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Impressive Tai Chi master
Serenity in action...



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Watch the whole video. This man is 70.
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..meanwhile, not a single flying F**K was given in the GLP audience.
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..meanwhile, not a single flying F**K was given in the GLP audience.
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Someone once said, "the masses are always wrong".
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Very impressive, but air not hit back. :)

Seriously though, pretty impressive.

Tai Chi is a lot harder than it may look, and the benefits quite surprising.
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Tai Chi belongs to the so-called "internal arts". It does not have the same purpose as what we know as martial arts.
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I like his toupée.
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Why is he moving in slow motion?
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Tai Chi belongs to the so-called "internal arts". It does not have the same purpose as what we know as martial arts.
 Quoting: Adieuvat


Yes, I did it for a while to help my back problems. Very effective and more difficult than it would appear.
I could even experience the Dan Tien energy.
As I unblocked energy pathways, my feet and hands felt like they were on fire. The heat was incredible.

It is said that this was China's "Gift to the West".

I can't resist a joke though, so had to use the quote from that Van Damme movie. "Very impressive, but Brick not hit back".



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Why is he moving in slow motion?
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If it's too slow for you, you can always try a higher framerate in the settings.
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Tai Chi belongs to the so-called "internal arts". It does not have the same purpose as what we know as martial arts.
 Quoting: Adieuvat


Yes, I did it for a while to help my back problems. Very effective and more difficult than it would appear.
I could even experience the Dan Tien energy.
As I unblocked energy pathways, my feet and hands felt like they were on fire. The heat was incredible.

It is said that this was China's "Gift to the West".

I can't resist a joke though, so had to use the quote from that Van Damme movie. "Very impressive, but Brick not hit back".


 Quoting: Justme C'est Moi

I knew this quote came from somewhere, it sounded familiar.

Is that fiery sensation you are describing what you are calling the Dan Tien energy?

And why do you call it the Dan Tien energy? The Dan Tien is an acupuncture point IIRC, just below the navel?
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Serenity in action...



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 Quoting: Adieuvat


That’s Chen Xiaowang, taichi village head. Mostly sits on his laurels, doesn’t teach, and rakes up cash from dumb Americans.

Check out Chen Bing:
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That’s Chen Xiaowang, taichi village head. Mostly sits on his laurels, doesn’t teach, and rakes up cash from dumb Americans.

Check out Chen Bing:

 Quoting: ############

Maybe you haven't seen some footage of Chen Xiaowang I have seen.
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Xiaowang knows Taiji, but I don’t think he helps the martial art because he has the trappings of many Chinese masters, which is he holds the real juice away from anyone but direct family.
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Why is he moving in slow motion?
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If it's too slow for you, you can always try a higher framerate in the settings.
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Nah, We used to play like we were in slow motion as kids sometimes...It lost most of its fun...
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Tai Chi belongs to the so-called "internal arts". It does not have the same purpose as what we know as martial arts.
 Quoting: Adieuvat


Yes, I did it for a while to help my back problems. Very effective and more difficult than it would appear.
I could even experience the Dan Tien energy.
As I unblocked energy pathways, my feet and hands felt like they were on fire. The heat was incredible.

It is said that this was China's "Gift to the West".

I can't resist a joke though, so had to use the quote from that Van Damme movie. "Very impressive, but Brick not hit back".


 Quoting: Justme C'est Moi

I knew this quote came from somewhere, it sounded familiar.

Is that fiery sensation you are describing what you are calling the Dan Tien energy?

And why do you call it the Dan Tien energy? The Dan Tien is an acupuncture point IIRC, just below the navel?
 Quoting: Adieuvat


I am not an expert, but the video tape guy I used to guide my workouts described the Dan Tien as the center of the Chi (right about at the navel). The Tai Chi forms remove blockages in the Chi. All of that energy finally made it through to my extremities.

A lot of the forms are caressing the ball of energy that can be extended like a beach ball from the Dan Tien and moving it around. The wrists softly flexed and the arms curved to contain the energy ball.

I only did it for a couple months to fix up my back. someone that practiced for years can explain it better.


I also practiced TM for a while when younger.

There are things about our beings that are not well understood, at least by the West.

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choreographed I like dingle berries in my cereal.ry
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Tai Chi belongs to the so-called "internal arts". It does not have the same purpose as what we know as martial arts.
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Yes, I did it for a while to help my back problems. Very effective and more difficult than it would appear.
I could even experience the Dan Tien energy.
As I unblocked energy pathways, my feet and hands felt like they were on fire. The heat was incredible.

It is said that this was China's "Gift to the West".

I can't resist a joke though, so had to use the quote from that Van Damme movie. "Very impressive, but Brick not hit back".


 Quoting: Justme C'est Moi

I knew this quote came from somewhere, it sounded familiar.

Is that fiery sensation you are describing what you are calling the Dan Tien energy?

And why do you call it the Dan Tien energy? The Dan Tien is an acupuncture point IIRC, just below the navel?
 Quoting: Adieuvat


I am not an expert, but the video tape guy I used to guide my workouts described the Dan Tien as the center of the Chi (right about at the navel). The Tai Chi forms remove blockages in the Chi. All of that energy finally made it through to my extremities.

A lot of the forms are caressing the ball of energy that can be extended like a beach ball from the Dan Tien and moving it around. The wrists softly flexed and the arms curved to contain the energy ball.

