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Qigong Power Training System

This eBook guide teaches you how to master your inner chi power to take control of more aspects of your life than you knew that you had control over. Once you've learned how to control your chi power you can heal yourself, produce energy, focus your mind, and even increase your physical strength by forming a more powerful mind-body connection. Learning how to take control of your mind and chi power is easy to learn, even for someone who has never learned to meditate or even knew what chi was. Anyone can start using this program and take control of their life and change whatever they want for the better. This book teaches you to master this power in 10 days or less It doesn't take much for you to be able to control your chi and heal and power your life! This guide can teach anyone, from the beginner to the advanced person. Read more here...

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The Faluns Configuration

The Falun of Falun Gong is an intelligent, spinning body of high-energy substances. It rotates according to the order of the entire grand movements of the cosmos. In a sense, the Falun is a miniature of the universe. In the center of the Falun there is a Buddha School symbol of srivatsa, rt, (in Sanskrit, srivatsa means the gathering of all good fortune (refer to the Ci Hai dictionary)), which is the core of the Falun. Its color is close to golden yellow, and its base color is bright red. The...

Hunyuantaiji Staff

For the staff, the main point is circles the shape is spiral and the nature is silk reeling. The four jins of stickiness, adherence, linkage and following and the five stepping methods are also incorporated into the staff form. Therefore, the staff form is full of changes. In practice, the Dang (Crotch area) must be rounded and the stance stable. The waist must turn and the arms reel, twist, wrap, turn like a screw (zuan) and turn-over (Fan). The body turns with the staff. These are the major...

Walking Tai Chi Chi Kung

Walking Tai Chi Chi Kung is essentially Tai Chi Chuan itself. Most of the walking movements are adapted from the Tai Chi sequence, the only difference being that a single movement is repeated continuously until you can feel the movement of Chi. Since you are only doing one basic movement it is easy to remember and master, and you can put all your attention on being relaxed, centered, and balanced, and thereby regulate your body. Then you can start regulating your breathing and mind, which is...

The flow

Some ways of organizing thought processes are superior to others. In the case of the art of Ba Gua Zhang, the optimal attainment occurs when thought processes achieve harmony with the Tao to create power, or te. As previously discussed, traditional Taoist belief is that man is a microcosm, a miniature Wu Ji (Void) Chaos before creation Taiji T'ai Chi Grand Principle Five elements Five symbols of creative and destructive Ba Gua Eight points of analysis Eight trigrams Standing exercise first move...

Internal martial arts are born

J ijs- The first written record of a distinctive internal style martial art (nei chia ch uari) nei chia ch'uan occurs in the 1600s where Huan Tsung-Hsi described a system of self-defense counter to Shaolin. His written commentary included notes on internal Texts on marrow washing and muscle and tendon changing attributed to Ta Mo. Texts on marrow washing and muscle and tendon changing attributed to Ta Mo. training and soft style strategy.24 Of particular interest is his principle of stillness...

Chapter The Root of Tai Chi Chuan Yin and Yang

The theory of Yin and Yang is the root of Tai Chi Chuan, and the source from which it was created and formalized. The Chi Kung sets, which are an essential part of the practice of Tai Chi, are also based on this theory. It is therefore desirable to understand Yin-Yang theory so that you can have a clear concept of what you are trying to accomplish in your practice. 2-1. The Concept of Yin and Yang, Kan and Lii Yin and Yang The Chinese have long believed that the universe is made up of two...

Tricky Question

I have been doing Qigong for some years. Lately I've been questioning my teachers ethics. Is it possible to be a good Qi gong-teacher and claim to be a master when he sleep around with many of his students. He has done a lot of good things to me and many others, but I have a problem accepting a master having sex with everyone. I thought it was important to have a pure heart and mind. Or am I just old fashioned M. D. Email Dear M With regards to you teacher sleeping with all of his students. In...

Observations Notes Quotations Reflections Questions and Answers

In order for this to have any beneficial effect on your health, approaching it with confidence, sincerity, and perseverance in practicing the exercises is very important. Only with confidence can you develop sincerity and focus your mind while exercising only with sincerity can you persevere to practice and gain the essence of the exercises and only with perseverance can you get the beneficial effects of the exercises and develop more interest in them. By Jiawen Miao, Eight Section Brocade...

Day an Qigong st

Victor Appiah

Turn on your heels to the left at the same time allowing your arms to open. II. Twist your waist to your left and circle your arms about your body, hands level with your waist. III. Cross your arms, right wrist over the left wrist, in front of your middle Dantien Fig 15 to Fig 16 Twisting smooths the Belt Channel (Daimai). Twisting the wrists helps to open the Neiquan points and crossing the wrists in front of your chest stimulates the Shenzhong point. I. Twist your waist to the right and...

Dao Qi Chang Cn Jt Jjj U Remain in the Dao Qi

Meaning Dao means road, the Way, or universal law. As for the Great Dao itself, words cannot be used to interpret it, but you can experience it through your inner cultivation. Qi is the vital breath of the Dao, the universal life force. Chang means eternal, always, continue, or often. Cun means exist, be real, or The Dao is omnipotent and omnipresent. It is everywhere all of the time. Through our practice, we can access the Dao anytime and anywhere. The Dao is not only for those who are...

What to practise

Earlier in the book I suggested that to begin with you could work your way through the Balancing Gong and Taiji Qigong sequences, learning several exercises a week, until you are familiar with all the movements. Once you are familiar with them, however, you may wish to pick and choose which exercises to include in each practice. You don't need to stick to the sequences or do the exercises in any particular order. You can simply practise the exercises you feel you need or the ones that appeal to...

Martial Arts And Chi From Abdomen

Practicing Taiji Ball

This exercise helps you to regain conscious control of the muscles in your abdomen. The lower Dan Tien is the main residence of your Original Chi. The Chi in your Dan Tien can be led easily only when your abdomen is loose and relaxed. The abdominal exercises are probably the most important of all the internal Chi Kung practices. To practice this exercise, squat down in the Horse Stance. Without moving your thighs or upper body, use the waist muscles to move the abdomen around in a horizontal...

