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Characteristics of Emei Wushu

Emei School has advantages of both the Buddhism and the Taoism, it not only incorporated the dynamic qigong of Taoism but also has the basis of meditation practice of Buddhism, it's an unique practicing means combining the dynamic qigong and static qigong. This practicing means, and other various kinds of boxing skills, appliance skills and kick-boxing skills constituted the Emei Wushu system. In the theory of Emei School, both the dynamic qigong and the static qigong are emphasized. The dynamic qigong of the famous  “Emei 12-post Skills” consists of 12 major types:“sky, earth, zhi, heart, dragon, crane, wind, cloud, large, small, deep, dark”. The static qigong consists of 6 specific practices:“tiger's pace skill, heavy beating skill, suo di skill, xuan nang skill, zhi xue skill, nie pan skill”, especially the “zhi xue skill”--36-type tiangang-zhi—has the greatest power. It can not only conduct massage and cure illnesses but also attack the enemy as a kind of Wushu skill. Same as Shao Lin School and Wu Dang School, the Emei School also emphasizes the concept of “For both sports and practical purpose; Conduct internal and external cultivation”, that means the combination between health preservation means and attacking and defending skills and between internal exercise and external exercise. However the styles of those three schools are different and have various advantages that can be distinguished in three aspects, that are “internal and external”, “temper force and gentle force”, and “long and short”. Firstly, as for “internal and external”, Shao Lin School 's advantage is its attacking skills, known as external boxing. Wu Dang School's advantage is its breathing skills, known as internal boxing. And Emei School emphasizes both internal exercise and external exercise. Secondly, as for “temper force and gentle force”, Shao Lin School's advantage is its temper force, Wu Dang School's advantage is its gentle force, and Emei School's concept is “extreme temper force leads to fragile, extreme gentle force leads to idle and advocates “both temper force and gentle force, co-existences of temper force and gentle force”. Thirdly, as for “long and short”, Shao Lin School frequently use long boxing, Wu Dang School frequently use short boxing, and Emei School advocates using both long boxing and short boxing. The Emei School Wushu is good at using the forces of five peaks and six elbows, five peaks are: head, shoulder, elbow, buttocks and knee; six elbows are: upper elbow, lower elbow, left elbow, right elbow, return elbow, and reverse elbow. The techniques of attack and defense emphasize flexibility of hands and feet. “move, shift, dodge, jolt, float, sink, breathe in, breathe out” are main arts of attack and defense of Emei School . And Emei School Wushu also especially emphasizes “Wushu moral character”, “sense of justice and virtue” and “nourishing one's vital spirit”, it requires that Wushu player must have the virtue of honesty and goodness, and it emphasizes that Wushu player must have spirit of humanitarianism and noble spirit.

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