Meditative Music for Wing Chun & Art Work of Bodily Arts Such as Martial Arts, Meditation, Buddhist Meditation, Chinese Art, Ballet Dancing, Contortion, & Yoga.

 

 

 

 

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~ The first sound-waves are not intended to be of any value to anyone but myself; I just placed them on this website for my own convenience in finding some randomized music that I enjoy. 

 

~ The Music for Meditation of Motion is faster paced music that is intended for a higher level of energy such as sparing, fighting, practicing forms in a fast manner, exercising, etc.

 

~ The Music for Meditation of Peace is slower music that is ideal for meditating while one holds still in a comfortable position, but you may find that some of this music is beneficial to listen to while you are practicing your forms slowly, especially if you are practicing Sai Lim Tao, Qi-Gong, or Tai-Qi.

 

 

 

 

Just Music that I like:

 

My Favorite Music – Part One:

My Favorite Music – Part Two:

Apashe:

Do you want more from Apashe?  Go to:

[Apashe on Google Play Music].

[Apashe on YouTube].

Jin / Chaow & Blaxy Girls – Chinese Rap:

Feeling a bit depressed?  Here are some uplifting songs:

 

 

 

 

~ Music for Meditation of Motion” ~

 

 

One Hour of The Grand Master_Tony Leung & Ziyi Zhang Fight Scene Theme Music:

Thirty Minutes of Stefano Lentini – Stabat Mater (The Grandmaster OST):

Thirty Minutes of I’m a Dragon – Apashe & Sway:

Two Hours of Apashe Mix:

One Hour of Ip Man Theme & Tribute Music:

Thirty Minutes of Yoko – Kaaliyah:

One Hour of Tribute to The Grand Master movie with Tony Leung & Ziyi Zhang:

One Hour of the Ip Man Theme Song in three different Hip-Hop Remix versions:

In the words of the iconic Bruce Lee, “Be Water my friend.” Bruce Lee & the Sounds of Water:

One Hour & Fifteen Minutes of Kung Fu Rap & Chinese Rap:

Thirty Minutes of Chinese Rap Artist’s Music:

“I am Bruce Lee” ~ This is a conglomeration of specific parts of Bruce Lee’s Interview on the Pierre Berton Show in 1971, set to the back drop of “Rap beat – |Carried by Wind| Oriental Chinese Japanese Asian Hip-Hop Instrumental Music” found on YouTube [HERE]:

Forty minutes of the song called, “Chinese Rap.” Below:

CHINESE RAP SONG BY JIN CHAOW & BLAXY GIRLS_REMIX / FOUND HERE:  [CHINESE RAP]:

 

 

 

 

 

 

~ Music For Meditation of Peace (Including Guided Meditation) ~

 

 

UPDATED VERSION of “Guided Progressive Relaxation, Mindful Meditation, Positive Affirmation, & Spiritual Baptism” (followed by tranquil music and 10 hours of the sound of water gently flowing, to sleep to):

[LINK TO OLDER VERSION of GUIDED PROGRESSIVE RELAXATION, MINDFUL MEDITATION, POSITIVE AFFIRMATION & SPIRITUAL BAPTISM ON YouTube]:

Guided Meditation for “Peace and Calm” by Sarah Raymond, found [HERE]:

Guided Meditation by Sarah Raymond for “Relaxation, Sleep, and Confidence,” found [HERE]:

Guided Meditation by Sarah Raymond for “Letting Go of the Past,” found [HERE]:

Six Hours of Traditional Japanese Meditative Music, found [HERE]:

Two Hours of Traditional Chinese Music:

Ten Hours of Traditional Chinese Music:

Ten Hours of Traditional Japanese Music:

Four Hours of Meditative Kung Fu Music:

Relax 8 Hours-Relaxing Nature Sounds-Study-Sleep-Meditation-Water Sounds-Bird Song:

3 Hours of Traditional Japanese Music – Relaxing Music for Stress Relief and Healing by the “Relax Your Mind” channel on YouTube [HERE]:

