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Searching for martial arts called "ki-chun" or anything that can help in concentration and control

Ki chun is qi gong or chi kung. I suspect ki chun is simply an anglicized version of a Korean pronunciation. Qi gong is a controversial subject on this site. Qi gong roughly translates to energy work, ...
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Does the Energy "Chi" or "Qi" has more strength and cannot be refuted?

The most charitable thing I can say about chi/qi/ki is that it's a conflated and confused concept outside of its original context. If it is taken as shorthand for the expression of one's potential ...
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Does the Energy "Chi" or "Qi" has more strength and cannot be refuted?

Ki or chi should not be referred to as 'energy' in the sense of a noun. The fighters in MMA are energetic and vivacious. This is all that 'using chi' really means. They use their strength their skill ...
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Is a dualistic perspective required to grasp nei gong?

There is nothing that anyone can claim about anything which does not manifest. If it doesn't manifest, how can anyone observe it in order to know anything about it? You can hold a qigong pose and feel ...
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Does the Energy "Chi" or "Qi" has more strength and cannot be refuted?

Chi is the universal energy - it does not furnish power, but a skilled practitioner who can sense his or her own chi energy can work to keep a flow going in their body. It can help to learn to sense ...
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Does the Energy "Chi" or "Qi" has more strength and cannot be refuted?

Lets assume a normal person who does not have any technique applies chi This is a poor assumption. I am not aware of any martial system that believes you can "apply chi" to fighting without first ...
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