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Mental energy (Chingshen) is also used in a great variety of ways, such as through the normal channels of thinking, for the discipline and control of the movements of the limbs, counteracting the emotional drain on our lives and the replacement of vitalities imposed by stress or strain. It is also used at a very high level under all conditions of everyday life — playing, working, driving, etc, as well as being used in directions of which you are not always aware, such  as  your  sense  of  taste, intuition, sensory perception, hypersensitivity, and. of course, all the various aspects of Mo Kung (Taoist Wand) and Mo Hsiang (Taoist meditation), both of which are vast fields in themselves.
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Mental energy (Chingshen) is also used in a great variety of ways, such as through the normal channels of thinking, for the discipline and control of the movements of the limbs, counteracting the emotional drain on our lives and the replacement of vitalities imposed by stress or strain. It is also used at a very high level under all conditions of everyday life — playing, working, driving, etc, as well as being used in directions of which you are not always aware, such  as  your  sense  of  taste, intuition, sensory perception, hypersensitivity, and of course, all the various aspects of [[Mo Kung]] (Taoist Wand) and [[Mo Hsiang]] (Taoist meditation), both of which are vast fields in themselves.
 
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Latest revision as of 13:57, 1 September 2016

Mo Kun 魔棍 (Pinyin: Mó gùn) — Taoist Wand — external energy control

Perhaps one day you too will be able to execute every movement of T'ai Chi Ch'uan by remaining absolutely stationary and immobile. When you reach this very advanced stage, you can go one step further by practising the various aspects of the Taoist Wand (Taoist Mokun)魔棍 (Pinyin: Mó gùn), which is the advanced control of energies by the mind.

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The Chinese Art of T'ai Chi Ch'uan

by Chee Soo

Copyright ©Seahorse Books 2003 reproduced with permission


Mental energy (Chingshen) is also used in a great variety of ways, such as through the normal channels of thinking, for the discipline and control of the movements of the limbs, counteracting the emotional drain on our lives and the replacement of vitalities imposed by stress or strain. It is also used at a very high level under all conditions of everyday life — playing, working, driving, etc, as well as being used in directions of which you are not always aware, such as your sense of taste, intuition, sensory perception, hypersensitivity, and of course, all the various aspects of Mo Kung (Taoist Wand) and Mo Hsiang (Taoist meditation), both of which are vast fields in themselves.

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Taoist Ways of Healing - The Chinese Art of Pa Chin Hsien

by Chee Soo

Copyright ©Seahorse Books 2012 reproduced with permission