Sounds of Water & Kung Fu Music:

Sounds of Water Only:

12 HOURS OF ZEN, CALMING, STRESS RELIEF, PEACEFUL, RELAXING MUSIC FOUND HERE:  [YouTube Link]:

1 Hour & Thirty Minutes of ‘Buddha Jazz’ Entitled, “Chill House Erotic Buddha Lounge By the Beach – Zen, Relax & Meditation Mix”

Found on YouTube Here:  [BUDDHA JAZZ]:

BUDDHA JAZZ 1:

BUDDHA JAZZ 2:

BUDDHA JAZZ 3:

BUDDHA JAZZ COMBINED:

 

[MORE MUSIC COMING SOON]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Art Work:

 

 

 

Ip Man:

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Ip Man:

THE GRAND MASTER IP MAN IN HIS DOJO.. . . . . . . . . . . . WING CHUN KUNG FU MARTIAL ARTS TEACHING / TRAINING / TUTORING / LESSONS IN KANSAS CITY / NORTH KANSAS CITY / CLAY COMO / GLADSTONE / CLAY COUNTY / JACKSON COUNTY.

 

Red Dragon-Snake:

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Jet Li:

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Guanyin:

Guanyin refers to the Buddhist bodhisattva associated with compassion and venerated chiefly by followers of Mahayana Buddhist schools as practiced in the sinosphere. Guanyin also refers to the bodhisattva as adopted by other Eastern religions such as Daoism, where she is revered as an immortal, as well as Chinese folk religions, where the mythical accounts about Guanyin’s origins do not associate with the Avalokiteśvara described in Buddhist sutras. In English, she is often known as the “Goddess of Mercy” or the Mercy Goddess . The Chinese name Guanyin, is short for Guanshiyin, which means “The One Who Perceives the Sounds of the World.” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts teaching, training, tutoring, & lessons in Kansas City, Missouri, Clay county, Jackson County, North Kansas City, Gladstone, Claycomo, Parkville, & Lees Summit.
The 108-meter sea Guanyin Tower in Nanshan District , Sanya City, Hainan Province , was built in 2005:  The embodiment of compassion, Kwan Yin is known as “she who hears the cries of the world.”  One of Buddhism’s most beloved bodhisattvas, she also holds a special place in the hearts of people of other faiths, including Daoists and Confucianists.  Kwan Yin is the protector of women, children, sailors, fishermen, anyone in trouble, and the sick, disabled, and poor.  Some Buddhist schools present her as male and female interchangeably.   The idea is that a bodhisattva—a being of great realization who vows to forego enlightenment until all sentient beings are liberated—can manifest in whatever form will most effectively free beings from suffering.  Kwan Yin originated in India as Avalokiteshvara, the male bodhisattva of compassion.  He was introduced to China in the early centuries of the Common Era, but apparently there was a hunger for a feminine face of compassion, and by the eighth century female forms of Avalokiteshvara emerged.  By the ninth century, Kwan Yin had become the main representation of compassion in China, and from there her veneration spread across Asia.  Eventually, she became known by many names, including Kannon in Japan and Quan Am in Vietnam.  According to legend, Kwan Yin tried so strenuously to alleviate the suffering of beings that her head split into eleven pieces.  Wanting to help, Amitabha Buddha awarded her eleven heads with which to hear the cries of the world, but when she heard all the cries and reached out to address the needs of so many, her two arms shattered.  This time, Amitabha gave Kwan Yin a thousand arms, and it’s said that even now she’s still using those arms to offer her compassion to all.

 

Buddhist Woman During Enlightenment:

Buddha During Enlightenment. Buddha never claimed to be a deity. She found that through fasting and meditation she obtained a profoundly deep sense of peace. Upon discovering this she vowed to spend the rest of her life teaching this insight to others. . . . . . . . . . . . WING CHUN KUNG FU MARTIAL ARTS TEACHING / TRAINING / TUTORING / LESSONS IN KANSAS CITY / NORTH KANSAS CITY / CLAY COMO / GLADSTONE / CLAY COUNTY / JACKSON COUNTY.
Buddha During Enlightenment. Buddha never claimed to be a deity. She found that through fasting and meditation she obtained a profoundly deep sense of peace. Upon discovering this she vowed to spend the rest of her life teaching this insight to others. There is a Buddha in every man & woman, which needs to be brought to light.

