Gary Clyman PPT Seminar November 2-3 2013

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Hey guys and gals, :D


Gary wanted me to inform you that his coming Personal Power Training seminar takes place on Saturday and Sunday, November 2-3, 2013!

This workshop includes learning the complete Tidal Wave Chi Kung training material and getting treated with Gary's famous Emotional Liposuction!

If you are interested, please contact Gary directly for more details:

Gary J. Clyman / Licensed Acupuncturist,
Chi Kung & Nei Kung Master
131 N. Green St., Suite 300, Chicago, IL 60607
Locally call, (312) 446-8218
Nationally call, (800) 782-4244
Video Skype me at Clygar




Are you overdue for the good stuff coming your way?

If you're not happy with the way things are going, here's your chance to do something big about it! Please consider me your "Change Agent." I've helped thousands of other people successfully get what they wanted since 1983. Positive results became predictable expectations.

You are invited to the life changing workshop named Personal Power Training. It will be held in Chicago on Saturday and Sunday, November 2-3, 2013!

DESERVINGNESS is missing in our daily lives. Many speak of self-esteem, but that's just talk.

DESERVINGNESS is a serious concept and is supported by The 28-Minute Chi Kung Daily Practice Routine that you will learn in by the end of the workshop.

Personal Power Training is the most powerful energy cultivating DESERVINGNESS workshop in the world. Raising your DESERVINGNESS will help you achieve your personal, business, health, and relationship goals.

Enroll now and I will send you The Complete Tidal Wave Chi Kung DVD Program so you can have a substantial Chi Kung practice when you get to the seminar.

Your Emotional Liposuction Treatment which I created, is included and will be performed in the workshop. Emotional Liposuction removes negative underlying belief systems that we all have.

Nearly all people are walking around with The Big Four: Abandonment, Anger, Rage, and Bitterness.

These unwanted negative emotions cause physical pain, depression, anxiety, bad habits, and unreasonable emotional responses to daily things and events.

I have performed Emotional Liposuction over 10,000 times since 1987. People experience dramatic, visible, measurable, long lasting results from receiving this powerful treatment.

Feel free to call or Skype me (Clygar) anytime 24/7. I look forward to communicating with you. We never close when it comes to increasing your DESERVINGNESS.

Upon completion of The Personal Power Training your life will be more inspired than before! The follow through comes from The 28-Minute Chi Kung Daily Practice Routine DVD which you will have to follow. JUST PUSH PLAY!

Cultivate your internal vacuum, raise your hunger levels, and increase your DESERVINGNESS to PUSH YOUR LIMITS! If there has been something you've wanted for a long time and have not yet gotten it, this workshop will help you achieve that!

I have included some Chi Kung Video Sample Lessons in this email so you can start your practice immediately.

There is no better time than now to raise your DESERVINGNESS. "Act as if the end result exists before you have any evidence of it." Here's your opportunity! Contact me NOW! Gary J. Clyman

P.S. If you know somebody that has not been dissatisfied with the results they've received for their aches and pains and other body issues, please refer them to me for true results. I've got the best hands for body mechanics and people fly in to get treated and go straight back to the airport. Most people see me only ONCE. I can email you my Treatment Brochure if you request one. GJC
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Gary J. Clyman / Licensed Acupuncturist,
Chi Kung & Nei Kung Master
131 N. Green St., Suite 300, Chicago, IL 60607
Locally call, (312) 446-8218
Nationally call, (800) 782-4244
Video Skype me at Clygar

E-Mail: [email protected]

Web Site: http://www.chikung.com

Payments: http://www.chikung.com/shop

Personal Power Training, November 2-3, Invitation: (Ignore the dates on my YouTube Channel. My password got changed.)

Emotional Liposuction Explanation:

Start your Chi Kung Practice with these clips.

