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Wudang Baguazhang consists of eight sequences of movements that are circular in both directions. The translation of the individual forms can be found here!

The final movement of the Ba Gua Zhang form set! Step by step by Master Ziji.

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Seventh movement set of Ba Gua Zhang! Informative step by step tutorial with Bernhard and Master Ziji!

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Bagua-Symbol

Ba Gua, the eight trigrams, are denoted by symbols named 爻 (Yáo). 爻 is drawn as an odd diagram (奇畫, also referred to as the Yang symbol, 陽爻) or even diagram(偶畫, also referred to as Yin symbol, 陰爻). Combined in pairs represent 四象 (this can relate to the four directions or the corresponding mythical beasts, or each corresponds to two of the eight trigrams, 太陰, 少陽, 少陰, 太陽, grouped by the composition of Yin and Yang). With an additional symbol, the diagrams consisting of three symbols make the Ba Gua. The three symbols correspond respectively to “sky above, earth below, and human in the middle.”

The sixth form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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The fifth form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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The fourth form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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The third form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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The second form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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The first form of the eight Baguazhang movements! Leave questions in the comment sections below!

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This is the first video about Baguazhang! Master Ziji explains how to make a Bagua circle and the basic principles of the steps and the directions.

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