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Sword-Finger Qigong in Eight Forms by Master Wang Xiang Dang

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Hi everybody. Does someone know any info about the system Sword-Finger Qigong in Eight Forms , that used to be taught in the Chinese Taoist Martial Arts Association (CTMAA) in Chicago? I searched the net to find any contact of instructor but do not find any info.

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I dont know about what youre talking about, but I do think that transforming your finger in an sword can be pretty dangerous if you dont know how to wield it

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I'm not sure how current the page is, FWIW, CTMAA lists the SFQG8 form on its site here:

http://ctmaa.com/content/Qigong-Qi-Gong-Chi-Kung-Chicago/index.html

 

     At CTMAA, regular weekly classes and summer workshops on the following qigong methods will be given:

  • Sword-Finger Qigong in Eight Forms
  • Zhineng Qigong
  • Five-Dragon School Inner Alchemy Qigong

 

 They will be described in more detail in the following sections.

 

1. Sword-Finger Qigong in Eight Forms 

    This qigong method, passed down by Master Wang Xiang-Dang, is one of the most complete qigong methods transmitted in secrecy from master to disciple through many generations.  In the past, the method could only be taught to disciples of the Tao and was otherwise reserved to royalty for their use in the preservation of health.

 

Qigong (Qi Gong or Chi Kung) Master Wang Xiang Dang

Qigong Master Wang Xiang Dang

 

     The Sword-Finger Qigong incorporates the essence of mystical union of the individual with heaven and earth.  It teaches the ways of gathering the energies of heaven and earth to circulate them in the human body as the means of maintaining good health and developing potential special abilities.  In centuries past, there was no single complete set of deep-penetrating sword-finger exercises for internal organs; only single sword-finger and double sword-finger exercises.  This Sword-Finger Qigong in Eight Forms is probably the first complete set of deep-penetrating qigong for training the qi which has been made available to the general public.

    Although the method consists of very simple movements and is very easy to learn, it is very effective in healing or recovering from fatigue.  In average, it takes about three to four sessions (or hours) to learn this method.  In other words, after attending the Wednesday's class three to four times, you should be able to practice it by yourself at any time.   The total time to practice the whole eight sections in this method is about half hour.

 

Sword Finger Qigong (Qi Gong or Chi Kung) workshop at CTMAA

Sword Finger Qigong workshop at CTMAA

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On 24/06/2020 at 3:25 PM, Scholar said:

I dont know about what youre talking about, but I do think that transforming your finger in an sword can be pretty dangerous if you dont know how to wield it

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On 30/06/2020 at 2:15 PM, sambista2002 said:

I'm not sure how current the page is, FWIW, CTMAA lists the SFQG8 form on its site here:

http://ctmaa.com/content/Qigong-Qi-Gong-Chi-Kung-Chicago/index.html

 

     At CTMAA, regular weekly classes and summer workshops on the following qigong methods will be given:

  • Sword-Finger Qigong in Eight Forms
  • Zhineng Qigong
  • Five-Dragon School Inner Alchemy Qigong

 

 They will be described in more detail in the following sections.

 

1. Sword-Finger Qigong in Eight Forms 

    This qigong method, passed down by Master Wang Xiang-Dang, is one of the most complete qigong methods transmitted in secrecy from master to disciple through many generations.  In the past, the method could only be taught to disciples of the Tao and was otherwise reserved to royalty for their use in the preservation of health.

 

Qigong (Qi Gong or Chi Kung) Master Wang Xiang Dang

Qigong Master Wang Xiang Dang

 

     The Sword-Finger Qigong incorporates the essence of mystical union of the individual with heaven and earth.  It teaches the ways of gathering the energies of heaven and earth to circulate them in the human body as the means of maintaining good health and developing potential special abilities.  In centuries past, there was no single complete set of deep-penetrating sword-finger exercises for internal organs; only single sword-finger and double sword-finger exercises.  This Sword-Finger Qigong in Eight Forms is probably the first complete set of deep-penetrating qigong for training the qi which has been made available to the general public.

    Although the method consists of very simple movements and is very easy to learn, it is very effective in healing or recovering from fatigue.  In average, it takes about three to four sessions (or hours) to learn this method.  In other words, after attending the Wednesday's class three to four times, you should be able to practice it by yourself at any time.   The total time to practice the whole eight sections in this method is about half hour.

 

Sword Finger Qigong (Qi Gong or Chi Kung) workshop at CTMAA

Sword Finger Qigong workshop at CTMAA

Yes, is this one. I am  contacting the theacher. 

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