July to December 2011

July August September October November December

July 2011

July 2011 (Part 1)

Tim Hoorens

It is reputed that the Venerable Sam Tuck and Hoong Hei Khoon, two of the greatest Shaolin masters who spread Shaolin Kungfu from the southern Shaolin Temple on the Nine Lotus Mountain to posterity, practiced this Triple-Stretch Set.

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July 2011 (Part 2)

Wu Song

In our school the three golden rules of practice are as follows:

  1. Don't Worry.
  2. Don't Intellectualize.
  3. Enjoy your Practice.

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July 2011 (Part 3)

Grandmaster Wong in Alaska

We have become normal to the increased force that we may not feel anything special about it. This process of normalization applies to other forms of development, like increase in income, health and happiness, and is beneficial to us.

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August 2011

August 2011 (Part 1)

Sifu Gu Ru Zhang

In the Wuzuquan course, I shall present an introduction to Wuzuquan in a way as comprehensive as possible, covering all the four dimensions of kungfu training, namely philosophy, form, force training and combat application. It is hard to believe but true that students attending this course will attain (not just learn) in a few days what I myself could not attain even in a few years!

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August 2011 (Part 2)

Shaolin Kung Fu

Today it is difficult to find good kungfu schools of any styles anywhere in the world. Indeed, it is even difficult to find a school that teaches genuine kungfu.

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August 2011 (Part 3)

Eighteen Lohan Hands

Many students and even instructors in our school are amazed at not only the wide variety of arts we offer but also the depth of benefits we achieve with these arts. Some are concerned whether they could cope with this wide range of arts and high level of attainment.

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September 2011

September 2011 (Part 1)

Small Universe

Nirvana is Samsara, and Samsara is Nirvana. It is a matter of spiritual perspective. When thoughts arise, it is Samsara. When no thoughts arise, it is Nirvana.

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September 2011 (Part 2)

Hungry Tiger Catches Goat

Although I had heard of noi kung or internal art in my early kungfu days, it took me about 15 years before I could really understand and experience what internal art was, whereas a typical Shaolin Wahnam student today would have direct experience of internal art within a year at the most! Some Shaolin Wahnam students even experience internal force on the very first day. This is ridiculous but true.

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September 2011 (Part 3)


Yes, higher beings, like devas, or heavenly beings, can be reborn in Sukhavati, the Western Paradise, if they fulfill the three conditions:

  1. Believe that Sukhavati exists.
  2. Make a vove to be reborn there.
  3. Practice one or more of the methods needted to be rebron there, the most simple of which is to recite the name of Amitabha Buddha with a one-pointed mind.

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October 2011

October 2011 (Part 1)

Sifu Rama, Grandmaster Wong and Sifu Wong Chun Nga

Many students in our school regard "Smiling from the Heart" the best benefit they get from our teaching. Indeed, even if you had no other benefits learning from us but you become happier, you have spent your time well.

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October 2011 (Part 2)

Wing Chun Kung Fu

Wing Choon Kungfu is actually a branch of Shaolin Kungfu. Its full name is Shaolin Wing Choon Kungfu. Taijiquan was also a branch of Shaolin Kungfu! It was first called Wudang Shaolin Kungfu, to differentiate it from the Henan Shaolin Kungfu at the northern Shaolin Temple. It was much later that it came to be called Taijiquan.

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October 2011 (Part 3)

Smiling from the Heart

You already have the answer from your direct experience. Those who have the experience usually do not worry about the question. It is the same in daily life. Those who have a lot of money or have a happy family life usually do not ask how they have a lot of money or how they have a happy family life; they just enjoy their wealth or family life.

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November 2011

November 2011 (Part 1)

Bai Zhang

Buddhism is a practical religion. Rules were not made out of intellectualization; they were made to meet expedient needs of the occasion.

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November 2011 (Part 2)

s kungfu set a day

As I was going to teach the course, I spent some time practicing Siu Lin Tou to develop internal force. I was amazed! The internal force generated was much, much more, and also much, much faster than when I first did so learning from Sifu Choe Hoong Choy. As a rough comparison, I could develop in one day the amount of internal force I would need a year to do so when I first learned it

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November 2011 (Part 3)

Tai Chi Chuan

When you practice Tai Chi Chuan, you are practicing chi kung, just like when you practice Eighteen Lohan Hands, you are practicing chi kung. In other words, whether you practice Tai Chi Chuan or Eighteen Lohan Hands, you work on energy.

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December 2011

December 2011 (Part 1)

mental clarity

Besides giving us internal force, our chi kung, Shaolin and Taijiquan training are excellent for mental clarity.

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December 2011 (Part 2)

Shaolin Kung Fu

Even when our students do not apply chi or internal force to their forms, after they have been initiated into Zen (or a chi kung state of mind) and chi flow, as long as they practice the forms according to the way we teach them, they will develop internal force and mental clarity.Click here to enter.

December 2011 (Part 3)


From our Shaolin Wahnam perspective, all the world's great religions lead to the same supreme goal, though the routes and methods may be different due to differences in history, geography, culture, language and other factors.

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