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From my searches, Shifu Lin is a fraud! Don't download any books by Shifu Lin, who is fictional. site should not sell such books. He seems to talk more about Kostas danos interactions with John Chang rather than his own interactions. Is that because he has never met John Chang? I dont know. You be the judge. Great Book. Kindle Edition. This "book" is a total scam.
DO not download this. The author only regurgitates information from another author's works without citing it mind you and then doesn't actually teach you anything. So aside from a very brief description about the four steps of Mo Pai- all you read about is the ethics of how THIS author has the right to charge you additional money, but anyone else that does this is a total quack.
Don't give this person any of your money! They don't have anything to teach you and all they are doing is taking advantage of people.
Sometimes, I just don't understand negative reviews on site. In this case, frankly I am not even sure if those leaving the reviews have even taken the time to read the PDF. There are a good deal of instructions as to what needs to be done, PLUS a very illuminating questions and answers in interview form between Shifu Lin and one of his students.
Beyond this, I've been one of the first readers of this important work, and from the first edition, through to the third, Shifu Lin has been very faithful in keeping us all posted with upcoming editions, even going so far as to take the initiative and touch base with us about the new editions, complete with PDF attachments.
One person found this helpful. So i heard the first time of nei kung or mo pai through the internet or better the youtube video oft his john chang. It's really hard to find good literature about it, also because i think this students of john chang all tell a different story about who is the bad man.
As another one wrote here 90 percent of the book is about why you should spend dollars to learn the first step, i mean sure i pay dollar to learn this kind of art but why did i had to pay nearly 10 dollars to read that?
The Book itself is mor like a long letter where this guy claims that western people all about money?
As the title of this review suggests, this short but extremely important booklet represents a new window of opportunity, made all the most significant by the fact that previously, people - especially Westerners - had to go through enormous amount of energy, time and financial drain in order to get a'hold of "John Chang", or his students, to receive instruction in this potently powerful system of cultivation Fortunately, one of the highest adepts among "John Chang's" students has opened a short window of opportunity, in offering to teach the system through the Foundation levels, and the training for the prospective student virtually begins from reading this booklet, with the " day vigil" more about this in the booklet before seeking further instruction.
Bottom line: If you don't invest in this booklet as a first step, then you aren't serious about internal OR external progress as a cultivator and martial artist. Information about the elusive system of Mo Pai is extremely rare outside of Kostas' well-known books. This book, and others by Shifu Lin, provide valuable insight into this system from the eyes of an accomplished practitioner.
Also shared, to my knowledge for the first time, is information concerning the origins of Mo Pai and the little-known fact that there are a number of internal martial arts which train students the same way. An absolute must have for anyone interested in Mo Pai, with an offer for personal instruction to those disciplined enough to take the first step themselves.
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This item: Set up a giveaway. While concentrating during your meditation you must work on emptying your mind of all thoughts. Some people, by virtue of their physiology, psyche and innate abilities allow them to develop sooner than others, but all who train "will" develop no matter what.
Just accept how you are created and appreciate the transition into another mindset. Helpful hint: when concentrating, focusing only on your dan tien, or your breath, or try and blank everything out your mind; any one works for your development. All are designed for pointed "concentration.
This may not sound like much, but you have to remember you will be doing this literally for years. So, to start off slowly almost guarantees your longevity. If you start too fast you will most certainly quit early and likely never achieve your goal. download starting slowly to train yourself allows your mind and body to become adjusted…and then your mind and body will actually tell you that it can take more when it is ready.
When this happens you must accommodate this by adding either a minute or a few minutes at a time. Just as long as you take your time, and not be in a hurry…this way you will find it is easier to increase your time.
In Mo Pai, there is no specific time each day to meditate. However, one hour is usual for most people because most of us work and have family responsibilities. But, if you are single you can take more time to train. Either way, you can do more if it is possible, which may increase your development.
This is for you as much as it is for them. I worked up to one hour over a period of two years. When I reached one hour I started a second session for the day with another hour. I would do one hour and stop and do some other things, then I would return and do another session of one hour. After a while I started trying to do more than an hour at a time and occasionally did 2 hours straight. But mostly I would only do one hour each session per day. So, I would highly recommend that you take your time so you can withstand all the issues that will come up and be able to adjust to them.
If you tried you most likely would rip tendons, and or tear muscles and this would force you to stop.
Important: after two months of constant, daily training, your breathing mechanics must change. The normal breathing in which you started was for getting used to your meditative training.
You still benefited from the normal way of breathing, but now the Mo Pai method of breathing must be begin. To do this you must reverse your breathing technique. Instead of expanding your stomach with your breathing-in; now, you must "pull-in" your stomach as you breathe-in. This may sound strange and hard at first, but it can be done…it becomes second nature.
Then, you must "expand" your stomach as you "breathe-out. At first this will greatly impair your ability to lengthen your breathing repetitions. However, it will improve over time; just work on it and be patient, as this is an entirely different mode of training from ancient knowledge. Sex: this is another issue that must be addressed. It is simple and straight forward; if you expel your semen in any manner you must "STOP" for three days.
So, you must strictly adhere to the "time-off" period before you return to Mo Pai training. This also applies if you expel your semen during sleep. Also, if you are married, you must accommodate your wife as she needs your attention in many areas. My teacher had seven children while he trained…so what does that tell you? Differences: You must also understand the difference between meditation and "concentration". One can meditate upon anything or any subject in a relaxed state.
Meditating causes you to think more clearly. You can think better in meditation on many issues and make better decisions…you allow your inner mind to move upward into your conscience thinking.