Mon, 24 September 2012
At the center of Tai Chi practice, you cultivate your ability to listen — to your own internal state, to the energy of other people, and to the world around you.
When it comes to interaction, and intense interaction like conflict, your internal state matters.
The very first lesson you learn in Tai Chi Push Hands is that the outcome of an interaction is determined by your reaction, your internal state — whether you manifest tension or relaxation.
In this episode of Qigong Radio, we explore the different dimensions of this “law of interaction.”
Taking responsibility for the outcome of a situation by owning how you respond is a challenging idea, but the payoff is huge and maybe even transformational.