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Ba Duan Jin At^

Eight Pieces of Brocade. A Wai Dan Qigong practice which is said to have been created by Marshal Yue Fei during the Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279 A.D.).

Literally, "Eight Divinations." Also called the Eight Trigrams. In Chinese philosophy, the eight basic variations; shown in the Yi Jing as groups of single and broken lines.

Eight Trigrams Palm. One of the internal Qigong martial styles, believed to have been created by Dong, Hai-Chuan between 1866 and 1880 A.D.

Bai He

Means "White Crane." One of the Chinese southern martial styles. Bao Pu Zi fetti

A well-known Qigong and Chinese medical book written by Ge Hong during the Jin dynasty in the 3rd century A.D.

Bao Shen Mi Yao

A Qigong and medical book written by Cao, Yuan-Bai during the Qing dynasty (16441911 A.D.) which described moving and stationary Qigong practices.

Literally, "Eight Divinations." Also called the Eight Trigrams. In Chinese philosophy, the eight basic variations; shown in the Yi Jing as groups of single and broken lines.

Bian Que

A well-known physician who wrote the book, Nan Jing (Classic on Disorders) during Chinese Qin and Han dynasties (221 B.C.-220 A.D.,).

Bian Shi

Stone probes that were used before metal needles were available to press the acupuncture cavities for healing.

Cao, Yuan-Bai

A well-known physician and Qigong master who wrote a book called Bao Shen Mi Yao (The Secret Important Document of Body Protection) during the Qing dynasty (1644-1911 A.D.) which described moving and stationary Qigong practices.

A Chinese school of Mahayana Buddhism which asserts that enlightenment can be attained through meditation, self-contemplation and intuition, rather than through study of scripture. Chan is called Zen in Japan.

Chang i.

Long.

Chang Chuan (Changquan)

Means "Long Range Fist." Chang Chuan includes all northern Chinese long range martial styles. Chang Chuan has also been used to refer to Taijiquan.

Chang, Xiang-San ikis.

A well-known Chinese martial artist in Taiwan.

Changquan (Chang Chuan) IlI-

Means "Long Range Fist." Changquan includes all northern Chinese long range martial styles. Changquan has also been used to refer to Taijiquan.

Chao, Yuan-Fang i-ti

A well-known physician and Qigong master from the Sui and Tang dynasties (581-907 A.D.). Chao, Yuan-Fang compiled the Zhu Bing Yuan Hou Lun (Thesis on the Origins and Symptoms of Various Diseases), which is a veritable encyclopedia of Qigong methods, listing 260 different ways of increasing the Qi flow.

Chen, Ji-Ru ttMlti

A well-known physician and Qigong master who wrote the book, Yang Shen Fu Yu (Brief Introduction to Nourishing the Body) about the three treasures: Jing (essence), Qi (internal energy), and Shen (spirit), during the Qing dynasty (1644-1911 A.D.).

Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming's White Crane master.

The energy pervading the universe, including the energy circulating in the human body.

The Gongfu of Qi, which means the study of Qi.

Literally "grab control." A component of Chinese martial arts which emphasizes grabbing techniques, to control your opponent's joints, in conjunction with attacking certain acupuncture cavities.

Chong Mai X&-

Thrusting Vessel. One of the eight extraordinary Qi vessels.

Chun Qiu Zhan Guo

Spring and Autumn Warring Era. A period in Chinese history from 722-222 B.C.

Da Mo

The Indian Buddhist monk who is credited with creating the Yi Jin Jing and Xi Sui Jing while at the Shaolin monastery. His last name was Sardili and he was also known as Bodhidarma. He was once the prince of a small tribe in southern India.

Da Zhou Tian

Literally, "Grand Cycle Heaven." Usually translated as "Grand Circulation." After a Nei Dan Qigong practitioner completes Small Circulation, he will circulate his Qi through the entire body or exchange the Qi with nature.

Literally, "Field of Elixir." Locations in the body that can store and generate Qi (elixir) in the body. The Upper, Middle, and Lower Dan Tian are located respectively between the eyebrows, at the solar plexus, and a few inches below the navel.

The way. By implication, the "natural way."

Morality Classic. Written by Lao Zi.