 

Kwan Yin / Quan Yin:

Buddha after Enlightenment:  Buddha is a Pali word which means
The embodiment of compassion, Kwan Yin is known as “she who hears the cries of the world.”  One of Buddhism’s most beloved bodhisattvas, she also holds a special place in the hearts of people of other faiths, including Daoists and Confucianists.  Kwan Yin is the protector of women, children, sailors, fishermen, anyone in trouble, and the sick, disabled, and poor.  Some Buddhist schools present her as male and female interchangeably.   The idea is that a bodhisattva—a being of great realization who vows to forego enlightenment until all sentient beings are liberated—can manifest in whatever form will most effectively free beings from suffering.  Kwan Yin originated in India as Avalokiteshvara, the male bodhisattva of compassion.  He was introduced to China in the early centuries of the Common Era, but apparently there was a hunger for a feminine face of compassion, and by the eighth century female forms of Avalokiteshvara emerged.  By the ninth century, Kwan Yin had become the main representation of compassion in China, and from there her veneration spread across Asia.  Eventually, she became known by many names, including Kannon in Japan and Quan Am in Vietnam.  According to legend, Kwan Yin tried so strenuously to alleviate the suffering of beings that her head split into eleven pieces.  Wanting to help, Amitabha Buddha awarded her eleven heads with which to hear the cries of the world, but when she heard all the cries and reached out to address the needs of so many, her two arms shattered.  This time, Amitabha gave Kwan Yin a thousand arms, and it’s said that even now she’s still using those arms to offer her compassion to all.

 

Kwan Yin / Guan Yin:

Buddha after Enlightenment: Buddha is a Pali word which means
The embodiment of compassion, Kwan Yin is known as “she who hears the cries of the world.”  One of Buddhism’s most beloved bodhisattvas, she also holds a special place in the hearts of people of other faiths, including Daoists and Confucianists.  Kwan Yin is the protector of women, children, sailors, fishermen, anyone in trouble, and the sick, disabled, and poor.  Some Buddhist schools present her as male and female interchangeably.   The idea is that a bodhisattva—a being of great realization who vows to forego enlightenment until all sentient beings are liberated—can manifest in whatever form will most effectively free beings from suffering.  Kwan Yin originated in India as Avalokiteshvara, the male bodhisattva of compassion.  He was introduced to China in the early centuries of the Common Era, but apparently there was a hunger for a feminine face of compassion, and by the eighth century female forms of Avalokiteshvara emerged.  By the ninth century, Kwan Yin had become the main representation of compassion in China, and from there her veneration spread across Asia.  Eventually, she became known by many names, including Kannon in Japan and Quan Am in Vietnam.  According to legend, Kwan Yin tried so strenuously to alleviate the suffering of beings that her head split into eleven pieces.  Wanting to help, Amitabha Buddha awarded her eleven heads with which to hear the cries of the world, but when she heard all the cries and reached out to address the needs of so many, her two arms shattered.  This time, Amitabha gave Kwan Yin a thousand arms, and it’s said that even now she’s still using those arms to offer her compassion to all.

 

Kwan Yin / Guan Yin:

