In true empithetic communication we reflect not project.
A deeper dive into the Wing Chun concept of grounding. I introduce a new metaphor to help apply this awesome technique.
The intellectual aspect of Wing Chun is vital to developing self-defense /security skills. If you have trained for any extent of time with me you will recognize the resonance of Mr. Bustamante’s… intel. Observe and enjoy!
I cringe every time I hear the words “our people“. It’s we or nothing. I cringe every time I hear “The _____ ‘s”. It’s we or nothing. There’s only one special interest group and that is the interest of humanity. No subdivisions no separations. It’s we or nothing. -Sifu Z
I am bringing back the Patreon site. Currently revamping my offerings and membership tiers in effort to accommodate all levels of interest from the slightly inquisitive to future Kung Fu masters. I look forward to returning to and building our Wing Chun community on this popular platform. I’ll let ya’ll know when the Patreon site is live and ready for prime time. Stay informed at https://sifuz.com/wingchun
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My Wing Chun is used to find and promote solutions to many problems. A leading challange to humanity has always been housing. It is literally a Human Right yet is the most violated. Those that are proactive in furthering education on the reality of “homelessness” are to be applauded and more of us must do our part in whatever way we can. #invisiblepeople
Wing Chun has the answer but the questions need to be understood before we can comprehend the answer: think Man Sau “asking hand” a rather brave and learned hand ready for the response… alert centered and focused yet calm and relaxed. -Sifu Z
Night hiking provides some of the most spectacular views I’ve ever witnessed. The bears, porcupine, coyote and fox are all your fellow creatures. The stars, planets, galaxies and universes are in plane sight. The air is crisp like no other part of the day. Oh the Wing Chun of it all. “Siu Nim Tao!” -Sifu Z
The diet I promoted in my book “The Centerline” (currently out of print). Freshly cooked rice and beans with raw carrot and avacado. Side of chicken noodle soup. Plate of spices include olive oil, dill, turmeric, salt n pepper, soy sauce, chili pepper and garlic salt. Nutritious and affordable eating. Bon appétit!
I am so mystified by this style of art. Frantic unconscious scribbling . Feeling the drawing more than visualizing it.