Advanced body control

The origin and consistency of the body control methods of 6 Dragons Kung Fu

In 6 Dragons Kung Fu, we teach various body control methods and they are inspired by:

  • Yoga
  • Ancient Shaolin methods
  • Qi Gong (read /// Subscribe (it's free!) or Login to see this content ///)
  • TCM (traditional chinese medicine)
  • Modern medicine
  • Direct experience

In our school, we do not teach anything of:

  • Spiritual
  • Mystic
  • Religious

For example, we talk about:

How do we separate fantasy from reality

In this field, tricks and deceptions are widespread, that’s why we decided to give ourselves some basic rules on which to take our steps (both in terms of teaching both experimenting new possibilities).

In terms of advanced body control, our school starts from these simple points:

  • Do not teach what you cannot replicate – If we have been unable to replicate one thing, we do not teach it (this should be obvious but in our field it is not at all)
  • Be open-minded and skeptical at the same time – Use as much as possible the Scientific Method as a refer (this is the only way to discover lies, fakes, tricks and misunderstanding)
  • Be rational and practical – If a normal person, trough a specific path, can do one thing (with the same premises) we can probably do it too (even trough trial and error, read Measure ourselves with errors)
  • If it works involuntarily, it could also work voluntarily – If our body is capable of doing one thing involuntary and without external help, it is possible (not certain) that it can do it also voluntarily
  • The knowledge must evolve – The divergent thinking, the juxtapositions and the experimentation is at the base of evolution; there are a lot of things that we can do and we do not know and only by continuing to walk we can improve

Last but not least: we refuse certainties to embrace probabilities.

Direct a and indirect control of the body

As everyone knows only a small part of the capabilities that humans can express are easily activable, a lot of them require what, in our school, we call a “direct” or “indirect” key.

The direct-key categories:

  • Training – There are things that we can do through direct (internal or external) control but only after a precise practice path (eg. work with the diaphragm)
  • Conditioning – There are things (eg. flexibility) that we can do only manipulating our body (stretching it, strengthening it, etc.)

A note by Master Kongling – The diaphragm is an involuntary muscle but its activity can also be altered voluntarily.

The indirect-key categories:

  • Consequential activation – There are things that we cannot alterate directly (eg. the heart rate) but that we can activate through other elements under our control (eg. breathing)
  • Deception – There are things that our body do only in response to specific situations, completely beyond the reach of the conscious mind (eg. the goosebumps in the photo) but that fictitious stimulations can activate

In this incredible range of action, everyone can understand that there are plenty of things (simple and hard) that, as human beings, we are capable to reach.

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