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Universal Standing 'Post'
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Msr. Han XingYuan

Children can do it, even without a father
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Young Master Conor

Qi-Gong--Shen-Gong: 1, ...2, ...3. 

The basic forms for 6x8-waterstyle all reduce down to only two: a ball [big or small] and the splitting / crossing /joining of this 'ball'.  For the 6x8-waterstyle, these forms are basic. Analagous 'form' positions existing in either yiquan or in white-crane exercises can be seen, but here they are secondary to the inter-flowing-exchange between them,... thus the 'water'-feel leads,  form pattern / positions follow. It should also be said, the minds' intuition follows also; ultimately, not even intent-intuition is required.
The simple difference between the YiQuan standing 'post' positions and the watertyle
standing is that the waterstyle continuously flows through each position; it can however
stop and play in each position at each level [this would be shi-li for yiquan and the basis of the wun yuan testing methods] The Wudang LongMen site gives a good example of the opening-starting position of waterstyle
 
 

Tong-Bei Qi-Gong
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Msr. Wang PeiSheng

Hun Yuan of Yi-Quan
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Msr. Yao

Universal Standing: Embrace the Moon
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Msr. Kuo Lien Ying

Liu He Ba Fa
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Msr. Wu Yi-Hui

Liu He Ba Fa
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Msr. Wu Yi-Hui

Sitting Contemplation
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Floating Feedback

Breath-Qi-Flow-Continuum:  A simple method :


Swimming Dragon :   'Swimming dragon is an ancient Qigong exercise... acquired from or claimed of the Daoist heritage, its' practice is for rejuvenation and longevity; its' methodology is sacral-spinal undulation and kidney/adrenal assauge.
The movements are simple to learn. It stretches the whole body via the spine; it straightens and strengthens the back. It readjusts the kidney system according to Traditional Chinese Medicine, which in turn benefits the internal organs; kidney~heart.
   With regular training, it also benefits the skin and reduces weight.'

Sitting and Floating:   Sit cross-legged with arms slightly bent at elbow and palms facing up as if propping up the sky. Inhale slowly and direct Qi down to abdomen and other body parts before exhaling slowly. Repeat the inhaling and exhaling movements nine times. Then press palms down and inhale and exhale another nine times.   This exercise may treat abdomen edema due to the yang deficiency. http://www.eternalspringtours.com/qigong/seatedmat.html