Greater Vancouver (Maple Ridge) Workshop – Feb 1, 2 2014

by Jay Smith on 2014/02/04

In addition to Gene Hess’s great notes “Lines on the Body”

We can produce 9 lines in different dimensions on the body. We put these lines on our opponents body in different dimensions, you do not have to be touching the opponents body to create a line.

The more lines we can produce on our opponents body the more uncomfortable we make them feel and they eventually  bounce themselves out.

 

About Jay Smith

Disciple of Master Chen Zhonghua

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James Tam February 7, 2014 at 4:41 pm

Beginner’s questions:
How does one create a line in an opponent’s body? One simple example?
As follow up, how do you create two lines in different dimensions in an opponent’s body? As an example…?

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Chen Zhonghua February 8, 2014 at 2:35 pm

1. Lock one part of the opponent’s body. Pull it using another part of his body. Example: Lock his shoulder (think of it as a non-moving part, not necessarily locking it), pull his hand. This will create a line.
2. In the same fashion as 1, create another line. Make sure it has nothing to do with the line in 1 above.

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James Tam February 9, 2014 at 4:42 pm

Great! Very clear description of actions to execute. 謝謝 Chen Zhonghua Laoshi.

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