Learning How To Yield To Force

This post is by a guest writer, Graham Barlow, of Bath Tai Chi:

It says in the Tai Chi classics www.scheele.org/lee/classics.html:

“Anyone who has spent years of practice and still cannot neutralize,
and is always controlled by his opponent,
has not apprehended the fault of double-weightedness.”

But what does this mean?  What is this peculiar fault of ‘double-weightedness’ that it refers to? Continue reading “Learning How To Yield To Force” »