Blog Postings - Relaxed Mind Tai Chi Authour - Lee Chang Tye copyright - Relaxed Mind Tai Chi https://www.relaxedmindtaichi.com
One of my mature-aged students commented that I had a lot of patience when it came to correcting herself & others who would repeatedly make the same mistake. I hadn't thought about it much but reflecting on it, I wasn't ever patient in my youth & much of my adulthood - in fact the opposite. I'd have probably gotten angry if someone if someone didn't get what I was trying to say after two attempts. I think over time with regular "mindful" Tai Chi training, that focuses on (and finds enjoyment in) the "process" rather than the results; being aware/listening to what's happening now in your body; the calming of the more extreme emotions; the understanding that results will come "gradually" over time; the attitude of "letting go," "harmonizing" and "yielding"; and the understanding that you yourself can be pretty "thick" when it comes to assimilating points your teacher has been repeating for years and years; this will lead to patience. So I am very pleased to hear that I've become a "patient" teacher, cool.
These are my thoughts about various aspects of Tai Chi. They may or may not be original and I try to give credit where credit is due.
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