The Dao family. Daoism. Created by Lao Zi during the Zhou dynasty (1122-934 B.C.). In the Han dynasty (c. 58 A.D.), it was mixed with the Buddhism to become the Daoist religion (Dao Jiao).

Dao Jiao tt

Daoist religion created by Zhang, Dao-Ling who combined traditional Daoist principles with Buddhism during the Chinese Han dynasty.

A well-known physician and Qigong master who compiled the book, Yang Shen Yan Ming Lu (Records of Nourishing the Body and Extending Life) from 420 to 581 A.D.

The Earth. Earth, Heaven (Tian) and Man (Ren) are the "Three Natural Powers" (San Cai).

Di Li means "geomancy" and Shi means "teacher." Therefore Di Li Shi is a teacher or master who analyzes geographic locations according to the formulas in the Yi Jing (Book of Changes) and the energy distributions in the earth. Also called Feng Shui Shi.

The Qi or the energy of the earth.

Dong Han dynasty ii

A Chinese dynasty from 25-168 A.D.

Dong, Hai-Chuan f

A well-known Chinese internal martial artist who is credited as the creator of Baguazhang in the late Qing dynasty (1644-1911 A.D.).

Du Mai If*

Usually translated as "Governing Vessel." One of the eight extraordinary vessels. Feng Shui Shi

Literally, "Wind water teacher." Teacher or master of geomancy. Geomancy is the art or science of analyzing the natural energy relationships in a location, especially the interrelationships between "wind" and "water," hence the name. Also called Di Li Shi.

A famous physician and Qigong master who wrote the book, Bao Pu Zi during the Jin dynasty in the 3rd century A.D.

Ge Zhi Yu Lun

The Chinese name of the book, A Further Thesis of Complete Study. A medical and Qigong thesis written by Zhu, Dan-Xi during Chinese Song, Jin, and Yuan dynasties (960-1368 A.D.).

Gongfu (Rung Fu) k

Means "Energy-time." Anything that takes time and energy to learn or to accomplish is called Gongfu.

Guai Zi Ma

The Guai Zi Ma was an ancient version of the tank. It was a chariot carrying armored men, drawn by three fully armored horses connected by a chain. Guai Zi Ma was invented by the Jin general Wu Zhu during the Chinese Song dynasty.

Guang Chen Zi lÄi

A well-known Daoist Qigong master who lived from 1140-1212 A.D. during the Chinese Jin dynasty. His layman name is He, Da-Tong.

Guoshu SM

Abbreviation of Zhongguo Wushu, which means "Chinese Martial Techniques."

Han dynasty

A dynasty in Chinese history from 206 B.C.-221 A.D.

Han Qi

Marshal Yue Fei's landlord when Fei was a child.

A well-known Chinese martial artist, especially in Taiwan in the last forty years. Master Han is also Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming's Long Fist Grand Master.

Hangzhou feW

A Chinese city in Zhejiang province.

An officer who was assigned as an investigator for Marshal Yue Fei's case during the Chinese Song dynasty.

Henan province

A province in China.

Hou Tian Qi

Post-Birth Qi. This Qi is converted from the Essence of food and air and is classified as "fire Qi" since it can make your body too Yang.

Hu Bu Gong jfcf*J]

Tiger Step Gong. A style of Qigong training.

A well-known physician who lived during the Chinese Jin dynasty in the 3rd century A.D.

Huan Jing Bu Nao IftiSfi

Literally, "To return the Essence to nourish the brain." A Daoist Qigong training process wherein Qi that is converted from Essence is led to the brain to nourish it.

Slow.

Huiyin (Co-lJ

An acupuncture cavity belonging to the Conception Vessel.

Huo Long Gong iiii

Fire Dragon Gong. A style of Qigong training created by Taiyang martial stylists.

Huo Lu JciS-

Fire path. One of the paths in Small Circulation meditation.

Jiao Hua Gong "Hbift

Beggar Gong. A style of Qigong training.

Jin dynasty i

A dynasty in China from 1115-1234 A.D.

Jin dynasty f

A Chinese dynasty in the 3rd century A.D.

The Chinese name of the book, Prescriptions from the Golden Chamber, which discusses the use of breathing and acupuncture to maintain good Qi flow. This book was written by Zhang, Zhong-Jing during the Chinese Qin and Han dynasties, 221 B.C.-220 A.D.