Next you can enroll in my upcoming Personal Power Trainingâ„¢ Workshop or order Tidal Waveâ„¢ Chi Kung from my SHOP site. Gary J. Clyman

The Difference Between Chi Kung and Nei Kung:

Condensing Breathing, Part of Lesson 1, Part 1:

Condensing Breathing, Part of Lesson 1, Part 2:

Inside Air, Part of Lesson 2:

Sitting Forms w/ Mind Training, Part of Lesson 3:

Here's a recent posting for TaoBums Chat Room:

Colman's Story:

Frank's Testimonial:

Frank's Emotional Liposuction Treatment:

Kat's EmoLipo Treatment:

Pinkus' EmoLipo Treatment:

A Misc. EmoLipo Treatment:

Katherine's Nose Story:

Simon's Testimonial:

Ty's Testimonial:

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A review of Gary Clyman's Personal Power Training seminar by thetaobums member Littlepie: :)



I attended Master Gary Clyman's PPT workshop this weekend. The workshop went from 9 a.m. to about 7:30 pm on Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to about 4 p.m. on Sunday. (On Sunday we had Dim Sum at his girlfriend's restaurant in China Town, and it was effin' awesome.) Anyway, I'm writing this review for people who are serious about internal skill training, people who desire mastery, people who are confused by all the b.s. and misinformation out there. Saturday was the big day. We did a lot. By this I mean, I learned more in about 3.5 hours than I would have learned in 3.5 lifetimes at the two previous tai chi places I was going to before. We started with condensing breathing. Imagine that. This supposedly super-advanced skill that was off limits to "beginners" like me at the aforementioned tai chi centers was the first thing we learned. Gary flipped on the TV, pressed play on the VCR, and said something to the effect of, "DON'T TOUCH THE TAPE! Just listen and follow along." I sat/stood in the front because my intuition told me what I was about to see would be what I've been searching for for a long time. I was right. The tape worked like this: Every practice introduced was introduced in steps. Each subsequent step flew logically off the preceding step; every step built on the previous step. This was no b.s., just everything you need to know and nothing else as concisely as humanly possible. Each exercise was repeated for a couple of minutes, and all the details of all the instructions were repeated over and over and over and over so that no matter how your focused betrayed you, the tape always brought you right back to where you needed your mind to be. The exercises we so effing cool--really: as someone with decent control of chi, it was just so exciting and fun to: 1) FINALLY BE SHOWN HOW TO CIRCULATE THIS STUFF! 2) FEEL IT! There were standing exercises that were derived from tai chi, but different than tai chi as form was not important, only your focus. There were sitting meditations where we were breathing in and out through parts of the body I would have never thought applied to internal skill cultivation. Gary kept walking in the room, looking at me with a confident smile, asking, "Cool, huh?" All I said was, "Yes," with a smile. But in my head, what I meant was: HELL EFFIN' YES!!!!! THANK YOU!!!!! THANK YOU FOR SHOWING ME THE REAL $H1T!!!!! Yes, 3.5 hours straight of this material was quite exhausting. By the end, I couldn't muster the strength to even begin to focus no my dan tien. But that's exactly what I was looking for. I had been brainwashed into believing that this stuff needs to be learned slooooowly, sleepily, .... blah blah blah, and so yes: I consider myself very lucky to have taken the PPT workshop. After lunch, Gary jinged me into a fence. (My first jinging. I'm a jing virgin no longer! Better than my first time getting laid. YOU HEAR THAT ELIZABETH? No, you don't; you're too busy listening to Dave Matthews Band and eating week-old cake from Jewel.) Anyways, the afternoon continued with more introductions of meditation, along with the integration of personal desires (such as being a tai chi master) into a particular meditation as means of training the mind to focus on what each individual wanted out of his/her life. The day ended with "emotional liposuction" where Gary had us lay down, one by one, wash cloth in our mouths, and he touched various areas of our body with his jing in order to seek out the accumulation of various forms of emotional distress, e.g., anger, rage, bitterness, etc. I went first. Holy eff. He pressed firmly, sometimes slapped lightly/moderately (about the intensity you use for waking up a sleeping limb with pins and needles), and this treatment hurt like a mother. I was screaming. (And this German kid, Thomas, who was holding down my left arm, wouldn't stop talking about God knows what... "SHUT UP, THOMAS!!!!" came out in a SCREAM through the wash cloth.) Afterward, I felt lighter in the chest, dazed, and simply happy I survived. And as I'm typing this, my chest still hurts. Not injured, but very very very sore. So that was fun. On Sunday, today, we learned a new microcosmic orbit meditation, different from what was shown on Saturday. Gary led us through various exercises, and then we had dim sum.

