Treat Others with Your Chi!!
This particular style’s focus is to primarily develop wai qi (or the ‘external chi energy’) for healing purposes but, to do that, one has to first rebalance and strengthen their own nei qi (or the ‘internal chi energy’) and then, after at least a couple of years of daily training, can they start projecting it on to other objects and people. It is quite rigorous and demanding and is only suitable to young and physically fit (and above all very patient) practitioners. On average, it takes about four years of diligent daily practice of minimum one hour to build to a level of being able to treat other people without damaging one’s own chi. Since one of its key exercises is done in the so called ‘riding horse stance’ (ma bu) which is integral part of many Kung Fu styles, needles to say, it can be very beneficial to Kung Fu practitioners (of any style) as it can gradually take their skill to a high new level.
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