Jin Pai

Literally, "Golden seal." Jin Pai is an emperor's official seal which verified that the order was from the emperor himself.

Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming's White Crane grand master.

Essence. The most refined part of anything.

Jing if

Calm and silent.

Jing M

Channels. Sometimes translated as "Meridian." Refers to the twelve organ-related "rivers" which circulate Qi throughout the body.

Jingmen ftrl

Essence Doors. Two cavities located in the kidney area on the back of the body. Jing Qi

Essence Qi. The Qi that has been converted from Original Essence. Jing Zi ¡fti

Literally, "Essence son." The most refined part of human essence. The sperm. Ju Jing Hui Shen

Literally "Gathering your Jing to meet your Shen." This implies concentration. Jun Qing tt

A Daoist and Chinese doctor from the Chinese Jin dynasty, 265-420 A.D. Jun Qing is credited as the creator of the Five Animal Sports Qigong practice.

Kao Tao i i

Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming's first Taijiquan master.

Kung (Gong)

Means "Energy" or "Hard work."

Literally, "Energy-time." Any study, learning, or practice that requires patience, energy, and time to complete. Since practicing Chinese martial arts requires a great deal of time and energy, Chinese martial arts are commonly called Gongfu.

Kuoshu (Guoshu)

Literally, "National techniques." Another name for Chinese martial arts. First used by President Chiang, Kai-Shek in 1926 at the founding of the Nanking Central Guoshu Institute.

Lan Shi Mi Cang i

Secret Library of the Orchid Room. A Chinese medical and Qigong book written by Li Guo during the Song, Jin, and Yuan dynasties, 960-1368 A.D.

The creator of Daoism, also called Li Er.

Li Er

The nick name of Lao Zi. The creator of scholarly Daoism. Li Guo

A well-known Chinese physician and Qigong master who wrote the book, Lan Shi Mi Cang (Secret Library of the Orchid Room) during the period of the Song, Jin, and Yuan dynasties, 960-1368 A.D.

Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming's Long Fist master.

A famous Qigong master from the Chinese Yuan dynasty.

Liang dynasty %

A Chinese dynasty from 502-557 A.D.

The small Qi channels which branch out from the primary Qi channels and are connected to the skin and to the bone marrow.

Means "Vessel" or "Qi channel."

Mian

Soft.

Ming dynasty <$$1

A Chinese dynasty from 1368 to 1644 A.D.

Ming Tian Gu

To beat the heavenly drum. A Qigong practice for waking up and clearing the mind in which the back of the head is tapped with the fingers.

Mingmen (Gv-4)

An acupuncture cavity belonging to the Governing Vessel.

Nanjing

Classic on Disorders. A medical book written by the famous physician Bian Que during the Qin and Han dynasties, 221 B.C.-220 A.D. Nan Jing describes the methods of using breathing to increase Qi circulation.

Literally "Southern Song." After the Song dynasty was conquered by the Jin race from Mongolia, the Song people moved south and established another country, called Southern Song, 1127-1279 A.D.

Nei Dan rt ft

Literally "Internal elixir." A form of Qigong in which Qi (the elixir) is built up in the body and spread out to the limbs.

Illustrated Explanation of Nei Gong. A Qigong book written by Wang, Zu-Yuan during the Qing dynasty. This book presents the Twelve Pieces of Brocade and explains the idea of combining both moving and stationary Qigong.

Nei Shi Gongfu W^M

Nei Shi means "To look internally," so Nei Shi Gongfu refers to the art of looking inside yourself to read the state of your health and the condition of your Qi.

Qi i

The general definition of Qi is: universal energy, including heat, light, and electromagnetic energy. A narrower definition of Qi refers to the energy circulating in human and animal bodies. A current popular model is that the Qi circulating in the human body is bioelectric in nature.

Qi Hua Lun kitik

Qi variation thesis. An ancient treatise which discusses the variations of Qi in the universe.

Qi Huo

To start the fire. In Qigong practice, when you start to build up Qi at the Lower Dan Tian.