Guanyin refers to the Buddhist bodhisattva associated with compassion and venerated chiefly by followers of Mahayana Buddhist schools as practiced in the sinosphere. Guanyin also refers to the bodhisattva as adopted by other Eastern religions such as Daoism, where she is revered as an immortal, as well as Chinese folk religions, where the mythical accounts about Guanyin's origins do not associate with the Avalokiteśvara described in Buddhist sutras. In English, she is often known as the
The embodiment of compassion, Kwan Yin is known as “she who hears the cries of the world.”  One of Buddhism’s most beloved bodhisattvas, she also holds a special place in the hearts of people of other faiths, including Daoists and Confucianists.  Kwan Yin is the protector of women, children, sailors, fishermen, anyone in trouble, and the sick, disabled, and poor.  Some Buddhist schools present her as male and female interchangeably.   The idea is that a bodhisattva—a being of great realization who vows to forego enlightenment until all sentient beings are liberated—can manifest in whatever form will most effectively free beings from suffering.  Kwan Yin originated in India as Avalokiteshvara, the male bodhisattva of compassion.  He was introduced to China in the early centuries of the Common Era, but apparently there was a hunger for a feminine face of compassion, and by the eighth century female forms of Avalokiteshvara emerged.  By the ninth century, Kwan Yin had become the main representation of compassion in China, and from there her veneration spread across Asia.  Eventually, she became known by many names, including Kannon in Japan and Quan Am in Vietnam.  According to legend, Kwan Yin tried so strenuously to alleviate the suffering of beings that her head split into eleven pieces.  Wanting to help, Amitabha Buddha awarded her eleven heads with which to hear the cries of the world, but when she heard all the cries and reached out to address the needs of so many, her two arms shattered.  This time, Amitabha gave Kwan Yin a thousand arms, and it’s said that even now she’s still using those arms to offer her compassion to all.

 

Wing Chun:

Wing Chun Butterfly Swords, Crane & Snake, Yin-Yang, Wing Chun Chinese Characters / Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts training / tutoring / teaching / lessons for adults in or near Kansas City, Clay County, & Jackson County.
Wing Chun Butterfly Swords, Crane & Snake, Yin-Yang, Wing Chun Chinese Characters

 

Bruce Lee:

BRUCE LEE . . . . . . . . WING CHUN KUNG FU MARTIAL ARTS TEACHING / TRAINING / TUTORING / LESSONS FOR ADULTS IN KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI TO INCLUDE CLAY COUNTY & JACKSON COUNTY.

 

Ziyi Zhang / Xiyi Xang:

Ziyi Zhang / Xiyi Xang / House of Flying Daggers . . . . . . . . WING CHUN KUNG FU MARTIAL ARTS TEACHING / TRAINING / TUTORING / LESSONS FOR ADULTS IN KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, TO INCLUDE CLAY COUNTY & JACKSON COUNTY.
Ziyi Zhang / Xiyi Xang / House of Flying Daggers .

 

Xiyi Xang / Ziyi Zhang:

Ziyi Zhang / Xiyi Xang . . . . . . . . . . WING CHUN KUNG FU MARTIAL ARTS TEACHING / TRAINING / TUTORING / LESSONS FOR ADULTS IN KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI TO INCLUDE CLAY COUNTY AND JACKSON COUNTY
Ziyi Zhang / Xiyi Xang . . . House of Flying Daggers .

 

Kwan Yin / Guan Yin:

Quan Yin on a White Tiger . . . . Wing Chun Teaching / Training / Tutoring / Lessons for adults in Kansas City, Missouri, Clay County & Jackson County.
The embodiment of compassion, Kwan Yin is known as “she who hears the cries of the world.”  One of Buddhism’s most beloved bodhisattvas, she also holds a special place in the hearts of people of other faiths, including Daoists and Confucianists.  Kwan Yin is the protector of women, children, sailors, fishermen, anyone in trouble, and the sick, disabled, and poor.  Some Buddhist schools present her as male and female interchangeably.   The idea is that a bodhisattva—a being of great realization who vows to forego enlightenment until all sentient beings are liberated—can manifest in whatever form will most effectively free beings from suffering.  Kwan Yin originated in India as Avalokiteshvara, the male bodhisattva of compassion.  He was introduced to China in the early centuries of the Common Era, but apparently there was a hunger for a feminine face of compassion, and by the eighth century female forms of Avalokiteshvara emerged.  By the ninth century, Kwan Yin had become the main representation of compassion in China, and from there her veneration spread across Asia.  Eventually, she became known by many names, including Kannon in Japan and Quan Am in Vietnam.  According to legend, Kwan Yin tried so strenuously to alleviate the suffering of beings that her head split into eleven pieces.  Wanting to help, Amitabha Buddha awarded her eleven heads with which to hear the cries of the world, but when she heard all the cries and reached out to address the needs of so many, her two arms shattered.  This time, Amitabha gave Kwan Yin a thousand arms, and it’s said that even now she’s still using those arms to offer her compassion to all.

