Taiji is in practice what 'Dao de Jing' expresses in principle
These principles remain universal throughout the known worlds,
undiminished by their common reduction to intellectual ideas, emotional values, or religious rules, by the various races of the Earth.
There is only one true Taiji, one set of principles.
Human deviation gave rise to family styles (Yang, Wu, Chen etc) which each has strengths and weaknesses. Their strengths are where they follow the principles and their weaknesses are where they deviate from the principles.
We train fluid power waves:
Yang Style issuing transverse wave
Wu Style borrowing pressure wave
Chen Style spiral twisting wave
We follow my teacher's advice,
"Return to the original principles, from before the styles diverged."
The world is a series of inter-penetrating subtle energy realms
One Balanced Way
Train intention, awareness & intelligence within the 3 realms of the Deep Mind, while aspiring towards the Beyond.
The only way to the Beyond is through the Deep Mental.
Access to Deep Mental is through the Deep Emotional.
The way to the Deep Emotional is through the Deep Body level.
The only way to the Deep Body level is through the body itself.
"Though they practice my (outer) methods, not following my (inner) way they are not my students."
Trained from the age of 14 in Fujian White Crane (白鶴拳 Baihequan), 18 Buddha boxing (罗汉拳 Luohanquan) and Neigong (Daoist Internal Alchemy), under Old Master Pan YuBa (潘屿八) and later under his most famous disciple, Master XieZhongxian (謝宗祥大师 1852–1930).
Later he also trained under Master PanZhuangnian (潘桩年), who educated Huang in Chinese Medicine and the Literary Classics. Subsequently Huang opened a school in Shanghai where he trained together with his friends Chung Yu-Jen (Taiji), Chiang Hai-Ching (Xingyi) and Yang Chih-Ching (Bagua). He also studied Taiji with Wan Laisheng (万赖声), a China Martial Arts Champion 1938 famous for his Natural Boxing (自然门 Ziranmen).