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Old 12-22-2009, 08:26 AM   #45
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Re: Some similarities in Internal Body Skills between Chinese and Japanese arts

Bob Strahinjevich wrote: View Post
I understood there to be a difference between peng and peng jing ('the jing'), so am somewhat confused as to the classification of chansi-jin as 'the jing'. Always thought that meant 'reeling energy', which - whilst the hallmark of Chen style - wasn't the hallmark of IS.
There is no such classification. There were other statements of differentiation as well; to support that the classics were mistinterpreted and misunderstood by other prevous masters. Like their comments about double-weighting, it's deliberate - and meant to be controversial.
In perspective-have you ever been in a room with a master level teacher of the JMA, who states that other Master class teachers of a single style got it wrong?
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