Heng Pu – cross step

The second of the Nine Steps to learn is the Heng Pu. By employing this technique, it is possible to move quickly and quietly in narrow passages, corridors, and hallways. In combat, this stance ...
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Hai Pu – Black/Stealthy Step

First among the Kuji Ashi is the Hai Pu, the Black/Stealthy Step. It is taught not only as a means of moving in total darkness, but also as a type of dynamic meditation. In its advancing and ...
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Ninja Exercises

Turning the Wheel Just as one cannot plunge headlong into the practice of Qi Gong (breathing exercises), one cannot return to the real world from such an experience without some transitory phase. ...
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TAO – Enlightenment

TAO – Enlightenment
The ninth center of power is the aura of the body. The aura consists of an electromagnetic field surrounding the physical self, radiating in all directions. The strength and extent of the field ...
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TUNG – Mastery of Time and Space

TUNG – Mastery of Time and Space
The seventh center of power is located at the site of the third eye, slightly above and between the eyebrows. The Yin Chiao, or Negative Leg Channel, rises from the instep through the inner leg, ...
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SHA – Power of Premonition

SHA – Power of Premonition
The fifth center of power is located at the solar plexus It represents the air element and is symbolized by two triangles-one facing up, the other down. Its color is smoky. This center controls ...
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TAI – Healing of Self

TAI – Healing of Self
 TAI – Healing of Self The fourth center of power in the body is located at the site of the navel. The channel of energy which flows from this point is known as the Tai Mo, or Belt Channel, ...
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SHEN – Direction of Energy

SHEN – Direction of Energy
The second center of power is the source of the Jen Mo, or Channel of Function. It begins at the base of the genitals and travels up the center of the body, ending on the face just above the ...
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