Lam Sai Wing. IRON THREAD

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Tiet Sin Qi Gong

Southern Shaolin Qigong*

Secret Exercises of Southern Shaolin Monks
Old canonical form (Tao) "Iron Thread"

TID SIN KUEN

Book by Legendary Grandmaster
Lam Sai Wing
(1860 - 1943)

Southern Shaolin Kung Fu - Tiger Style

Shaolin Temple Kung Fu

*Qi Gong, Qigong, Chi Kung, Chi Gong etc. are different spelling of the Chinese term . The first hieroglyph in this context means "inner energy" (Qi or Chi), the second hieroglyph means "achievements attained by diligent work" or "attained mastership" (Gong, Gung, Kung etc.). In future we shall use the spelling "Qi Gong".

Lam Sai Wing was one of the best fighters of his time, an outstanding master of Southern Shaolin Hung Gar Kung Fu and a disciple of the legendary Wong Fei Hung. At the beginning of twentieth century, supposedly in 1917-1923, when Lam Sai Wing was the Chief Instructor in hand-to-hand combat in the armed forces of Fujian province, he wrote three books on traditional Shaolin methods of the achievement of the highest mastership. In those books he scrutinized combat techniques of Tiger and Crane styles, as well as the old Shaolin method of developing the "internal" and "external" force. The books are illustrated with a great number of fine drawings showing the author demonstrate his wonderful techniques. Until now the books of Master Lam Sai Wing serve as a basic textbook for those who seriously practices Hung Gar in China.

The correct movement of Dong makes a fighter fast and powerful like the tiger and gives the strength to move off a mountain... 

/ "The Secrets of Pugilistic Art of Shaolin Monastery/

"This method is the best for those who practice the Martial Arts. Thanks to this method, I myself could achieve my tutor Wong Fei Hung's results and Master Fei Hung could achieve the results of honorable tutor Lam Fook Sing who in his time was the best disciple of Tid Kiu Sam, the unsurpassed Master…"

/Lam Sai Wing/

"From my own experience I know that the most impressing thing in TID SIN Qi Gong is that the physical strength of those who train themselves can be increased by nine times. It is hard to believe for those who did not practice this method..."

/Lei Sai Fai/

LAM SAI WING
An article from "ZHONGGUO WUSHU ZENMING CIDIAN" - Dictionary "Well-known Masters of the Chinese Wushu" edited by Chang Cang and Zhou Lichang.

Lam Sai Wing

Lam Sai Wing 

(1860-1943)
"Since my young years till now, for 50 years, I have been learning from Masters. 
I am happy that I have earned the love of my tutors who passed on me the Shaolin Mastery…"

Short Historical Essay on Master Lam Sai Wing Written by his Disciple Jyu Yu Jaai.

Art of Tid Sin Qi Gong inherited from the past and handed down by Lam Sai Wing

"The Iron Thread"

Priceless Heritage of Southern Shaolin Inherited from the Past and Handed Down by Venerable Grandmaster Lam Sai Wing

Southern Shaolin Qi Gong

"Each kind of Gong Fu has its own method of training and its own secrets. This book just gives the most complete and visual guidance for correct training in Tid Sin. It is indispensable for all who practice Qi Gong and Gong Fu."

/Lei Sai Fai/

Provides a detailed description of the old Shaolin method of "Internal Training"

A master of the Iron Thread can withstand, with no consequences, the strongest of blows, including ones with heavy objects or cold steel, bend thick iron rods with his hands, and his "rooting power" is so strong that he cannot be displaced by a group of strong people.

In addition, this wonderful method strengthens all internal organs, bones, muscles and sinews. The entire body thrives and rejuvenate.

Iron Thread form was created by Tid Kiu Sam (Iron Bridge III), one of the best martial artists in the history of China. His real name was Leung Kwan (1813-1886). He was one of the famous Ten Tigers of Guangdong. 

Tid Kiu Sam was born in the town of Nanghai, Guangdong province. He, the third child in the family, became a disciple of a monk from the Shaolin Temple, Gwok Yan. Gwok Yan was one of the greatest masters of the Southern Shaolin Hung Gar Kuen school. He was known along the whole length of the Yangtse river. Through the years Tid Kiu Sam passed his knowledge down to one of his students, Lam Fook Sing. Some time later Lam Fook Sing taught Wong Fei Hung (1847-1924) and the latter Wong Fei Hung taught Lam Sai Wing (1860-1943). 

The Iron Thread is considered as the highest form taught in the traditional Southern Shaolin Hung Gar Kung Fu system. This method belongs to a branch of "hard", or fighting Southern Shaolin Qi Gong (Chi Kung) and considered as "Internal Training". A master of the Iron Thread can withstand, with no consequences, the strongest of blows, including ones with heavy objects or cold steel, bend thick iron rods with his hands, and his "rooting power" is so strong that he cannot be displaced by a group of strong people. In addition, this wonderful method strengthens all internal organs, bones, muscles and sinews. The entire body thrives and rejuvenate. Benefits of this training are endless.

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Lam Sai Wing.  IRON THREAD.

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Original edition: Hong Kong, 1957; translated from Chinese in 2002 - 2007 

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186 pages, 9 x 6 inches

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English

ISBN-13: 

978-1440475009

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TID SIN (Iron Thread): Performance by Ng Ping Kuen (Part I)

TID SIN (Iron Thread): Performance by Ng Ping Kuen (Part II)

Master Ng Ping Kuen talks about Iron Thread (Part I) Master Ng Ping Kuen talks about Iron Thread (Part II)

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