The autumn leaves are falling like rain. Although my neighbors are all barbarians and you, you are a thousand miles away, there are always two cups at my table.

T’ang Dynasty poem

Ten thousand flowers in spring, the moon in autumn, a cool breeze in summer, snow in winter. If your mind isn't clouded by unnecessary things, this is the best season of your life.

~ Wu-men ~


Friday, January 09, 2009

Taijiquan Manuscripts


If you click on the title of this post, you'll be directed to a blog entitled "A Quan-Shu Manuscript."

It is a collection of martial arts writings, from back in the day. Take a look. These articles were written by people who knew what they were talking about. You'll also find the link over at the left.

6 comments:

Zen said...

Great Picture, but hte lonk is a dead end :-(

Zen said...

oops,

should read: The link is a dead end.

Rick said...

It worked for me:

http://taijijourney.blogspot.com/

Zen said...

Oh, I see it is the Principles of Master Hong JunSheng that is not working. The manuscripts are are fine.

Steven Smith said...

I like

10. Toes should grip the ground and the yong quan points...in the feet...become empty...

Rick said...

I think these writings are a real find. I was led to this blog by "Weakness with a Twist." You can find "weakness ..." on the list of blogs over ont he left.