September 26, 2011
Si Hongyu, Shangqiu Normal University; Li Jun, Party School of CPC Shanxi Provincial Committee While popularizing and promoting Health Qigong, it is beyond doubt that the instructors or coaches should emphasize the dominating role of natural respiration before the teaching activities. As the exercisers get more and more familiar with the routines, the authors believe that: during the differentiation stage, the instructor or coach should intentionally explain breath regulation and stress its common properties:
September 19, 2006
Chuang Tzu A cook was butchering an ox for Duke Wen Hui. The places his hand touched, His shoulder leaned against, His foot stepped on, His knee pressed upon, Came apart with a sound. He moved the blade, making a noise That never fell out of rhythm.
November 2, 2008
Ling Bao (灵宝) translates as “Spiritual Treasure.” The Ling Bao Bi Fa outlines the San Xian Gong, “Three Immortals Cultivation,” for completing the Ling Bao and thus becoming a Zhen Ren (真人) or Real Human Being. San Xian Gong consists of thee stages:
March 26, 2007
May 3, 2011
Shen Xiaodong, Shanghai Qigong Institute Health Qigong•Ba Duan Jin is a simply, refined, smooth, graceful, and effective health-preserving exercise which contains deep health-preserving philosophy and is deeply welcomed by the common people. This paper provides a detailed analysis of “Qi” and “Mind” in Health Qigong•Ba Duan Jin exercise according to the practicing process of Health Qigong •Ba Duan Jin. “Integrated Qi between Heaven and Earth” in Health Qigong•Ba Duan Jin Exercise The “integration of three regulations” is the core and feature of health Qigong exercise.
September 26, 2011
Xia Xuewei; Inner Mongolia Normal University The seven human emotions, i.e. joy, anger, worry, anxiety, sorrow, fear, and terror are normal phenomena of life activities which do not induce diseases under normal circumstances.
April 11, 2011
Liu Hong Cai Chen Style Silk Reeling: Basic Exercises and Demonstrations Master Liu describes two types of silk reeling, a wrapping type of energy ‘doing’ the movement and ‘using’ it to affect another. He stresses that you have to understand energy to apply silk reeling.
July 9, 2008
1. Taijiquan. Thirteen postures.
August 2, 2006
by Wee Kee-Jin Taijiquan is not simply relaxing, sinking and being grounded. It is about developing; the right structure; the right sequence of movements to connect the structure; the right timing of the movements; and the mind awareness (Yi) to travel through the movements. A structure without the sequence of movements is like an electrical cable without the copper wire inside the plastic tube.
June 14, 2009
Practicers should grasp the basic points of which mean to relax all the joints in the body, dredge the meridians and strengthen the power of the lower limbs, of the Health Qi Gong Ba Duan Jin including natural relaxation, agility and correctness, combined exercise with rest, being step by step,. After that they can start the stage of applying the mind that means to guide Qi by way of mind and move the body by way of Qi. Or, the more haste, the less speed.
May 28, 2012
Master Cheuk Fung
April 25, 2008
Rare footage of traditional old style Zimenquan. Taiping Wuguan The rare art of Zimenquan is known as an internal martial and is practiced in the little known Jiangxi province which is tucked away in the south central plains of China. Founded around 300 years ago by Master Yu Kerang, who was a native of Qingjiang (nowadays known as Zhangshu City) in Jiangxi province.
September 22, 2006
The chin of the (whole) body, through practice becomes one unit. Distinguish clearly between substantiel and insubstantiel. To fa chin (discharge) it is necessary to have root.
August 3, 2006
Approaching the gates of the monastery, Hakuin found Ken the Zen preaching to a group of disciples. “Words…” Ken orated, “they are but an illusory veil obfuscating the absolute reality of –” “Ken!
June 21, 2009
George secrets Part 1 June 08 1. maximum unit force: including zong ding jin, six great muscles groups, shoulder inside the dantian, six directions dantian force plus yin yang dantian force, plus leg earth power and earth direction power (yin yang power).
February 28, 2008
More links: Wudang Wushu 武当山 武術 (part 1) youtube.com Wudang Wushu 武当山 武術 (part 2) youtube.
February 5, 2013
Wudang Wu Qin Xi Reference: daoistkungfu youtube.com
October 6, 2006
Once there was a well known philosopher and scholar who devoted himself to the study of Zen for many years. On the day that he finally attained enlightenment, he took all of his books out into the yard, and burned them all.
July 10, 2008
1. Your study should be broad, diversified. Do not limit yourself.
August 11, 2006
I have arrived I am home in the here in the now I am solid I am free in the ultimate I dwell Reference: The Long Road Turns to Joy – A Guide To Walking Meditation by Thich Nhat Hanh ISBN: 093807783X Page 1
April 22, 2011
February 20, 2008
Staring Master Yao Chengrong, the son of the late Master Yao Zongxun (the succesor of the founder of the Yiquan 意拳 style Wang Xiangzhai). Links: Yiquan Academy youtube.
October 27, 2008
Recorded by Huang Jitao Translated from chinese by Andrzej Kalisz Zhao Enqing originally was disciple of Zhang Zhankui (Zhang Zhaodong). Later he learned from the founder of yiquan – Wang Xiangzhai and became one of his best students, receiving from Wang a honorary name Daoxin. The original interview was made by Huang Jitao in 4 sessions over 4 days and is quite long.
January 18, 2007
This type of qigong has been passed on by a Taoist priest by the name of Wang Zhenyi. While practising this type of qigong you should concentrate your attention on making the upper, middle and lower dantians linear. When you have made your three dantians linear, you will attain a very special and comfortable feeling and will almost forget everything.
June 5, 2006
(Ichuan, Dachengquan, Yiquan, exercise, qiqong, chikung, breathing, energy) The Mighty Warrior Exercise Stand with the feet about double shoulder-width apart and toes pointing ahead. Bend the knees while lowering the body to stand in a horse-riding posture. Raise the arms sideways to form each an angle of about 60 degrees with the torso, the palms facing the ground and fingers apart.
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