenge. None could beat him or his senior students. His standing meditation training produced superior results in a shorter time period, when compared to methods used in boxing, Judo, and other styles of Kung Fu.

Considering the proven value of standing meditation, surprisingly few people undertake the practice today. Why is this? As Wang himself noted, the exercise is plagued by logical contradictions. Understandably, but unfortunately, martial artists reject the exercise because it cannot possibly work.


Standing still is good exercise. Wang Xiangzhai explained the unique health benefits of standing meditation in his essay, The Gain From Practicing Martial Art:


Appropriate exerci…

Heal your heart and mind

This heart-opening exercise/visualization is about opening your heart to Love, and can heal your heart and mind, which is truly the most important healing of all.

Please also try  Meditation to receive Universal Love
You can do this anywhere, just find a few minutes where you won't be interrupted. Read through the details first, and then give it a try. It is always good to start by taking a deep breath.



When you are ready, you can close your eyes, take a deep breath and do the following:
Imagine you are in a room that you really love, a room that makes you feel safe and peaceful, maybe the room from your childhood that you loved the most, or maybe just a room that shows up in your mind right now.

You are resting in bed, just resting quietly and feeling very good and comfortable. Look around the room, notice the windows, the curtains, the furniture, and the light. Take a deep breath. Look and see where the door is.

The door is open. Now watch the doorway as someone comes in to tell y…