I want to make something very clear: There was not a single moment there that I felt bored, nor that I felt I was wasting my time. These feelings have happened repeatedly everywhere else I went, but at Gary's place: Every minute was everything I wanted. Before attending the workshop, I thought the price was pretty steep; I thought I might be making a big mistake. After the workshop, I am beyond comfortable knowing this is the best money I have ever spent. I was given a copy of the daily practice routine of DVD, a DVD copy of the 3.5 hour Saturday session, and the "Chi Kung Bible," which is 350+ pages of everything I need to know--including specific answers about how sex and masturbation fit into this practice. So that's my review, I hope I did justice to how strongly I feel about what I experienced. I'll be back tomorrow evening to answer questions, but I suggest you contact Gary himself if you are interested: he's extremely quick to respond. See ya, bums.


The videos are of him performing all the meditation exercises. IT'S EXACTLY THE SAME AS HIM CONDUCTING THE GUIDED EXERCISES HIMSELF, EXCEPT IT SAVES HIM A LOT OF TIME AND STRESS. When he shows a video, people can't constantly raise their hands and ask unneccessary questions. Gary is ABSOLUTELY GREAT at answering all questions, but he is insistent on not asking questions during the 3.5 hour video because: 1) it's a ton of material 2) he presents the information in a stacking method, so that we start simply and build gradually 3) he repeats all of the important instructions over and over and over. He walked in constantly during the video, and I was able to ask small questions. At lunch, I was able to ask whatever I wanted. Same as after lunch. And on Sunday, he went through the exercises himself, in person, and I asked everything I wanted to ask. Once again, I am not Gary. Like I said before, check my earlier posts if you don't believe me. Gary's style of speech and his website are indicative of his intensity. DO YOU WANT A TEACHER WHO IS INTENSELY PASSIONATE ABOUT THIS STUFF? Or do you want a "mellow" person who really doesn't care whether you get good or not? Gary is as talented as he is because of that intensity; it is a sign of strength: an implacable will. And yes, I AM ABSOLUTELY TRYING TO SELL YOU PEOPLE ON GARY. Why? Because I've been dicked around by posers and phonies before, and I don't want people to have to waste their time like I did. I want to see a spiritual revolution; I want to see a renaissance; I want everyone in this stupid country to drop their cell phones and starbucks and addictions to reality tv and embrace chi kung, nei kung, and tai chi. I want people to discover their internal strength and stop being manipulated by the media, the government, all those liars who don't give a crap about any of us. I want you people to find a great master. It doesn't have to be Gary, but he is the only man I've found so far that actually cares, that actually has something to teach--a lot to teach. Long term path? You think Gary's path isn't long term? Why don't you ask his students of 20+ years about the length of the term. Why don't you email Gary and ask for the Nei Kung Bible Chapter 1? (It's free.) You'll see how long term that is: So many forms and practices it's dizzying. You people have this preconceived notion of the quiet Buddhist monk sitting and speaking like Yoda, and you think that any variation from that is incorrect, cannot possibly be the real deal, must be some sort of scam. Stop being so narrow-minded. Once again, Gary is a great guy, and anyone who says otherwise is a liar.

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My friend and Thetaobums-member LittlePie took part in Gary Clyman's „Personal Power Training“ and tested Gary's Jing: Gary touched him slightly on the shoulder and LittlePie went down like "hit by a sledge-hammer". Gary told him that he only used ONE vibration...he could have used HUNDREDS if he wanted to.





