Shaolin Kungfu

A Shaolin Kungfu Course in Sabah


I know many people apply for the Intensive Shaolin Kungfu Course and it is a very auspicious program. But my intentions are different. I do not have any formal training in kung fu, but as a young child I grew up as a stubborn and very aggressive and loud individual. However with very strong family support and a strong faith in the Islamic religion I have been longing to become a man of compassion and wisdom.

— Ismail, Canada


You may be happy to know that many people who attend my Intensive Shaolin Kungfu Course have similar aspirations as yours. Their main purpose is not to become formidable fighters, but to lead a rewarding, meaningful life bringing benefits to themselves and other people irrespective of race, culture and religion.

The hallmarks of the Shaolin arts are compassion and wisdom. We are happy to say that we have done well in this aspect, as is evident in the many testimonials we have received and the nature of discussion we have in our Discussion Forum.

My Intensive Shaolin Kungfu Course is more a course for personal development than for physical fighting. The course will push participants to their physical, emotional, mental and spiritual limits, so that they will emerge from the course a better person in all their physical, emotional, mental and spiritual dimensions.

There are some examples from past courses of how participants were pushed to surpass their physical, emotional, mental and spiritual limits. Complimentary tours were organized, but the training was so demanding that many of them chose to stay back to rest than to go to the tours.

Yet, by the third day, they could spar vigorously for two or three hours without being tired or panting for breaths. Some people cried at the course, and they reported that the emotional cleansing cleared out negative emotions that had been repressed in them for years.

The mental demand was so great that some participants, including top doctors and company directors, could not tell their left hand from their right! Then they had a mental break-through. Their mind became so fresh and clear that they perceived things they could never before.

To many, the best part of the course was experiencing spiritual joy. They felt the presence of God, or whatever name they called the Supreme, and suddenly realized the truth of the spiritual teachings that they merely read or heard before.

However, the Intensive Shaolin Kungfu Course, is meant only for those who have some prior kungfu or other martial art experience. If you lack such experience, it is difficult for you to follow the course. You can take my Intensive Chi Kung Course instead. It is less demanding than the Intensive Shaolin Kungfu Course, and is open to fresh beginners.


My main goal is to develop a chi gong state of mind to the fullest potential that my body, my mind, and my soul will thrive at. Now that I have finished those secular aspirations that I may have had, I want to dedicate years of my life to personal development.


My Intensive Chi Kung Course will meet your needs very well. It will give you good health, vitality and longevity to enjoy your work and play for a very long time.

It will give you a lot of energy and mental clarity so that you will do better in whatever you do. When you are ready, the invaluable skills you have learnt in the course, like attaining a one-pointed mind and merging with the Cosmos, will enable you to reach for the highest aspirations according to your chosen religion.

The above is taken from Question 1 of March 2011 Part 3 of the Selection of Questions and Answers.


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