2 Replies to “The Sung of Zhu Datong”

  1. I was not able to play the first clip. But the second is quite interesting.

    I’m interested that “sung” is what’s described as being exhibited here. I would have thought something like “Use of Qi and Intention’. But instead we hear “sung”. I have no chinese, but I have two eyes. I will think on this.

    What’s with the double-hopping away that the young man exhibits? Does he describe the feeling/force that he received from Master Zhu, to get uprooted in this notable way?

  2. [quote comment=""]I was not able to play the first clip. But the second is quite interesting.

    I’m interested that “sung” is what’s described as being exhibited here. I would have thought something like “Use of Qi and Intention’. But instead we hear “sung”. I have no chinese, but I have two eyes. I will think on this.

    What’s with the double-hopping away that the young man exhibits? Does he describe the feeling/force that he received from Master Zhu, to get uprooted in this notable way?[/quote]

    “sung” here means total tranquilty or relaxed to a state incoming forces will not have action and reaction. The incoming force will feel like an riding an elevator from 50 flr to ground level at high speed and looses conrol or balance. the ideas is not to react at the contact point and relaxing all 9 important joints.

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