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Li

Li is the grain in wood or jade. Li is the reason why a willow leaning over a stream relaxes the mind and a city

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Te

The power through which the Tao is made manifest or is actualised.  Or, the virtue or power inherent in a person or thing existing in

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Jing Chi Shen

This is not a repetition of what is written elsewhere.  Check out the article on Chi. This is about how to develop Chi. When we

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Wu Wie

Wu Wei has often been translated to mean something like Not Doing, or Doing By Not Doing.  It implies somehow, achievement by doing nothing. The

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Tao

Lao Tzu defined contentment as the only measure by which we should gauge both personal success and the filter through which society’s values should be

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We have many articles on subjects from fighting techniques and strategy to personal development and philosophy.  They will help you to understand what we teach in our academy and guide you on your martial arts journey.