June 23, 2006 at 2:28 pm #14979
physical body is emanation of ching
aura is emanation of chi and shen
aura in two layers
ching kung is first invoked through body movement
chi kung is first invoked through sensation concentration
shen kung is first invoked through prayer
ching kung has natural center in lower dan tien
chi kung has natural center in middle dan tien
shen kung has natural center in upper dan tien
jerry johnson uses chi kung and shen kung terms
martial skills on the three levels
lin and chi
it is said that one can have lin, but not chi; or chi, but not lin; or bot or none. thus it refers to different planes. yet it is improper to compare the muscle contraction (which is emanation of ching) with a chi (of which aura is manifestation).
fa ching, fa ch’ing, fa jin
fa jin is usually written as fa ch’ing and may be of different character. Fa ch’ing always pertains to martial power from muscles/physical, thus hinting to the ching plane work skill, while the same pronounciation of fa ching and fa ch’ing might be just a riddle secret in the japanese fame.
(there is reference to kong ching, the feather body. Kumars believes it is mystical. Bardon describes such act as imbalance of elements (evoke the moon).
this opens connection to lin kong ching, empty force breathing)
there is direct reference to fa chi. usually in contrast to (fa) lin (which in such context is referring tu muscle force: again reference to ching; unknown connection to lin as water(y body))
didn’t notice reference to fa shen.
fa shen are the chi/spirit swords of the crazy eyed
(was checking kumar frantzis and jwing yang dictionaries)
kung fu is on any of the above plane
nei gung is on any of the above plane
blend the dish skillfully
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