September 6, 2006
Stand in relaxed position with the feet placed directly under your hips, knees slightly bent, ankles relaxed and the armpits open. Press the tip of the tongue against the soft palate of the mouth. This connects the energy circuit of the governing (back) channel with the energy circuit of the functional (front) channel.
July 3, 2009
Appearance, Sound, Breathing, Spirit and Verve of Health Qigong • Liu Zi Jue The Health Qigong Liu Zi Jue is a set of Qigong exercises with the characteristics of being easy to learn, remarkable efficacy, unique style and strong Qigong features. It is mainly dealing with the inhaling and exhaling breathing, and at the same time coordinating with six unique pronunciation methods of Xu, He, Hu, Si, Chui, and Xi. In addition, it is supported by corresponding movements and mental ideas to adjust the five primary systems of human beings such as the liver, heart, spleen, lung and kidney as well as San Jiao and the vital energy’s function.
March 24, 2010
Section 1: The essential qi It is the essence of things that gives life to them. Below, it gives birth to the five grains; above, it is the ranks of stars. Flowing between heaven and earth: we call these ghosts and spirits.
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.
June 15, 2006
This is a very easy meditation technique and is called Vipasana. It does not require you to believe in any God or Guru. It can be done at any time of the day.
October 27, 2008
Thus we may know that there are five essentials for victory: (1) He will win who knows when to fight and when not to fight. (2) He will win who knows how to handle both superior and inferior forces. (3) He will win whose army is animated by the same spirit throughout all its ranks.
July 15, 2010
The first Insides on Zhan Zhuang from Mark S. Cohen can be found here: www.youtube.
August 12, 2006
Author: Yukio Takamura, edited by Nanette Okura (by courtesy of shinyokai.com) “Shu-ha-ri” literally means embracing the kata, diverging from the kata and discarding the kata. The pursuit of training in a classical Japanese endeavor almost always follows this educational process.
June 3, 2009
Chan Szu Chin Exercise of Master Feng Ziqiang by Sifu Justin Meehan Master Feng’s system of Chan Szu Chin exercises is derived from the Chen family style of Taiji, taught to him by Master Chen Fake in Beijing, China, and from his Xin Yi lio He Quan background with Master Hu Yao Zhen. Master Feng puts great emphasis on the practice of both Qigong and Chan Szu Chin exercises to improve Form, Function, Health, and Push Hands skills. Because of the necessary terseness of the Chinese language, I thought it might be interesting to examine a few of these exercises in greater depth.
February 21, 2008
July 9, 2008
1. Taijiquan. Thirteen postures.
December 9, 2012
Movements: 1) Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, toes sticking to the ground. Bend and close in knees into half-way crouching position with buttocks drawn in. Reach out arms to parallel posi- tion, palm facing upward and fingers apart and relaxed.
August 31, 2006
1. Stand with the feet shoulder-with apart. Bend the knees, pressing the sacrum down.
September 26, 2011
Hu Xiaofei; Beijing Sport University What are Inverted-Sequence Exercises Inverted-sequence exercises refer to exercises like handstand, crawling, backward walking, and barefoot walking. These exercises provide body-strengthening, health-improving, and disease-removing effects for which they are deeply welcomed by people. Inverted-sequence exercises were carried out in our country as early as the ancient times.
April 22, 2011
June 26, 2007
Baguazhang wikipedia.org The Chinese concept of Bagua wikipedia.org
April 9, 2007
Breathing in, I calm my body. Breathing out, I smile. Breathing in, I dwell in the present moment.
March 10, 2013
April 30, 2007
“I gained nothing at all from Supreme Enlightenment, and for that very reason it is called Supreme Enlightenment.” Gotama Buddha
October 13, 2006
There are Five ways triumph can be known: Those who know when to challenge and when to not to challenge will triumph. Those who recognize how to use the nomerous and the few will triumph. Those who agree on superior and inferior objectives will triumph.
November 3, 2008
Fang Ning Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan Professor Fang Ning, 83 years old, speaks fluent English and Japanese, graduated from an Amercian Mission School, St. John University in Shanghai, China, in 1947 with degrees in Political Science and Economic. He has been practicing and researching qigong for more than 50 years.
February 27, 2013
Essences Of Wudang -Ten Daoist Steps Wudang Dragongate Kungfu Schools Headmaster introduces one of the most important essences for wudang daoist arts. The ten daoist steps which are shown here are only the yang part of the whole set which also includes the very advanced ten yin steps. The steps are movements which contain many different aspects of training like balance, qi development, qi control, breathing, coordination, flow, strength and internal cultivation.
June 11, 2006
Extremely subtle and profound, Boxing theory is not to be taken lightly. At the beginning of history martial art was of paramount importance; And it was there that science of learning has its root. Its essence has largely been lost, having been distorted to a sheer absurdity.
July 9, 2008
May 23, 2012
- Wudang Longmen Pai Kungfu 武当龙门综合拳
- Book of Balance and Harmony
- A Female Story of Daoist Cultivation
- An Empty Valley Transmitting a Voice
- Zhao Fujiang practices with his students
- Song Kong Yuan Man
- Commentary on the Mirror for Compounding the Medicine
- Deep Forest Meditation Lesson 深山传道
- Ten Daoist Steps
- WuDang Five Animals Qi Gong
- Wudang Taiji – Six Basic Skills of Taiji
- The Standing Meditation of Chinese Soaring Crane Qigong
- The Natural Mechanism of Turning Attention Around to Gaze Within
- Starting and Ending Forms of Basic Qigong Exercise Patterns
- The Arhat Holding Up the Sky
- How to Start Qi Movement
- A General Introduction to Jinggong
- Eye Exercise
- Ox Leading Posture
- The Nei-yeh Inner Cultivation or Inward Training
- Huang Sheng Shyan Tai Chi Chuan
- Masters of Heaven and Hearth
- Essences of Liu Zi Jue Health Preserving Formula
- Long by Gao Zhuangfei
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