 

Ziyi Zhang / Xiyi Zhang:

Ziyi Zhang - Xiyi Xang_House of Flying Daggers . . . . WING CHUN TEACHING / TRAINING / TUTORING / LESSONS FOR ADULTS IN THE KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI AREA TO INCLUDE CLAY COUNTY & JACKSON COUNTY.
Ziyi Zhang – Xiyi Xang. House of Flying Daggers.

 

Kwan Yin / Guan Yin:

Quan Yin / Kuan Yin - Female Buddhist Goddess of Mercy . . . . Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts teaching / training / tutoring / lessons for adults in or near Kansas City, Missouri to include all of Clay County & Jackson County
The embodiment of compassion, Kwan Yin is known as “she who hears the cries of the world.”  One of Buddhism’s most beloved bodhisattvas, she also holds a special place in the hearts of people of other faiths, including Daoists and Confucianists.  Kwan Yin is the protector of women, children, sailors, fishermen, anyone in trouble, and the sick, disabled, and poor.  Some Buddhist schools present her as male and female interchangeably.   The idea is that a bodhisattva—a being of great realization who vows to forego enlightenment until all sentient beings are liberated—can manifest in whatever form will most effectively free beings from suffering.  Kwan Yin originated in India as Avalokiteshvara, the male bodhisattva of compassion.  He was introduced to China in the early centuries of the Common Era, but apparently there was a hunger for a feminine face of compassion, and by the eighth century female forms of Avalokiteshvara emerged.  By the ninth century, Kwan Yin had become the main representation of compassion in China, and from there her veneration spread across Asia.  Eventually, she became known by many names, including Kannon in Japan and Quan Am in Vietnam.  According to legend, Kwan Yin tried so strenuously to alleviate the suffering of beings that her head split into eleven pieces.  Wanting to help, Amitabha Buddha awarded her eleven heads with which to hear the cries of the world, but when she heard all the cries and reached out to address the needs of so many, her two arms shattered.  This time, Amitabha gave Kwan Yin a thousand arms, and it’s said that even now she’s still using those arms to offer her compassion to all.

 

Donnie Yen as Ip Man:

Donnie Yen in the Movie Ip Man - I . . . . I teach / train / tutor / provide lessons for Wing Chun Kung Fu Martail Arts for adults in or near Kansas City, Missouri to include Clay County & Jackson County.
Donnie Yen in the Movie Ip Man – I .

 

Kwan Yin / Guan Yin:

Quan Yin / Kuan Yin - Female Buddhist Goddess of Mercy . . . . Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts teaching / training / tutoring / lessons for adults in or near Kansas City, Missouri to include all of Clay County & Jackson County
The embodiment of compassion, Kwan Yin is known as “she who hears the cries of the world.”  One of Buddhism’s most beloved bodhisattvas, she also holds a special place in the hearts of people of other faiths, including Daoists and Confucianists.  Kwan Yin is the protector of women, children, sailors, fishermen, anyone in trouble, and the sick, disabled, and poor.  Some Buddhist schools present her as male and female interchangeably.   The idea is that a bodhisattva—a being of great realization who vows to forego enlightenment until all sentient beings are liberated—can manifest in whatever form will most effectively free beings from suffering.  Kwan Yin originated in India as Avalokiteshvara, the male bodhisattva of compassion.  He was introduced to China in the early centuries of the Common Era, but apparently there was a hunger for a feminine face of compassion, and by the eighth century female forms of Avalokiteshvara emerged.  By the ninth century, Kwan Yin had become the main representation of compassion in China, and from there her veneration spread across Asia.  Eventually, she became known by many names, including Kannon in Japan and Quan Am in Vietnam.  According to legend, Kwan Yin tried so strenuously to alleviate the suffering of beings that her head split into eleven pieces.  Wanting to help, Amitabha Buddha awarded her eleven heads with which to hear the cries of the world, but when she heard all the cries and reached out to address the needs of so many, her two arms shattered.  This time, Amitabha gave Kwan Yin a thousand arms, and it’s said that even now she’s still using those arms to offer her compassion to all.

