Kinghsi Style Twenty-Three Form of Wudang Kungfu (Chinese Edition)

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This book is about author’s teacher, the kungfu master Mr. Kinhsi who passed away for 30 years. The book is about a certain type of martial arts named the Wutang Twenty-three Form of Kungfu founded 500 years ago. It has eight chapters separated into two parts. There are nearly 470 photos of the vivid demonstration of Kungfu, readers can also see my teacher’s style of Kungfu on some historical photos in this book. Chapter 1 describes the basic stances, including the focusing stance, the five supplementary stances and six of the moving stances. Chapter 2 describes the method of the hands, steps, legs, eyes and the body practice. Chapter 3 describes the detailed explanation of the kennel forms. In chapter 4, the frames of the defensive technique of this type of martial arts are described. Chapter 5 describes the methodology of kungfu. There are four sections to the introduction to Chinese martial arts, namely: the three regulative methods of the mind, the breath and the body, the pressure points locations for Qi practicing, and the explanatory notes on the body regulation in the standing position of Qi-practice. In chapter 6, more than ten methods and positions of Qi-practice are described. These include the supplementary methods for the practice of the Wutang Twenty-three Form of Kungfu. Chapter 7 describes the method and theory on the practice of opening of the lumbar vertebral joints. It is the most important factor in practicing the traditional Chinese martial arts. In the last chapter, the commentary and discussion on the lessons of my teacher in the path of kungfu cultivation, the present state and the feature of the Wutang Twenty-three Form of Kungfu are described.

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The author practiced Chinese traditional Kungfu of the external and internal styles, learnt the Chinese traditional massage and practiced the Taoist and Buddhist Chigungunder the guide of the senior masters, before 1990's. So many years had spent,I still had not understood the purpose of kungfu practicing. At 1990's I started to practice ZNG (zhinen gong) that was the biggest chigung organization in China at the time. Three year later, I rolled into the study of the subject of Chigung Science. During the studying, I was clear about the truth of kungfu practicing, it is the Inner Practice, is one kind of the practical activities of man. Chinese chigung and traditional martial art, Indian Yoga, they are the forms of the inner practice. In the practice, the practitioners'mind must focus inward to regulate the internal force to link and connect with the natural force by the will power of his/her self to promote the health level and enhance the will power itself. To the inner practice, the most important doing for the practitioners is do to surmount actively the idea of the one-desire and stand the mind for the public in non -location.This is the real purpose to the practitioners of kungfu. The author graduated from Beijing Normal University and Asian (Hong Kong) Remote Education Collage, studied in New York Institution of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine; wasthe owner of the black belt of martial art in America, is the secretary in general of America Wudang Taichi Organization, Inc. the council in general of The Society of American Buddhism Culture, the member and the certified consulting hypnotists of National Guild of Hypnotists, Inc.

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