Taoist terms in the martial arts

Gua Zhang Movement Diagram

When the literati took it upon themselves to organize the internal martial arts, they spared no effort to reconcile universal principles with the physical arts and incorporated cosmological terms into their disciplines. There are numerous examples where Taoist and Confucian universal principles were applied to the martial arts. Below is a listing of key and repeated themes in internal martial art literature. According to ancient Chinese cosmology, creation began with Wuji, the void or chaos...

One More Aloha

Masterchan

Things have changed drastically since September 11th and it has both clarified and refined many people's thinking and direction. For me, I saw that where I wanted to be was my home, and that is England. As things have become more quiet here in the Hawaii classes due to the resulting recession, the Centre in England is bubbling and so it seemed that the right thing is to stand as one rather than have resources divided. My feelings for leaving Hawaii and returning to England are very Yin Yang....

It Is The Yi Which Leads The Chi And Makes It Move

Therefore, when you are in a state of correct breath regulation, your mind is free. There is no sound, stagnation, urgency, or hesitation, and you can finally be calm and peaceful. You can see that when the breath is regulated correctly, the Chi will also be regulated. They are mutually related and cannot be separated. This idea is explained frequently in Taoist literature. The Taoist Goang Chemg Tzyy said One exhale, the Earth Chi rises one inhale, the Heaven Chi descends real man's meaning...

Talk Back

Gong For Large Intestine

How do you form a correct 'Finger Sword' and what is its function When practising Bagua Qigong, Jade Pillar Gong and Swimming Dragon we use the 'Finger Sword' technique. To make a correct Finger Sword Keep the index finger and the middle finger straight and together don't open them , and close the other three fingers. This is a Finger Sword. The Finger Sword is one of the transmission techniques. On the index finger is the Shangyang point which is connected to the Large Intestine channel, on...

Self Defence for Women

Allinurl Self Defence For Women

Being attacked from behind in the street is something that many women are aware could happen. Fig 1 Our attacker grabs the me around the neck and pulls me backwards. I must stay calm, not panic and not fight against his strength. Fig 2 iii. Following the pull, I step back with him and use an elbow to strike him forcibly in the abdomen. This halts the attacker and gives me a chance to defend myself. Fig 3a amp b The elbow strike causes the attacker to lean forwards, this gives me space to...

Variations of the Movement

Press the arms up from the forehead, and return down to the forehead. When the arms move up, the palms turn out. When the arms move down, the palms turn in. Touch both thumbs to the forehead. Breathe in when pressing up, breathe out when moving down. Also called Supporting Heaven or Holding up the Void. b Use Reverse Breathing Taoist or Reverse breathing Breathe out when your arms are pressed upward outward, breath in when your arms return down. When breathing in gently tighten your abdomen and...

Using Taoism in Everyday Life

So how does all of this philosophy apply to you, dear reader It applies quite strongly, even if you don't realize it yet. In practicing Taoism, you become a better person, both for yourself and for your loved ones. You shed the petty grievances and character flaws and learn to be more compassionate, loving, caring, and generally fun to be around. How can you apply some of the Taoist principles to your everyday life For the past 2,000 years, traditional Western thinking has been dominated by a...

Footnotes Part I

Laozi. Daodejing. Chapter 12. 3. Yijing. Xici Appended Statements . See Zhouyi Shangshixue. Beijing Zhonghua Shuju. 1988 304. There are ten commentaries to the Yijing. It is commonly believed that Confucius wrote them to assist modern people in understanding the terse and cryptic language of the original text. Today these are included with the Yijing and are referred to as the Ten Wings because they assist our minds in understanding the deeper meanings and...

Tai Chi Chuan and Chi Kung

The previous discussion can be summarized as follows L Tai'Chi was originally created as a martial arts style, and was used in combat. Chi Kung training was necessary for reaching the highest levels of fighting ability. 2. Tai Chi Chi Kung is only one style of martial Chi Kung, and martial Chi Kung is only one category of Chinese Chi Kung. Many of the Tai Chi Chi Kung movements were adapted 'rom Tai Chi Chuan forms. 3. Tai Chi Chi Kung is different from many other martial Chi Kung systems in...

Mantak Chia

Master Mantak Chia is the creator of the Universal Tao System and is the director of the Universal Tao Center and Tao Garden Health Resort and Training Center in the beautiful northern countryside of Thailand. Since childhood he has been studying the Taoist approach to life. His mastery of this ancient knowledge, enhanced by his study of other disciplines, has resulted in the development of the Universal Tao System which is now being taught throughout the world. Mantak Chia was born in Thailand...

Inner Smile The Sages Way to Unfold

Mantak Chia Cosmic Inner Smile

The Dalai Lama gave a teaching recently. The final question asked of him was, What can we give to you He beamed at the audience. That is easy, he said. Just give me your smiles. It makes me feel good when I see people smile at me. And if you smile at each other that would also be very good. So please give me your smiles. What is Tao Tao means natural way. It is really undefinable, because it includes everything that exists in Nature, plus everything that doesn't yet exist When Tao is applied to...

Chapter Conclusion

There is so much to Tai Chi that it is impossible to cover all of its theory and training in only a few books. It is also impossible for anyone to claim that he thoroughly understands Tai Chi theory and has completed the training in his short lifetime. In fact, only those advanced Tai Chi players who have reached the essence of the art's theory and practice will understand its real depth. It seems that the more you dig, the deeper it is, and the more you open your eyes, the further you will...

Turning waist to pushing palm

Turning The Waist Pushing Palms

This is a Taiji Quan movement, but we perform it differently since it is being used here for health purposes. Turning the waist strengthens your stomach and kidneys and opens the Dantien. Just make sure your palm comes from the centre when you push out. When you push with your left hand, it comes from the top of your crossed hands but when you push with your right hand, this hand comes from on top. Again, breathe on alternate sides. 1. Stand with your feet slightly wider than your shoulders....

