(Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD) Translator’s Note: I received this text as a post on Master Zhao Ming Wang’s Chinese language ‘WeChat’ blog. The post
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Form practice is the essence of traditional Chinese gongfu training. The old masters had survived numerous battles (and other challenges), and cleverly formulated a method
According to neuroscientist Daniel Wolpert, the brain has evolved simply to move the body through the evolutionary environment in a manner that efficiently enhances the chances of survival.
Certainly in modern China, both TCM and Western-style hospitals are present offering ‘free’ medical treatment to the Chinese people. This blends the strengths of the two systems, and Chinese patients can opt for one or the other pathway of treatment, or choose an integrated approach.
There are many differences between Chinese Ch’an and Japanese Zen – here the esteemed translator Thomas Cleary – focuses on the misunderstanding regarding ‘breathing’ as applied within the Japanese Zen schools, and how this deviates from Chinese Ch’an and Chinese Daoism.