We have adapted remarkably well to modern life, yet changes in our life-style and longer working days have a profound effect on the self-regulating and self-healing mechanism of our body and mind. The ‘spontaneous’ functions of the body are often weakened and in order to keep up with the speed of life, many peoples’ minds are mostly occupied with external things and happenings – there seems to be no time to listen to and look at what is happening inside; we may feel that we are no longer in harmony with ourselves and our environment.
By teaching us how to use spontaneous movement, Taijiwuxigong offers a way to help us to find again the natural balance of our physical and emotional state by using and combining our own innate life-force (Dantian Force) and the natural forces of the Earth.
Spontaneous Movement – A Natural Phenomenon
Spontaneous movement is a natural phenomenon of life. It is an internal auto-regulatory mechanism for many body functions and happens at all times. Heartbeat, peristalsis of the digestive organs, breathing, yawning, blinking of the eyelids are only a few examples of the spontaneous movement that continuously takes place on both the inside and the outside of our body. This is called involuntary spontaneous movement, as we have no control over it.
Hilary Thompson teaches Taijiwuxigong every Thursday at 10:00 – 11:00.
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