Origins of Qi Gong

Swimming Dragon

Tao is considered to mean guiding the breath Tao Qi , and yin means to induce the breath Yin Qi . The premise of Daoyin is physical movement in conjunction with the breath to mobilize the Qi throughout the body. But there is much more meaning to it than just those ideas. At Mawangdui, near Changsha in Hunan Province, a large length of silk from the early Han Dynasty was discovered in an unearthed tomb. Painted on this silk were forty-four figures clearly performing Daoyin exercises. Thus it was...

Yin and Yang in Tai Chi Chuan

In Wang Tzong-Yeuh's Tai Chi Classic he states What is Tai Chi It is generated from Wu Chi. It is the mother of Yin and Yang. When it moves, it divides. At rest it reunites l . According to Chinese Taoist scripture, the universe was initially without life. The world had just cooled down from its fiery creation and all was foggy and blurry, without differentiation or separation, with no extremities or ends. This state was called Wu Chi literally no extremity . Later, the existing natural energy...

Warning Of Energy Gates

Bone Breathing

Bone Compression Fig. 25 Bone Breathing 2. Bone Compression This exercise is another mean of increasing the flow of Chi to the muscles and the bones, squeezing out toxins, sediment, waste material, and negative emotions that have become stored in the muscles. Once these negative qualities are cleaned out, positive ones have room to grow. Positive emotions relax the muscles and the entire body. We also know the Bone Compression as the Power Exercise or the Dynamic...

Is There A Hard Style Qi Gong

Wuji Taiji

People say today's society is getting more and more violent. Often you hear that modern, western influ enccd martial arts have been created to deal with to day's circumstances and that the streets of today are a battlefield. However, if you stay away from nega tive things then you should not have any problems. If you go out on a Friday night to a pub that is known for being violent then of course you can expect it to be a bit rough. Why learn martial arts when it would be much easier just to...

Matter of Trust

Trust is a very valuable thing, but like many things that are worth something, it is very hard to come by. Once it has been lost, it can be very difficult to get back. So in which ever walk of life you are in it is wise to look after it. I grew up on a small mid-western farm in the middle of America. For most of my childhood, we raised about a dozen cattle to take to market in the autumn so their stay on our farm, indeed on earth, was a short one. Knowing this, we children never attempted to...

Getting The m Look

As someone who has always done lots of physical activity, including tennis and squash, as well as many different forms of dance, including flamenco, I am very aware of the physical differences each activity demands. One sport will work one set of muscles, while another will work a different set. If you only ever indulge in one sport, working one set of muscles, the other muscles will be neglected and will ache when you try to use them. This can come as a surprise if you think you are fit. When...

Transform the Sexual Energy

Tan Tien Massage

Once you feel the Tan Tien is warm enough, smile down and bring the warm Chi down to the sexual organs women bring the Chi down to the uterus, men bring the Chi down to the testicles. It may feel like the 'sun shining on the water'. The rays of the sun purify the water until it becomes rising steam. Keep smiling down to the sexual organs and feel the warm or fiery feeling from the navel area continue to flow down to the sexual organs this transforms the sexual energy into Chi, and this Chi...

The Secret of Yin and Yang in Tai Chi practice

The Secret Martial Arts

Kan-Lii and Yin-Yang adjustments are critical keys for success in Chi Kung, and so adjusting them is one of the main subjects of both training and research. According to the experience of the last thousand years, a Nei Dan Chi Kung practitioner who wishes to adjust his Kan and Lii efficiently must learn how to regulate his Yi and breathing. There are also several Chiaw Men Tricky Doors which have usually been kept secret, and only taught when the student had earned the trust of his master. One...

Qigong is Wonderful

Qigong can literally change your life. In China there are countless stories of those who have been helped by its often incredible effects. One such person is Wang Yan. It had such an effect that she made it her life's work. The practice of Qigong in China has a history which stretches into the mists of antiquity along with its' companions, Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. These arts have been practised so long and wide by the people that they have become entwined as a golden thread...

The Breathing of the Universe

This exercise is very good for healing the lungs and skin and to balance the energy inside and outside of the body. If you are doing the Moving of Yin amp Yang prior to d oing the Breathing of the Universe you make the transition in the following way. Finish the Moving of Yin amp Yang by slowly bringing both hands to a stop in front of your navel at the position of your lower Dantian. For men stop with your left-hand inside of your right-hand. For women stop with the right hand inside of the...

Still Tai Chi Chi Rung

Tai Chi Chi Kung can be divided into two parts the still meditative practice and the moving meditative practice. There are many different sets of moving patterns, each with its own unique purpose and benefits. We will discuss the still meditative practices in this section, and the moving ones in the next section. Before we start, there are several important concepts which you should understand. As explained in the second chapter, compared with the moving Tai Chi Chuan which is classified as...

Iron Shirt Chi Kung

Before guns were used, the Chinese depended very much upon Kung Fu. It is at that time, about one-tenth of the Chinese nation was involved in such practice, which they engaged in from what is found at the present. At first one had to develop internal power - to get the warm current energy , to open the Microcosmic Circulation, complete another six special channels routes and an additional 24 normal channels routes so that the internal power could be circulated freely. One then learned how to...

Returning to health

Zhang Zhuang Benefits

If you are in poor health or out of shape, or if you are a patient undergoing treatment, or recovering from an illness or an operation, you can adapt the Zhan Zhuang system to suit you. Each of these positions not only gives you support, but, in Chinese medical theory, gently increases the circulation of Chi in your body. Caution You should not attempt Zhan Zhuang without the advice of a competent instructor or your doctor, which you should follow in all cases. After a few minutes of warm up...