Qi Lun

Literally "Belly wheel." It is a term that the Daoists commonly use for the navel. The Daoists, like the Buddhists, believe that people die and are reborn repeatedly in cycles that move like a great wheel. The abdomen, specifically the navel area, is strongly involved in this reincarnation.

Qian Jin Fang fi j

Thousand Gold Prescriptions. A medical book written by a well-known physician Sun, Si-Mao during the Sui and Tang dynasties, 581-907 A.D. This book describes the method of leading Qi, and also describes the use of the Six Sounds.

Qigong (Chi Kung) iii^

Gong means Gongfu (Energy-time). Therefore, Qigong means study, research, and/or practices related to Qi.

Qigong An Mo

Qigong massage.

An acupuncture cavity belonging to the Conception Vessel.

Qin dynasty i-ia

A Chinese dynasty from 255-206 B.C.

Qin Kuai l-t

The prime minister of the Southern Song dynasty.

Literally "Grab control." A component of Chinese martial arts that emphasizes grabbing techniques to control your opponent's joints, in conjunction with attacking certain acupuncture cavities.

Qing dynasty ifli

The last Chinese dynasty, 1644-1912 A.D.

Qing Xiu Pai if i

Peaceful Cultivation Division. A division of Daoist Qigong training that is similar to that of Buddhism.

Ren A

Man or mankind.

Ren Mai ftt

Conception Vessel. One of the Eight Extraordinary Vessels.

Ren Qi Ai

Human Qi.

Ren Shi Af

Literally, "Human relations." Human events, activities and relationships.

Emperor of the Song dynasty, 1023-1064 A.D.

Ru Men Shi Shi ft rmi

The Confucian Point of View. A book written by Zhang, Zi-He during the Song, Jin, and Yuan dynasties, 960-1368 A.D.

Three treasures. Essence (Jing), energy (Qi) and spirit (Shen). Also called San Yuan (three origins).

San Ben

The Three Foundations.

Three powers. Heaven, Earth and Man. San Yuan -H-x,

Three origins. Also called "San Bao" (Three treasures). Human Essence (Jing), energy (Qi) and spirit (Shen).

Sanjiao

Triple burner. In Chinese medicine, the body is divided into three sections: the upper burner (chest), the middle burner (stomach area), and the lower burner (lower abdomen).

Shang Dan Tlan

Upper Dan Tian. Located at the third eye, it is the residence of the Shen (spirit).

Shang dynasty M

A Chinese dynasty from 1766-1154 B.C.

A monastery located in Henan Province, China. The Shaolin Temple is well known because of its martial arts training.

Spirit. According to Chinese Qigong, the Shen resides at the Upper Dan Tian (the third eye).

Shen ft

Deep.

Shen Xin Ping Heng

Body and heart (mind) balanced. That means the balance of physical body and mental body.

Shenshu (B-23)

An acupuncture cavity belonging to the Bladder Qi Channel.

Shi Er Zhuang t-E

Twelve Postures. A style of Qigong practice created during the Chinese Qing dynasty.

Shi Ji tfe

Historical Record. A book written in the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Periods, 770-221 B.C.

Shui Lu

Water Path. One of the meditation paths in which the Qi is led upward through the spinal cord to nourish the brain.

Song dynasty ilfl

A dynasty in Chinese history from 960-1279 A.D.

Southern Song dynasty & i

After the Song dynasty was conquered by the Jin race from Mongolia, the Song people moved to the south and established another country, called Southern Song, from 11271279 A.D.

Suan Ming Shi

Literally "Calculate life teacher." A fortune teller who is able to calculate your future and destiny.

Sui dynasty

A Chinese dynasty from 581-618 A.D.

Sun's Book of Tactics. A military book written by Sun Wu, circa 557 B.C.

Sun, Si-Mao

A well-known Chinese physician and Qigong master who wrote the book, Qian Jin Fang (Thousand Gold Prescriptions) during the Sui and Tang dynasties, 581-907 A.D.

A well-known military strategist who wrote Sun's Book of Tactics, circa. 557 B.C.

Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan) iöf

A Chinese internal martial style based on the theory of Taiji (Grand ultimate).

Means "Grand ultimate." It is this force which generates two poles, Yin and Yang.

Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan) iftl-

A Chinese internal martial style based on the theory of Taiji (grand ultimate).