 

Merry Wing-Chun Christmas:

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Kwan Yin / Guan Yin:

Quan Yin / Kuan Yin – Female Buddhist Goddess of Mercy . . . . Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts teaching / training / tutoring / lessons for adults in or near Kansas City, Missouri to include all of Clay County & Jackson County
The embodiment of compassion, Kwan Yin is known as “she who hears the cries of the world.”  One of Buddhism’s most beloved bodhisattvas, she also holds a special place in the hearts of people of other faiths, including Daoists and Confucianists.  Kwan Yin is the protector of women, children, sailors, fishermen, anyone in trouble, and the sick, disabled, and poor.  Some Buddhist schools present her as male and female interchangeably.   The idea is that a bodhisattva—a being of great realization who vows to forego enlightenment until all sentient beings are liberated—can manifest in whatever form will most effectively free beings from suffering.  Kwan Yin originated in India as Avalokiteshvara, the male bodhisattva of compassion.  He was introduced to China in the early centuries of the Common Era, but apparently there was a hunger for a feminine face of compassion, and by the eighth century female forms of Avalokiteshvara emerged.  By the ninth century, Kwan Yin had become the main representation of compassion in China, and from there her veneration spread across Asia.  Eventually, she became known by many names, including Kannon in Japan and Quan Am in Vietnam.  According to legend, Kwan Yin tried so strenuously to alleviate the suffering of beings that her head split into eleven pieces.  Wanting to help, Amitabha Buddha awarded her eleven heads with which to hear the cries of the world, but when she heard all the cries and reached out to address the needs of so many, her two arms shattered.  This time, Amitabha gave Kwan Yin a thousand arms, and it’s said that even now she’s still using those arms to offer her compassion to all.

 

Praying Mantis / Wing Chun:

Praying Mantis is one of the animal from Eight Animal Kung Fu. It is very similar to Wing Chun in that its positions, blocks, and attacks are practical and useful in a real fight rather than involving any unnecessary, flashy showmanship. I teach, tutor, and train adults in Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts, who live in or near Kansas City, Missouri.
Praying Mantis is one of the animal from Eight Animal Kung Fu. It is very similar to Wing Chun in that its positions, blocks, and attacks are practical and useful in a real fight rather than involving any unnecessary, flashy showmanship.

 

Ziyi Zhang / Xiyi Xang:

Ziyi Zhang / Xiyi Xang in The Grand Master with Tony Leung as Ip Man . . . I tutor / train / teach / provide lessons in Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts for adults who live in or near Kansas City, Missouri.
Ziyi Zhang / Xiyi Xang in The Grand Master with Tony Leung as Ip Man.  Here she is shown demonstrarting a Bagua Kung Fu pose.  Bagua is very circular in its practice, as opposed to Wing Chun being a straight-line attack.

 

Donnie Yen:

Donnie Yen shown here as Ip Man fighting a British Boxer named "The Twister" in the movie Ip Man 2 . . . . I teach / tutot Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts to adults who live in or near Kansas City, Missouri.
Donnie Yen shown here as Ip Man fighting a British Boxer named “The Twister” in the movie Ip Man 2 .

 

Ip Man & Bruce Lee:

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Bruce Lee & Ip Man.

 

Donnie Yin:

Ip Man I - Best Fight Scene / Donnie Yen . . . I teach, train, tutor adults in or near Kansas City, Missouri in Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts.
Ip Man I – Best Fight Scene / Donnie Yen .

