知道太极线(S线)为什么是弯曲的吗？ 它在提醒我们做人不可以刚直不懂得变通 ，做人如果直直不会转弯一成不变你就会很容易撞墙， 直话别人听不进去。 马路如果直直容易出车祸， 因为大家都会加速驾驶。 越弯曲的马路，司机越要小心驾驶。 因此在风水里我们说直水无情，曲水有情， 面对直直的大道的屋子风水一般上都不好 。我们有时候说话要圆通， 别人才会听得进去.
Do you know why the Tai Chi lines (S line) is curved? It reminds us that being a person cannot be too straight forward and do not know how to be flexible. If a person is straight and does not know how to make a turn, stand still, you will easily hit the wall. If the road is straight, it is easy to get into a car accident, because everyone will speed up. The more curved the road, the more careful the driver must drive. Therefore, in Feng Shui, we say that straight water is ruthless, curved water is sentimental. Houses facing straight roads are generally not good in feng shui. Sometimes we have to speak well without delivering our points straightly, so that others can listen.
太极拳的师父们最了解其中的道理因为太极拳里柔中带刚刚中带柔都原自于易经。 男性有男性荷尔蒙里也有少许的女性的荷尔蒙， 女性也如此，这个才是平衡。 这也就是阳中有阴阴中有阳， 阴阳调和， 一阴一阳之谓道。因此风水古籍“雪心赋”记载：孤阳不生，独阴不长。 太过’阳’不好，太过’阴’也不好， 平衡阴阳调和最好。这也是为什么太极图里有白鱼眼和黑鱼眼， 黑里面有白色，白里面有黑；借此告诉我们， 阴里有阳，阳里有阴。
The masters of Taiji Quan Kung Fu know the truth best because the soft and the hard bands in Taiji are all originally from the Yijing. In the bodies of men, there are male hormones and some female hormones, this applies to as well as to the females. This is the ‘balance’. This means that there is yin in yang, yang in yin, harmonization of yin and yang. Therefore, the ancient Feng Shui book "Xue Xin Fu" records: Only yang is bad, and so as only Yin. Nevertheless, too yang is not good, and so as too yin. The balance between yin and yang is best. That's why there are white fish eyes and black fish eyes in the Taiji picture, with white in black and black in white; this tells us that there is yang in yin and yin in yang.
Thus, when you are poor you have to change, then only you can be better. If you do not want to change, you will finish sooner or later. The higher you are, or the older you will become, the more stubborn you will be.
因此古代的古钱都是外圆内方， 外面是圆形的里面有一个正方形的空洞， 它其实在提醒我们对外我们要圆通但是内心我们有正直。 它也代表了天人地 ，因为古人看天是圆的， 皇帝的名字在中间， 哪是人。 中间的正方形代表着地因为土的形状是正方形。 为什么是天人地（三才）？因为无三不成礼。
Therefore, the ancient coins in the ancient times were all have a square hole inside and round / circular outside, which actually reminded us that we must be agile and flexible when dealing with others but we have to have integrity in the heart. It also represents heaven, human and earth, because the ancients found the sky is round, and the name of the emperor is in the middle, which is human. The square in the middle represents the ground because the shape of the soil is square in the study of the Five Elements.
它也提醒我们 ，高处不胜寒 ，物极必反， 当一个物体往上抛到达了顶点一定会快速的下降， 能高就高， 应该底就要底， 大丈夫能屈能伸，刚柔并济， 外圆内方。 易经的第1卦乾为天卦的95飞龙在天之后就是96的亢龙有悔， 告诉我们如果一个人高高在上位高权重， 就容易迷失自己不懂得下台， 更会忘记初心， 因为身边的人都会因为他位高权重而巴结他。 如果你霸占位子不下来，会有人把你拉下来。 时不予我就不要赖着不走， 该下台的时候，就要下台。 上台看时机， 下台靠智慧。所谓高处不胜寒， 如果你高高在山上， 敌人在下面你的一举一动他们都看得很清楚， 要侵略你是很容易的事。 因此易经强调中庸之道是永远不败的兵法。 如果敌人太过强大 ，孙子兵法强调三十六计走为上计，不可强攻。
It also reminds us that the peak of the mountain is extremely cold, and the object must be reversed. When an object is thrown up and reaches the apex, it must fall quickly. When you have to be high, you stay high. When you need to stay at the bottom, you stay humbly at the bottom there too. A gentleman should be flex and stretch. The first Qua in 64 Qua of the Book of Changes (Yijing), after the 95 is the dragon flying in the sky is 96 the dragon will remorse, telling us that if a person stands high and has power and authority, it is easy to lose himself and do not know how to step down. Everyone will praise him because of his high weight. If you keep on occupying the seat when your time is over, someone will pull you down. If your time is over, you have to leave. When it ’s time to step down, step down. We take the stage when the timing is right, but stepping down is depending on the wisdom of the man. The so-called high places are extremely cold. If you are high up in the mountains, your enemies will see your every move clearly from the below. It is very easy for them to invade you. Therefore, Yi Jing emphasizes that the golden rule is MODERATE. If the enemy is too strong, Sun Tzu's Art of War emphasizes that we avoid it and do not force an attack.