Sitting still is only one way to meditate.
Body, breath, and mind are one.
Now is a perfect time to stop shoulding on yourself.
Excerpted from The Complete Idiot's Guide to T'ai Chi & QiGong, by Bill Douglas: If done correctly, slowly, and gently, Tai Chi enables you to become aware of any poor physical habits long before physical damage is done. In fact, you often don't become aware of problems in high-impact sports until the doctor is telling … Continue reading Douglas On Tai Chi Movements
Because the body and the mind are not only connected, they are different facets of the same thing. Every aspect of one is reflected in the other. In tai chi, we say that everything physical has psychological analogues, and everything psychological has physical analogs. What shows up in your practice shows up in your life, … Continue reading Why Meditation Should Engage The Body As Well As The Mind
Tai chi is a form of qigong (energy work). The practice of qigong, including tai chi, involves the engagement of three ongoing regulations, which are the elements of what I refer to as tai chi composure. The Three Regulations are body regulation, breath regulation, and mind regulation. Body is the physical aspect of our experience, … Continue reading The Three Regulations of Qigong