Showing posts from April, 2013


In any style of martial arts there comes a point that the practitioner will meet with physical pain. Be it through combat, stance training or some form of strenuous endurance, the martial artist must learn to find calm in the storm. This is often referred to as mind over matter or mind over body. An experienced practitioner will easily overcome these physical obstacles and will be able to see deeper into the movements. There are many masters that are able to do amazing feats through this accomplishment that would seem to deny the laws of physics. Yet martial arts is just a reflection of life, and very few individuals including martial artists are able to overcome the day to day forms of "warfare". In the early stages of a relationship we are filled with excitement about our partner. Over a few months we begin to notice flaws and things that may irritate us and it becomes quite apparent that we should no longer be with this person. A new job can also be a high point in

Bagua On the Dance Floor

This is a just a story about what happened when I was at the club last night. Me and my brothers always enjoyed telling stories to each other about different scraps that we got in so it's a habit for me to want to tell somebody what happened. At two different points I was attacked while dancing in Beijing. Both of them know martial arts, but neither of them were very good. The first was a grappler and the second I believe did wing chun. It took place so fast that no one even noticed. In fact afterwards I just kept dancing. Wild party, but be cautious. People are acting strange these days. The energy of the Earth is disturbed and it is unveiling its self through crazy people. Train hard, stay prayed up.