Empty Force : The Power of Chi for Self-Defense and Energy Healing – Paul Dong

Empty Force : The Power of Chi for Self-Defense and Energy Healing

Ling Kong Jing, the “Empty Force,” is the highest martial arts skill in China. This extraordinary technique harnesses the power of chi, the body’s vital energy, enabling masters of the art to defend themselves against opponents without making physical contact. The book takes readers step by step from theory to the actual practice used to generate Empty Force, and shows how to use its remarkable power for healing as well as self-defense.

Author: Paul Dong
ISBN: 9781583941348
Pages: 139 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 17.32 Mb

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