Taiyang martial stylists iS^

A school of Chinese martial arts that trains Huo Long Gong (Fire Dragon Gong) Qigong.

Taizuquan

A style of Chinese external martial arts.

Tang dynasty

A dynasty in Chinese history from 618-907 A.D.

Tang Yin Xian

A county in Henan province and Marshal Yue Fei's birthplace.

A famous physician and Qigong master from the Chinese Liang dynasty.

Teng Pai Jun

Literally, "The Rattan Shield Army." A special fighting unit trained by Marshal Yue Fei to fight against Guai Zi Ma.

Teng i

Rattan.

Tian k

Heaven or sky.

Tian Ling Gai i

Literally, "Heaven spiritual cover." It means "crown of the head."

Tian Qi X.0L

Heaven Qi. It is now commonly used to mean the weather, since weather is governed by Heaven Qi.

Tian Shi kty

Heavenly timing. The repeating natural cycles generated by the heavens, such as seasons, months, days and hours.

Tian Zhu ^fi

Literally, "Heaven pillar," which means the two muscles on the back of the neck that support the head (i.e., heaven).

To regulate the Qi.

To regulate the body.

Tiao Shen Wit

To regulate the spirit.

Tiao Xi

To regulate the breathing.

To regulate the emotional mind.

Tie Bu Shan

Iron shirt. Gongfu training that toughens the body externally and internally.

Tong Ren Yu Xue Zhen Jiu Tu

Illustration of the Brass Man Acupuncture and Moxibustion. An acupuncture book written by Dr. Wang, Wei-Yi during the Song dynasty.

TUi Na t

Means "To push and grab." A category of Chinese massage for treating injuries and healing.

Wai Dan ^fr

External elixir. External Qigong exercises in which a practitioner will build up the Qi in his limbs and then lead it into the center of the body for nourishment.

Wai Tai Mi Yao

The Extra Important Secret. A Chinese medical book written by Wang Tao during the Sui and Tang dynasties, 581-907 A.D. This book discusses the use of breathing and herbal therapies for Qi circulation disorders.

Wang Tao Z-1

A well-known Chinese physician and Qigong master who wrote a book Wai Tai Mi Yao (The Extra Important Secret) during the Sui and Tang dynasties, 581-907 A.D.

Wang, Fan-An

A well-known Chinese physician who wrote the book Yi Fan Ji Jie (The Total Introduction to Medical Prescriptions) during the Qing dynasty.

Literally, "Small heavenly cycle." Also called "Small Circulation." In Qigong, when you can use your mind to lead Qi through the Conception and Governing Vessels, you have completed Xiao Zhou Tian.

An emperor of the Southern Song from the period of 1163-1190 A.D.

Xin Huo -k

Heart fire.

Literally, "Heart (mind) and breathing (are) mutually dependent."

Xingyiquan [Hsing Yi ChuanJ %

Literally, "Shape-mind Fist." An internal style of Gongfu in which the mind or thinking determines the shape or movement of the body. Creation of the style is attributed to Marshal Yue Fei.

XinzhuXian

Birthplace of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming in Taiwan.

Yang f%

In Chinese philosophy, the active, positive, masculine polarity. In Chinese medicine, Yang means excessive, overactive, overheated. The Yang (or outer) organs are the Gall Bladder, Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Stomach, Bladder, and Triple Burner.

Yang Shen Fu Yu

Brief Introduction to Nourishing the Body. A book written by Chen, Ji-Ru during the Qing dynasty.

Yang Shen Jue •lift

Life Nourishing Secrets. A medical book written by Zhang, An-Dao during the Song, Jin, and Yuan dynasties, 960-1368 A.D.

Yang Shen Yan Ming Lu

Records of Nourishing the Body and Extending Life. A Chinese medical book written by Dao, Hong-Jing in the period from 420 to 581 A.D.

Yang, Jwing-Ming

Author of this book.

Mind. Specifically, the mind that is generated by clear thinking and judgment, and which is able to make you calm, peaceful, and wise.

The Total Introduction to Medical Prescriptions. A Chinese medical book written by Wang, Fan-An during the Qing dynasty.

Literally, "Changing Muscle/Tendon Classic," usually called The Muscle/Tendon Changing Classic. Credited to Da Mo around 550 A.D., this work discusses Wai Dan Qigong training for strengthening the physical body.

