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GreytoWhite

Member Since 16 Apr 2010
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Free PlumPub Video Tutorials

24 June 2014 - 10:04 AM

For those interested in video instruction PlumPub has been an excellent resource for many things martially Chinese. They also have some free videos that are a bit buried on their site.

 

12 Road Tan Tui

 

http://www.plumpub.c...road-tan-tui-1/

 

Staff Work

 

http://www.plumpub.c...l-things-staff/


Water and Will Project - Documenting Liuhebafa and Yiquan and Other Topics

27 May 2014 - 01:50 PM

Yiquan and Liuhebafa have both drawn my interest, I've posted here on the Tao Bums for a few years and I have honestly learned a lot from this community. I just started a gofundme page for this project. I'll be donating my own time and effort to produce and research the podcast and hope to interview various martial arts instructors, meditation teachers, philanthropists, poets, musicians and artists. Please do not feel obligated to donate, I will be releasing the podcasts, interviews, and videos free of charge.

 

http://www.gofundme.com/5yw40o

 

Water and Will Project - Documenting Liuhebafa and Yiquan

 

My name is Matthew Parsons and my goal is to document two of China's internal martial art styles - Liuhebafa (Six Harmonies Eight Methods) and Yiquan (Mind/Will/Intention Boxing). The two arts intersected multiple times through the years and have influenced each other in various lineages. My first goal is to study Han shi Yiquan in Sacramento, California.

 

After gaining some proficiency with Han shi Yiquan I then hope to study with the Xinyi Meditation group in Manila, Philippines.After learning from the Xinyi Meditation group I would then like to study with Mok Kei Fai's group in Hong Kong. Another person I would like to meet is Paul Rogers in England who I hope can illuminate Zhao Daoxin's synthesis of neijia arts - xinhuizhang.

 

Other arts such as xingyiquan, baguazhang, and taijiquan have been better documented than liuhebafa. My goal is to provide more information about yiquan and liuhebafa in general as well as provide an in-depth look into lineage, kung fu as a whole, and how these arts may be integrated into modern sport fighting. I will be producing a podcast for this project to address internal martial arts, meditation, Daoism, performance poetry, literature, music, travels, and various other topics.


Art for Agua: Non-Profit to Benefit Raramuri Tribe

27 May 2014 - 11:10 AM

https://www.indiegog...digenous-people

 

My friend has started a non-profit to help dig a well for the Raramuri tribe of Northern Mexico. The nearby town of Creel was victim to a cartel-fueled massacre in 2010.

 

http://www.borderlan...e-in-creel.html

 

There are various items she can procure for you and the proceeds will be donated to provide people with clean water.


Andrew Nugent-Head On Closing Practice

22 May 2014 - 05:44 PM


Alan Budge Interview: Challenges of the Spiritual Path

22 May 2014 - 07:36 AM