Tony Leung:

Tony Leung shown here playing Ip Man in The Grand Master . . . . I teach / tutor Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts to adults who live in or near Kansas City, Missouri.
Tony Leung shown here playing Ip Man in The Grand Master.

 

Ip Man:

 

  Peaceful Gnostic Girl Meditating by a Creek of the Living Water of Christ Using Progressive Mindful Meditative Relaxation, Affirmative Prayer, & Spiritual Baptism:

Peaceful Girl Meditating by a Creek of the Living Water of Christ Using Progressive Mindful Meditative Relaxation  & Spiritual Baptism
Peaceful Gnostic Girl Meditating by a Creek of the Living Water of Christ Using Progressive Mindful Meditative Relaxation, Positive Affirmation, & Spiritual Baptism

 

Shaolin Kung Fu Kid:

SHALOLIN-KUNG-FU-KID
Shaolin Kung Fu kid.

 

Shaolin Kung Fu Man:

SHAOLIN KUNG FU MAN
Shaolin Kung Fu man.

 

Kung Fu Class in China:

KUNG FU CLASS IN CHINA
Kung Fu:  Advanced students in China.

 

Kung Fu Lady:

KUNG FU LADY
Kung Fu lady.

 

Kung Fu Man:

KUNG FU MAN
Kung Fu man.

 

Tai-Qi (Chi) Master:

Tai-Qi Master
Tai-Qi Master.

 

Traditional Chinese Art of a Dragon:

TRADITIONAL CHINESE ART POTRAYING A DRAGON
Traditional Chinese art portraying the Chinese dragon.

 

Wushu Woman One:

Wushu Woman 1
Wushu Woman.

 

Wushu Woman Two:

Wushu Woman 2
Wushu Woman.

 

Traditional Chinese Art:

Traditional Chinese art.

 

Ballerina:

Ballerina.

 

Contortionist:

 

 

Contortionist:

 

 

Contortionist:

 

 

Yoga Master:

 

 

Ballerina:

 

 

Kwan Yin / Guan Yin:

The embodiment of compassion, Kwan Yin is known as “she who hears the cries of the world.”  One of Buddhism’s most beloved bodhisattvas, she also holds a special place in the hearts of people of other faiths, including Daoists and Confucianists.  Kwan Yin is the protector of women, children, sailors, fishermen, anyone in trouble, and the sick, disabled, and poor.  Some Buddhist schools present her as male and female interchangeably.   The idea is that a bodhisattva—a being of great realization who vows to forego enlightenment until all sentient beings are liberated—can manifest in whatever form will most effectively free beings from suffering.  Kwan Yin originated in India as Avalokiteshvara, the male bodhisattva of compassion.  He was introduced to China in the early centuries of the Common Era, but apparently there was a hunger for a feminine face of compassion, and by the eighth century female forms of Avalokiteshvara emerged.  By the ninth century, Kwan Yin had become the main representation of compassion in China, and from there her veneration spread across Asia.  Eventually, she became known by many names, including Kannon in Japan and Quan Am in Vietnam.  According to legend, Kwan Yin tried so strenuously to alleviate the suffering of beings that her head split into eleven pieces.  Wanting to help, Amitabha Buddha awarded her eleven heads with which to hear the cries of the world, but when she heard all the cries and reached out to address the needs of so many, her two arms shattered.  This time, Amitabha gave Kwan Yin a thousand arms, and it’s said that even now she’s still using those arms to offer her compassion to all.

 

 

Ballerina:

Ballerina.
Ballerina.

 

Anime:

Anime.
Anime.

 

Female Samurai:

Female Samurai.
Female Samurai.

 

Japanese Lady in Flower Garden:

Japanese Lady in Flower Garden.
Japanese Lady in Flower Garden.

