Li Ching-Yuen

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i believe he also ate a lot of goji berries :D


bagua might refer to eight section brocade which is also some times called bagua exercises.. at least that was the impression i got from several books published in english

stuart olson- has several in which Li Ching-Yuen is mentioned

he translated Li's instructions for the eight section brocade (bagua exercises) in his book

Qigong Teachings of a Taoist Immortal: The Eight Essential Exercises of Master Li Ching-yun


and Li is briefly mentioned in

Steal My Art: The Life and Times of T'ai Chi Master, T.T. Liang

as Liang studied with a general named yang who was a student of Li (if i remember correctly)



i think Da Lu also briefly mentions Li in some of his books



and then of course nine dragon bagua zhang

which is also attributed to Li




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