I mentioned this in another forum and thought I’d bring it up here, since it is more topical.
At one point (I’ll try to find where.) Bruce says that Hsing-I really does just one thing. He says Hsing-I does it really well, but it is really difficult to learn to do that one thing. What is it? What’s the one thing?
It’s not part of the Hsing-i Mastery program but the EATC video Opening and Closing Qigoing month 6 session 12 is probably the best explanation of San Ti and the process of developing the mind in Hsing-i.
In retrospect I think that saying Hsing-I projects the mind is a little misleading. Although that’s a legitimate description, it doesn’t reflect the actual mechanism well. It would probably be more accurate to say that Hsing-I is trying to develop an explosive expansion directed by the mind and supported by cerebral spinal fluid out to the extremities. You still have to go through the same progressions as Tai Chi and Bagua, but it is more focused and less varied.
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