Since the very beginning of my training, I always had a strong feeling that the training was worthwhile. But I couldn't logically explain why. And that bothered me for thirty years. I'm not one to just go on a feeling. Yet I did for decades.
The martial arts have had a long history of suppression and censorship. This has led to literally hundreds or maybe even thousands of martial arts being lost. Completely erased.
These were ancient bodies of knowledge with great benefit to huma
There is an emotion that is not human but is. We just don't recognize it as such. In the degrees of Shifu we have always called it "Becoming the Beast". That refers to the feeling in each individual beast. But there is a more generic form of it
This is the first lesson in our Cobra Chi Gung course. This is an ancient fighting art which was thought to be lost. At least that's what the history books say. Fortunately, it was not lost. Just safely hidden away. The principles taught are t
In this episode we cover the definition of Shou' Shu'. This is not the definition typically given by Shou' Shu' practitioners but rather a broader look at what makes a given technique or motion Shou' Shu'.
In most cases we talk abotu Shou' Sh
In our introductory podcast I talk about the typical persons early perceptions of martial arts. Where those perceptions were formed. The implications of those perceptions and how you can think about them now.
Sheng Chi teaches the art of Shou'
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