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Esoteric Martial Arts of Zen.2: Evolution at Source - Marrow Washing By Edward Orem
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This chi kung set is a complex one, with both physical and internal movements. It is not physically difficult, but the length of time required to pay attention to the subtle movements of the various... More > energies is a suitable task for advanced students of the arts.This second manual is a capstone to the tripartite training (18 Hands of the Lohan, Muscle-Tendon Changes, and Marrow Washing) as handed down by Bodhidharma at Shaolin Songshan Temple, ca. 530 A.D. See my first manual for a treatment of the first two systems.“Returning to Source” refers to the conscious use of Original Heavenly Tien Chi and Earth Di Chi to renew your own chi and return to a natural, balanced state. From that point of balance you have access to a conscious modification of your DNA. How? By generating and guiding these energy sources of light into your muscles-organs-meridians, then pumping and packing the chi into your bones, into your marrow (includes your brain!), and then washing your genetic helices with that light.< Less
Esoteric Martial Arts of Zen.2: Evolution at Source - Marrow Washing By Edward Orem
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This chi kung set is a complex one, with both physical and internal movements. It is not physically difficult, but the length of time required to pay attention to the subtle movements of the various... More > energies is a suitable task for advanced students of the arts. This second manual is a capstone to the tripartite training (18 Hands of the Lohan, Muscle-Tendon Changes, and Marrow Washing) as handed down by Bodhidharma at Shaolin Songshan Temple, ca. 530 A.D. See my first ESOMAZ manual for a treatment of the first two systems. “Returning to Source” refers to the conscious use of Original Heavenly Tien Chi and Earth Di Chi to renew your own chi and return to a natural, balanced state. From that point of balance you have access to a conscious modification of your DNA. How? By generating and guiding these energy sources of light into your muscles-organs-meridians, then pumping and packing the chi into your bones, into your marrow (includes your brain!), and then washing your genetic helices with that light.< Less
The Masters Manual -- Chuan Fa Kenpo Close Combat By Edward Orem
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For instructors of non-sport martial training, this Master’s Manual details 340 duan chuan fa or “Short Fist” extremely aggressive and terminal close range fighting techniques,... More > maneuvers and strategies against specific aggressions. As this is oriented toward seasoned instructors, no photos are included, nor are they necessary with the detailed written directions. This is not “self defense” material: that is not its genesis and it is patently inappropriate for those who do not train seriously. The techniques present combinations of throws, locks, breaks, holds, chops, kicks, punches and other strikes arranged in 11 levels of belt ranks up to 5th Black, as presently used in the Chuan Fa Kenpo system. Each technique will easily suggest 10 optional and equally effective maneuvers, i.e. these are “seeds” for dynamic, adaptive responses.< Less
The Masters Manual -- Chuan Fa Kenpo Close Combat By Edward Orem
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For instructors of non-sport martial training, this Master’s Manual details 340 duan chuan fa or “Short Fist” extremely aggressive and terminal close range fighting techniques,... More > maneuvers and strategies against specific aggressions. As this is oriented toward seasoned instructors, no photos are included, nor are they necessary with the detailed written directions. This is not “self defense” material: that is not its genesis and it is patently inappropriate for those who do not train seriously.The techniques present combinations of throws, locks, breaks, holds, chops, kicks, punches and other strikes arranged in 11 levels of belt ranks up to 5th Black, as presently used in the Chuan Fa Kenpo system. Each technique will easily suggest 10 optional and equally effective maneuvers, i.e. these are “seeds” for dynamic, adaptive responses. There has been a deliberate attempt in the Manual’s layout to allow room for you to leave tracks as you modify these seminal maneuvers.< Less
Esoteric Martial Arts of Zen: Training Methods from the Patriarch By Edward Orem
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This book addresses how to explore, generate and control energies not usually available to humans. 190 photographs and step-by-step instruction in two of the most influential and powerful training... More > systems ever handed down: Shipalohanshou/18 Methods of the Enlightened Ones and Yijinjing/Muscle-Sinew Changing. It offers integrated training for those who wish to do the work of improving cerebral functions, coming to full understanding of the human experience, and maintaining multi-level health. It is based on the training methods from ancient India and China, as experienced by the founder of Chan/Zen Buddhism, Bodhidharma (Tamo) as he grew into adulthood and spiritual maturity. The Patriarch of Zen was considered a dangerous rebel by the status quo, and for good reason: his approach to human development rejected authority outside of oneself, including scripture and officials. Officials/Intellectuals within the Buddhist hierarchy have always had a hard time with Tamo's methods of direct pointing.< Less
