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Chinese to English dictionary of China's martial arts


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#1 BaguaKicksAss

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    老子曰:大丈夫恬然無思,澹然無慮,以天為蓋,以地為車,以四時為馬,以陰陽為禦,行乎無路,遊乎無怠,出乎無門。
    - from Wen Zi (Tongxuan Zhenjing) 《通玄真经》, 5th century BC

Posted 08 October 2014 - 11:54 AM

Both PDF and dead tree versions available, written by a well renowned Bagua player :).  This would be helpful for the many terms which are martial arts specific, or mean something a bit different in a martial arts context.  http://www.lulu.com/...t-21842571.html


Edited by BaguaKicksAss, 08 October 2014 - 11:55 AM.

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"Lao Zi said: Great people are peaceful and have no longings; they are calm and have no worries. They make the sky their canopy and the earth their car; they make the four seasons their horses and make dark & light their drives. They travel where there is no road, roam where there is no weariness, depart through no gate".
老子曰:大丈夫恬然無思,澹然無慮,以天為蓋,以地為車,以四時為馬,以陰陽為禦,行乎無路,遊乎無怠,出乎無門。
- from Wen Zi (Tongxuan Zhenjing) 《通玄真经》, 5th century BC

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Posted 09 January 2015 - 07:51 PM

i realli like ya quote from Lao Zi .   thanx............. :)  :)


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