December 21, 2006
by Koichi Tohei Sensei Replenish Ki when sleeping Sleeping is important to replenish Ki. Human beings consume Ki constantly while awake. Everyone sees things, listens, smells, tastes and touches things by using their five senses.
July 11, 2008
Asume the basic standing posture, but with the arms out to the sides at about navel height an sligthly forward crouch a little as if sitting down slightly and keep the back erect. When one is relaxed and the attention collected, shift one’s weight completely onto the right foot and strain on the hip. Move the left foot straight back a half a step then forwards in an inward curve, brushing past the right instep and out forwards to a place in front of its original position, turning the toes out a bit as is lands.
September 26, 2011
Zhang Zheng 12.What is meridian? In Chinese medicine, meridian is the network of running the Qi and blood, connecting the Zang and Fu and the other parts, regulating the body function.
August 30, 2011
Here is a short list of 10 good medical qigong books: “Chinese Qigong Outgoing-Qi Therapy” by Pengjun Zhong “Chinese Qigong Therapy” by Zhang Mingwu “Chinese Qigong” by Zhang Enqin “Medical Qigong Exercise Prescriptions” by Suzanne B, L.Ac., Dmq (China) Friedman “Practical Chinese Qigong for Home Health Care” by Ce Jin “Qigong Essentials for Health Promotion” “Qigong for Treating Common Ailments: The Essential Guide to Self Healing” by Xu Xiangcai “Self – Therapies for Common Diseases” by Li Hesheng “Transmitting Qi Along the Meridian: Meridian Qigong” by Li Ding “Treasured Qigong of Tradtional Medical School” by Huang Runtian Qigong can cure almost every disease on earth if applied in the correct manner.
September 24, 2008
August 2, 2006
by Yang Cheng-fu (1883 – 1936) as researched by Lee N. Scheele 1.) Head upright to let the shen [spirit of vitality] rise to the top of the head.
September 28, 2011
Si Hongyu and Guo Kai Health Qigong is a special sport. One of its unique features is the simultaneous body and mind regulation. Body regulation means the regulation of the physiological state and mind regulation means the regulation of psychological state.
June 15, 2007
Take my hand. We will walk. We will only walk.
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.
April 1, 2008
In the province of Szechwan in China lived until last week Li Ching-yun. In China where Age means something he was a great man. By his own story he was born in 1736, had lived 197 years.
November 4, 2008
A perspective on silk-reeling training by Zhang Xuexin, a student of Feng Zhiqiang, 18-generation. Chen style Taijiquan and founder of Chen Style Xinyi Hun Yuan Taijiquan. Feng Zhiqiang, a leading student of Chen Fake is one of the most famous exponents of Taijiquan in the world.
March 3, 2011
Compilation of Wing Chun training with Tsui Sheung Tin (Chu Song Tin)
June 4, 2011
Let the void be your cauldron Let nature be your furnace for your primary ingredient, take stillness for your reagent, use quietude for mercury, take your vital essence for lead, use your daily energy for water use, restraint for fire, take meditation. Reference: A Complete Guide to Chi-gung by Daniel P. Reid p.
June 21, 2009
George Xu (Xu Guoming) talking to Scott P. Phillips about the biggest mistake he make in his training. He then answers the questions what is purpose of sparring and how important is ground fighting?
March 13, 2011
There are five basic fundamental concepts which will provide the insights or background needed to achieve higher levels in Martial Arts. These concepts will help you in your overall relaxation skills. The importance of your ability to relax is connected to several other factors: First and foremost, when you are in a relaxed state, your breathing is not constricted, but full and natural.
March 17, 2007
How can you find purity in the mind? It is just a matter of seeking out purity in the midst of impurity. Then when you discover signs of impurity in the midst of purity, you know you have found purity.
October 3, 2006
by Mei Ying Sheng Translated by Ted W. Knecht The Influence of the Bow Stance on the Frame The bow stance is one of the most basic components in the practice of Yang style Taijiquan. The traditional Yang style contains 17 postures that employ what is called a front bow stance.
October 3, 2006
by Dr. Mei Ying Sheng, Si Chuan Province, China Translated by Ted W. Knecht, Shen Zhen, China The Single Whip posture of Yang style Taijiquan has a historical record of three generations.
June 25, 2012
Huang Sheng Shyan Taijiquan
October 2, 2006
Daito-ryu Aiki-Jujutsu is an old Jujutsu style presumably founded my Minamoto, Yoshimitsu in the eleventh century. Originally, it was only practised by the highest ranking Samurais in the Takeda family in the Kai fiefdom in northern Japan. Feudal overlord Takeda, Shingen died in 1573, and his kinsman Takeda, Kunitsugu moved to the Aizu fiefdom, where he became Jito – overseer of the fief.
September 26, 2011
Li Jinlong and Jia Meiying; Shanxi University Health Qigong is a traditional sport of our nation with body movements, respiration regulation, and mental regulation as the major forms of exercise. It has carried the essences of the excellent traditional health-preserving culture of the Chinese Nation for thousands of years. The practice of Health Qigong is focused on the “strengthening of mind”, and the key to the strengthening of mind is “adherence to quiescence”.
June 13, 2009
“Learning” refers to the process of learning knowledge and skills, and “practice” refers to the process of increasing proficiency. In other words, applying learning to practice or integrating practice with learning is the essence for improvement, with each other perfect complement and reciprocal, which needs unremitting efforts. During the learning and practice of the Health Qigong Ba Duan Jin, it is involving with principles and methods of practicing as well as the fundamental characteristics, movement essentials and the requirements for practicing.
July 10, 2009
Muladhara (Sanskrit: मूलाधार, Mūlādhāra), meaning “root place” is the first of the main seven chakras. Muladhara is located at the base of the spine. It is linked to survival instincts and our ability to ground ourselves in the physical world.
August 2, 2006
by Wee Kee-Jin In Taijiquan, we must know the direction we want to head in, then focus on the process not the result. Practising the right process will take you to where you want to go. Even knowing and preaching the Taijiquan ‘classics’ will not amount to anything, if you don’t practise it.
February 17, 2007
Ma Yueh-liang (Chinese: 馬岳樑; pinyin: Mǎ Yuèliáng; August 1, 1901 – March 13, 1998) was a famous Chinese teacher of Taijiquan. He was the senior disciple of Wu Jianquan, the founder of Wu style Taijiquan, and married Wu’s daughter Wu Ying-hua in 1930. Ma Yueh-liang was also a medical doctor who graduated from the Beijing Medical College in 1929 and specialized in Hematology.
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- Commentary on the Mirror for Compounding the Medicine
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- Wudang Taiji – Six Basic Skills of Taiji
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- The Natural Mechanism of Turning Attention Around to Gaze Within
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- A General Introduction to Jinggong
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- Masters of Heaven and Hearth
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