July to December 2008

July August September October November December

July 2008

July 2008 (Part 1)

Carrying the Moon

Skills like being relaxed, attaining a one-pointed mind, regulating the breath, generating a chi flow, and entering into a heightened state of consciousness are beginners' skills in our school, though many people may consider them advanced. Skills like tapping energy from the Cosmos, directing chi to and massaging various internal organs, developing internal force, expanding the mind, and having a glimpse of Cosmic Reality are masters' skills that even many masters today may not achieve after practicing for 10 or more years.

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July 2008 (Part 2)


We drove along the unbelievable highway linking France and Italy that was literally built in the sky, all the way going through mountains by tunnels and across valleys by high pillars with coastal towns hundreds of meters below. We arrived in Ligure Finale in Italy at the hotel of Attilio, one of my senior disciples. At this hotel, called Punta Est, anywhere you look is a beautiful scene.

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July 2008 (Part 3)

Small Universe

Over the years I have improved my teaching methodology remarkably. When I was sure I could help course participants to really attain the Small Universe, not merely learn the techniques, I offered the course to selected students. The result surpassed what I had hoped for. Not only the course participants achieved the Small Universe, some of them even achieved the Big Universe, which is even more advanced.

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August 2008

August 2008 (Part 1)

Carrying the Moon

Our Shaolin Wahnam members would be glad to know that the result I got per training session was far less than what a typical Shaolin Wahnam student now gets from training under a certified Shaolin Wahnam instructor. Roughly, what a typical Shaolin Wahnam student achieves a day, I would need many months to achieve!

There are many reasons for this incrediable result. One main reason is that now we tap cosmic energy right at the beginning of our training. At my time I started tapping cosmic energy only after a year or two of chi kung practice. Hence, it is fitting to call our style of chi kung “Shaolin Cosmos Chi Kung.”

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August 2008 (Part 2)

Lifting the Sky

Do you know that according to science, humans are not supposed to stand on their feet. Their feet are too small to support their body weight. What othrodox scientists and most people do not know is that it is not the bones and muscles that support the body, but the energy flowing through them. If the energy is not flowing, even with the bones and muscles the body will collapse.

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August 2008 (Part 3)

Chi Kung Healing Course

I am very happy that I conducted the Chi Kung Healing Course, and that the best of Shaolin Wahnam attended. I passed on to the course participants the skills, techniques and philosophy that had enabled me to help many people recovered from various forms of pain and illness, including some so-called incurable ones.

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September 2008

September 2008 (Part 1)

Shaolin Kungfu

Shaolin Kungfu was not only a martial art but also an art for spiritual cultivation. Hence, if one practices Shaolin Kungfu the way it was practiced in the past, it is a martial as well as spiritual art. However, only very few people in the world today practice Shaolin Kungfu the way it was practiced in the past.

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September 2008 (Part 2)


“Wu-wei” is an important Taoist concept that is often translated as “not doing anything and everything will be done for you”. This has caused much conusion to many people. They are puzzled how can anything be accomplished if they do nothing.

What they don't realize is that “wu-wei” is only half the secret. The other half is “you-wei”, which means “doing something appropriate”. If you do something appropriate, you relax and let God or Nature do the remaining necessary things for you, trusting that God or Nature will also work for your best benefit.

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September 2008 (Part 3)


From the traditional Chinese medical perspective, which is vastly different from that of the West, there is no such a thing as an incurable disease, because good health is natural. Hence, illness — any illness — is unnatural and only temporary, and therefore can be rectified. In other words, illness occurs when one or more parts of the body are not functioning naturally. The Chinese describe it concisely as yin-yang disharmony. Here, yin represents all bodily functions, and yang represents the factors that may cause malfunction.

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October 2008

October 2008 (Part 1)

Lion Dance

You attained what is described in kungfu classics as “mind directs chi, and chi directs forms”. This is high level attainment, usually achieved only by masters. It is incredible that many of our students achieved it. Those outside Shaolin Wahnam find it hard to believe that we can achieve such feats, and call us liars. That is their problem, not ours.

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October 2008 (Part 2)

Lao Tzu

A great chi kung master, Zhang Dai, discovered that the universe is actually a ball of energy, and that energy and matter are inter-changing all the time — long before Western science was born. Lao Tzu, the Patriarch of Taoism, talked about the transformation of the phenomenal world from the Great Void, as well as what modern scientists would describe as electrons, protons and neutrons. Taoist and Buddhist masters discovered living beings like natural spirits, faries and gods in other realms of existence.

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October 2008 (Part 3)


But remember that the exercises are techniques, which means they are a mean to an end. They are not the end itself. In other words, we practice the techniques so as to get the results practicing chi kung will give us, which are good health, vitality and longevity at the basic level, and abundant energy, mental clarity and spiritual joys at advanced levels. Many people confuse techniques with results. They only learn more and more techniques, but do not realize they are not getting the results.

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November 2008

November 2008 (Part 1)

Monkey God

The Monkey God, Sun Wukong, whom we worship is not the same as the Hindu Monkey God, Hanuman. The common relation is that both are Monkey gods, but they are not the same gods. Sun Wukong helped his master, the great Buddhist monk, Hsuen Zhang, to bring back Buddhist sutras from India to China which the great master translated from the original Sanskrit to Chinese. Hanuman helped the great Indian king, Rama, to fight evil forces.

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November 2008 (Part 2)


Shaolin Kungfu and Taijiquan were originally practiced by Buddhist monks and Taoist priests not to kill others or to win competition money, but for spiritual cultivation. Attaining Zen and attaining Tao were two crucial aspects of Shaolin and Taijiquan training. In the process of attaining Zen or Tao, cosmic wisdom was realized.

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November 2008 (Part 3)

Shaolin Kung Fu

I am different to different people. Most martial artists don't like me. The reason, I believe, is that I am not afraid to say the truth, and most people don't like to hear the truth. I am one of the few who are vocal in advocating that kungfu can be used for fighting, and chi kung can overcome illness.

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December 2008

December 2008 (Part 1)

Pushing Mountains

The benefits students at my Intensive Chi Kung Course get are more incredible but true. Not only they can generate an energy flow, but also they can tap energy from the Cosmos, direct it to wherever they wish in their body, massage their internal organs, have a cosmic shower, develop internal force and sometimes have a glimpse of Cosmic Reality! It took me more than a year to have some of these skills. Most other chi kung practitioners do not have these skills no matter how long they practice.

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December 2008 (Part 2)

Guan Yin Bodh Satt

Some people may think I am crazy, but I believe I am only a conduit for the book, “The Complete Book of Zen”. Frankly, I myself am impressed with the profound wisdom found in the book. But the profound wisdom is not mine — it is from the great Bodhisattva Guan Yin, the Bodhisattva of Great Compassion. When I wrote the book, I often prayed to the Bodhisattva for guidance. I believe the words of wisdom flowed from the great Bodhisattva through me into the book.

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December 2008 (Part 3)

Shaolin Kung Fu

Kungfu is a martial art, and chi kung is an art of energy. The majority of kungfu and chi kung teachers all over the world today do not even practice kungfu as a martial art, or chi kung as an art of energy. They only practice external kungfu forms and external chi kung forms. Their forms are genuine, but performing the forms alone is not practicing the art.

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