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Paths to Climb the Mountain

You can choose to Learn in a modular way by taking individual courses or You can apprentice.

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Mountain University

Mountains are the ancient and original places of higher learning. You learn on your journey (referred to in many traditions as the The Way) up the mountain and you learn when you have reached your destination. Whether you seek a place for quiet contemplation, commune with nature, or guidance from the divine mountains have always been sought for the laboratory  for such work. In places where mountains were not an option, the ancient ones created mounds, ziggurats, pyramids, and temples. There are sacred mountain places in all traditions and all countries.

In the Chinese Five Metaphysical Arts - Mountain ( ) is the branch devoted to the Philosophical arts, cultivation, martial arts, self-healing, meditation which covers the thoughts and teaching of Ancient Chinese philosophers or sages. This is also include the study of, whereby in the ancient time, one will need to go up to the mountain to receive such knowledge through meditation or cultivation.

It is in these traditions that Mountain University carries on this function in the present and digital world. The world needs a new generation of Scholar-Warrior-Sages, Renaissance Men/Women. If you feel the calling, start today because tomorrow is not guaranteed.

Taiji Lun

Taiji, born of Wuji, is the potential for either dong (movement, dynamic) or jing (stillness, static). It is the mother ( the source) of yin and yang. In dong (movement) yin and yang tend to fen (become separate and distinct), in jing (stillness) yin and yang tend to he (unite to become one). Neither overextend […]

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Lung Meridian

Lung Meridian (Lu): Starts in the Middle Jiao (Ren 12) Descends to Large Intestine (its paired organ) (approximately at Ren 9) Ascends, crossing the upper portion of the Stomach (approximately at Ren 13) Passes through the diaphragm and enters the Lungs (approximately at Ren 17) Ascends to the throat Turns laterally and goes inferiorfy across […]

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Taiji Classic 2

“Stretch out as your opponent bends in.”

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Taiji Classic 1

“No excess, no insufficiency”

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TERMINOLOGY EQUIVALENCIES

The terminology used in various texts, schools, and by practitioners can vary widely. The following list of equivalencies is provided to help you bridge some of the terminology differences that may be encountered. Each term can be found in alphabetical order, with its equivalencies listed to its right. This list is far from comprehensive. Ancestral […]

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Wang Peisheng #4

Taiji Classic“Use the mind, not strength”Master Wang says1-“Just before making any movement, think first of uplifting your head lightly and loosening your joints, especially your shoulders and hips.”2-“When practicing Taiji solo, imagine that you are using the Taiji technique to neutralize an opponent.”3-“Whatever form or movements you are doing in Taiji, always meet the requirement […]

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Wang Peisheng #3

Taiji Classic“Entice your opponent to advance and fall into emptiness”“When all conditions are met, issue energy instantly”Master Wang says“When your opponent comes in contact with you apply the Taiji principle of adhering, joining, sticking to, and following to his every move, with no letting go and no resistance, while keeping an acute awareness of what […]

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Wang Peisheng #2

Taiji Classic“If you fail to catch a catch a good opportunity or to gain an advantageous position, your body will be in a state of disorder and the cause of such must be sought from the waist or legs.”Master Wang says“If your waist senses discomfort, adjust the legs. If your legs sense discomfort adjust the […]

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Wang Peisheng #1

Taiji Classic “No excess, no insufficiency” “Stretch out as your opponent bends in.” Master Wang says “Follow your opponent’s bending without allowing him any chance to turn to stretching; and adhere to his stretching without giving him the opportunity to turn to bending, he will then be found in an awkward position.”

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