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Pressure Point & Dim Mak Secrets

With the ebook guide, you can learn the secrets to power striking your opponent and totally dominating them in a fight. You will never be caught unawares by muggers You will be able to finish any fight and send the others running after they see what you did to the first person that tried to attack you. The writers of this book are experienced martial artists that have studied the human body and the best ways to really put injury on the body. Once you know the body like they do, the damage that you can inflict is almost beyond imagination. Learn to protect yourself! Learn from those who have studied for years and years in their chosen martial art, and give yourself an education in making your enemies run away from you. You will also get pressure point charts with this ebook, which show you Exactly where to hit to cause the most damage!

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Important Facts You Must Know About Dim

Dim Mak is deceptively easy to learn and apply. 2. Not all dim mak points are deadly, some cause paralysis while others can maim or cause loss of consciousness. 3. Not all dim mak points can heal. 5. Acupuncture is not dim mak and dim mak is not acupuncture. 6. Not all Acupuncture points are dim mak pressure points. There are over 1,000 points on the body. 7. All Acupuncture points heal but only some points are used in Dim Mak to heal. 8. Not all acupuncture theories of healing apply to dim mak. For example the midday-midnight clock used in acupuncture (also referred to as the diurnal cycle) that tells the flow of Chi in the human body is very limited for use in dim mak. It only represents about 5 to 10 percent of the total dim mak application. 9. Dim Mak uses the theoretical principles of traditional Chinese medicine to calculate and explain the outcome and severity of injury. Time of death is also calculated with this method. Cause of death is also explained with this ancient...

Using Dumeridian To Generate Fa Jing In Martial Arts

The Internal Snap Punch can be used to almost anywhere around the head and neck. One of the main targets is to the knock out point called ST 5 a little back on the jaw. This is an excellent knock out punch and has the same effect that the ST 9 point has in activating the carotid sinus. Because it is a Stomach point and that we have nerve ending in the base of the stomach that come directly from the 'Vagus' nerve, (that nerve that runs from the base of the skull down the back of the neck and into the heart and is responsible among other things for the control of the heart rate), this point works to also slow the heart rate down quite dramatically, thus causing a knock out. The point is situated on a hard bony area of the face so ti is also quite close to the surface of the skin, hence its being so effective. (Photo No. 7). This punch can also be used to the ST 9 point. This is the classic knock out or death point that all so-called knock out specialists use in...

Martial Chi Kung for Fighting

As acupuncture theory became better understood, fighting techniques were able to reach even more advanced levels. Martial artists learned to attack specific areas, such as vital acupuncture cavities, to disturb the enemy's Chi flow and create imbalances which caused injury or even death. In order to do this, the practitioner must understand the route and timing of the Chi circulation in the human body. He also has to train so that he can strike the cavities accurately and to the correct depth. These cavity strike techniques are called Dien Shiuh (Pointing Cavities) or Dim Mak (Pointing Vessels).

Never use a lock or hold as your main fighting method

This may seem contradictory as most people view Taijiquan for instance as having many such techniques. Bagwazhang and Xingyiquan (H'sing-I) do not have this idea though. I think that the idea that Taijiquan has many pushes and pulls comes from the incorrect idea that the training method of 'push hands' is in itself a martial art or self-defence art. Or in some way a fighting technique. However, push hands should never be thought of as a fighting art by itself. It is only a training method that teaches us timing, balance and how to move the body when attacked. The attacking methods in basic push hands are only there to take the place of the more realistic types of attack and defence so that the practitioners do not harm each other. So if pushes and pulls do not harm people, why use them for self-defence The only time you could use a push or a pull is to put the attacker into the line of an oncoming car. The pushes are only there in order to teach the very dangerous dim-mak point...

Never meet force on force always move at a slight angle to the attacker as you move in

Eagle vision is a marvellous way of using the eyes. Human beings are so used to focusing on things that we see, that when we do this in fighting we always lose Why, because you can see much more by not looking than you can by focusing. Eagle vision is that vision that birds have. Humans have a completely different system of vision than birds and it has to do with the way that we get blood to the eye. But we can make use of the way that birds see. An eagle for instance when catching a moving mouse, simply flies down and catches it. It does not focus on the mouse, it uses a kind of peripheral vision to lock onto the mouse's space. Sort of like locking its Qi onto that of the mouse. So if the mouse moves, so too does the eagle, the mouse cannot escape unless it goes into a hole. You must see the whole body of the attacker, and not just look at the peripheral that is attacking you. In this way it does not matter what portion he is attacking with, your body will reflexively adjust to the...

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

Are the ones that are the easiest to get at. We have gall bladder points all over our bodies from the feet right up to the head and any of these points will cause the knock out when struck in the correct direction. GB (gall bladder) 14, just above the eyebrow in the middle is one point which when struck in three different directions will cause three different effects. If for instance we strike with an upward blow to this point, it causes what is known as an energy or Qi rush to the head causing knock out or death. The brain sort of explodes Now this is where dim-mak can also be used as a healing art. We also know that the antidote for this point is GB 21 just on the shoulders. If we put pressure onto this pint and quickly brush to both sides, this will bring the Qi back down out of the head. It is exactly the same when a person is suffering from a bad case of sunstroke. So we know to use these same points to heal the sunstroke Sunstroke is the same condition of too much yang energy in...

