So this morning we ran with my niece, concluding her ceremony; we all ran towards the east as the the sun was rising, something my family always had me do saying, “its good for you! it makes you tough! you won’t get sick!” *chasing me out the door* its always a good reminder that there’s always something good beyond the horizon. Years later I asked my Sifu about the significance of d oing Chi Gung or Tai Chi early in the morning, his reply? basically the same thing, “its good for you, make body healthy, good chi on the morning” he never was much for words, not in English anyway. I told him about the running i did growing up and he said, “same thing” no self den-fence applications though. Years later I’m still receiving the benefits of good chi in the morning. Those of you on my page that are non-native, I’m just sharing a little of what i was taught growing up, I normally i don’t get to mushy, lately I’ve come to realize that these teachings are for everyone like Kung fu and Tai Chi/Chi Gung. Healthy mind, healthy body. Knowledge acquired should be distributed, that’s all
A southern long range system from the Guangdong province of china; uses both long and short range techniques. Fast and deceptive striking with emphasis on internal power allowing for smooth, flowing movements; good for circulation of blood and chi (life force) teach fist sets or forms which contain the essence of the style, traditional weapons. Regular practice will strengthen the muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments and improve all round health, also teaching Tai Chi and Chi Gung. By combining flexibility with strength a White Crane practitioner can redirect the force of an opponent, neutralize and attack with power
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