The Greater Heaven Meditation

Extraordinary Meridians Masterpoints

The Bridge amp Linking Channels Yin amp Yang Qiao Mo and Yin amp Yang Wei Mo To open and activate the channels that extend into the extremities of the arms and legs. To integrate the four secondary extraordinary meridians, with the four primary extraordinary meridians. To turn on the complete system so that it functions as one integrated whole. To learn a fast and immediate practice that can be performed in two breaths. The Macrocosmic Orbit is the complement to the Microcosmic Orbit, it is the...

Practical Qigong For Home Health Care

The purposes of home care Qigong are the curing of disease and prolonging of life. Though there are many kinds of home care Qigong, the main division of techniques comes between neigong internal exercise and waigong external exercise . Those practised mainly in a quiescent state are called internal exercise or quiescent exercise, characterized by concentrating attention on Dantian the elixir field in concert with inhalation, exhalation and holding of breath in order to stimulate qi vital energy...

Tai Chi Chi Kung Foundation of Tai Chi Chuan

Without the circulation of chi through the channels, muscles and tendons of the body the Tai Chi Chuan movements are only physical exercises. The practice of Tai Chi Chi Kung awakens and circulates Chi energy and is therefore the foundation for the mastery of Tai Chi Chuan. The potential to develop our self-healing capabilities begins with the discovery of the flow of this vital energy through the Microcosmmic Orbit. This circulation is enhanced and sustained through the practice of Tai Chi Chi...

How to Make Your Wishes Come True

I mentioned previously that physical qigong exercise was necessary to increase the volume of qi. This is true, but only to a certain level, until you master the Microcosmic Orbit method and the early stage of the Macrocosmic Orbit method. At later stages, the main emphasis is on mental training. I learned this by teaching medical doctors and business executives in qigong seminars. I opened their Chakras when I thought they were ready to practice on a higher level, so that they could learn what...

Energy Body

Tan Tien Chi Kung

Transfer the energy of Microcosmic, Thrusting and Belt Channel from the Physical Body into the Energy Body above. Once you have practiced to this level, you are ready to form the pearl into an energy body. 1. Always do Fusion of the Five Elements to clean out the negative emotions. 2. Condense the pearl and practice the Creation Cycle, Thrusting Channels and Belt Channels. 3. Run the pearl in the Microcosmic, and control its movement with the senses. 4. Move the pearl to the perineum. Inhale in...

Trigrams In London Chinatown

1992 The year of the Monkey arrives 9 A Dynamic System 11 Dayan Qigong Wild Goose Qigong 1st 64 12 Wing Chun's Lap Sau amp Tung Toy 23 Contacts for Classes amp Seminars 25 Since the last issue of Qi Magazine we have celebrated the Chinese New Year. Many of you may know that the Chinese horoscope contains twelve animals, and that each has its own meaning. This year is the year of the monkey. What does this mean Basic theories of Qigong are very important, Yin and Yang, the five elements and the...

Yin Yang Palms

Cosmic And Earth Circuit

Separate the hands and extend them out in front of the body at navel level. The left palm is still pointing up, and is Yang drawing in the heavenly force through Laogong. The right palm is still facing down, and is Yin drawing in the earth and the galactic force from below. Conclude by turning the left palm over to face downward. Draw in the earth force through both palms. Fig. 8.17 'Yin and Yang Palms' - Right Hand connecting to Earth and Left to Heaven. Left Side Repeat on the left hand side...

All kinds of amazing psych abilities developed because they practised Qigong

Kate Britton Qigong

Dayan Qigong became very popular and Grandmaster Yang was invited to teach in many different areas. I thought that this was a good opportunity to study with her and I was again fortunate to be accepted by her, and so I started my Qigong journey. Then, after four years training, in 1988, I moved to the UK. However, Dayan Qigong is not a simple skill. It is very deep with philosophy, movements, meditation, Buddhist and Daoist healing knowledge. So even after I moved to England, I continued...

Kung Fu Weapons

Double edged straight blade, engraved amp finished with brass and copper. Comes with scabbard and tassel. Length 81cm Tse Qigong Centre members 90 Non-members 100 Well-balanced steel practice sword. Comes with carrying case and tassel. Length 71cm ' Tse Qigong Centre members 36 Non-members 41 A, Engraved blade finished in copper. Includes engraved p lacquered scabbard with brass finish. Length 77.5 cm _ Tse Qigong Centre members 95 Non-members 105 '' BC 1 Chrome plated spearhead with white wax...

Parts of the Body Affected

Heart, Small Intestine, Stomach, Lungs The Triple Warmer Southwest, Mid-Summer Sun, Wind, Yang Northwest, Mid-Autumn Ken, Mountain, Yin-Yang North, Winter K'un, Earth Intense Yin Northeast, Mid-Winter Chen, Thunder, Yin Southeast, Mid-Spring Tui, Lake, Yang-Yin Lungs, Immune System, Large Intestine The above schema was created by me based upon 1 my reading of qigong literature of a general nature, 2 my reading of books and magazine articles, and listening to media products about the Eight...

What Value in Practice

Energy Gates Qigong

Interest in internal practices is increasing in the West as more and more people are coming to recognise the health benefits that can be obtained. As a result increasing numbers of people are reading or writing books and teaching or taking classes on some form of internal training. To these people I say, What have you learned that is of true value My teacher, Lu Shui-Tian, challenged me to think deeply about my studies. I in turn askyou to reflect seriously on your practice. If you do not...

Chapter Initial Preparations

Abdominal Breath

Iron Shirt Breathing and Relaxation You must not use force in any of these procedures. These exercises depend very much upon mind control and relaxation. In doing the chin press, which is accomplished by pressing the chin down to the chest and pushing out C-7, the chest must remain relaxed if you are not to develop chest pain and congestion and if you are to avoid difficulty in breathing. Practice the relaxation of the Inner Smile and run your Microcosmic Orbit described briefly in this...

