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39 minutes ago, vrihlea said:

 

is the offer still up ?

 

I probably shouldnt have mentioned anything about that - it wasnt me, I have not amassed such a level of gung, I stuck around in society instead :rolleyes::lol:  (iirc it was somewhat in response to shit talkers.)

 

feats of qi most often cost training time, jing, qi.

 

 

 

but it was fun doing energetic push hands with my buddy (a different person than aforementioned, of course,) and "pushing, pulling and freezing" was how I made him take a step back without touching him at all.  he started laughing and said "you bastard"

:lol:

cultivate fundamentals ;)
 

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23 minutes ago, vrihlea said:

 

Can you expand a little bit on what you mean by: "pushing, pulling and freezing" ?
Who is teaching this ? Where ? and how much does it cost ?

Google Ling kong jin and you will find sources. 

The basic pulling and pushing exercises are in Mantak Chias book about Cosmic Qigong which is a translation of Kong Jing Gong. 

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1 hour ago, windwalker said:

 

hardly, by all means no....didnt see any questions maybe I missed them.

 

It would have been better to start with asking how by what  it is said to work.

or maybe some thoughts on it....

 

There is a  good clip that kind of goes into some of the theory of it.

But of course most here already "know"  because ?  they know...

 

good clip showing a way to approach something..actually might be more important

then to to know and understand something.   

 

 

 

 

 

And this clip relates to contactless fighting in which way? 

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1 hour ago, Chang said:

My advice would be to steer clear of the fantastical and restrict your studies to Taoist health and martial arts. Kong Jin, much like Mo Pai, is a road leading nowhere.

I thought this all is/was part of martial arts.

 

1 hour ago, Mudfoot said:

Google Ling kong jin and you will find sources. 

The basic pulling and pushing exercises are in Mantak Chias book about Cosmic Qigong which is a translation of Kong Jing Gong. 

I've given up on trying to learn something from books and/or by googling stuff, if you want to learn something you have to find someone who can teach you. At least that's how I see it

 

1 hour ago, Mudfoot said:

And this clip relates to contactless fighting in which way? 

take a look at min 42

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39 minutes ago, vrihlea said:

 

take a look at min 42

It is not contactless (referring to Changs statement about this, which my initial comment also was about), and it seems to be performed on students. 

I saw this back in -98. 

So from the point of view of what has been discussed lately in this thread,  this is a diversion from the discussion, avoiding the issue. 

 

And you are right,  learning from a teacher is the best way. 

PM me if you want to get examples of traditions that use the basic exercises, so you can find a live teacher. 

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I have a videotape in my basement from 2001, of me practicing empty force on one of my practice partners, where I make him loose balance and fall back in a sofa. 

 

I was standing 3-4 feet away. 

 

But,  he did not resist, on the contrary, he tried to feel what I was doing. 

That is an entirely different animal than a contactless useful martial technique. 

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