Shaolin Qi Gong Energy in Motion by Shi XingGui

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  • The great teacher Bodhidharma is credited with the creation of Shaolin Temple Qi Gong and kung fu in the 6th century CE.

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Binding Paperback
Publisher Destiny Books
Country of Origin USA
Number of Pages 153
Pubilcation Date 2008
Condition New

Product details

  • Shaolin Book
  • by Shi XingGui
  • Paperback Book
  • with DVD
  • Great read

Shaolin Qi Gong Description

Reveals the fundamental spiritual principles and includes both a short and long form of the daily exercises · Explains the benefits of mastering energy in the body, such as organ strengthening · Includes a 53-minute DVD of exercises performed by the author, a Shaolin monk The great teacher Bodhidharma is credited with the creation of Shaolin Temple qi gong and kung fu in the 6th century CE. Motivated by the terrible physical condition of the monks who spent all their time meditating or copying scrolls, his two-part system promoted physical as well as spiritual fitness and became the basis for all the martial and meditative arts taught in the Shaolin Temple. These ancient practices increase physical health and vitality, enhance creativity, and can be practised well into old age. Author Shi Xinggui, a Shaolin monk, explains the fundamental principle of qi gong - the art of mastering energy (qi) and moving it through the body - and provides clear demonstrations of all the positions and movements. In order to develop qi attentively, it is necessary to cultivate the art of slowness in both movement and breathwork. Shi Xinggui provides both a short form and a long form of the daily exercises, with lessons on heart centring, organ strengthening, and balancing the energy using the three dantians - the three energy centres of the body. A 53-minute DVD of the exercises performed by the author is also included.

 

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The great teacher Bodhidharma is credited with the creation of Shaolin Temple Qi Gong and kung fu in the 6th century CE. Motivated by the terrible physical condition of the monks who spent all their time meditating or copying scrolls, his two-part system promoted physical as well as spiritual fitness and bécame the basis for all the martial and meditative arts taught in the Shaolin Temple.

These ancient practices increase physical health and vitality, enhance creativity, and can be practiced well into old age.
Author Shi Xinggui, a Shaolin monk, explains the fundamental principle of Qi Gong-the art of mastering energy (qi) and moving it through the body— and provides clear demonstrations of all the positions and movements. In order to develop qi attentively, it is necessary to cultivate the art of slowness in both movement and breathwork. Shi Xinggui provides both a short form and a long form of the daily exercises, with lessons on heart centering, organ strengthening, and balancing the energy using the three dantians-the three energy centers of the body. A 53-minute DVD of the exercises performed by the author is included.

SHI XINGGUI became a student at the Shaolin Monastery at the age of eight.
His teachers there included Masters Shi De Shin, Shi Xu Xi, Shi De Su, and Shi De Duzan. In 1988 the author won the National Championship title for kung fu (70-kg class) in Shaolin and again in 1993 and 1994 in Zheng Zou.

He received his Shaolin diploma in 1989 from Master Shi De Yuan. He now lives and teaches in Goldegg, Austria.

 

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