#7982
hamishbrown
Participant

Ok. The pulse description I have for DGSNT is firstly thin wiry, or deep thin wiry (side note of especially L guan), and secondly, deep thin wiry with a tendency towards expiring. So I read that as the pulse is in general thin wiry, and can be deep or higher due to the description of 1 option being deep thin wiry. For WJT I have both guan wiry and possibly knotted, or both guan deep wiry. So with the above pulse being thin, which isn’t part of the WJT description, and the chi positions also being thin and wiry, I thought the DGSNT pulses fit more. Do you generally look for thinness with a WJT pulse too?