On Internal Arts

Usually the Chinese martial arts are being divided into two groups external - waijia and internal - neijia. Most systems are classified as external and only very few as internal. At beginning of 20th century a group of xingyiquan, baguazhang and taijiquan experts in Beijing decided that these arts have some common points, the same core principles, and started classifying them as one family - internal family neijia . So when we talk about internal arts, it usually means those 3 systems. There is...

Romanization of Chinese Words

YMAA Publication Center uses the Pinyin romanization system of Chinese to English. Pinyin is standard in the People's Republic of China, and in several world organizations, including the United Nations. Pinyin, which was introduced in China in the 1950's, replaces the Wade-Giles and Yale systems. Pinyin Also Spelled As Pronunciation Taijiquan Tai Chi Chuan tT je chiien For more information, please refer to The People's Republic of China Administrative Atlas, The Reform of the Chinese Written...

With Master Michael

Adam Wallace Qigong

There are many special meditationsin the Dayan system. These particular ones relate to the Yijing Scripture of Changes and will help open human potential in different way. For more information about please contact Tse Qigong Centre PO Box 918-A Kingston upon Thames Surrey KT1 9PA Tel 0845 838 2285 email tse tseqigongcentre.com www.tseqigongcentre.com Master Michael Tse is available for private lessons in London. Benefit from personal tuition with one of the foremost teachers in the west. For...

Personal Experiences with the Microcosmic

Master Chia When I first came to the U.S. I practiced acupuncture. In time I discovered that many of my patients had been referred to me by a doctor who was interested in Chi Kung. Whenever he had problem patients who didn't respond to conventional western medicine, he sent them to me. Many of them responded quite well to what I had to offer. Now I've been in this country for about four years and it was at least two years before I met the good doctor. He was excited about the way many of his...

How To Use Tai Chi As A Fighting

Chi Energy Fighting

How To Use T'ai Chi As a Fighting Art This is the electronic version of the earlier published book from 1984. Nothing has been changed other than typos being fixed and where some addition text has been added, this has been stated and is in italics. 1984 2000 Moontagu Books Australia This book contains material never before published. The enclosed information can only have come from Erle Montaigue, being the only Westerner to have received this information. It is illegal to copy and portion of...

Metal White Cool

As you slowly breathe in and out, hold your smiling energy in your lungs and send them your love. Let your lungs fill with your energy. Hold your mind there. Breathe in and out 3, 6, 9, or more times. Let your lungs fill with smiling energy until they overflow. When your Qi Energy overflows from your lungs, send it to your liver. Your liver is your largest organ and has multiple functions. It is situated below your ribs, on the right side. All day long and every day your liver is working for...

Core Concepts of Tai Chi Breathing Alignment Energy

Here's where we finally start to look at the basic principles of Qigong and T'ai Chi exercises. These principles are perhaps the most important phase of learning these arts, so please go slowly and learn them well. Don't gloss over them just because they seem boring or obvious within these principles is the real magic of T'ai Chi. Breathing is the soul of T'ai Chi without proper breathing, you'll never gain all of the benefits possible, and will just be performing a dance. True, that dance will...

By Erle Montaigue

Much confusion seems to have been created by people who practice martial arts other than dim-mak specific martial arts when they claim all kinds of things about this deadly art. So what follows is a list of things that one should consider when deciding upon a dim-mak instructor. 1 . Dim-Mak does work. But only if you have invested in the many years it takes to learn it and that the art has been learnt internally It does not work if you cannot fight to begin with 2 . Anyone is able to learn the...

Paul Blakey Qui Gong

Chi Energy Power

The way people look at things largely dictates the way they act and behave. Eastern and Western cultures see things in entirely different ways. To understand Chinese Medicine, you need to understand the Chinese way of 'looking'. by Glenn Gossling Many of you will have tried some form of meditation at one point or another, and to different people meditation means different things. Ch'an Buddhism emphasises a great deal of meditation, but for what purpose Continuing the Wild Goose, Lesson 9, from...

Starting and Resting Position Wu Ji

Your feet should be close together - touching each other. This aids in the improvement of balance however, a stance with the feet 7-15 apart may be more productive and efficient for many persons. The toes should be pointed straight ahead. Both feet should be flat on the floor. Relax your body. Stay balanced and centered. Clear you mind and set aside the work and worries of the day. Smile Refer to Mantak Chia's comments on the Inner Smile. Keep your head up and look forward. Your eyes should be...

Tan Tien Chi Kung and the Alchemical Process

Tan Tien Love

The sound Ha together with the sounds Ho and Hum constitute a triad of sounds which serve as seed mantras in the hundred syllable mantra in Tibetan Buddhist practice, by which the highest wisdom energies are invoked. Specific sounds raise particular energy frequencies in each organ. Obviously the sound ha is the sound which makes the whole body feel good, as it generates Chi and make energies move, so that a state of well being is experienced. Laughing and smiling are natural ways the body uses...

Washing Negative Qi Away

In the world of qi, human beings are still in the primitive stage, like babies who often stumble and fall when they start to walk. As you continue to practice qigong, you may see psychological and physical changes. As long as you are practicing the Microcosmic Orbit method properly, no particular change will occur. But when you begin to realize that you are communicating with the qi of the universe, you will start to change. Don't be afraid of this change, because it is a form of evolution. You...

Push Hands Patterns

Dan Shou Ping Quan Single Hand Horizontal Circle 2. Dan Shou Li Quan Single Hand Spiraling and Rolling Circle 3. Xiao Bi Li Quan Single Hand Forearm Vertical Circle 4. Da Bi Li Quan Single Hand Arm Vertical Circle 5. Zhua Na Cai Lu Shou Grasp, Catch, Cai and Lu Circle 6. Wai Zhou Ji Lu Shou Outer Elbow Ji and Lu 7. Nei Zhou Ji Lu Shou Inner Elbow Ji and Lu 8. Zuo You Ji Jian Left and Right Shoulder Ji 12. Zhuan Quan Kao Kai While Turning 1. Si Zheng Shou Peng Jin Four Cardinal Peng 2. Si...