Yi Jing h S

Book of Changes. A book of divination written during the Zhou dynasty, 1122-255 B.C.

Keep your Yi on your Lower Dan Tian. In Qigong training, you keep your mind at the Lower Dan Tian in order to build up Qi. When you are circulating your Qi, you always lead your Qi back to your Lower Dan Tian before you stop.

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Use your Yi (wisdom mind) to lead your Qi. A Qigong technique. Yi cannot be pushed, but it can be led. The is best done with the Yi.

In Chinese philosophy, the passive, negative, feminine polarity. In Chinese medicine, Yin means deficient. The Yin (internal) organs are the Heart, Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, Spleen, and Pericardium.

Yin Xu

An archeological dig site of the late Shang dynasty burial ground. Ying Qi ft,

Managing Qi. The Qi which manages the functioning of the organs and the body.

Yongquan (K-1) II

Bubbling Well. An acupuncture cavity belonging to the Kidney Primary Qi Channel.

Long, far, meditative, continuous, slow and soft.

Yuan dynasty

A Chinese dynasty from 1206-1367 A.D.

Yuan Jing

Original Essence. The fundamental, original substance inherited from your parents, it is converted into Original Qi.

Original Qi. The Qi created from the Original Essence inherited from your parents. Yue Fei &fk

A Chinese hero from the Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279 A.D.). He is said to have created Ba Duan Jin, Xingyiquan and Yue's Ying Zhua.

Marshal Yue Fei's troops.

Yue Wu Mu

Means "Yue, the righteous and respectable warrior." An honorable title or name given to Marshal Yue Fei by the Southern Song emperor Xiao Zong.

Yue Fei's adopted son. He was also killed when Yue Fei was murdered.

Uniform or even.

Means "To endure." The Japanese name of Chan. Zhang Xian ® ,f.

Yue Fei's top military officer. He was also killed when Yue Fei was murdered. Zhang, An-Dao

A well-known Chinese physician and Qigong master who wrote a book, Yang Shen Jue (Life Nourishing Secrets), during the Song, Jin, and Yuan dynasties, 960-1368 A.D.

Zhang, Dao-Ling

A Daoist who combined scholarly Daoism with Buddhist philosophies and created Religious Daoism (Dao Jiao) during the Chinese Eastern Han dynasty, 25-221 A.D.

Zhang, San-Feng

A well-known Daoist Qigong and martial arts master who was credited as the creator of Taijiquan during the Chinese Song dynasty.

Zhang, Zhong^ling ft-i+f:

A well-known Chinese physician who wrote a book, Jin Kui Yao Lue (Prescriptions from the Golden Chamber), during the Qin and Han dynasties, 221 B.C.-220 A.D.

A well-known Chinese physician who wrote a book, Ru Men Shi Shi (The Confucian Point of View), during the Song, Jin, and Yuan dynasties, 960-1368 A.D.

Middle Dan Tian. Located in the area of the solar plexus, it is the residence of fire Qi.

Zhong Jiao 11

Middle Burner. One of the Triple Burners.

Zhou dynasty M &

A dynasty in China from 1122-934 B.C.

Zhou Tong ftfa

Marshal Yue Fei's martial arts teacher.

A Comparative Study of the Zhou (dynasty) Book of Changes. A medical and Qigong book written by Wei, Bo-Yang during the Qin and Han dynasties, 221 B.C.-220 A.D.

Zhu Bing Yuan Hou Lun WSIii

Thesis on the Origins and Symptoms of Various Diseases. A Chinese medical book written by Chao, Yuan-Fang during the Sui and Tang dynasties, 581-907 A.D.

Zhu, Dan-Xi

A well-known Chinese physician who wrote a book, Ge Zhi Yu Lun (A Further Thesis of Complete Study), during the Song, Jin, or Yuan dynasties, 960-1368 A.D.

Zhuang Zhou If Ji]

A contemporary of Mencius who advocated Daoism.

Zhuang Zi Ji t

Zhuang Zhou. A contemporary of Mencius who advocated Daoism. Zhuang Zi also means "The works of Zhuang Zhou."

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    Which qi gong style uses beating the heavenly drum?
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