Introduction What is the Healing Energy of the

Later volumes of Master Mantak Chia's Taoist Esoteric Yoga Encyclopedia will elucidate some of the more advanced forms of Taoist practice in healing, meditation, and self-defense, and their application in balancing the forces which daily buffet us about. Seminal Kung Fu (a sexual practice for man) and Ovarian Kung Fu (a sexual practice for woman) reveal the Taoist secrets of transforming raw sexual energy into creative energy. Iron Shirt Chi Kung strengthens the whole body fascia, organs, tendons and bones and shows how to root the human energy in the earth. Fusion of the Five Elements teaches how to transmute emotions, heal damaged organs and gain greater balance and insight into oneself. Tai Chi Chi Kung, Pa Kua Chi Kung and Palm, Hsing I Chi Kung, Death Touch Dan Mu, and Five Finger Kung Fu, build internal power, improve body alignment, and enable one to more quickly master the longer forms of Tai Chi Chuan, Pa Kua Palm, and Hsing I Chuan.

Double Wind Goes Through Ears

Chi Energy Fighting

You are being attacked by front kick and you evade by twisting your body and poke to the Dim-Mak points (acupuncture points) around his heart. Photo No. 111. He would probably block this. You now grab his hand and pull him downward using the momentum of your lowering. Photo No. 112. He would now pull backward so you spring up and attack with sidekick to his knee, keeping your palms as guards. Photo No. 113. This is from the 'Old Yang Style.'

Dual principles of solid protective posturing and agile maneuverability

If struck they cause faintness, weakness, vomiting, paralysis, and could even cause death. These vulnerable areas just described are called openings. Usually they are the more sensitive areas of nerve pathways and blood supply for example, the carotid artery supplying blood to the brain via the neck, which is also the area where the vegus nerve passes. Most often areas such as these are the forbidden or restricted points for acupuncture application and some types of massage. The correct posture, by extension and placement of limbs, feet and body angles develops a shell-like envelope around the body making it feel as if it has become a ball of steel. When this method is correctly employed under attack, the chance of being harmed is greatly reduced since the openings and weaknesses are not exposed. Learn to integrate this method into every move.

Cautionary Note to the Reader

The principles and techniques presented in this book are your information purposes only. The reader should not attempt any of the techniques and exercises in this book without the supervision of a qualified instructor. This is most especially true regarding the principles of Dim Mak. It is the strong recommendation of the author that you DO NOT attempt to apply the Dim Mak techniques on another person without a qualified instructor who is experienced in Dim Mak and revival techniques being present. As always, it is wise to consult your physician before undertaking any stressful exercise routine.

Fishes In Eight

Fishes Eight Posture

Another use of this posture is as follows You are attacked with a punch to the acupuncture (Dim-Mak) points under your left arm. You should block down with your right forearm onto your left forearm to form a scissor block. Photo No. 38. Mow swivel to your right and pull the attacker s right palm over to your right. You now strike with your left knife-edge palm to his throat as you step forward with your left foot. This is done also on the other side. Photo No. 39.

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 very basic Dim-Mak strikes and make them work. We in the original Dim-mak arts such as Taijiquan call these strikes, the Children's Strikes , those that are taught to children so that they can protect themselves very quickly not requiring any real training or power. These strikes include those to the back of the head using an open palm slap, those to the ST 9 point (carotid sinus) which works upon the physiology of the body to maintain a relatively even blood pressure. When struck, this point,...

Point Defence

By Grandmaster Dr Pier Tsui-Po Chi is a Chinese word that is better not translated into English because no English word can accurately describe its meaning. In modern mandarin pin yin spelling, it is spelt as Qi. Japanese culture calls it Ki and Indian culture prana . Irrespective how the word Chi is written, its meaning and essence is similar across cultures. Dim Mak is a martial art of Chinese origin therefore it is best to give descriptions based on Chinese culture. That way, accuracy and authenticity can be guaranteed. Chi exists on Earth, in Heaven and in humans. On Earth, the manifestation and presence of Chi are extended throughout various forms, such as in plants, water, air, or even in animals. In Heaven (the Universe) Chi takes on different forms where stars and planets such as the Sun, Moon and others exert their influence on us and also on everything else in the universe. In humans, the body is not only reliant on the integrity of its own Chi flow, but also on the dynamic...

In Wing Chun KungFu

Having read many books on Wing Chun over my 35 years in the martial arts business, it is with great pleasure that I now write the foreword for Scott Baker's book. This book is an attempt to bring Wing Chun out of the purely physical domain and in to the internal area including such things as Chi Kung (Qigong) and Dim-Mak. There have been other books that include Dim-Mak, however, these have been sketchy to say the least. Scott attempts to delve deeper into the area of point striking, covering acupuncture points and their effects etc. This book will be a great inclusion in any Wing Chun player's library.

Medical Qi

The concept of qi gained some respectability in the West via its cornerstone role in traditional medicine a discipline that makes the assumption that this type of healing qi is science. Presently a voluminous body of scientific studies has been conducted, some of which include animal studies. In this kind of qi research there are two main branches herbology, which regulates the relationship of qi to the visceral organs, and acupuncture. Acupuncture medicine is based on manipulation of internal energy circuits (meridians) with insertion of needles. The needles are placed in the gaps (pressure points) along these defined pathways to influence and balance internal qi. Where in the West, application of medical qi is most common in pain management applications, in the Far East there is much wider use. It is not uncommon to find acupuncture used side-by-side with western medicine in surgery, cancer treatment, physical rehabilitation, and as a therapeutic assist with other serious and...