Tan Tien Chi Kung

How Feel Energy Palm

These opening movements have been described in Parts I, II, III. Refer to Part I to refresh your practice. Hands Down at Sides - Palms Facing Each Other - Bone Breathing - Absorbing Cosmic Chi. Channeling the Earth Force - Washing the Bone Marrow. Raise arms to chest height - Palms facing each other. Open the Tiger's Mouth - Index Finger up, thumb down. Activate and Beam to the Eye of the Hip. Large Intestine 4 - Eye of the Hand. Pericardium 9 - Tip of the Middle Finger. Small Intestine 3 -...

Wushu Exercises

Wushu Kick Exercises

Page 22 Qi Magazine July August 2002 could study martial arts. As a result, he vowed not to let his father down and worked very hard at his training. In 1 970, the Chinese government started to bring jack some of the old skills and Wushu was one of them. Suddenly it becamea respected skiil. The Chinese government began a searchfor talented young people to be representatives of the Wushu Athletic skill. This was also a time of political change. China had finished their relationship with Russia...

Introduction What is the Healing Energy of the

In the sixth century B.C., Lao-Tse began his classic essay, the Tao Te Ching, with this admonition The Tao which can be spoken of is not the Tao. Loosely translated, Tao means the way or the power. In early Chinese writings the Tao implied an understanding of life which stressed individual harmony with the forces of nature. The Taoist sages often became hermits that lived in the mountains and disdained offers of power from admiring emperors, saying they preferred the Ruler of Nature to the...

Four keys Relax Root Breathe and Focus

Relax Breath Smooth

To practice the Chi-kung within Sil Num Tao you will start the form as usual. It is essential to remain relaxed and calm the mind throughout the exercise. Wing Chun is a soft Chi-kung system not a hard Chi-kung system. Relaxation is essential to allow the energy to flow naturally through the body. As you set up the stance, relax and allow your attention to sink into the earth. At the same time lift very slightly from the top of the head. The feeling should be one of having your head suspended...

Returning the Gift to the Chen Family

Chenjiagou in Wenxian County, Henan Province is the birthplace of Chen Style Taijiquan. There are famous masters in every generation. A famous master of the 17th generation. Master Chen Fake became a representative owing to his outstanding kung fu ability. In 1928, Master Chen Fake left Chenjiagou, resided in Beijing and taught Chen Style Taijiquan. Beijing then became the centre of Chen Style Taijiquan. By the end of the Cultural Revolution 1966-1976 , there was a nationwide movement of...

Da Cheng Quan

Dacheng Quan

Da Cheng Quan is one of the valuable methods of Chinese martial arts . It was created by Master Wang Xiang Zhai and it is a collection of the essence of Shaolin Quan, Xingyiquan and Baguazhang. Its emphasis is on practical fighting skill. The Non-stop Hitting Techniques are the basic techniques which are very powerful and useful fighting techniques. First we perform the technique individually. Imagine there is an opponent in front of you and that you use the technique against him. i. Stand with...

Beginners Reverse the Chi Flow

Easiest of all, however, and most recommended for beginners who are often unable to send the energy through the palate, is to return the energy to the navel along the same route it came from. Simply reverse the flow of the chi and take it back down the spine and continue all the way to the feet. Then bring it up your front to the navel, throat, and palate. Practice the following sequence to drain excess energy collected in the head and circulate it to the Door of Life and the soles of the feet....

The Pineal Gland as a Sensor of PRANA or QI

Images Pineal Gland Midbrain

How, and w ith w hich parts of t heir b odies, do liv ing c reatures sense c hanges in th e electromagnetic field Here I would like to i ntroduce a n i nteresting experiment A tiny electrode was inserted into the pineal gland of the exposed brain of a guinea pig, and a helmholtz coil was set around the animal's head. We then created an artificial magnetic field, and c hecked t he reaction of t he n erve cells in th e pineal g land. T he am ount of electric discharge was seen to change with...

Taiji I The Universal Life Force

The unity of everything follows the energetic state of Wuji, the primordial cosmic Qf. Wuji generated an inner momentum creating two opposing movements. This is the dynamic Q state of Taiji. The literal meaning of Taiji is extreme ends or going to the limit. For example, a circle O stretched horizontally to the end of its limit will eventually become a straight line . In fact, in Yijing science, the number one represents Taiji. In Chinese, the number one is written as a horizontal line . It has...

The Legacy Continues

Hunyuan Xinyi Chen Logo

Master Feng is a prolific martial artist, both in martial art and in literary abilities. Not only does he have high-level expertise in martial art, he is also a very learned person. He likes to take advantage of the essence of various styles to his own use. His mind is always open. He is not conservative and he is always willing to share his experiences and the earlier teachings of his masters with others in the form of written and oral teachings. Over the decades, he has published the...

Chi Kung and the Balance of Water and Fire

Iron Shirt Qigong

Tan Tien Chi Kung involves the simultaneous training of body and mind by way of activating mind power. The combined and integrated activity of the mind, the heart and the eye power are the major sources of activation of the subtle energy and the transformations it requires and enhances. The more the mind is awakened, the more the heart is opened and the more the eye is trained to look inward, the easier it becomes for the mind to lead and guide the movement of Chi through the body. Thus the...

How to open the Microcosmic Orbit for women

Points Zhineng Qigong Bai Hui

Strengthen the QI ball until you can feel magnetic pressure or tingling sensations. 2. Bring the QI ball to the crown of your head. 3. With your palms tu rned toward to your head, stimulate Bai-Hui with the QI ball, as in a m assage, but without touching your head. You will feel a light pressure on or tingling sen-sations in the head. 4. When you feel the QI sensations strongly enough, bring the QI ball slowly to the back of your head Nao-Fu , the back of your neck Da-Chui , Ling-Tai, and to...

