Isao Machii of Japan is a real-life modern-day samurai who started honing his unbelievable sword skills when he was a child. Hee was taught by an old master from the age of 5 and has now graduated to become the headmaster of a samurai school.
Isao Machii’s sword skills have become so accurate that he claims he can slice a tiny pellet in half when shot at him from a BB gun. All of this action happens at such an incredible speed that it is almost impossible for the human eye to register. In order to capture this amazing feat on screen, Daniel uses one of the world’s most sophisticated high-speed cameras for slow-motion analysis.
Feng Shui is about your environment where you live and how to find a place that is good for your energy. If your energy is good and strong, then your life will be good and your future as well.
There are two points that you need to consider.
One part is all the objects you can see and these can be things like mountains, rivers etc., even small things, like tables, doors, bed etc.
It also includes things you cannot see which is related to how the energy radiates in nature, e.g. magnetic fields, stars, the energy from the sun and moon, the time of day, the month and the year.
This energy affects us all so much.
If you want to learn anything, it takes some time to study. Something that seems quite small can have an important effect on your life, like your bed, you need to learn how to make it right for your energy.
This is important, as your bed is a part of your life. (more…)
It shows how effortless and natural movements could easily deflect and control stronger force. It also carries a subliminal message of how tremendous the Qi energy could possibly be.
In short, physical size does not matter.
“Stances are designed to transmit force through the body.”
For Qigong, the only force you need to consider is the weight of the body itself. Therefore a Qigong stance has to transmit the weight of the body down into the ground.
However, for Martial Arts and Kung Fu the stance means to transmit force from the ground, through the body, into the opponent.
Therefore, there are several mistakes we often make during the training. (more…)