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  1. Black Dragon & Tien Shan videos

    That is basically the same as what I was told by this guy named Liu I Ming, who was really really really old. He liked to talk about how much he enjoyed visiting with his great, great, great, grand nieces, and racing through the Northeastern snow fields on a snowmobile. He also said he didn't need airports to get around. What he told me was "Only a master attempts an exact imitation of another" (referring to chi kung). The others 99%, with their ego problems, want to do it 'their' way, which blinds them to more than just movement.
  2. Mo Pai - Instructions & Warnings

    I would like to caution people from believing what Western Mo Pai promoters say while advertising their forum here. They are well know for their constant lying and avoidance of the issue. This is easy to discover by doing some searches of past threads on this forum. The only thing that was altered is that the online pictures which came with the instructions, which two different spies copied and shared with me, which were identical and unaltered, were deleted, because the Wimps want to hide the exercises from the public in order to retain control. In fact, these instructions were shared with the public here precisely to remove them from the control of the Wimps. Remember, the real Mo Pai students, the Asian Mo Pai students, hate the Western Mo Pai students for what they are doing to the name of their system. The pictures, which are faulty because they show poor posture and alignment, are not really needed, the written descriptions are therefore better, and thorough enough.
  3. Black Dragon & Tien Shan videos

    I got a high quality microphone and redid the audio on this video. I also added some commentary at the end of the video which has some good tips on how to practice chi kung in general in order to get the most out of it. This is the beginning level of the vast Tien Shan Nei Kung system, which Fook Yueng, a true Taoist immortal, asked me to share with the public. Mr. Yueng was uncle and main kung fu teacher of Bruce Lee, who would have been introduced to this system when he was older. I kind of took his place in that regard. This is from the vast Tien Shan Nei Kung system, a system of true nei kung, which until the previous generation was not shared with white people. The beginning levels of this system are excellent for balancing energy and for general health cultivation, which is the beginning part of cultivating chi power. At its higher levels the system focusses on chi power, psychic abilities, and enlightenment. The reason this is named chi kung rather than nei kung is because it is a subset of the whole. It is a set of exercises taken out of a nei kung system, which is what qigong is. The term nei kung, before it was ruined by unethical people, referred to the entire parent systems, and that is how I use it, correctly. The middle and higher levels are only shared in person, with people who have proven themselves.
  4. Black Dragon & Tien Shan videos

    I redid this video and have named it the Laughing Buddha Meditation. See the video to find out why he's laughing. I have also deleted the other Black Dragon high power high energy spiritual zhan zhuang meditations;
  5. Mo Pai - Instructions & Warnings

    I edited the heck out of the first post so it's more streamlined now. For those who want to see a more detailed discussion of Mo Pai, by those who know, you can visit this page:
  6. MCO doesnt work

    Ya, plus anyone with an ounce of brains will realize the central channel is more important than some stupid orbit. Central channel is focussed on in real nei kung, but Chinese are masters of obfuscation and hiding things of power, not to mention the gringo follow onners.
  7. The Magus of Seattle

    This book describes the hidden Taoist spiritual qigong, real nei kung, the path of chi power and longevity. The Magus of Seattle - The hidden Taoist Immortal who was Bruce Lee's uncle and kung fu teacher, and a life journey from the mundane to the supra normal. A true story of Masters and Students of the Mystical Life Force Martial Arts and beyond This is about the powerful qigong master and Taoist immortal who was Bruce Lee’s uncle, mentor, and main kung fu teacher. A true account of the hidden Taoist spiritual practices, it describes the nei kung he used to become one of the most powerful, and the amazing things experienced by the author. This book describes the Taoist spiritual path of the warrior wizard, a rare and powerful physical, emotional, and spiritual cultivation system. It describes some of the other amazing students of this master, some of who are reincarnations of dragons from the spirit realm. Contents. 1-The Andes Mountains. 2-The Art of Flying. 3-The Bruce Lee Connection. 4-“We are Dragons”. 5-The Early Years. 6-Sai Baba. 7-Meeting the Master. 8-Practicing the Path of Power. 9-Enlightenment Experience. 10-My teaching. 11-The Star Wars Connection. 12-The Path of the Warrior Wizard. 13-The Taoist Path of the Immortal. 14-Chi Kung vs. Nei Kung. 15-Masters of the Way. The Magus of Seattle
  8. The Magus of Seattle

