www.kungfulibrary.com LIAN GONG MI JUE: SECRET METHODS OF ACQUIRING EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL MASTERY The book was written by Jin Yi Ming in collaboration with Guo Cui Ya. The first edition of the book was issued in August of 1930.
Author: Andrew Timofeevich
Category: Sports & Recreation
Today as in the ancient time special exercises aimed at acquiring "Internal Mastery"(GONG FU) are one of the most important elements of Shaolin monks training. Those exercises is the core of the Shaolin martial training, they are the key to the true summit of mastery. An old proverb says: "If you exercise only the technique (style) but ignore special training you will be a nobody till your old days." "Special training" implies particular exercises for developing both WAI ZHUANG - "the External Power" and NEI ZHUANG - "the Internal Power." Those exercises (training procedures) are collected under a common title - LIAN GONG, literally "Exercising to Acquire Mastery."
Author of the → Sheng lian dan yao mi jue 昇煉丹藥秘訣. Huyang gong zhu 湖陽公主, “Princess of Huyang”  Name of a patient. In SE zhi 枳, LSZ cites a story second hand from the → Du Ren fang 杜壬方 about the treatment of a Huyang ...
Author: Zheng Jinsheng
Publisher: Univ of California Press
The Ben cao gang mu, compiled in the second half of the sixteenth century by a team led by the physician Li Shizhen (1518–1593) on the basis of previously published books and contemporary knowledge, is the largest encyclopedia of natural history in a long tradition of Chinese materia medica works. Its description of almost 1,900 pharmaceutically used natural and man-made substances marks the apex of the development of premodern Chinese pharmaceutical knowledge. The Ben cao gang mu dictionary offers access to this impressive work of 1,600,000 characters. This third book in a three-volume series offers detailed biographical data on all identifiable authors, patients, witnesses of therapies, transmitters of recipes, and further persons mentioned in the Ben cao gang mu and provides bibliographical data on all textual sources resorted to and quoted by Li Shizhen and his collaborators.
... Nei Wai Gong Tu Shuo Ming Ji Yao (Zi You Chu Ban She) Xie Ting Bai Chen Shi Tai Chi Pao Chui Quan (Hua Lian Chu Ban She, 1982) Yang Style, Taijiquan (Hai Feng Publishing Co, 1988) Zhang San Feng Chang San Feng Tai Chi Lian Ce Mi Jue ...
Author: Dan Docherty
Category: Sports & Recreation
Complete Tai Chi Chuan is the first book in English to deal extensively with the concepts of 'inside the door' training and the inner art, including therapeutic and martial aspects of Taoist internal alchemy. Drawing on original historical research, the author identifies the links between the art and Chinese philosophy. Fully illustrated throughout, the book includes: history, theory and philosophy, hand form, practical training, inside the door' training techniques, working with weapons and competition.
Records on Disciplining One's Yáng Xing Yùn Ming Lil # 4.3% of Temperament and Prolonging Life Secret Formulas for Health She Yāng Zhèn Zhòng Făng ###| || 7 Preservation Secrets of Shaolin Martial Arts Shao Lin Quán Shii Mi Jué y # # 5 ...
Author: Ming lü
Category: Medicine, Chinese
Learn all about the origins, theories, fundamentals and therapeutic effects of medical qi gong in this unique, practical textbook. As the first qi gong book designed especially for Chinese medicine practitioners and their patients, this book will teach you how to practice common qi gong forms to boost the health and combat illness. Common Chinese medicine disease patterns and their appropriate treatments using qi gong exercise are described in detail. We are sorry that the DVD content are not included.
... P. , 218 , 219 Master's Spring - Autumn Annals see Lů - Shi Chūn - Qiū ( EEK >> Master Liáng's Commentary on the ... 86 , 87 Huáng - zhong - gõng -9 , 46 , 86 , 90-91 Lín - zhông - gông Mi - 8 , 88 , 91 Tài - cù - jué - 46 Modes ...
