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PostSubject: UTS Kung Fu Seminar 9: Health and Bodhidharma's Tendon Changing Classic( Yi Gun Jing) 易筋經   Sun Feb 10, 2013 1:05 pm

UTS Kung Fu Seminar 9: Health and Bodhidharma's Tendon Changing Classic( Yi Gun Jing) 易筋經

Master Li Baohua from Beijing will present a 3 hours lecture about the Tendon Changing Classic( Yi Gun Jing) 易筋經.
In this lecture, attendances will have the opportunity to learn specific movements directly from the Tendon Changing Classic. In addition, Li Laoshi will also show attendances how to do Circle Walk in the Dragon style. Those who attend the event will leave with an enhanced knowledge of health promotion as well as some specific, practical movements to practice daily.


1) The Author of Tendon Changing Classic

The historical drawing of grand master Bodhidharma in the ShaoLin Temple – a memorial stone Carving.
The Grand Master was born in the south part of India. He came to China to spread Buddhism in approximately 520 B.C., the time of Northern and Southern Dynasties. He spent 9 years in a cave of the ShaoLin Temple to search the truth of life, and he was the first grand Master of Zen School Teaching of Buddhism.

The Book of The Tendon Changing Classic was written by the Grand Master, so is at least 1500 years old. This book and its theory have influenced almost all aspects of chinese martial arts, including health promotion and many kinds of spiritual cultivation.
Only Grand Master Bodhidharma had the depth of personal cultivation to come to an understanding on the truth of human life.
Also only he who had been with the truth or Dao was able to treat all human beings and all living creatures as his own children, and was able to write down the truth of life.

2) History of the TCC

If one attempts research on the history of chinese martial arts, it is very difficult, because the historical writing includes so much rending,metaphor,even misinformation.
But in other sense, it is quite easy, because as one looks through all kinds of martial arts, you will find that all are researching the truth of life. If one would like to research on the essence of life from all that understanding of martial arts, rarely you could find other things new which has been in TCC.
Most martial arts which have been proved authentic point out that their sources are from TCC. Even those martial arts that do not claim any relation to TCC, if you look at their essence and secrets, you would find out that they are indeed in TCC.
So we can say the TCC laid the foundation for Chinese martial arts theory and principles, from that theory and principles all kinds of chinese martial arts derived from.
As we carefully look through history, that all martial arts are from ShaoLin temple is trustworthy. And we can say that all ShaoLin martial arts arederived from TCC.
To those who wish to improve, regardless of whether they practice an exteral or internal martial art, why not go further to find the sources of that tradition?

3)The Basic Theory of TCC

Buddhism Theory:
In TCC, several words in the biginning state: “Those who have been transformed to Immortal, have to have two basis, one is peaceful and empty state, the other is to rebuild the body”. It clearly states the reason for and result of the practice. In the section of Marrow washing in TCC, many things talk about how to practice the mind and spirit.

Taoism Theory:
Almost all the principles and theory are from Taoism, the process of learning TCC is the process of learning the Yin-Yang relationship.


Confucianism theory:
As Mencius famously said:” I am good at how to cultivate my awe-inspiring Qi!” It Emphasizes on Qi and Blood, which is the essence of
the theory of TCC.

Date: 1/3/2013 Friday
Time:6~9 pm
Loacaton: In UTS, room number will confirm soon
Fee: Free of charge

Please send email to utsjingwu@gmail.com if you are interested or having any question
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PostSubject: Re: UTS Kung Fu Seminar 9: Health and Bodhidharma's Tendon Changing Classic( Yi Gun Jing) 易筋經   Sun Feb 10, 2013 1:10 pm

UTS 功夫講座第九回: 達摩易筋經與養生

八卦掌名家 李保華老師再度受邀訪澳, 今次更受邀來度悉尼科技大學功夫會講解他對易筋經研究見解及分享易筋經功法。李保華老師對達摩易筋經研習經年, 他更不時對學生和身邊好友強調易筋經對其人生及武學研究有著深遠影響。 是次約三小時長講座, 聽眾不只可以學習幾個有代表性的易筋經動作功法, 更有機會學習馬貴八卦掌龍形掌的走圈功法。這些既實用又簡單的功法都能增強各聽眾身心健康。



易筋经的主要功用
1,改变“气、血”

练习易筋经就是练气血,练气血也就是最终使气血改变,改变了人的气血就等于改变了人生命的基础。 以“气、血”为基础,生命的其它层面就有了改变的源泉和动力。

2,改变“筋、骨”

易筋经的目的就是改变筋,改变筋的过程也就是改变骨的过程,筋骨的改变就是所谓的脱换, 人能脱换就可以“外感不侵,饮食不积”,练成所谓的金刚之体。 筋在生命中起至关重要的作用,是健康基础、运动的基础、而且精神得以提携、血脉得以通行,易筋也就是改变生命。

3,改变“形、神”

筋骨的脱换加上“精、气、神”的改变就达到所谓的易形换神,为修炼的高级境界。

4,改变“人生”

易筋经是大智慧,得到易筋经的修炼方法也就得到了人生的最高境界,人生为之而变。 请有缘看到易筋经的人记住这句话“易筋经是大智慧”。

易筋经的精要点:

气血根本论所有的修炼以气血为根本,修炼之功,全在培养气血为大要也!只要能练气血,所有的修炼自然是水到渠成。

“筋”的概念

筋是健康之根本,筋强则强,筋弱则弱。筋联络周身、通行血脉、助益精神、提携运动。因此只要易筋就可以改变生命,由弱变强。

“膜”的概念

膜是筋的根本,为筋提供营养。练到膜,让膜充实,方能练到筋,让筋改变。膜又是气血和筋骨沟通的桥梁。

阴阳相生的原理

易筋经练功的方法是利用阴阳相生的原理,以强练弱,以内练外,强弱互易,内外相表里,可使绵泥之身立成铁石。
http://maguibagua.com/zh-hans/function-of-tcc/

Date: 1/3/2013 Friday

Time:6~9 pm

Loacaton: In Sydney UTS, room number will confirm soon

Fee: Free of charge 費用全免

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