Canonical Texts of Shaolin Monastery

Ten Precepts Requirements 18 Wonderful 72 Secret Arts of QIGONG ( Chi Kung ):
of Shaolin to a Shaolin Methods of Shaolin  Monks from the Secrets of the Use of Breath-Chi

Fighters

Fighter

Monks

Shaolin Monastery

in Martial Practice

Shaolin Kung Fu: Introduction Into the True Methods of the Fisticuff Art of Shaolin Monastery

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10 Precepts of Shaolin Fighters
Requirements to a Shaolin Fighter
18 Wonderful Methods of Shaolin Monks
72 Secret Arts of Monks from the Shaolin Monastery
QIGONG ( Chi Kung ) - Secrets of the Use of Breath-Chi in Martial Practice

Shaolin Tutor Qiu Yuechan (Meditation of the Autumn Moon): "Train yourself so that all the bones and the joins of your body would become mobile and lively, the Tiger and the Dragon of your body would freely move.

Master the strength of your heart and place the heart of your feet under its command, and it is then that one of your fingers will be more powerful than thunder and stronger than ten thousand people."

The Iron Buffalo ploughs the field and fists fly around freely. Long rapid steps, the hand catches the tiger's eye, and body turns like "Whirling Horse", and  circular foot movement "a Blue Dragon Shaolin Monks: Kung Fu Training
Wags its Tail" are immediately executed, and then a new turn around the axis... You are jumping, squatting, laying on the ground, delivering blows, as if with flail, rushing down to the enemy like an avalanche, delivering heavy punches and striking the tiger's eye. Shaolin Monks: Kung Fu Training
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Main Secret of the Shaolin Training in the 

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The book was written in 1934 with blessing and direct participation of the Abbot of the Shaolin Monastery Reverend Miao Xing nicknamed "Golden Arhat"

Jin Jing Zhong:

"We collected all we had seen and heard, we gathered ancient manuscripts given to us by our tutors to compile the present edition".

"72 Arts are perfect exercises. First of all, it is necessary to assimilate the hornbook of mastership. Apt moment, apt time, apt mystery... Strictly observe instructions, and you will be able to become as perfect as the Dragon"

/Shaolin Tutor Chun Jin/

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Jin Jing Zhong

Authentic Shaolin Heritage: Training Methods of 72 Arts of Shaolin. 

(Tanjin, 1934) .

For the first time the book describes full training methods in all 72 Shaolin Arts. Being until recently for outsiders the most secret part of training of Shaolin monks, which made them invulnerable in fight, 72 Shaolin Arts at the present time become available to all who are ready to practice them persistently and with an open heart. Training methods described in the book allow to develop supernatural abilities, far beyond abilities of an ordinary man...

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"The Shaolin Martial Art has

absorbed a lot of schools and

styles. 72 Arts are the top of

true mastership" 

/Shaolin Tutor Ru Jing/

Secrets of
Southern Shaolin
Lam Sai Wing
Lam Sai Wing
 (1860-1943)

A verse written by Shaolin monk Lo Wang says:

"I practice Martial Arts in the Palace of Thousand Buddhas, and midnight stars are shining in my hands. I hear the monk laugh opposite me, he has got a success in exercises. Step by step I am getting drunk while I profusely breathe out. I free myself from iron links of the chain, and fighting monks can fly in a dance. The sweat is running down and washing my heels, bloody sweat moistens the soil. Heroes famous in the ancient times knew how it was difficult to train "heart and mind capture".

Shaolin Temple - the Hall of Arhats

"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…"

Traditional technique of Southern Shaolin Hung Gar Kuen inherited from the past and handed down by Lam Sai Wing

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Lam Sai Wing

(1860 - 1943)

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An excerpt from Treatise "The Secrets of Pugilistic Combat of Shaolin Monastery"

Shaolin Temple - the Hall of Arhats

Qi Gong Tiet Sin

Tiet Sin Qi Gong - canonical book by Lam Sai Wing

"From my own experience I know that the most impressing thing in TIET 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..."

Li Shi Hui

Book by Lam Sai Wing "Tiet Sin Kuen"

"The Secrets of Pugilistic Combat of Shaolin Monastery" contain records which say that since ancient times late in the night, when it was quiet like in a primeval forest and slumber reined around, fighting monks, full of combat spirit, went to the Room Fatang of the Hall of Thousand Buddhas to do fighting exercises. 

In the Palace of Thousand Buddhas on the Ming Column were hung up sand-bags and along the northern wall stood vessels full of corn, sand and iron filings. Some fighting monks guided by a monk-tutor trained their fingers, for this purpose they poked them into corn, sand and iron filings. The others stroke at the men of woods with naked hands. Besides, four groups of young monks sat in a posture of the tiger and trained "Sin I Ba" (mastering the Heart and the Mind). At that time the happenings in the Fatang Room could agitate and frighten the brave man of courage.

The monks holding a brick in their left hand stroke at it with their right hand and the brick was broken into two halves with a crack. Some easily broke solid stones into pieces with their "iron" fists and twisted around their waist iron rods as if those rods were strings; they looked like the Eight Wizards crossing the sea, because each of them was permeated with divine spiritual power. All monks stubbornly trained, sweat was running on their backs, some had bleeding broken fingers, but nevertheless they went on training themselves with resolution and eagerness. 

Thanks to such persistent and incessant training during ten years one could strike through the wall a round hole. Twenty-year old fighters were able to break a brick with their hand, fists of thirty-year old fighters were as strong as metal and they could break a stone into small pieces. Forty-year olds were so strong that they could break down a beam. At fifty, in spite of their advanced years, fighters continued their training with inflexible will. Even at sixty, seventy or eighty they trained each day. First, they tempered their body to resist diseases and, second, until extreme old age they enjoyed health and viability, put off senility and prolonged their life.

Secrets of Southern Shaolin Kung Fu
Secrets
of
Southern Shaolin
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…"

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Canonical Texts of Shaolin Monastery

 
Ten Precepts Requirements 18 Wonderful 72 Secret Arts of QIGONG ( Chi Kung ):
of Shaolin to a Shaolin Methods of Shaolin  Monks from the Secrets of the Use of Breath-Chi

Fighters

Fighter

Monks

Shaolin Monastery

in Martial Practice

 

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