Author: Joseph C.Y. Chen
Publisher: Hong Kong University Press
This book re-examines the nature of early Chinese work in natural science, on the basis of original records analysis and artifacts discovered in recent decades by archaeological explorations of China's past. It presents a concise account of early scientific ideas and thoughts of nature, and their effect on the development of natural science. It is suggested that the traditional characterization of early Chinese work in natural science requires substantial modification. The absence of early Chinese participation in the development of 'modern' science is not, as commonly assumed, a consequence of lacking early scientific tradition in ancient China. It is argued that the concept of 'inhibitive' factors is dubious without taking their dynamical relationships into account, and that socio-economical and political influence has to be considered when seeking answers to the major setbacks in science and technology in China. The book also shows that there is no basis for the claims saying that acoustics and astronomy in China have their roots in Babylon.
Mi's association with these turncoat officials later earned him the disdain of Yuan Jue , who condemned him by writing ... His collection included a painting by Su Shi that Yang had obtained from the Central Asian official Lian Xigong .
Author: Ankeney Weitz
An annotated translation of Zhou Mi’s (1232-1298) Record of Clouds and Mist Passing Before One’s Eyes (Yunyan guoyan lu). A valuable contribution to help broaden our understanding of the early care and transmission of artworks, the social dimensions of art collecting, and the development of a multi-ethnic society in Yuan China.
... Shao Lin Quan Shu Mi Jue (ᇞ៥᭟ЏҎ) by Zun Wo Zhai Zhu Ren (ᇞ៥᭟ЏҎ), Collection of Martial Art, Wu Shu Hui Zong (℺ ᴃ∛ᅫ), by Wan Lai Sheng (ϛ(아)ໄ), and An Esoterica on Refining and Conducting Qi, Lian Qi Xing Gong Miji (㒗⇨ ...
Author: Kevin Chen
Publisher: Singing Dragon
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Qigong is one of the most important aspects of traditional Chinese culture and medicine. In recent years, Qigong therapy has attracted more and more attention from modern medicine and science and is now widely applied in clinical settings to treat illness and promote well-being. Chinese Medical Qigong is the first English translation of the only official textbook of medical Qigong, now in its third edition, used in colleges and universities of traditional Chinese medicine in China. Correlating the traditional therapies of Qigong with the most recent outcomes of modern scientific research, it is the authoritative introduction to the knowledge system and content of Qigong study. This textbook will be an essential tool for medical students and healthcare professionals working in complementary and alternative therapies as well as for all those seeking a better understanding of the beneficial medical applications of Qigong.
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Author: Bruce Kam-kwan KwongPublish On: 2009-12-04
Liang, Jiaquan (2001) Liu qi bao dong mi xin: Yingfang jue mi dang an p. guang, Xianggang: Jing ji ri bao chu ban she. ... Taiwan di fang pai xi de xing cheng fa zhan yu zhi bian, Taibei: Yun Chen Wen Hua Shi ye gu fen you xian gong si.
Author: Bruce Kam-kwan Kwong
Category: Political Science
Examines whether patron-client relations are critical to the electoral victory of candidates; how the political elites cultivate support from clients in order to obtain more votes during local elections; and tests the extent to which whether patron-client relations are crucial in order for candidates to obtain more ballots during elections.
Mi Cu ( Acetum Oryzae ) , Bian Xu , 234 ; Feng Fang , 659 ; San Qi , 334 Mi Tuo Seng ( Lithargyrum ) , Zao Jiao ... 51 ; Lian Qiao , 98 ; Mai Men Dong , 581,582 ; Niu Bang Zi , 48 ; Niu Huang , 483 ; Nü Zhen Zi , 597 ; Pu Gong Ying ...
Author: Xu Li
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
This clearly written, comprehensively indexed, and reader-friendly manual contains more than 350 monographs -- each describing the functions, indications, combinations, and applications of commonly used Chinese Materia Medica. Comprehensive monographs contain: details of main ingredients, taste and nature, channels entered, functions and indications, common dosage, precautions and contraindications. Unique tabular format lists provide "at-a-glance" accessibility. Summary tables in each chapter help you obtain quick overviews of the material covered. Unique coverage on toxicity and legal status. Comprehensive list of appendices and indices -- listings are by pinyin, pharmaceutical, and English names for easy reference.