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Testimonials for Gary J. Clyman's Internal Power & for the efficiency of his Mind Light Nei Kung system:




There seems to be some confusion over Gary's statement and that's understandable. Gary isnt saying that the Chinese character for "chi" is what's in the characters of tai chi. He's saying that the actual manifestation of chi, the way he describes it, is what is involved in tai chi, or supposed to be anyway.

Gary will happily demonstrate on anyone who wants to doubt his training. His training isnt something to be overlooked or mocked. Hands down his system is the best system I've ever seen or trained in. Keep in mind that his teacher is Waysun Liao who is top notch.
I cant really speak for him. I have an opinion though, if it matters lol.

It's my understanding that when people actually project what they call "chi" that it's a more refined chi substance, jing. You can feel your own chi flow as I can feel my own chi flow but the vibration of my/your chi is on too high a level for me/you to project to me/you, unless it's been condensed through some sort of qigong, meditation, etc. That's Gary's say on it, I may have misquoted him or just completely fabricated that from poor memory but if I recall correctly that's how he sees it.

Personally I agree completely with Clyman. I also think that most qigong masters say what he says but maybe in a different way. Another way to view it (poor example warning) is like a big river or lake or whatever. The water source is great and all but if you build a dam then you can really use the source. Very poor example choice.



I guess when I see statements like that, it makes me question whether individuals like this truly know what they are talking about. These types of people then go on writing books on subjects as fascinating as Qigong and really don't understand what it is, teaching nonsense to students to make a quick buck.

I was able to get through about a third of the article as I do find it interesting reading. On a similar note, there was also a thread on this forum with Sifu Doucherty talking about Qi as if it was irrelevant.

Just makes me a bit sad to see people make comments of this sort as it truly discredits their expertise.
Of course he knows what hes talking about.His master was waysun liao, you can go and see him, punch him and kick him in the torso to test his iron shirt and ask him to discharge his jing into you.Have fun with your insides bouncing around and collapsing to the floor once he does it.He also has an interesting story to tell you about sifu wong kiew kit if you ask him.Im not going to say anything or go into details, but lets just say Mr clyman is not impressed with his level of expertise.




Ok let me clear some things up , ive read all of wong kiew kits books and i got bad deviations from his practices back in 2002. They lasted for years but i kept on practicing and practicing because i thought that the bad feelings were the chi clearing things out, not only that but i am aware that there are many others suffering deviations also. I did not insult him i stated that clyman did , but in reality he deserves my insults. He doesnt explain things clearly enough in his books and people have suffered.On to Gary now .I went to see Gary Clyman in person, he is everything he says he is and much more.I weigh 84 kilos(not fat) and punched him and his other top guys as hard as i could, ive trained with pro boxers and i can deliver a punch that will knock any man down.I delivered powerfull(liver and spleen) shots and they didnt tense up.When i punched Gary it felt like my wrist bent and could have snapped(he told me he could have snapped it if he wanted to) Not only that but his fa jing demonstrations were very impressive as was his emotional liposuction, he sent me flying with a light slap and i felt my insides bouncing around.Not only that but he said that he hadnt really hit me yet, I refused to test the next level off power.I have his entire system and he is superior to wong kiew kit by a 1000 lifetimes.That is my opinion and if it gets me kicked off then boo hoo hoo.I dont really care! Gary Clyman knows exactly what he is talking about and his stuff works way better than wongs.There are no insults just facts.GET OVER IT




Yeah, I know Gary. He is a very good martial tai chi guy in Chicago. I've played with him a few times and he always wins very easily. He is big on meditation, but he also has the goods. He was orginally trained in martial tai chi, Temple Style I believe, and also knows shia chiao (I know I can't spell).

He is also one of the few practitioners I know who will demonstrate to anyone. He will gladly take anyone's punch to demonstrate the Golden Bell/Iron Shirt stuff. He also has very strong fa jing. Particularly for the non-believers out there if you want proof that this stuff work go to Chicago and ask him to discharge on you. I've never known any non-believer to ask twice.

Equally impressive his students can all also do the Golden Bell stuff. His good students can also discharge.

Hell, he sent me flying into a brick wall with only four fingers and I weighted almost 100kg at the time.


