July to December 2013

July August September October November December

July 2013

July 2013 (Part 1)


Thousands of people who think that they practice chi kung do not get the chi kung benefits I describe because actually they do not practice chi kung; they only practice gentle physical exercise.

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July 2013 (Part 2)

tiger claw

In internal arts, practitioners train essence, mind and energy, whereas in external arts, practitioners train tendons, bones and flesh.

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July 2013 (Part 3)

kung fu secmmmmm

I want to preserve the wonderful arts of kungfu and chi kung. If I don't share secrets, genuine kungfu and chi kung will be lost.

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August 2013

August 2013 (Part 1)


Although her form was beautiful, she performed it wrongly, and she didn't know it. Indeed, thousands of thousands of dedicated practitioners not just of Tai Chi but of other arts like various other styles of kungfu, karate, taekwondo, yoga and various forms of meditation, are victims of this predicament.

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August 2013 (Part 2)

chi flow

Chi kung healing answers a very urgent need today. A lot of diseases, like cancer, cardiovascular disorders, chronic viral infection, anxiety and clinical depression, are considered incurable by many people. From the chi kung perspective, there is no such a thing as an incurable disease. Indeed, we in Shaolin Wahnam have helped many people overcome these so-called incurable diseases.

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August 2013 (Part 3)

kung fu secmmmmm

"Kungfu" is a colloquial term and is widely used in the West to mean traditional Chinese martial art. In the Chinese language there are many terms for martial art, such as wuyi, wushu, quanfa and quanshu. The current term used in China is wushu.

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September 2013

September 2013 (Part 1)


A main aim of our training is to enrich our life and the lives of other people.

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September 2013 (Part 2)

Flower Set

The way I taught at Shaolin Wahnam Association for many years was quite different from the way I am teaching now. For convenience, the way I first taught may be called the orthodox way, which is also used by most other kungfu schools today. The other way may be called unorthodox, which derived much inspiration from how I learned from Sifu Ho Fatt Nam.

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September 2013 (Part 3)

Sifu Andrea and Sifu Anthony

Many people may be surprised at my statement that many martial artists cannot defend themselves. This is a fact. They may be good at punching and kicking people, including their students and their classmates, but they cannot defend themselves, otherwise they would not be routinely hurt in free sparring.

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October 2013

October 2013 (Part 1)


How is it possible that although courses are on Tai Chi Chuan, Shaolin practitioners can benefit more than Tai Chi Chuan practitioners?

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October 2013 (Part 2)

Small Universe

When you have attained the Small Universe, you will live beyond a hundred years.

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October 2013 (Part 3)

Grandmaster Wong and Dr Damian

Other people may ask how do our course participants know that they have successfully developed internal force. In principle it is the same as asking how you know you are happy.

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November 2013

November 2013 (Part 1)

changing stone to gold

Changing stones to gold by touch can make you fabulously rich. Practicing genuine Shaolin arts gives you good health, vitality, longevity, mental clarity and spiritual joys.

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November 2013 (Part 2)

Single Tiger Emerges from Cave

You will find it even more enjoyable and beneficial if you follow the three golden rules of practice. Many people may be surprised at these three golden rules, but the rules are not thought out of the blues but evolved through my many years of teaching.

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November 2013 (Part 3)

Wudang Taijiquan

How should kungfu to be taught? If one is taught ordinary kungfu, he should be able to use it for self-defence. If he cannot defend himself, he is not taught ordinary kungfu..

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December 2013

December 2013 (Part 1)

health and happiness

Many people who practice kungfu and chi kung today, including those who have practiced for many years, cannot defend themselves and are still sick and weak.

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December 2013 (Part 2)

vigorous chi flow

The best time to practice chi kung is at sunrise. Other excellent times are at midnight and at sunset.

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December 2013 (Part 3)

Lifting the Sky

Most chi kung schools need about an hour, but we need only 15 minutes. And we get more benefits practicing for only 15 minutes than other people get by practicing for an hour.

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