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#89627 - 02/28/05 07:51 AM I-Chin-Ching
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I have been a martial artist for 32 years. I have been practicing the I-Chin-Ching for 6 years. My teachers were Grandmaster Sin Kwan TheĀ“ and Master James Halladay. I would be happy to share my knowledge with any who ask. The practice takes about 6 hours if done quickly.

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#89628 - 02/28/05 01:21 PM Re: I-Chin-Ching
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Can you tell us some more first, then it would be easier to make up one's mind as to wether one is interested or not?
If it isn't too much trouble, that is.

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#89629 - 02/28/05 01:47 PM Re: I-Chin-Ching
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Chrisgraves99, which Chinese Shaolin Center did you attend?

I attended the CSC in Boulder and Denver under Masters David and Sharon Soard for a few years myself and I am also familiar with the I Chin Ching (Dynamic Muscle Tendon Change exercises).

I am curious if you were able to learn any of the Pa Kua or Hsing I that the CSC teaches.

Regards
Chris

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#89630 - 02/28/05 03:14 PM Re: I-Chin-Ching
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I would recommend anyone interested in this research Sin The and the lineage he presents prior to embarking on that path.

Michael

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#89631 - 02/28/05 04:38 PM Re: I-Chin-Ching
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Michael,

Just curious, do you have experience with the Sin The lineage also?

Regards,

Chris

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#89632 - 02/28/05 11:38 PM Re: I-Chin-Ching
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I am heartened by the replies I have received so far. As for researching the lineage, what is your point? This goes all the way back to Bodhidharma and his adaptation of the Indian ksatreiya techniques in 529 A.D. I am not so concerned with where it came from as the fact that this is my practice, and it works for me. If you wish to learn, the knowledge is available. As for what it does, it allows me to strengthen my chi. As a side-effect, it also strengthens my body, improves my balance, focuses my mind, and helps me daily to be a more effective Buddhist.

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#89633 - 02/28/05 11:45 PM Re: I-Chin-Ching
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If you wish to learn, email me directly at chrisgraves99@yahoo.com

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#89634 - 03/01/05 06:10 AM Re: I-Chin-Ching
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Chrisgraves99 posted...

[QUOTE]As for what it does, it allows me to strengthen my chi.[/QUOTE]

Can you explain how the I Chin Ching 'strengthens' your chi?
How does a dynamic muscle tendon change exercise - even with breath incorperated - strengthen ones chi?

Sooooo,
Which Shaolin Center did you study at?

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#89635 - 03/01/05 08:23 AM Re: I-Chin-Ching
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I learned from Master Halladay directly from 1998 to 2003. I have proof and paperwork also, oh suspicious one! :-) As for strengthening the chi, the short version is that the internal component of the practice involves forcing the chi flow through the tensed muscles, following the various circles of heaven and the associated meridians. by the way, is Sharon still a blond?

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#89636 - 03/01/05 08:37 AM Re: I-Chin-Ching
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Chrisgraves99,

I wasn't questioning if your 'credentials' are valid, just curious as to which CSC you had trained in.
It seems that there are 2 different branches within the Sin Kwan The school that have masters within the US. Those under Bill Leonard and those under the Soards. I guess I was curious as to which one your teacher, Master Halladay, studied under.
I am curious as to what differences and similarities exist between each 'branch'.

[QUOTE]by the way, is Sharon still a blond?[/QUOTE]
I don't know. I have not been to the CSC in a few years.

As for what you said about how qi is strengthened within the I Chin Ching, I have to disagree with a couple of things. Unfortunately I am at work right now, so my RE: to that will have to wait till later.

Regards,
Chris

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