The Theories of Chén Cháng Xìng 陳長興 Part 2
Fū wù, sàn bì yǒu tǒng, fēn bì yǒu hé, tiāndì jiān sìmiànbāfāng, fēnfēn zhě gè yǒu suǒshǔ, qiān tóu wàn xù, rǎngrǎng zhě zì yǒu qí yuán. Gài yī běn kě sàn wèi wàn shū, ér wàn shū xián guīyú yī běn, quánshù zhī xué, yì bù wài cǐ gōng lì.
This is the first part of Chén Cháng Xìng’s theory of Tàijíquán. The means behind everything we see and everything we come across, on the surface they all seem independent or individual, but, if we look deeper we can see that they all have a connection with something else. If we take a person as an example, that person will comes from their parents, those parents have parents. The person might have children, or brothers, sisters and cousins. Even if they look different, or slightly different they will share some parts of their parents, the way they behave, their attitude. Also they are connected to how they grew up and the environment. All these things create the person and who they become. However, if something happens, then the whole family will come back together, for example like weddings, funerals or special events and celebrations. So from separation, they come back to one, but they can separate again. So all individuals can become united and the united can become individuals who are separate from each other. There are also individual styles of Kung Fu, but if you look at the founders, you will find there are connections to others styles.