This is is our latest translation project, we prepared these questions for Master Chen Shiyu since these are […]
Without knowing what is behind the mountains, the expectation of finding a new higher mountain is high. This […]
These two chapters are important for understanding the master’s ambition. It is a common mistake to question what is not understood under the rule of heaven. The experience or so the Jade that is described in chapter 70 is why and how the master chose this path for his students to follow.
I experienced that many westerns think different about Daoism or have a different idea of what Daoism should be. Here I want to address some of the common misunderstandings westerners mostly have about Daoism.
Chapter 56 follows the principles of equality. We asked Master Yuan Xiu Gang about the deeper meaning.
“The valley spirit does not die, it is called the invisible mother.”
“The gate of the invisible mother is the root of heaven and earth.”
“Formless but appears to exist, use it and it never depletes.”
Traditional schools build character and improve the individual. It is the tradition which keeps everybody oriented and on the right path.
We held the interview completely in Chinese and then constructed a translation with our translator who is a native speaker and Coach in our academy and follower of the Daoist doctrines for many years.
Between all of the politics and competitions, deep in the valleys of the Wudang mountains is the last refuge. The purpose is to live in the mountains and practice the internal arts. Deep in the Yiren valley is a circle of seekers and believers of the truth.
The swordsmanship is one of the features of the Wudang school,” says Chen Shiyu, inheritor of the Taoist kung fu in Wudang style. “The sword is considered as ‘king of weapons’. It has a sense of elegance.
Xuan Wu Quan is also known as Liang Yi Quan in Taoist language. It is the simplest form that has a distinct Wudang feeling, but the form is one of the more advanced contents and requires years of training.