Very funny. Ask him to punch you using the jing. The sensation is quite amazing and depends on the the typle of jing used. You will go flying.

While there are many frauds among the tai chi guys. Gary is one of the few who actually has it.


Yes I've seen Gary do this to a variety of people all of whom had fighting experience. He has done it to me (judo, budotaijitsu, shotokan, boxing and alot of military unarmed combat stuff). I watched him do it to a 5th dan Jeet Kun Do guy who was about 215 lbs and a tad over six feet tall, and an experience boxer in the middle of a match, as well as a few other guys.

To answer the other person, jing is a chinese medical and meditative term that means something like cultivated essense. In fa jing this cultivated essense, which takes years to get apparently, is disharged out of the fighter into the target. It feels like you are getting hit with a brick.


Gary has his opinions on the meditative side of the art, but he can back it up on the street. One of the nice things is that he is willing to demonstrate this on anyone who shows up.

I would suggest you call or go visit him in Chicago if you want to see a tai chi guy who has it. He is outspoken, but very friendly. And not in the weird ass cult/I am the master of the universe way that many of the frauds in this form present themselves.


Thanks for the reply. I appreciate the sincerity. Gary is also a very skilled meditator and accupuncturist with about 30 years of experience. I've spent a few days, on a couple of different occaisions, following him around his accupuncture practice and he is very impressive in his treatment of patients. I can't speak to AIDS patients, but based off of his record in treating other people I don't think it is unreasonable that he can help with an immune system dysfunction or health in general.

I got interested in the healing modalities after breaking my back in a skydiving accident about 2 1/2 years ago. After one treatment Gary took me from 50% to about 80 to 85% despite having done all the other rehabilitative/drug thearapies offered by conventional medicine. I have also seen him help people with circulatory and respiratory problems dramatically. As well as treating people who were suffering from mental and psychological problems as well with good results using the emotional liposuction techniqes.

In a world of frauds in the meditative/martial arts communities he is one of the few I have seen who had credibility in person. He is very honest about his abilities and will be the first to tell you if he cannot do something. Addtionally all of his stuff is solidly built off of technique and practice. No mythical nonsense. Everything is you do A and you get B. He is also open about the fact that his ability to do any of this is based off of lots of experimentation, good teachers, and years of spending several hours a day working on all of this. People out there can do some of this stuff, but the amount of effort required to do so is extreme and built over time. His techniques and training timelines closely mirror what I have seen among the few other credible practitioners I have met over the years and correspond to my own experiences which came from outside their systems.




I know Gary Clyman quite well. While his personality sets alot of people off he has some of the best martial tai chi I've ever seen. If you are in Chicago and want to see what real tai chi looks like go see Clyman. I never met anyone half as good while in living in Beijing.

BTW, Waysun Liao is no longer teaching the material he taught to Gary. As often happens as teachers age they find a new focus for their efforts. If you want to get the martial side of tai chi from Waysun's lineage you'll need to see Gary. Gary is very honest about what he is and is not capable of doing and I've never met anyone who doubted his skills who actually met him. Many people do not like Gary because of his personality. Too bad for them. I've often seen Gary repair the damage caused by other less concerned teachers and I've never seen him permanently hurt anyone either.

Out of a handful of teachers I've met who "had the goods" he is one of the most giving and certainly more concerned with his students' well being than most. He is quite intense. That is the reason why he is good at what he does. That said he is neither crazy or dangerous to the people around him. He just despises time wasters and chases them off. That cannot be said of all of the people I have studied with.

We all like to think that our teachers should be paradigms of virtue, have the wisdom of warrior sages and an angelic outward appearance. Reality rarely comes across that way. Several of my teachers completely terrified me and I often wondered if I would survive their training. Gary for example has never beaten me unconscious. The same cannot be said of a female teacher of mine who sits just over five feet tall and weights in at under 100 pounds. Likewise, the closest I ever came to death during training happened while going through a particularly intense series of trials at the hands of an angelic senior citizen that primarily practiced a school whose focus is out of body projection. It always surprises me when others meet these folks and are completely freaked out.





