How to optimize testosterone, vitality and energy with ancient qigong! Also advice for women regarding health & vitality.
This is the first part of a new discussion we just had with grandmaster Jiang Yu Shan. In this video we go deep into optimizing testosterone and vitality with ancient qigong without forgetting the women.
You can find the scientific proof and studies in one of our previous articles for all of these methods.
It's been a while since we released a new video with grandmaster Jiang Yu Shan. Our WarriorNeigong.com community is vibrantly alive though. Lately, we just have been busy making big moves and so has the grandmaster Jiang Yu Shan.
What has happened recently in grandmaster Jiang Yu Shan's life?
Probably the biggest thing is that a world famous Shaolin monk (35th generation) and the headmaster of Shaolin Temple Europe Shi Heng Yi (释恒義) revealed that he wants to become a disciple of grandmaster Jiang Yu Shan.
You can hear this from Shi Heng Yi himself in his own words in this video (after 33:48).
This just showcases that grandmaster Jiang Yu Shan has something that is missing from the world of Kung Fu and Qigong.
Shi Heng Yi is a big deal. His TED-talk alone has 12M views and he is one of the most skilled and knowledgeable Shaolin monks in the world (he is the headmaster of Shaolin Temple Europe after all).
The reason why we wanted to learn from Jiang Yu Shan in the first place was because he possessed certain aspects of training we couldn’t find anywhere else.
Especially when it comes to combat and hard/fighting qigong, you simply cannot find this level of knowledge (or any knowledge at all).
At the moment, students and disciples of grandmaster Jiang Yu Shan include various martial artists, masters of many kung fu styles such as Wing Chun, Daoist priests, Shaolin monks and abbotts, active military and more.
So that’s one big and good piece of news. However there’s more...
This month, grandmaster Jiang Yu Shan's homegrown student Cai Chen En became a national champion of Taiwan in Sanda (Chinese kickboxing).
This is not a small feat since Sanda is massively popular and competitive sport in Taiwan, China and Asia in general. It's like Western kickboxing but also has takedowns.
This is just to show that the grandmaster Jiang Yu Shan doesn’t just talk but his methods actually work when pressure tested and applied in practical scenarios.
The truth is that there are lots of good Tai Chi masters out there - people who have mastered the soft side of Kung Fu.
But when it comes to combat and the hard, and even the dark aspects of Kung Fu, Qigong or human psyche in general, you are lucky to find even one.
Very few masters have experience in sports competition (which is a great test for many attributes necessary in real combat), have the real harden bone skill or have mastered the shadow aspects of human psyche.
This is the question: how can you know the soft if you don't know the hard? And how can you know you are a good person if you haven't mastered your dark side?
That’s all for today.