, When you stand up and look down can you see your shoelaces?
If not, your posture could probably use some work - either your hips are too far forward or you ought to quit drinking so much beer...
That's a good thing!
It's an opportunity to massively increase the ease of flow with your CHI.
A previous post suggested stepping away from the computer and simply standing there for 7 consecutive breaths.
Now I found a fantastic interview with Danny Dreyer, author of ChiWalking and ChiRunning - it's available in print and audio!
Danny Dreyer Runs 50 mile races!
His story of learning how to stand properly is quite amusing; he paid the Tai Chi master and the Tai Chi master had him stand for an hour and half for several weeks of instruction!
Of course this wasn't because the Tai Chi Master was a bad teacher, it was because that's the training he needed!
I'm going to try it today because learning how to stand and walk properly is surely better done now than later.