Esoteric Martial Arts of Zen.2: Evolution at Source - Marrow Washing By Edward Orem
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This chi kung set is a complex one, with both physical and internal movements. It is not physically difficult, but the length of time required to pay attention to the subtle movements of the various... More > energies is a suitable task for advanced students of the arts. This second manual is a capstone to the tripartite training (18 Hands of the Lohan, Muscle-Tendon Changes, and Marrow Washing) as handed down by Bodhidharma at Shaolin Songshan Temple, ca. 530 A.D. See my first manual for a treatment of the first two systems. “Returning to Source” refers to the conscious use of Original Heavenly Tien Chi and Earth Di Chi to renew your own chi and return to a natural, balanced state. From that point of balance you have access to a conscious modification of your DNA. How? By generating and guiding these energy sources of light into your muscles-organs-meridians, then pumping and packing the chi into your bones, into your marrow (includes your brain!), and then washing your genetic helices with that light.< Less
Esoteric Martial Arts of Zen: Training Methods from the Patriarch By Edward Orem
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This book addresses how to explore, generate and control energies not usually available to humans. 190 photographs and step-by-step instruction in two of the most influential and powerful training... More > systems ever handed down: Shipalohanshou/18 Methods of the Enlightened Ones and Yijinjing/Muscle-Sinew Changing. It offers integrated training for those who wish to do the work of improving cerebral functions, coming to full understanding of the human experience, and maintaining multi-level health. It is based on the training methods from ancient India and China, as experienced by the founder of Chan/Zen Buddhism, Bodhidharma (Tamo) as he grew into adulthood and spiritual maturity. The Patriarch of Zen was considered a dangerous rebel by the status quo, and for good reason: his approach to human development rejected authority outside of oneself, including scripture and officials. Officials/Intellectuals within the Buddhist hierarchy have always had a hard time with Tamo's methods of direct pointing.< Less
Slip Slidin' Down Gold Mountain By Edward Orem
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There have gotta be better choices than beheading, hanging or slavery for the young son of a famous Cantonese martial hero and a legendary woman warrior-shaman. Northern California, 1850's: Heroes... More > and villains from three cultures (Native Peoples, Chinese, Anglo) collide violently as they struggle to survive the raw, quickly-changing frontier society of the Gold Rush. The woman warrior-shaman Yana from Mt. Shasta and the south China kung fu master Tai-Ying join forces to fight for the rights of their peoples. During their struggles, their destinies intertwine, they have a son, Ishi, and unite forces. Some of the trials Yana and Tai-Ying face include: their loss of personal freedom (slammed into Sailors Prison on the Embarcadero, SF); their escape from the US Army’s grasp; organized racial bashing and extermination; collusion of US government and corporations with Triads in running drugs, arms, laborers, prostitutes.< Less
Slip Slidin' Down Gold Mountain By Edward Orem
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There have gotta be better choices for a kid than beheading, hanging or slavery. Northern California, 1850's: Heroes and villains from three cultures (Native Peoples, Chinese, Anglo) collide... More > violently as they struggle to survive a raw, quickly-changing frontier society. A woman warrior-shaman from Mt. Shasta and a famous Cantonese martial hero join forces to fight for the rights of their peoples. During their struggles against the foreign invaders, the destinies of YANA and TAI-YING intertwine. They have a son, ISHI, and unite forces. Yana is faced with invading hordes of Anglo-European enemies who want to exterminate her tribe. Tai-Ying, famous “Red Stick” hero of Kwangtung and the chief Enforcer for the Hung Muhn Society,arrives in Chinatown as a problem solver for the newly-arrived Chinese laborers. And Ishi is just tryng to survive in the middle of a war for valuable turf between Tongs, northstate cattle ranchers and prominent Anglo businessmen.< Less
Slip Slidin' Down Gold Mountain By Edward Orem
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There have gotta be better choices for a kid than beheading, hanging or slavery. Northern California, 1850's: Heroes and villains from three cultures (Native Peoples, Chinese, Anglo) collide... More > violently as they struggle to survive a raw, quickly-changing frontier society. A woman warrior-shaman from Mt. Shasta and a famous Cantonese martial hero join forces to fight for the rights of their peoples. During their struggles against the foreign invaders, the destinies of YANA and TAI-YING intertwine. They have a son, ISHI, and unite forces. Yana is faced with invading hordes of Anglo-European enemies who want to exterminate her tribe. Tai-Ying, famous “Red Stick” hero of Kwangtung and the chief Enforcer for the Hung Muhn Society,arrives in Chinatown as a problem solver for the newly-arrived Chinese laborers. And Ishi is just tryng to survive in the middle of a war for valuable turf between Tongs, northstate cattle ranchers and prominent Anglo businessmen.< Less