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Guychitaichi Technique

Guychitaichi is a style of "walking qigong" tai ji chuan (infinite ultimate fist or supreme ultimate fist) that lends itself to chi gong (working with energy) and Yang style tai ji chuan (walking Qigong).
Taiji and Qigong is taught in three ways:


1. Aerobic Taiji and Qigong
Aerobic (with air) Taiji and Qigong can be quick moving strenuous, physical yang energetic exercise style of qigong/taiji which works the muscles, tendons to exercise the lungs encouraging metaphysical body systems debt (oxygen debt, liquid depletion through sweat etc).
Aerobic Taiji and Qigong is good for weight loss and metaphysical improvement via exercise hormone release, muscle tone improvements and whole body systems exercise.
What Aerobic Taiji and Qigong does metaphysically
Aerobic tai chi and chi gong can create a small oxygen debt in the muscles producing lactic acid build up and micro muscle tearing, which can increase muscle tone overtime, improvement of exercised lung function, strengthens the heart to encourage improved blood circulation of the arteries, capillaries and veins. Muscles and joints can get sore from the stress of exercise, but the mind can be lifted via natural, feel good hormones released in the brain, with improved lung function over time through exercise breathing stress.
What is Aerobic tai chi and chi gong good for
Aerobic tai chi and chi gong is good for weight loss and is energetically yang in nature which may help relieve mild depression (depression is yin) through hormone release that comes with purposeful practicing Taiji/Qigong forms and improve body functions if approached realistically.
Mind and Body (Super-Ego level - emotions)
The forms at this level promote good honest calorie burning hard work whilst learning and exercising with the Taiji/Qigong sets to get where the forms are taking them (into fitness). Aerobic Taiji/Qigong forms are sets of strenuous energetic metaphysical workout for the reasonably already fit or people wanting to lose weight that are willing to make a physical effort (can be combined with 2 & 3 level with the right instruction).
Breath at level one
Breathing can become laboured and stressed to deplete the body chi energy systems. Controlled breathing with a focused approach and correct application can improve health if balanced with meditation (doing Taiji/Qigong), a healthy diet and a good well thought out postural energy exercises.
Level 1 Meditation
This level is mostly doing Taiji/Qigong with hints of being Taiji and Qigong depending on the skill and level of instruction and the Taiji/Qigong forms practiced.
Note: level 3 healing qigong (walking Taiji) can only be obtained when levels 1 and 2 are learnt, practiced and fully understood.
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Learning and understanding qigong should be practiced and developed by all therapists who use chi energy as a healing medium, without practical qi knowledge, therapeutic application becomes a weakened, half therapy

2. Muscle Memory-breath Taiji and Qigong
The muscle memory-breath Taiji and Qigong is a way of learning the forms (tai chi and chi gong) using the breath with the Taiji/Qigong movements as a focus, with the mind in full control (at all times) of the breathing patterns and coordinated movements (in-breath is the yin of earth, whilst an out-breath is the yang breath of heaven with man/woman standing in between), practiced using a focused, controlled, medium speed, even movements which can be a very relaxing and calming way to learn the forms.
What it does:
Traditional Chinese Medicine - awakens qi, opens the joints and prepares the body/mind
Western Physiology - releases euphoric and pain relieving chemicals whilst physically exercising the body
Mind and Body (Ego level - emotions)
This level of Taiji/Qigong can promote positive thinking through learning the Taiji/Qigong forms, and could encourage a work-in-progress, healthy energy building for the mind and body through constant form development.
The ego is encouraged to become balanced via through diligent Taiji/Qigong forms if the student can learn to let go emotionally and metaphysically.
Breathing at level two
If the breathing becomes laboured or uncoordinated during the forms the practitioner can take a recovery breath or breathe as the body wants until the student feels comfortable and able to move the breath with the movements once more
Level 2 Meditation
This level can be either doing or being Taiji/Qigong depending on the skill and level of instruction and the Taiji/Qigong forms practiced.
Note: level 3 healing qigong (walking Taiji) can only be obtained when levels 1 and 2 are learnt, practiced and fully understood.
Dangers of meditation

Learning and understanding qigong should be practiced and developed by all therapists who use chi energy as a healing medium, without practical qi knowledge, therapeutic application becomes a weakened, half therapy

3. Healing Taiji and Qigong
Healing Taiji and Qigong is focused and controlled, and practiced very slowly/evenly which can take time and mental/physical strength to develop the skills needed for the mind and body to learn, and practice with this profound style of the Taiji/Qigong forms, the Taiji and Qigong forms at this level can work energetically on a deeply profound holistic energetic level, correct Taiji and Qigong instruction is important to access, precise learning techniques and training should be taught and grasped at this stage, and is of the utmost importance for approaching and understanding what the skills, the Taiji/Qigong forms are capable of helping with the personal qi energy development for each individual.
Mind and Body Healing (Id level - emotions)
Extreme slow moving Taiji/Qigong works on the id - based psychological energy (jing), with the development of slow twitch muscle fibres, and most of the movements made using the tendons/sinews.
Breath at level three
The breath is left and will over time become bellows like on its own (skill starts to develop of its own accord), stimulating the lower dantian and enhancing jing qi.
Level 3 Meditation
This level is mostly being Taiji/Qigong with hints of doing depending on the skill and level of instruction and the Taiji/Qigong forms practiced.
Note: level 3 healing Qigong (walking Taiji) can only be obtained when levels 1 and 2 are learnt, practiced and fully understood.
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Tai chi chuan - Qigong and the Over Weight:
Tai chi chuan (qigong walking) and chigong are probably the most safest forms of exercise for the obese and over weight simply because the moving weight baring good hormone releasing routines allow for long periods of exercise that are not excessively aerobically challenging (depending on how the forms are approached), but can with the right approach substantially improve physical and mental health and well being as they are learnt with each session when regularly training attendance is accomplished, baring in mind that each set of tai chi and chigong movements have been specifically developed over thousands of years to let anyone, of any abilities or fitness level to stretch, exercise and burn fat, whilst protecting the muscles and skeletal joints, relaxing the mind (not metaphysically overstressing the body/mind through excessive movement) with meditation techniques sown into the very fabric of the exercises and sets (forms).

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