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Generation And Usage Of Martial Arts Chi Power Through The Circular Flux Of Energy

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[I:] I keep forgetting the fact, when I talk about Martial Arts Chi Power and such things, that I am in one room, and everybody else is in another room. I just wrote a piece on the liberation of energy through circular flux, and my emails and requests for the free matrixing ebook went through the roof. This is one of those things…’You mean people don’t know that?”

Look, let me set things up a little better for this bit of writing. The body is a machine, north and south pole, and the ability to rotate energy inside it, and this is the chi thing. Unfortunately, there is so much mysticism, and people are locked into certain modes of thought concerning their bodies, that they miss this simplicity.

This concept, though misunderstood, is spread throughout the martial arts, and accounts for a variety of other phenomena, too. In karate chi development depends upon fixing a strong stance–you must bolt the motor down, you see–and figure out how to use circular motion in the snap of the hips, the turn of the wrist, and so on. The problem is that people keep insisting that Karate is linear when it isn’t.

Karate is linear like a cam; a cam is a rotating part in a motor which slides a linear extension. In karate the hips rotate and drive the limbs, which, because the elbow (knee), is not truly linear anyway, creates a complex of turning, rotating, spinning parts to make a punch (or block or kick or whatever) with. Look at a schematic of a cam and see how it resembles an arm or leg.

This concept of straight lines being delivered through circular motion becomes more obvious through kung fu chi based systems. Classic shaolin kung fu has leaps and whirls and lock onto the earth which perfectly detail the concept. Unfortunately, the basics in kung fu aren’t comprehensive and basic enough to raise but a rare person to a high level, and Karate doesn’t develop itself as a circular methodology…the love of power (as false as it is) corrupts, you know.

The easiest art to see this circular flux of energy as the manifestation of proper machine theory is Tai Chi. Unfortunately, people have latched on to doing Tai Chi for the health and sensation reasoning, and people end up asking is Tai Chi a martial art, and missing the point of reality that is necessary to a proper martial art, and which changes a martial art into a machine based energy flux creator. I know, it sounds significant, but I am just trying to get my point across with enough specific verbiage.

Now, the best art for power internal martial arts style, is bagwa. The whole darn system is an energy flux, though one must realize that the purpose of walking is to ground the motor through each and every step, and to keep the machine running even while in motion. Get that idea, and even the mysticism of pa kua chang should resolve fairly easily.

Okay, that’s the skinny, Minny…you sink the weight and fix the body/machine and swirl the energy inside the body, much the same as you would swirl water inside a container. This has been done in virtually every martial art that has ever existed, though it has been made mystical and confusing. It really isn’t difficult, however, though if you really want to understand the notion of martial arts chi power you need to matrix your art, and matrix your body, then the stuff happens naturally and without much thought.

You can find out more about Martial Arts Chi Power and Matrixing at Monster Martial Arts. Pick up a free ebook while you’re at Monster Martial Arts. 3

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