I have met at least a dozen or more of Liaos's students including those who have been practicing for over 30 years. It looks like this to me:

20 years ago or more he was teaching good stuff. I haven't seen any students who have been with him for less than 10-15 years who have in significant skill. Some of the older guys are really good and really nice. I know the training is very different than it used to be, because the older guys told me so.

The newer students seem to be way way off in some fantasy land. The older ones seem to have some base in reality. I don't think Liao actually teaches any Taichi anymore. If he does, just barely. It's all student teaching.

I think anyone with a solid six months of Jiujitsu could take out virtually any of the students who have less than ten years of taichi practice under there belts.

Even the guys who have been with him for over 20 years still say he hasn't given them everything which is very interesting since Liao himself was in training for less than 10.

I have touched hands in a teaching environment with Liao about half a dozen times. He is really really good! And, yes soft like a willow. Truely amazing. Very powerful.

To Liao, from his mouth, as I understood him say it, the purpose of taichi is to purify and return to the Mother, the Dao itself. I believe that is true.

It is also a nice excuse for students who don't want to face reality. They can just pretend that their taichi is good because they are "returning to the Dao." When someone puts them on the ground or into the wall they can respond with "That was really physical," or "Taichi is not a martial art," or any other nonsense that will help them justify the fact that they don't have anything to show for their training. I feel really sad for them. Especially because Liao is so good.




Quote: Dorian Black

My friend and Thetaobums-member LittlePie took part in Gary Clyman's „Personal Power Training“ and tested Gary's Jing: Gary touched him slightly on the shoulder and LittlePie went down like "hit by a sledge-hammer". Gary told him that he only used ONE vibration...he could have used HUNDREDS if he wanted to.




thetaobums member rodgerj testimonial:

Q: Lol, howd the Gary Clyman work for ya??

A: I have seen lots of people diss him and it's understandable. When I first spoke with him I nearly flew out to Chicago to fight him as he called me a looser. But he is actually a nice guy. Everyone has a personality and some are more eccentric then others. If we let our own pride and arrogance get in the way we could miss something valuable.

His training works. When I say it works I am talking about lightning in your arms. You want Jing or power for Martial Arts this will deliver. It seems to be mechanical in that you get just what you put in. I have met him and tested his Fa Jing and he has it for sure. At the time I was 240+ pounds and he made me leave the ground and hit a wall.

One thing to remember is that when he is presenting is Waysun Liao's entire system. This alone for me was a reason to train. I thought.... 'I can spend the next 20 years of my life to get some of this info from Master liao or I can get it all now' This is a wrong attitude but It was a long while ago and I was a bit younger.

To put in short.... you fill the dantien, burn some pathways, open up your channels, vibrate the energy and more. I remember when I first got some effects.... I had been feeling 'heat' and tingling' for ages. Threshold stuff. Then one day while training suddenly my arms felt like I was literally holding power lines. This grew to be everywhere. After, I noticed that when not training if I got emotional it would start im my arms on it's own. If I hit something a freakin lightning bolt would fly down my arm and out of my hand.

The focus in on the dantien. As well as the Chi Kung and Nei Kung there are other meditations like uprooting and sinking jing or Tai Chi connective meditations. It is powerful stuff. I do not do it anymore though because it does not mix with what I do. It is great for Martial arts as it covers Golden Bell etc.... In fact Grandmaster Gene Chicoine and a student of his met him. The student tried his Iron Palm on Master Clyman and just hurt is hand. Grandmaster Ch'ang Tung Sheng punched him in the face while he just laughed (to test his gold bell)

I could go on for ages but I can't really right now. I will answer any questions from PM's. Lastly though I will say that for those that think him charging $3000 for his Nei Kung is outrageous.... think about it.... this is 20 years or knowledge that you can get only two ways. Train 20 years or pay up. I will warn that there is a reason that this knowledge is given over time and not to jump into advanced stuff without a foundation! take time with it.