Shri Kalachakra Mandala

Shri Kalachakra

Chenrczig for compassion and healing. Tara for the female aspects of compassion and Kalachara. the wheel of time. The mandala in the picture showing Kalachara represents how things come into being and then pass away. In Tibetan traditions of Buddhism, mandalas are created for initiation rituals, when the teacher gives the pupil permission to meditate on and follow the teachings of a certain deily in order to produce the same attributes. This is known as direct...

Move Forward

Where Put Gates Fengshui

The summer courses are always the highlight of the year for me even though there is lot of preparation involved. But I am so happy when everyone comes together like a big family and we practise and eat and learn together. It is a pretty frantic pace for three weeks with students coming for the Instructor Course, then the Damo Staff and then Plum Blossom Walking Gong. By the third course, everything is starting to wind down and the Qigong is very relaxing and balances everything. Next year,...

Tribute to Wang Hao Da

Master Wang Hao

Sadly, our world is a little poorer, with the passing of Wang Hao Da on 24 May 2002. His remarkable life was cut too soon short at 78, by lung cancer, in Shanghai. The sacrifices and commitment he made to his art produced an outstanding martial artist. Those of us privileged to study with him in North America, Europe, and China were able to witness his outstanding abilities, but it was his unique character that truly captured us time and again. Wang Hao Da began his internal arts career late in...

Prolapse Of Lumbar Intervertebral Disc

Exercise Prolapsed Intervertebral Disc

Prolapse of the lumbar intervertebral disc, also called prolapse of the nucleus pulposus of the lumbar intervertebral disc, is common in young and middle aged people. Patients feel pain on one side of the waist and leg. If not treated in time, The main symptom is' pain on one side of the waist and radiating pain in one leg, or a numb, cold and swollen feeling in the affected leg. Qigong exercises should be used when symptoms and signs are relieved after massage treatment. a Hip bone moving...

Perineum Power

The Perineum Pineal Gland

A critical role in Tan Tien Chi Kung breathing and the creation of the right pressure in the Lower Tan Tien lies in the tightening and sealing of the sexual organ, the perineum and the anus. The ability to contract the pelvic floor and the coordination of holding up and tightening the sexual organ, perineum and the anus is essential. This ability prevents leakage of essence energy and preserves it so that it may be transformed into vital life force energy and spirit energy. This practice is...

Standing Post Qigong

Stangind Qigong

Qigong or Chi Kung is a general term that refers to various methods of Chinese exercise. There are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of qigong methods, but each is broadly based on the same philosophical and medical theories. These include the principles of yin and yang, Five Element theory, traditional Chinese medicine, Buddhism, Taoism and so on. The phrase qigong consists of two Chinese characters Qi, which can be literally translated as breath, and Gong which is translated as effort or...

Standing Too Long

Could you please give me some advice regarding my Qigong practice I am 16 years old and currently practice Zhuan Zhuang style Qigong and have been for several months now. It is recommended by masters that I should practice my Qigong for up to 20 minutes each day. At first this was very difficult, however, now it seems to be getting much easier. In fact, I often seem to persevere for much longer than is recommended, often standing for over 40 minutes. I would like to know if this could at all be...

Exercises to Bring More Chi Pressure and Energy Vibration in the Tan Tien

Qigong Exercises Zhan Zhuang

You can just repeat the exercises. The only difference is that this time you use your fingers to give counter pressure against the pressure of the Chi from inside. a. Put your fingers on the Chi Hai in the lower abdomen. Smile and do a few abdominal breaths. b. Inhale half of the breath, hold the breath, inhale more and pull up the front part of the anus and push at the same time against the lower part of the Tan Tien, against the pressure from your fingers and feel a suction. Slowly exhale...

Circulate your Chi in the Microcosmic Orbit

Microcosmic Orbit

In the preceding breathing exercises, you have been asked at certain points to circulate the Microcosmic Orbit. Your life-force energy thus must be circulated through specific pathways in the body efficiently and safely to be used for healing and growth. The Microcosmic Orbit circulation uses the power of the mind to help activate the sacral and cranial pumps into pumping the life-force energy throughout the body. It is much easier to cultivate your energy if you first understand the major...

Jessica Blackwell Qigong

Wing Chun Four Gates

My uncle was very strict and made me practise Siu Lim Tao Wing Chun's first form for at least half an hour. With only a little movement, this taught me to be patient, and quickly I found that once I accepted the training it changed from a boring, painful chore to a calm relaxed feeling. Then I began How often have you wondered which technique you should use when studying martial arts The answer can be found in the principles that guide your art. Everything has it unique...

Tan Tien Chi Kung and the Universal Tao Practices

Universe Yin And Yang

It is in the Lower Tan Tien that the condensation process started from which our life began. This is where all the energies of heaven and earth in the lovemaking of our parents and ancestors and their essences came together and created the embryo and our Original Chi. In the Cosmic Healing Sounds practice, sound combined with movement serves to soften and cool down overheated organs which have tended to contract and harden as a result of stress. The body temperature is rebalanced and the free...

Activate The Energy Point Laogong

Cosmic Healing Images

Activate the Outer and Inner Arm Gates Activate Waiguan Triple Warmer 5 and Neiguan Pericardium 6 - Right arm on top. Slowly rotate the arms so that both palms face down. Cross the right wrist over the left wrist with 1 inch of space between the hands. Align PC-6 of the right wrist with TW-5 of the left wrist. Feel the two gates activate each other like metal and magnet drawn to each other. Hold for a 5 to 30 second count. Fig. 8.60 Align and activate PC-6 Right with TW-5 Left . Fig. 8.60 Align...

Anus Region is divided into Five Parts

Urogenital Diaphragm Female

The anus is divided into five regions a middle. b front, c back, d left, and e right. Fig. 2.19 The middle of the anus Chi is connected with the organs as follows the vagina-uterus, the aorta and vena cava, stomach, heart, thyroid and parathyroids, pituitary gland, pineal and top of the head. Fig. 2.20 The front of the anus Chi is connected with the following organs the prostate gland, bladder, small intestine, stomach, thymus gland, and front part of the brain. Fig. 2.21 a and b Anal Sphincter...

