The fundamental reality in the Daoist understanding is divided in “nothing” and “everything.” The existence of one gives life to the opposite. The existence of everything gives purpose to nothing. One cannot exist without the other, and so the coexistence can be called the way of nature. The principles of Yin and Yang can be applied to internal practice. (Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Qi Gong, Nei Gong and so on) The interaction of soft and… Read More

Travel by Road The Wuhan-Shiyan expressway connects Wudang Mountain with Wuhan and the Xiangfan-Jingzhou expressway which reaches Wudang Mountain, Xiangfan, and Jingzhou, and both run to the Pearl River Delta and Yangtze River Delta. The Fuzhou-Yinchuan expressway reaches Wudang Mountain and Xi’an and national roads 316 and 209 both pass through Wudang Mountain, with long-distance buses coming ten times a day. There are three tourist roads on Wudang Mountain: one from the… Read More

I can highly recommend this book to add to your internal studies. The content is for advanced practitioners and may be hard to understand for beginners, I found myself returning to this book multiple times to understand every time a little bit more. Nei Gong: The Authentic Classic, (Nei Gong Zhen Chuan) is an obscure text of unknown origin, yet it stands alone as the definitive text on internal energy and the generation of internal power. Hand… Read More

Wudang Mountain, one of the most famous Taoism holy land, south to Shennongjia primitive forest, north to Danjiangkou Reservoir, locates in Danjiangkou, Shiyan City, Hubei Province. Wudang Mountain was listed as World’s Cultural Heritage by UNESCO, China National Scenic Area, the origin of Taoism and Wudang Boxing, reputed as everlasting fairy mountain. Ancient emperors praised Taoism in Wudang Mountain and reached a peak in Ming Dynasty. Emperor Yongle, the third emperor of… Read More

After being in Wudang frequently I can tell you which gadgets and equipment are useful for your daily needs. Let me present you: The TOP 15 List for things you need but cannot buy in Wudang. Must Have No.1 Ultranatura Mosquito Net Luna The hanging solution for mosquito nets proved useful for the school apartments in Wudang. I simply needed a simple cord to attach this mosquito net over my bed. Must… Read More

Do you have a power bank? Do you want to take it to China? If yes, you might have a problem. See why: You’re at the Beijing airport on your way to Europe. You’ve flown so many times that security procedures became a routine for you. Take your jacket and coat off. Take out bag with cosmetics. Take out all electronics. Everything set. You don’t even have to think about it. Just… Read More

Qi Gong and Tai Ji becomes gradually more famous, and more people begin their practice. One thing, however, remains unknown due to the cheap clothing industry: Chinese clothing mass production uses an Asian size index; this makes it highly unlikely that the uniform will fit for Europeans. Most practitioners wear a cheaply made uniform in the wrong size. This situation is incredibly sad because the training suit should be carefully custom-fit, especially for your… Read More

Wudang Kung Fu is one of the two most typical styles of traditional Chinese martial arts, the other being Shaolin. It’s a famous saying in China that “In the north, Shaolin Kung Fu is king; yet in the south, Wudang Kung Fu rules.” Unlike its northern counterpart, which is known for its “external” form of martial arts and integration with Zen Buddhism, Wudang Kung Fu is an “internal” martial art based on… Read More

Traditional Chinese Gong Fu lost its practicality after the end of the cold weapon age. Wudang, one of the most famous forms, is trying to carry the tradition forward into a new age. Zhong Yunlong, born in 1964, is 14th generation Wudang Sanfeng Sect. He came to Wudang when he was 19 years old and exchanged Gong Fu arts with other sects on behalf of Wudang. Zhong returned to the Purple Cloud… Read More

Master Zhong Yunlong is a 14th generation legitimate inheritor of Wudang Sanfeng Pai (Pai equates to sect), an Orthodox Wudang Internal Kung Fu successor of two great Wudang Taoist masters and senior priests: Guo Gao Yi and Zhu Chengde. When Wudang Taoism first opened to the outside world, Master Zhong Yunlong was sent by the Wudang Taoist Association, to unearth Wudang martial arts which were then only being practiced outside the temple. The Wudang Taoist Association… Read More

As a famous Taoist shrine, Wudang Mountain is located in Shiyan City, Hubei Province. Also called Taihe and Xuanyue Mountain, it is renowned for its magnificent ancient building complex and appealing natural landscape. In 1994, the Ancient Building Complex on the mountain was included on the World Heritage List by UNESCO. Besides, the mountain is said to be the birthplace of the famous Chinese Wudang Martial Arts. History Construction of the Ancient Building Complex started… Read More

Master Yuan Xiu Gang was born in 1971, he is a Daoist priest (Daoist name Shi Mao) and a 15th generation disciple of Wudang SanFeng Sect. Master Yuan’s lineage dates back to the 14th century when Zhang San Feng became enlightened by the Dao and created Taijiquan. Master Yuan has loved martial arts since his early childhood. At the age of 7, he started basic physical training in wushu, and at 16… Read More

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