Here at the frontier, the leaves fall like rain. Although my neighbors are all barbarians, there are still two cups at my table.


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 Matz 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.

Anonymous said...

I like

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

Rick Matz 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.