Me get on to the intricacies of dimmak Five Ways To Knock

OUT There are 5 different ways to cause knock out. Everyone knows that if we are struck with a lump of wood over the head that this causes knock out. The brain causes the body to black out to try and help itself to recover using all of its available energy for that recovery. This is the first and most basic way. The second way is to cause the muscles around the lungs to constrict violently by going in to spasm thus causing the person to black out. This can be achieved by a strike to St 15 or to...

Qi Energy Vibration Frequency

OUR FEELINGS, thoughts and emotions are all energy. Each has its own energy frequency and vibration, as all things do. When that frequency and vibration meets the frequency and vibration of an organ in the body they will produce resonance. When this resonance of negative feelings happens too often or is too strong, it can cause damage to the organ. The resonance created by positive, balanced thoughts and emotions can help to strengthen and heal the organ. This may sound strange to you but there...

Practice of Anus and Perineum Power

Anus Perineum

Breathing exercises to develop the Chi pressure in all the following seven areas and in the whole Tan Tien. We distinguish seven important areas in the Lower Tan Tien where we would like to develop the Chi pressure A. Below the navel Chi Hai Ocean of Chi . B. Lowest Abdominal Bladder area. C. Above the navel Area of the Solar Plexus. D. Both left and right sides of the front part of the Tan Tien. E. Both left and right sides of the body. Fig. 4.15 Areas for the development of Chi Pressure...

Dragon and Tiger Breath Dragon Breath

Chang Shou Gong

Inhale with a high pitched Hunnnn sound and feel the suction in the Upper Tan Tien. Raise the arms up above the head and feel the throat center like a vacuum. Feel the Chi pressure in the Lower Tan Tien and the throat. Feel Sucking in the Mideyebrow Inhale with the Hunnnn Sound Breathe through the Nose High Pitched Sound Inhale with high pitched Dragon Sound and Feel the Sucking. L Feel Sucking in the Mideyebrow Inhale with the Hunnnn Sound Breathe through the Nose High Pitched Sound Lightly...

Chapter General Introduction

Pleura And Musculature

Universal Tao System and Iron Shirt Chi Kung In addition to the more popularly known martial arts disciplines of Kung Fu and Tai Chi the Universal Tao System includes health practices, healing arts, the development of a state of mindfulness, and the management of vital energy Chi . The martial arts aspect of this training, the practice of Iron Shirt, develops a highly refined moral and spiritual awareness. The goal of the Universal Tao System is to keep our physical bodies in good condition...

The Head of the Wild Goose Qigong System

Today people do things only thinking about themselves. As a result, society is getting more selfish. At school children are not taught how to be a good person. They are only taught about making money. This is wrong and so society has more criminals and bad things are happening all the time. Through learning Qigong and martial arts, we learn how to discipline ourselves and be patient. Thus we become better people as we train our hearts to be better. Our teachers educate us and show us not only...

Moderate Pace More Vigorous Movements Energetic Yang Style

Gong Living Buddha

This sequence favors a warm up phase, energetic phase, cool down phase, and resting phase. The number of repetitions of each movement are increased, the horse stances are lower, and the movements more energetic and forceful. It corresponds to a Qigong-Yoga Exercise Cycle that I use, which is based on one I Ching Trigram arrangement. 1. Bouncing on the Toes Warmup. Thunder Chen over Earth. 2. Punching with Angry Eyes Stoke the Fires of Growth, Heat Li Building. 3. Touching Toes then Bending...

Bridge Channels Yin and Yang Chiao Mo Function

Yin Channel Flow

The Bridge Channels, also called the Heel Vessels as they originate at the heels, regulate the amount of energy being used by all the other meridians in the body. They act like a bridge linking together the stored Chi in the body and the areas in need of Chi. Usually if any meridian uses more energy than it needs to flow properly, then other meridians become deficient as a result. Thus the Bridge Channels seek to assure that your energy is distributed in a balanced way. The Yin Bridge Channel...

What is the Inner Smile

Man without smiling face should not open a shop. The Inner Smile is a simple, effortless Daoist Taoist meditation on how to live with an open heart. You can practice it sitting quietly, or while engaged in everyday activities. The Inner Smile challenges us, in a series of smiling baby steps, to unconditionally accept every aspect of our body, mind, and spirit. The Inner Smile connects our biological self, our psychological self, and our spiritual self in a practical way. It ingeniously captures...

Never use a lock or hold as your main fighting method

Locks and holds do not work in a realistic fighting situation. I have discovered this aspect of fighting through my own experiences and from that of others who have survived street attacks. It is all right to use a lock to control an attacker once he has been disabled by using a point strike or some other striking disabling method. However, if you try to use a lock or hold against someone who is trying to harm you, then you will lose the confrontation. This is especially important in the street...

Breathing Techniques for Tai Chi Exercises

Breathing techniques for T'ai Chi are the same as they are for Qigong you are trying to breathe diaphragmatically, without holding or forcing the breath. One way to remember the proper breathing is to think of the martial meaning of the movements. So, when you are Warding Off, or pushing someone away, you are exerting yourself and need to exhale. When you are beginning to step and are drawing your feet together, or are coiling your arm across your body, you are in a defensive mode, so you would...

Opening the Functional and Governor Channels Theory Functional and Governor Channels

Chi Energy Ball

The Functional and Governor Channels are the first two of the eight extraordinary channels described earlier in this chapter beginning p.178 . They serve as the reservoirs of yin and yang energy in the body. The Functional or Conception Channel is yin and all of the ordinary yin channels connect to it. Similarly, the Governor Channel is yang and all of the ordinary yang channels connect to it. Enlightenment Gland, Gland of Direction Wei-Chung BL-40 extra Spirit Energy is stored here. Pituitary...

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