挑/Tiao – Raise, 托/Tuo – Support, 抹/Mo – Wipe, 掛/Gua – Hang, 㓲/Pian – Pare, 搜/Sou – Search, 閉/Bi – Close, 掃/Sao – Sweep, 順/Shun – Follow, 截/Jie – Intercept. 605 more words
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Taijiquan’s Piercing Staff, also known as Sticking Adhering Staff, or Thirteen Patterns Staff, has a Thirteen Character Secret. Pierce, Open, Close, Bounce, Chop, Tap, Sweep, Stir, Scoop, Wind, Carry, Slide, Intercept.
Taiji Saber, also called Thirteen Patterns Saber, has a Thirteen Character Secret: Hack, Mince, Trim, Intercept, Scrape, Scoop, Pierce, Roll, Chop, Wind, Slap, Block, Slide.
This is both quintessentially me and perfect musing-fodder, so let’s get right to it.
There are certain things my visual cortex loves. Most of my favorite weapon designs incorporate all of these things at least once, and some multiple times. 1,158 more words
孫氏八卦劍練劍要法八字/Sun Shi Bagua Jian Lian Jian Yao Fa Ba Zi - Sun Style Bagua Sword Eight Characters on Essential Methods of Training the Sword
Walking, Turning, Wrapping, Overturning, Penetrating, Scooping, Lifting, & Depressing are the Eight Characters for the Essential Methods of Sword Training. Walking is to move using the Footwork. 84 more words