Ba Gua Circle Walking Nei Gong: The Meridian Opening Palms of Ba Gua Zhang (Anglais) Broché – 27 juillet 2012
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I have corresponded with Tom, though I have not yet met him. As well as being extraordinarily knowledgeable and accomplished, Tom is also humble and seems to me pretty much free of the ego trips that unfortunately are so common in the martial arts. He is also unusual in that he genuinely wants to share all he knows, making it as clear and accessible as possible without (it seems to me) holding anything back.
In this book on Bagua walking, he goes into great depth (as is appropriate, and also rare) about the precise details of posture. If you do not know this, I am telling you: that is the million-dollar secret in the internal martial arts. Getting the correct posture, then maintaining this while moving: that's the ticket! (As to the fighting, learning techniques is just to keep you interested while you move with good posture; combat skill comes through intuitively sensing relationship, not by learning techniques.)
Anyway, Tom gives as good instruction as one can get in a book, and this particular walking practice is second to none for health and np meditation, and as a solid foundation for fighting if you are so inclined.
Check out his web site too; good stuff there.
I liked the drawings and straightforward design of the book which made it easy to read and understand.
Mr. Bisio outlines a path to the neigong. The alignments he describes closely parallels the alignments I was taught in taiji, with a couple bonus alignments I was not taught. I found the mud walking/stepping a bit more challenging than expected. Rather than achieving one minute per step in about three weeks as he described, several months later I'm only up to about 40 seconds. Still, the practice has helped my root during taiji practice.
If you don't practice bagua, I recommend Tom Bisio's video, "Bagua Concepts Volume 1: Ding Shi". Seeing the video helped correct some elements I had been performing incorrectly.
This is not a book you can read once, incorporate into your internal practice, and move on to the next thing. I personally expect to be working with the concepts in this book for the next several years.
I've been to a number of Bagua schools where fixed palm walking is treated as a warm up that you rush through before you get to the "good stuff" of palm changes, forms and applications - sometimes teaching them in a weekend workshop, or not at all. When I started learning bagua I spent several months learning fixed palm walking, where most classes consisted of me walking around a tree for a couple of hours, with my master correcting my posture every now and then. Its not sexy, or even particularly interesting, but it creates a foundation you need to do anything more complex well. Bisio gives a good understanding of why fixed palm walking is so fundamental in Bagua, and gives instructions that even people who have been studying for a while should find worthwhile. The correlation between postures and qi meridians alone is more than worth the price.
i'm doing something I've never done with any other martial arts book, which is to annotate and summarize the information in 0ne note for concise reference. If you had only one martial arts book to buy.. this is the one..
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