Thursday, March 14, 2013

Exercising with Monks (Qi Gong and Shaolin)

Dhr. Seven, CC Liu, Ven. Anandajoti, Wisdom Quarterly
Chi Gung at Vivekavana Solitude Grove, Penang, Malaysia, June, 2011

Ajahn [Thai teaching monk] Suthep teaches Qi Gong as a standing, fluid, meditative series of movements designed to balance the body and bring the mind back to serenity. Qi (chi or prana or breath/spiritus) Gong (work) is a Chinese system of physical exercises and breath control related to Tai Chi. (Research)
Shaolin monks (
Of course, as Americans true to stereotype we say, "Serenity shamenity. Give me some action!" So it is for the sake of engaging the body and mind from where they are NOW to where we wish them to be, for the benefit of ourselves and others, that we present the following training video. Let's kick some @ss, which nevertheless entails working with subtle energy (chi/prana):

Would-be students sincerely seeking to learn Chinese martial arts are invited to come to an authentic martial arts academy in Si Ping, Northern China, for Shao lin, Wudang Kung fu, Tai chi chuan, or slow Qi Gong for health. The academy hosts male and female students 6 and older with or without martial arts experience. (

(DM) See Minute 8:55 for discussion of psychic children, Qi Gong, Taoism... When seeking enlightenment, raising the DNA's vibration or activating the body's electromagnetic Merkaba may help ( See also Minute 25:07 for teaching blind to see with inner eye.

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