January to June 2010

January February March April May June


January 2010 (Part 1)

Wuji Stance

As their adjectives indicate, the main objective of the "Medical Big Universe" is to activate chi flow through all the twelve primary meridians, and its main aim is for radiant health, vitality and longveity, whereas the main objective of the "Spiritual Big Universe" is to develop and expand the spirit, and its main aim is to experience the presence of God and at the supreme level to return to God the Holy Spirit.

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January 2010 (Part 2)

Intensive Chi Kung Course

Yes, it is sufficient for you father to take just the Intensive Chi Kung Course. He has to practice what he has learnt at home. In fact he does not have to practice everything that he has learnt. If he can practice just a part of what he has learnt, actually the first part, and be able to generate an energy flow, he would have good health, vitality and longevity.

This is because the course provides material from beginners' level through intermediate level to masters' level. What your father needs most is found at the beginners' level, which will be taught at the beginning of the course, and will be repeated throughout the course so that course participants can know it very well.

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January 2010 (Part 3)

Three-Circle Stance

Practicing with an imaginary opponent is actually a very important part of kungfu training, especially at an advanced level, but usually this is done after some sparring practice with real sparring partners.

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February 2010 (Part 1)

Free Sparring

One needs to consider very carefully and thoroughly before deciding to become a monk. It calls for great sacrifice and annunciation of worldly affairs. The aim is to attain Enlightenment, or to return to God the Holy Spirit in Western terms.

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February 2010 (Part 2)

Sifu Wong and Family

One of the best blessings anyone can cultivate is to be kind to his parents. There are many ways you can be kind to your parents. One way is to spend time with them. Another way, as you have rightly said, is to make them happy and proud of you. Upholding the Ten Shaolin Laws is an excellent way to do so.

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February 2010 (Part 3)

Sifu Wong and Dr Riccardo Salvetore

Both Tai Chi Chuan as an internal energy art and Tai Chi Chuan as an external dance-like exercise use the same Tai Chi Chuan forms. The crucial difference is that practitioners of an internal energy art use the Tai Chi Chuan forms to work on energy, whereas practitioners of an external dance-like exercise use the same forms to work on their physical body, like joints and muscles.

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March 2010 (Part 1)

Kung Fu Sparring

It is also not feasible for you to pay your fee in kind by working for me. Honestly I do not know what work you can do for me as payment for attending my courses, and I do not like the idea of housing and feeding someone who stays around doing nothing except having expressed his desire to learn from me.

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March 2010 (Part 2)

Spiritual Joy

It is alarming that after many years of training many martial artists today are unaware they have failed to achieve the two main aims of being healthy and able to defend themselves (otherwise they would not be routinely hit during sparring). Worse, they have actually become more unhealthy than before they started their martial art training, and they continue to subject themselves to be hit during sparring for no good reasons.

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March 2010 (Part 3)

Standing Meditation

You have made the same mistakes many people make. You have failed to appreciate the difference between skills and techniques. You think, mistakenly, that if you perform the techniques, you will get the results that these exercises are purported to give. This is simply not so, though most people are ignorant of this fact, and many of them may still not understand even when this fact is explained to them.

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April 2010 (Part 1)

Sifu Robin Gamble

If you do not have the necessary background knowledge, you will not understand what actually is described even when you know all the dictionary meanings of the words in the description. For example, in the famous Taijiquan Treatise, the great master Wang Zong Yue said that "From Wuji is born Taiji." Even when you know that "Wuji" means the Great Void, and Taiji the Cosmos, you would not really understand what is meant by "From the Great Void is born the Cosmos."

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April 2010 (Part 2)

Hou Yuan Jia

All chi kung exercises have two dimension, namely circulating and building, though the emphasis on one or the other dimension is different in different exercises. In the Small Universe, the emphasis is circulating, but the building dimension is also present. What you experienced was this building dimension where chi is built at your dan tian to increase your energy volume.

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April 2010 (Part 3)

mind training

When one starts to learn Tai Chi Chuan, he performs the movements slowly for two main objectives. It enables him to perform the movements smoothly and correctly. It also enables him to generate an energy flow. Most Tai Chi students today, however, fail to achieve the second objective.

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May 2010 (Part 1)

yin-yang harmony

You should not only aim at the destination but also enjoy the journey. You should not just celebrate the achievement but also cherish the effort.

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May 2010 (Part 2)


If you want to ask your girlfriend to marry you, just ask her to marry you instead of thinking what time of the day is best to make the proposal or how you should shape your lips when proposing to her.

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May 2010 (Part 3)

Blue Mountain

A big mistake many qigong practitioners make, including those who have been teaching qigong for many years, is to treat chi kung, which is an energy art, as gentle physical exercise. Hence they think, mistakenly, that if they know the external forms of chi kung, they can practice or even teach it.

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June 2010 (Part 1)


If a student does not agree with our training methods, says our fees are high, or does not respect his seniors, we ask him to leave. Similarly, if an outsider comes into our Virtual Kwoon and tells us that internal force is bullshit, we should make our teaching available free for any Tom, Dick and Harry, or students can treat their teachers like buddies, we throw him out.

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June 2010 (Part 2)

Shaolin Kungfu

Any style of traditional kungfu is a complete art by itself. There is no need to add anything from other styles to it.

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June 2010 (Part 3)


First of all you need to know that what is popularly taught in China today is modern wushu and not traditional Shaolin Kungfu.

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