Martial arts and healing

The same points on our body can be used either for healing or for harming it
Australia
January 24, 2018 4:07pm CST
When I was learning Wing Chun Kung Fu from the Grandmaster Sifu William Cheung, I remember how important the healing arts were to him also. "Healing and Martial arts are very closely related", he told me. The healing points on a body, or/and the acupuncture points, are used for healing, but the very same points, can also be used to inflict pain/harm on a person too. "Dim mak (death touch) is a form of martial arts that consists of striking certain vital points on the body to cause illness, or even death. These points, referred to as dim mak points, are regarded as being the various vital or pressure points, on the body. Most of the location of these dim mak are in the same position on our body as which are the acupuncture points, meaning that they can also be used for the healing of our body too. I was shown one such pressure point which is near the moon area on the nail of your thumb, for example. Pressure applied here, with the sharp edge of the nail of your other thumb, downwards, will cause you some almost ex-crucible/unbearable pain. The pain is caused by pushing/pressing through the nail onto this point, but a more gentle pressure (still firm though, still applied using the nail), applied from the other side of the thumb, on the fleshy part there brings about a therapeutic relaxing muscle tone feeling which flows through the whole body from that point. It is extremely pleasurable to experience this. The only real form of self-defence or method of preventing violence aggression and being hurt by others, then, is by healing them. Jesus Christ had the power to prevent all such attacks. Being totally in control of his body, he knew that all of these attacks were merely on the body, not on his greater self, or soul. The power of God prevents/can prevent these things by emitting itself as love, and healing power. Healing is the greatest form of self-defence then, in that as much as you heal another person, you heal them of all aggression, and combative/conflictive feelings in them towards others too. Photo Credit: The image used here has been freely sourced from the free media site, pixabay.com. The same points on our body can be used either for healing, or for harming it.
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@kepweng (19156)
• Waikoloa, Hawaii
26 Jan
do you know taekwondo??
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• Australia
26 Jan
Yes, I practised it for many years, as well as Karate, and Kung Fu.
@metanya (20)
• Indonesia
25 Jan
Then we have to decided which one to prefer. Absolutely I choose healing.
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• Australia
25 Jan
Yes, I would nearly always choose healing too. Some martial arts, like tai chi though, are healing arts of themselves.
@Shiva49 (14229)
• Singapore
28 Jan
Yes, the most effective "weapon" is love. The duality is inherent in creation; it is up to us to make a wise choice. How we approach life decides where we find ourselves in - siva
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@Shiva49 (14229)
• Singapore
28 Jan
@innertalks If we live a life that is full of love then we are fully aligned with what God expects us to do. Those who have something to hide will run away from truth and love. They will themselves exclude from the path of love due to their own choices and will live in fear of their shadows even - siva
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• Australia
28 Jan
@Shiva49 And yet God seems to be lenient here. He gives the people what they want. He must understand that they have lots more growing, and consciousness building to do, before they are ready for these higher love connections, like Moses has with God. He gives us time to correct our ways, and to grow past our mistakes then. That is I guess what real love is all about. Letting us learn who we are in our own way, and time.
@Shiva49 (14229)
• Singapore
29 Jan
@innertalks Yes, God is now like a very tolerant parent but his patience may have its own limits despite his abundant love - siva
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