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If you know something of Taijiquan, then you willlearn more by reading this book. If this is your firststep into the Taijiquan world, then you will learngood foundation skills to help you on your journey.History comes alive through Master Tse's skilfulstorytelling, making the people and the art live.And readers of any martial style will benefit fromchapters on the Five Steps of Development andHow to Practise. A must have for your collection!
Developing our intuition or our “Sky Eye” potential is a way ofhelping us to live longer as we will be able to sensedisharmony in the body sooner so that we can thenwork on healing the problem. We will also beable feel any dangerous situations and so wecan avoid them. Opening the Sky Eyepotential is a special skill in the Kunlun DayanQigong system and can help us live longer andhealthier lives. Enlightenment Gong helps us todevelop Sky Eye and ultimately, ourenlightenment and wisdom, through regularpractise.
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Guan Shi Yin Pu Sa
Qi Magazine
is published by the Tse Qigong Centre.Its aim is to bring you information not readily availablein the West.Editor:Michael TseDeputy Editor:Darryl Moy Assistants:Vera ExternestMartin GaleCaroline GarveySarah MoyJane PollardLegal Adviser:Tony WalshMarketing/Distribution:Jessica TseConsultants:Grandmaster Yang MeijunGrandmaster Ip ChunGrandmaster Wu Chun YuenGrandmaster Chen Xiao WangColumnists:Peter AndersenKate BrittonMartin GaleSihn Kei Adam WallaceJulian WildeReaders may contact any of our contributors c/oQi Magazine.We encourage all our readers to contribute articles,letters or questions for possible inclusion in future issuesof Qi Magazine. Articles appearing in Qi Magazine do not necessarilyreflect the opinion of the editor. Adverts appearing in themagazine are not necessarily endorsed by it or theeditor.Exercises appearing in Qi Magazine are for referencepurposes only. Thus anyone wishing to study shouldseek qualified tuition.
Michael Tse 2009.
 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may bereproduced, stored or transmitted in any way without thewritten permission of Michael Tse.
Qi MagazinePO Box 918-AKingston upon ThamesSurrey, KT1 9PA
tse@qimagzaine.com0845 838 2285International +44 845 838 2285
http://www.qimagazine.com
ISSN 1358-3778
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ecently I met another martial artteacher and he told me he was sotired when he teaches. When Iasked him why he said that he teachesfrom the early afternoon until lateevening. He starts with his beginnersclasses and then has his senior classes. Ihad always heard of people havingbeginner classes but, to be honest, I havenever understood why.I suppose everyone teaches how they were taught. For myself, I learnt inthe traditional way in my teacher’shome. Today this is very rare. When youstudy at someone’s home you get toknow each other better andso become closer. This is how I studied with my WingChun teacher Ip Chun, my Qigong teacher YangMeijun and even with ChenTaijiquan teacher ChenXiao Wang and NorthernShaolin Quan teacher WuChun Yuen. As I studied withthem we became very close.In the traditionalChinese way of teachingthere are no beginners or seniors classes. There areusually not a lot of people,only a few, so you becomecloser, like a family andbecause of this, we are moreopen and the teacher will getto know us more. When theteacher knows you more, then heor she will trust you more and soteach you more. As a student we respect theteacher because we know that he or shehas a high level of skill. We are happy that we have a chance to study with sucha great teacher so we just follow whatthe rest of the students do. If everyoneis standing around not doing anything,then we would not be able to tell whichperson is senior or who is junior. We canonly tell when they start to practise. Of course, for a beginner everyone is their senior and everyone looks impressive.Usually, in the beginning theteacher will send a senior to teach youthe basics and when you have progressed
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Qi Magazine Jan/Feb/Mar 2009 page 1

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