The word "Chan" is the abbreviation of and old term "Jhana,"think of cultivation", this line of thought has cultivation by practice and thinking as its meaning. The One who practices Chan has no characteristics (laksana), has stillness, maintained inside, belonging to yin (Chan is sometimes translated as dhyana, or prolonged and intense contemplation)
The word "Gong" as in"wugong", is a symbol which specifically means to move the body related to martial arts. The meaning is to cause the body to be tempered. The gong has form, movement, it is in the outer and belongs to the category of yang.
"Chan Gong" takes lacking characteristics alone as stillness, that stillness has form and stature with movement the appearance and characteristics melt away. In the center of the stillness of Chan there is exploration, it causes the body to enter , instantaneously and bursting, a powerful energy beating regularly at the boundary, in the middle of that beat of energy you enter stillness, causing the body’s stature to enter, the Chan fist returns, true wondrous emptiness has emptiness in between.
The Western Heavens Mahayana Chan Gong is divided into three phases: the first phase warms-up the body and are positioning movements, the middle phase is the formal exercise methods, and the last stage is adjust the breath and preparation for meditation after the exercises.
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