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Balancing activities like Tai Chi, yoga and meditation are touted for their ability to promote a sense of well-being and reduce stress, but is there more to it than meets the eye? While these exercises are known for being great ways to relax, new research has shown that their benefits extend far past the ephemeral. The relief mind-body interventions can offer isn’t just mental; in fact, these activities can actually bring about physical changes at the molecular level.
A recent study led by scientists from Coventry University and Radboud University have shown that mind-body interventions can turn back molecular reactions within your DNA that cause disease and depression.
Watch from 01:17 until 03:08 …
“Water from heaven” refers to the dew before it falls to the ground.”
Superb technique by Chen Ziqiang.
(Sorry about the Chinese style presentation.)
Not that I like the way that those martial arts are presented here …
No English subtitles:
Clip taken in Moscow in April 2013. This clips starts AFTER almost 2 minutes of hard striking by the same guy. Him and his friend wanted to see if Systema is real. They were experienced street fighters from Moscow. They were allowed to hit a couple guys hard to see how we take s
At 23:30 into the video.
Link starts at 23:03:
The root of Tai Chi is martial arts.
It has always been a martial art from the beginning.
The more one perfects the martial art aspect of Tai Chi, the better the body structure & the flow of Qi will be.
So the more one learns, follows and perfects the martial art aspect – the principles – of Tai Chi, the more the aspects of meditation and health will benefit.
Neglect the martial art aspect and you neglect everything else too.
In my opinion Tai Chi gets as close as one could get to the perfect martial art.
Added: Jul 21, 2014
There’s a lot of mystery surrounding traditional Chinese martial arts. Is kung fu really as powerful as karate, muay thai or jiu jitsu? Or is there something more to this ancient art than just fighting? Bruce Lee introduced the West to Kung Fu. Now China Uncensored will introduce you to the history and traditions of Chinese Martial Arts with the help of Master of 7 Star Praying Mantis, Longfei Yang.
From the 4th video:
‘I never felt the energy.” (After one year of training!)
That is almost unbelievable. I felt the energy from day one.
Every Qi Gong & Tai Chi master can you make feel the energy from a distance (even if you are sick and never had any training lessons at all).
And … you don’t have to believe in it and you will still feel it.
I have posted the 6th video before:
The three 1-min rounds start at 7:30 into the video.
For a change…
Lama Dondrup Dorje (Dr. Yeung) is probably just another fraud.
Energy Bubble Demonstration
The Wondrous World of Chi Power
Lama Dondrup Dorje
Demonstrations by Dr. Yeung from 1992
Demonstration by Ven Lama Dondrup Dorje from 1996
Лама Дондруп Дордже, 1995
Лама Дондруп Дордже, 1997
Push hands is a training tool to develop and to check your abilities and to get a feedback where you are right now on your way to mastership.
People who neglect these exercises because they just want to practice the health and the meditation aspect of Tai Chi, without getting involved into the martial art aspect, do not understand that the perfection and integration of the martial art aspect of Tai Chi leads to a more perfect aligned, rooted and relaxed body structure, that will greatly influence the free flow of chi and the amount of chi flowing through your body.
So mastering the martial arts aspect is essential if you want to improve the health benefit you will get from practicing Tai Chi.
Your meditation or focus will greatly improve by practicing push hands.
Who will be able to get a master out of focus? See for yourself.
Huang Sheng-Shyan, 黃性賢, Huang Hsing-hsien (WG) or Huáng Xìngxián (py) was born in 1910 in Minhou County of the Fujian province in Mainland China. He began studying Fujian White Crane with Xie Zhong-Xian at the age of 14.
In 1947 he resettled in Taiwan where he became a disciple of Cheng Man-ch’ing. Yang Ch’eng-fu as the grandson of the Yang style founder, had been Cheng Man-Ching’s teacher.Huang committed himself to this tradition for the next 45 years.