I only did it for a couple months to fix up my back. someone that practiced for years can explain it better.


I also practiced TM for a while when younger.

There are things about our beings that are not well understood, at least by the West.
 Quoting: Justme C'est Moi

The Dan Tien is known to Japanese martial arts experts as well (but of course they call it differently, I think it's what they call the "hara"). It is located somewhat below the navel though, not exactly on it.

I am aware of the active use of imgination while practising Chi Gong and Tai Chi but didn't know about that particular imagination of a ball of energy.

I certainly agree about people in the west being relatively unaware of the traditional eastern wisdom pertaining to chi/ko, or the etheric body energy flows with which eastern people traditionally seem to be much more familiar with.

Our western systems of physical exercize and development are based on rational, scientific principles and are effective for their purpose but completely neglect what can be done with the knowledge from the east.
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"chi/ki"
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Xiaowang knows Taiji, but I don’t think he helps the martial art because he has the trappings of many Chinese masters, which is he holds the real juice away from anyone but direct family.
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How do you know this?
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So very, very few will know what I mean when I state these forms are outward, nearly involuntary expressions of a session while in Communion with the Presence. The mind and spirit are overwhelmed with the Communion. Way beyond emotion, religion or faith.
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He's just making shit up as he goes along.

Love the foot stomp, real power there.
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So very, very few will know what I mean when I state these forms are outward, nearly involuntary expressions of a session while in Communion with the Presence. The mind and spirit are overwhelmed with the Communion. Way beyond emotion, religion or faith.
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If a rose could smile...
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Yes, I did it for a while to help my back problems. Very effective and more difficult than it would appear.
I could even experience the Dan Tien energy.
As I unblocked energy pathways, my feet and hands felt like they were on fire. The heat was incredible.

It is said that this was China's "Gift to the West".

I can't resist a joke though, so had to use the quote from that Van Damme movie. "Very impressive, but Brick not hit back".


 Quoting: Justme C'est Moi

I knew this quote came from somewhere, it sounded familiar.

Is that fiery sensation you are describing what you are calling the Dan Tien energy?

And why do you call it the Dan Tien energy? The Dan Tien is an acupuncture point IIRC, just below the navel?
 Quoting: Adieuvat


I am not an expert, but the video tape guy I used to guide my workouts described the Dan Tien as the center of the Chi (right about at the navel). The Tai Chi forms remove blockages in the Chi. All of that energy finally made it through to my extremities.

A lot of the forms are caressing the ball of energy that can be extended like a beach ball from the Dan Tien and moving it around. The wrists softly flexed and the arms curved to contain the energy ball.

I only did it for a couple months to fix up my back. someone that practiced for years can explain it better.


I also practiced TM for a while when younger.

There are things about our beings that are not well understood, at least by the West.
 Quoting: Justme C'est Moi

The Dan Tien is known to Japanese martial arts experts as well (but of course they call it differently, I think it's what they call the "hara"). It is located somewhat below the navel though, not exactly on it.

I am aware of the active use of imgination while practising Chi Gong and Tai Chi but didn't know about that particular imagination of a ball of energy.

I certainly agree about people in the west being relatively unaware of the traditional eastern wisdom pertaining to chi/ko, or the etheric body energy flows with which eastern people traditionally seem to be much more familiar with.

Our western systems of physical exercize and development are based on rational, scientific principles and are effective for their purpose but completely neglect what can be done with the knowledge from the east.
 Quoting: Adieuvat


It is probably just myth or whatever, but the "Death Touch" was supposedly the Tai Chi master projecting his energy force to the opponent and causing death. Blowing out the flame of life with the wind of his energy force.

I have no idea, but I would not like to volunteer to be the victim. :)

(ostensibly, that is what Van Damme was supposedly demonstrating in the clip I showed).

He projected his Chi through the stack of bricks and blew up the bottom one.

The energy transfer is usually combined with a strike.
Is it a mechanical or physical effect? Mysticism? Energy? I have no idea.

Here is an article on the subject.
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Why is he moving in slow motion?
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If it's too slow for you, you can always try a higher framerate in the settings.
 Quoting: Adieuvat


chuckle

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It gives you the illusion of freedom,
makes you trust, love, and defend your oppressor,
while making an enemy of those
who are trying to free you or open your eyes.”
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“You have been programmed to resist the very person that is here to set you free, from the prison of your Mind... You are not free... everything you are has been manufactured by Minds that have not your best interest. You are imprisoned by beliefs and not reality. Religions are mental programs to imprison your Mind.”

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“Mental slavery is the worst form of slavery.
It gives you the illusion of freedom,
makes you trust, love, and defend your oppressor,
while making an enemy of those
who are trying to free you or open your eyes.”
-Fiyah

“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.”
-Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

“You have been programmed to resist the very person that is here to set you free, from the prison of your Mind... You are not free... everything you are has been manufactured by Minds that have not your best interest. You are imprisoned by beliefs and not reality. Religions are mental programs to imprison your Mind.”

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Was that Mr. Bean, the last one?
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He's just making shit up as he goes along.

Love the foot stomp, real power there.
 Quoting: Augmentalist

Nothing is being made up, this is highly regulated.

Yes, having that much power at his age (70 apparently) is highly unusual. You can also see it when he throws a punch (not sure he does throw any punches in this video though).
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