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“Yi Jin Jing” The Classics of Changing Tendons: 中国武功经典:易筋经 - eBook

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<p>The Classics of Changing Tendons has been said that Dharma from ancient India came to the east, all the way to the law, and then to the Shaolin Temple. Dharma's inner strength was deep, and he sat in the face of the Shaolin Temple for nine years, so that the stone wall left him. After Bodhidharma’s pass-away, two volumes of secrets were left, one for Purification of the Marrow and the other for The Classics of Changing Tendons. The &quot;Purification of the marrow&quot; is a code of internal improvement, which has not been passed down to the world. &quot; At The Classics of Changing tendons &quot; to repair the outside of the human body, stay in Shaolin and has spread.</p> <p>However, modern archaeological data argues that &quot; The Classics of Changing Tendons &quot; is actually created by the people of the Tiantai Purple Condensation in the Ming Dynasty, based on the original Taoist guidance technique which is not related to Buddhism.</p> <p>The Classics of Changing Tendons consists of two exercises, internal and external, each with 12 potentials. The Classics of Changing Tendons uses a standing style, which uses a certain posture to induce the function of the veins and organs by breathing. Most take static effort. Breathing is comfortable and natural, and you can't be suffocating.</p>

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The Classics of Changing Tendons has been said that Dharma from ancient India came to the east, all the way to the law, and then to the Shaolin Temple. Dharma's inner strength was deep, and he sat in the face of the Shaolin Temple for nine years, so that the stone wall left him. After Bodhidharma’s pass-away, two volumes of secrets were left, one for Purification of the Marrow and the other for The Classics of Changing Tendons. The "Purification of the marrow" is a code of internal improvement, which has not been passed down to the world. " At The Classics of Changing tendons " to repair the outside of the human body, stay in Shaolin and has spread.

However, modern archaeological data argues that " The Classics of Changing Tendons " is actually created by the people of the Tiantai Purple Condensation in the Ming Dynasty, based on the original Taoist guidance technique which is not related to Buddhism.

The Classics of Changing Tendons consists of two exercises, internal and external, each with 12 potentials. The Classics of Changing Tendons uses a standing style, which uses a certain posture to induce the function of the veins and organs by breathing. Most take static effort. Breathing is comfortable and natural, and you can't be suffocating.

“Yi Jin Jing” The Classics of Changing Tendons: 中国武功经典:易筋经 - eBook

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100 Books of Ancient China Classics
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Kung Fu
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1230003108109
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0003108104

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