Before anyone criticizes I would say have the balls to do it to his face. Then come here you will have the right to comment. It's like a crazy man holding a bag of gold coins. You may think he is crazy and be put off by his madness but he still has the bag of gold coins. (I am not saying Gary is crazy BTW! he is a nice guy).





TTB member forestofsouls talks about his encounter with Waysun Liao here:


I was perusing the John Chang thread recently, and it made me wonder: how many people out there have actually met some one who could provide a real, demonstrable manifestation of chi or chi-like phenomenon? I think that Mr. Denty is right: once you taste the real thing, there's no doubt whatsoever. Personally, I've met two.
The most powerful was Master Waysun Liao.

When I met Master Liao, I wanted to "test" him. We've all seen those martial arts demonstrations where the so-called master demonstartes mystical techniques on people of their own choosing. I had this in mind and wanted to test ML. Much to my surprise, he ASKED me to test him.
At one point, I had my body wedged between the floor and his arm trying to keep him from lowering it, all to no avail. But the real kicker is when he was demonstrating how chi should feel when one is practicing correctly. Make no mistake, this stuff is as far from imagination as the law of gravity.

What we did was we all gathered in a circle. Master Liao had us put our hands out in the tai chi ball stance, which is standing shoulder width apart, with our palms facing one another, perpendicular to the floor. Sort of like holding a beach ball in front of you. He placed his hands around my hands,
without touching.
Then he said, let me know when you feel something.

Mind you, I was a chi skeptic at this time. I could feel vague light buzzings, but nothing substantial.

What I did was try to keep an open, empty mind and a relaxed body. I was curious, but quite sceptical. What happened was it felt like suddenly I was hooked up to a power generator. When I was younger, I once grabbed a refrigerator that wasn't fully grounded, and was mildly electocuted. It was similar, but it felt good. It started out vague, then I felt a lot of pressure as though I was submerged under water. I said nothing, and the feelings got very strong. Then the pressure gave way and it felt like liquid electicity was flowing throughout my body, and it felt as real and vivid as an oak table. I also felt my lower dan tien and upper dan tien swelling and opening, and it was ecstatic. It also felt like there was a fine electrical wire connecting the two dan tiens. I felt giddy and high, and couldn't stop smiling. It also felt there was an actual ball between my hands.

The main thought I had was "Oh my God I can't beleive this is real!"



Master Liao said that the object was to cultivate oneself so that one could feel that way without a master "charging you up".




Water and Spirit

Gary Clymans stuff is the real deal. I am qualified to make that statement because I purchased his Tidal Wave chi Kung and Mind Light Nei Kung.

It changed my life for the better. I do it everyday. It made me more graceful, think faster, I feel less tired, I feel more effective at work and at home. I feel more powerful. It really helped me to gather chi at Tan Tien and circulate it.

Dorian Black knows what he is talking about.




Hello Tao Bums World,

I am a young taoist pursuing the way. I have decided to join this forum because of a promise I made to Gary Clyman in exchange for showing me his techniques. He said that if his stuff was for real, then I should post on the Tao bums to tell all those "assholes" it was for real.

Now, I am not Clyman. I was not hypnotized by Clyman. I do not care if anyone takes classes or receives information from Clyman. I am not one of Clyman's students. All that said, the guy is legitimate. You may call him an asshole. I probably would. But, he has powerful internal power. He threw me against a wall with one wave of long power, on the floor, and gave me several punches each with a different feeling in the chest/stomach. These 5 strikes corresponded with the five elements (wood, Earth, water, fire, and metal). He named them before he hit me. I know that what he showed me was real because I had experienced other Tai Chi artists do similar demonstrations of power to me. Clyman's was just more of the internal power.

Regardless of what you think about the man, please remember that the Tao gives rise to both pleasant and unpleasant personalities. I believe Gary Clyman is a good person. His approach and way of speaking may offend some sensibilities, but the guy knows what he is talking about. He is open to demonstrations, he has nothing to lose.

That is my peace. I am happy to be apart of the Tao Bum community.




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