Xing Yi Quan Xue: The Study of Form-Mind Boxing Martial Arts Author: Sun Lu Tang; Publisher: UN LIBRO TIGRILLO; Published: June ; ISBN Shop our inventory for Xing Yi Quan Xue: The Study of Form-Mind Boxing by Sun Lu Tang, Albert Liu, Dan Miller with fast free shipping on every used book we. , English, Book, Illustrated edition: Xing yi quan xue: the study of form-mind boxing / by Sun Lu Tang ; translated by Albert Liu ; compiled and edited by Dan.
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It is a both an internal and external exercise internally to keep one's mind in perfect calmness, externally to increase one's agility and physical strength. Flexibility is required in training, yet vigor comes naturally when needed.
According to Master Hao, every disciple goes through three training stages: In the beginning, the practitioner feels like he is wading xing yi quan xue sun lu tang water with his feet covered in silt; later, the practitioner feels like he is swimming, with his feet completely free of the heavy silt; finally, the practitioner develops an intense level of awareness and concentration like one who can walk on water or on a thin layer of ice.
Xing Yi Quan Xue: The Study of Form-Mind Boxing by Sun Lu Tang
Every gesture or movement must conform to strict rules, as indicated below: Head - The head must be kept upward, but without effort and with chin naturally drawn inwards. Mouth - Slightly closed, with tongue lightly touching the upper palate.
Natural respiration through the nose. Chest - Slightly drawn inwards in order to keep the vital energy along the backbone.
Shoulders - Completely relaxed. Elbows - Elbows must loosely droop and forearms must remain naturally bent. Hands - Fingers separated, in complete relaxation.
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Waist - The waist controls body movements; it is the base of Tai Chi's vital energy. Legs - Legs must always remain slightly bent, and bear the body's weight one leg at a time.
The body should always move as an integrated unit, if one part of the body moves then the entire body should move. If one part of the body is still then the entire body should be still.
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There are eight essential techniques to be used in combat practice. Merely practicing is not understanding.
Seek to understand the human ability.
Study diligently for deep ideas. The result after a long time is that one is able to know. He was also considered an accomplished Neo-Confucian and Taoist scholar especially in the I Chingand was a distinguished contributor to the theory of internal martial arts through his many published works.
It was common in old China for people to have multiple names.
He continued to use his original name in some areas, including the publishing of his books. He was first noted as an expert in two other internal martial arts styles: Sun started studying with Hao relatively late in his life, but his accomplishments in xing yi quan xue sun lu tang other two internal arts led him to develop his T'ai Chi abilities to a high standard more quickly than is usual.
Sun Lu'tang is also notable among tai chi masters in that many of his disciples were women such as daughter Sun Jianyun and granddaughter Sun Shurong and that in an age of widespread, accepted misogyny he offered martial arts courses for women at Zhe Jiang Martial Arts School.
Grandmaster Sun, however, believed that the most important reason to practice martial arts was the improvement of one's health; developing fighting ability was merely of secondary importance. Sun xing yi quan xue sun lu tang certainly benefited in both respects.
Inat the age of 73 and shortly before his death, Sun was examined by a physician and found to have the body of a year old. Furthermore, throughout his life he was an awesome fighter: He worked as a professional bodyguard, taught martial arts at the Presidential Palace, and never lost a challenge match.