    If you notice, Bruce is messing with people's heads here, or else it's the interpretation of the 'experts'. The thing is that he is adding a push to the punch to make it look better. In a correctly executed explosive strike the 'victim' would hardly move back at all, they would just drop straight down, maybe dead or something. Since it is considered bad showmanship to kill or inure people during demos therefore we have the push which looks like a short range punch.
  9. MCO doesnt work

    Doing the MCO with your mind is one of the worst kind of fundamentalist misapplication of the principles that can be found in chi kung. It has caused permanent and serious damage to thousands of people, and many come to this forum to tell us about it. It is ridiculous, and it represents levels upon levels of lies and misunderstandings added on top of other lies and misunderstandings. The more you do it, and the 'better' you get at it, the more likely it is to hurt you, so you are lucky to have stopped. it is much better to do some real chi kung, moving chi kung, which gets the MCO going in a much more powerful and totally safe way, WITHOUT EVER THINKING ABOUT IT!. In fact, the MCO isn't even important! It is only something sold by fools to make money off of other fools.
  10. The Magus of Seattle

    Dragons are excellent at chi kung. Some Taoist Immortals are dragons ... who did chi kung as humans. Following is what dragons think of people, in words that aren't as pretty as the ones Lao Tzu used: Great were my people in the ancient days, great beyond the conception of the little people now around me; knowing the wisdom of old, seeking far within the heart of infinity knowledge that belonged to Earth's youth. Wise were we with the wisdom of the Children of Light who dwelt among us. Strong were we with the power drawn from the eternal fire. Mankind is parasited with an indulgent misery Having become accustomed to tearing down from each other any hope of light, any true joy, any feeling of good, competing with each other with their idiotic trinkets they call science. So smug they are though. They live in disintegration, and they themselves are the disintegration. Terrified they are of even a small light, they have no hope and cling to ashes, they sacrifice their life to protect dust.
  11. Please submit your questions for the Mo Pai FAQ

    On reviewing my thread on Morepie I can see it needs some serious editing to make it more compact and streamlined, so it can be more readable. Then I'll take it on the road again. https://youtu.be/QexOuH8GS-Y I also noticed that I had given away a rather important practice/training secret, which I do not want the Wimps to learn of, so I deleted that already. I was reading on a yoga forum about all the flakes and amateurs that are teaching yoga, similar to chi kung. A swami wrote that they are seriously fucking up their karma, so that makes me happy.
  12. Please submit your questions for the Mo Pai FAQ

    No, that was a test. The second technique is described in detail in this post. It used to have pictures, and I should have copied the pictures, but the 'source' took the originals offline when they found they had spies sharing their 'secrets'.
  13. Should I or shouldn't I ?

    I mostly had Triumphs, topping it off with a Triumph Hurricane 750, fastest bike in the world when it was first produced in the early 70s. It was really a BSA (Bastard Stopped Again) after BSA closed their doors, and was given a Triumph name plate. It had bigger carbs than the standard 750 triple, and got around 22 mpg. They were limited production and I never should have sold mine, they are worth a mint now. My Favorite was a BSA 650, it was said by road testers to be the most stable motorcycle ever made, and I do believe it. Once it was going 5mph or more it felt weightless, and it was so responsive it reacted as if reading your mind and would do anything you wanted with no effort. In strong side gusts it would automatically lean into the wind and keep the same track. I could make fast S curves, while staying within my lane, so fast that the front tire would hop off the ground each time. It was even good on ice. You really did feel like one with the machine, like you were flying. Compared to that, the Jap bikes always feel remote, like you can never trust it, like you're sitting high up on top of this plastic fake unstable 'thing' that could bite you any second. Of course anyone who never rode an English bike wouldn't know the difference. Italian bikes handle really well too.
  14. Please submit your questions for the Mo Pai FAQ

    The second technique, 50% of what they know, is a standing practice. It is a Grunter's technique, bad for health.
  15. Should I or shouldn't I ?

    I Love them Royal Enfields! The first one I saw was in Seattle, starting out from a stop light, doing a little wheelie with the gear shifts, and sounding like thunder. I was impressed! It was a twin cylinder 750, get that one for a road bike, a single for off road. They're made in India now, and I heard the Indians are using some lower quality metal the the Engrish did. Oh, I see you already got one. I always like English bikes, they have a soul, unlike the plastic Jap crap.