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Ziran Qigong Resources
Ziran Qigong Level 1 Form - 1st Half
This is the first half of the level 1 Ziran Qigong Form as demonstrated by Master Liu Deming. This form is a method of cleansing the tendon and meridians of the body and assists in developing a greater understanding of the flow of qi in the body. With this understanding one may recognise areas of the body in which qi has become blocked or tense and allow a healing process to begin. The full DVD contains the philosophy of Ziran Qigong, the complete form and detailed instructional sequences featuring the finer points of posture, breathing and meridian/acupuncture correlation. The DVD is available online for purchase at http://ziranmen.com/shop/shop.php
Wu Xing Qi Gong
Wu Xing Qi Gong (Five Element Qi Gong) as developed and performed by Master Liu De Ming. Please note - due to demand this DVD is now available for purchase at http://ziranmen.com/shop/shop.php Master Liu De Ming is the 5th generation inheritor of the Liu He Zi Ran Men lineage. He began his study of martial arts at the age of eight with Master Hong Zheng Fu and legendary Grandmaster Wan Lai Sheng. After graduating from Beijing University Of Physical Education, Master Liu accepted a teaching post at the famous Shaolin Temple. Subsequently, he spent 12 years teaching at the Fujian Institute Of Physical Education. He has lived, taught and trained in Melbourne, Australia since 1992. For further information about training with Master Liu De Ming please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.ziranmen.com
Shaolin Ba Shi 少林八式 par Maitre Liu Deming
Maitre Liu Deming, héritier de la tradition Ziranmen, lors de son passage à Redon (France) présente une méthode avancée de travail de l'énergie (Qi Gong) Shaolin Ba Shi 少林八式. Un extrait de la forme est présentée dans la vidéo. Pour en savoir plus sur le Ziranmen suivez ce lien : http://www.cours-qigong.fr/ziran-men-qi-gong-la-voie-de-la-spontaneite/ Master Liu Deming, the 5th generation inheritor of the Liu He Zi Ran Men lineage demonstrates an advanced internal practise called Shaolin Ba Shi 少林八式. An extract of the form is presented in this video. To learn more about Ziranmen follow this link: http://www.ziranmen.com
History & PhilosophyLiu He Men (Six Harmony Gate) is a branch of Yue style Shaolin Gong Fu. It combines soft and hard, internal and external techniques. Liu He is based in the theory of six combinations: Internally: cultivate essence, energy and spirit. Externally: cultivate hands, eyes and body. The purpose of this training is to develop an ideal state of health, protect the body's energy and master self defence and retaliation. This leads to a superior level of martial arts skill, total freedom of defence, a healthy body and a long life. 'Eyes go with the mind, Mind goes with the Qi, Qi goes with the Body, Hands go with the Feet, Elbows go with the Knees, Shoulders go with the Hips'. Liu He movement is firm, forceful, steady and accurate. The heads moves like an inquisitive ghost, the chest sinks in defence and extendsin attack. The body floats, sinks. and soars, jumps like a cat, dodges like a dog, rolls like a rabbit and turns like an eagle. 'When one part moves, every part moves. When one part is still, every part is still. Move when the enemy moves, move like an avalanche.' Liu He Men was the style practiced by Grandmaster Wan Lai Sheng before he took up Zi Ran Men. However Wan Lai Sheng also continuously developed his skill and style of Liu He Men as he deepened his knowledge of martial arts. Wan Lai Sheng then constructed a curriculum of Liu He Men forms which he felt was most for developing skills as a martial artist, so in this way, Wan Lai Sheng's Liu He Men cirriculum could beseen as the forming foundation for the study of martial arts. It was Wan Lai Sheng who once stated that "All Gong Fu requires understanding of the the six harmonies (Liu He). Without understanding it, your Gong Fu will not be solid."
Training MethodLiu He Men practice generally consists of basic muscle and flexibility training, and follows with the study of select Shaolin Liu He Men form sets, and continues until the students can successfully apply the techniques in actual combat.
Forms & Weapons SetsThere are many form sets in the Liu He Men system. Some of the more common ones include: Standard Liu He Men Empty Hand Form Sets Basic Fist Form Liu He Form Green Dragon Form Black Tiger Form Mother and Son Form Two Man Fighting Form Short Arhat Luo Han Form Standard Liu He Men Weapon Form Sets Basic Cudgel Golden Phoenix Single Wing Saber Nine States Cudgel Eight Immortals Straight Sword 24 Golden Spear Hacking Forest Double Straight Sword Two Person Straight Sword
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