Sifu Wong publishesSukhavati: The Western Paradise. This book is entirely about Buddhism, Amitabha Buddha and the sutras concerning Amitabha’s Western Paradise. It includes many mantras, sutras and other practices for the express purpose of going to Western Paradise after death.
Although this method is simple, one must not be mistaken that it is necessarily easy — although it is actually easier than most other methods of spiritual cultivation.
Sifu Wong publishes The Complete Book of Chinese Medicine. It covers the differences between Western Medicine and Chinese Medicine, the history of Chinese Medicine, and a brief overview of the principles of diagnosis and treatment.
Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also love of humanity. – Hippocrates
Sifu Wong publishesThe Art of Shaolin Kung Fu. It is 240 pages long and is billed as the ultimate guide to kung fu. It includes chapters on sample training programs, history, philosophy, and setting objectives.
One of the best martial arts books I’ve ever read. I train in Shobayashi Ryu, which is closely related to Shaolin kung fu. This was a great bit of supplemental information.
Sifu Wong publishesThe Complete Book of Tai Chi Chuan. The book covers history, combat application, sparring, set practice, pushing hands, qigong and meditation.
It is worth remembering that Tai Chi Chuan is not a gentle dance, not even a set of health exercises; it is basically a martial art. And it is not an ordinary martial art. Unlike most others, it is graceful and elegant even when it is used in fighting, and it abhors aggression which is a prominent feature of many fighting systems.
Sifu Wong publishesThe Complete Book of Zen. The text traces the history of zen from India, to China, to Japan, to the rest of the world, and goes on to include some exercises and known benefits of the practice.
The most rewarding aspect of Zen, besides spiritual fulfilment, is that it teaches us to find joy and meaning in our daily lives.
Sifu Wong wins the World Qigong Federation’s Second World Congress on Qigong’s award for Qigong Master of the Year. They present this award in recognition for a Master’s contribution to awareness of the art of Qigong.
Sifu Wong publishesChi Kung For Health and Vitality, the sequel to The Art of Chi Kung, and covers additional exercises, maximizing results, longevity, frequently asked questions and updated scientific studies.
If we wish to live healthy, long lives, and to have vitality to enjoy our work and play, chi kung is an excellent answer.
Sifu Wong publishes his book The Art of Chi Kung: Making the Most of Your Vital Energy. . Among the topics discussed are different levels of qigong, different aims of qigong and developing a training regime.
Chi Kung is the art of developing energy, particularly health, internal force, and mind training.
Sifu Wong founds the Shaolin Wahnam School of kung fu and qigong. The school is named after his two most influential teachers Sifu Lai Chin Wah and Sifu Ho Fatt Nam. He states that the aim for founding the school is:
[to transmit] genuine Shaolin Kungfu, Shaolin Chi Kung and Shaolin philosophy.
Sifu Wong publishes his first book, an 86 page manual on Shaolin Kung Fu. Topics include techniques, forms, training methodology and advice on creating a practice routine.
One of the main aims in learning kungfu is for self-defence. In the ancient days before the invention of firearms, kungfu was often a matter of life and death for many people. That was why kungfu was so jealously guarded.
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