 

Traditional Chinese Art:

Traditional Chinese Art
Traditional Chinese Art

 

Ballerina:

Ballerina
Ballerina

 

Jennifer Keith (“Kayla” or “Pixie Le Knot”) – Actress, Gymnast, & Contortionist:

She may be known as “Kayla “to fans of the HBO hit series “The Game of Thrones,” but “Pixie Le Knot” (Jennifer Keith) demonstrated that she’s more than just a pretty face; she is one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions including incredible stretches and extreme back-bends.  The following are photographs of Jennifer Keith that have been edited for artistic purposes:

Gymnast Demonstrating Strength & Balance
She may be known as “Kayla “to fans of the HBO hit series “The Game of Thrones,” but “Pixie Le Knot” (Jennifer Keith) demonstrated that she’s more than just a pretty face; she is one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions including incredible stretches and extreme back-bends.

 

She may be known as Kayla to fans of HBO hit series the Game of Thrones, but Pixie Le Knot  (Jennifer Keith) has demonstrated she’s more than a pretty face as one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions – from incredible stretches to extreme back bends..
She may be known as “Kayla “to fans of the HBO hit series “The Game of Thrones,” but “Pixie Le Knot” (Jennifer Keith) demonstrated that she’s more than just a pretty face; she is one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions including incredible stretches and extreme back-bends.

 

She may be known as "Kayla" to fans of  the HBO hit series "The Game of Thrones," but Pixie Le Knot  (Jennifer Keith) has demonstrated she’s more than a pretty face as one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions; she contorts herself into incredible stretches and extreme back bends.
She may be known as “Kayla “to fans of the HBO hit series “The Game of Thrones,” but “Pixie Le Knot” (Jennifer Keith) demonstrated that she’s more than just a pretty face; she is one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions including incredible stretches and extreme back-bends.

 

She may be known as "Kayla "to fans of the HBO hit series "The Game of Thrones," but Pixie Le Knot has demonstrated she’s more than a pretty face; she one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions including incredible stretches and extreme back-bends.
She may be known as “Kayla “to fans of the HBO hit series “The Game of Thrones,” but “Pixie Le Knot” (Jennifer Keith) demonstrated that she’s more than just a pretty face; she is one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions including incredible stretches and extreme back-bends.

 

She may be known as Kayla to fans of HBO hit series the Game of Thrones, but Pixie Le Knot  (Jennifer Keith) has demonstrated she’s more than a pretty face as one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions – from incredible stretches to extreme back bends..
She may be known as “Kayla “to fans of the HBO hit series “The Game of Thrones,” but “Pixie Le Knot” (Jennifer Keith) demonstrated that she’s more than just a pretty face; she is one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions including incredible stretches and extreme back-bends.

 

She may be known as "Kayla "to fans of the HBO hit series "The Game of Thrones," but Pixie Le Knot has demonstrated she’s more than a pretty face; she one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions including incredible stretches and extreme back-bends.
She may be known as “Kayla “to fans of the HBO hit series “The Game of Thrones,” but “Pixie Le Knot” (Jennifer Keith) demonstrated that she’s more than just a pretty face; she is one of the most flexible contortionists in the UK.  The 26-year-old from Sheffield can morph into unbelievable positions including incredible stretches and extreme back-bends.

 

 

Chun-Li, simplified Chinese: 春丽; traditional Chinese: 春麗; pinyin: Chūn Lì) is a character in Capcom’s Street Fighter series. The first female fighter of any fighting game franchise, she made her first appearance in Street Fighter II: The World Warrior in 1991. In the series, she is an expert martial artist of Wing Chun, although many of her moves are not Wing Chun.  She is an “Interpol Officer” who restlessly seeks revenge for the death of her father at the hands of the nefarious M. Bison, leader of the Shadaloo crime syndicate.  The following are pictures of this character:

Chun Li Master of Wing Chun.
Chun Li Master of Wing Chun.

 

Chun Li Master of Wing Chun.
Chun Li Master of Wing Chun.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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or the Qi-Gong / Tai-Qi page, (PAGE 7) . . .

but please visit the Closing Statement Page (PAGE 8) before you leave this website.

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for your interest:

Sincerely with honor,

Disciple Dragon Snake

Dìzǐ Lóng Shé

弟子龙蛇

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