Read the book a hundred times and see its meaning. I think everyone understands this principle. The more you read the article, the more you will understand the meaning of it. The so-called "familiar with the three hundred Tang Shu, you can sing even if you don't know how to write poetry". Learning is a process of constant repetition. , I don’t remember once, I don’t remember twice, so what about repeating it? It will come naturally in the end.
In the process of learning Zhongruan, the same is true. Many people complained, why does the piano I play have no emotion, no charm, and it sounds boring and noisy? It might have something to do with how many times and how long you play.
Playing the piano is a continuous learning process as well as a cumulative process. Taishan does not reject dust, so it can be as big as it is, and rivers and seas do not reject streams, so it can be as deep as it is. Learning Zhongruan is not something that can be accomplished overnight. It requires continuous investment of energy and time. This process is very long, and it may be difficult to make a qualitative breakthrough in a while, but without this process, it will definitely not work.
Many people learn Zhongruan just on a whim. They feel that Zhongruan is cute and simple. When it comes to real learning, they find that it is not easy, so they retreat. The heart shrinks, so how can I learn well?
There are also many people who are studying, but they are responding negatively. They feel that Zhongruan is like a task. Every day people are playing, but their hearts are not there. How can they learn well?
There are also people who feel that they are very good and understand what the teacher said, so they spend three days fishing and two days drying the net. Ruan is most afraid of interruptions in his studies. Even if he plays a little less every day, it doesn’t matter. Ten minutes of guaranteed effectiveness is better than playing for an hour every few days.
The process of playing the piano is a bit long and boring, which is a characteristic of any study. But once you get used to this process, and then continue, in a certain inadvertently, you will suddenly understand a lot, just like "enlightenment" in Buddhism.
The charm of the qin and the feeling of the qin do not appear out of thin air, but are obtained after thousands of repetitions. The so-called practice makes perfect, they are all learned.
Play the piano a hundred times, and its rhythm is self-evident, and all those who have played it know it.