The Meritocratic Standards of Mozi: Why Nei Kung Cannot Be Limited Only to Chinese Students & Discussion On the Role of Karma i

The Meritocratic Standards of Mozi: Why Nei Kung Cannot Be Limited Only to Chinese Students & Discussion On the Role of Karma i

English | 31 Mar. 2012 | ASIN: B007QOW1WS | 96 Pages | AZW3 | 524.78 KB


Mo Pai Nei Kung is a Taoist form of Meditation. That is to say that the methods are common to Taoist orders. The particular line through which "John Chang" has learned is from a Taoist lineage tracing itself through Lung Hu Shan Taoists. At some unknown point, this line developed a moral affinity for the teachings of Mo Tzu (470 BCE - 391 BCE) who is also transliterated as Mozi.

Mozi was a teacher who was seen in competition with Kungfuzi (Confucius) but who is said to have lived shortly after Kungfuzi. Mozi's approach to morality became emphasized in Mo Pai Nei Kung, in part because the Qi itself responds to morality, as noted in "Overcoming Sickness with Nei Kung: Why do so many Mo Pai practitioners get seriously ill? What you can do to prevent, or correct this," in reference to "hao ran zhi qi" (Cultivating Flood-Like Qi). More is discussed on this matter throughout this work.

As well, and in relation to this subject of "karma" and Nei Kung, the teachings of Mozi are discussed, relative to issues of merit and the will of Heaven. Because of the nature of the teachings of Mozi, an argument is put forth against the exclusion of non-Chinese from Mo Pai training.

Following this, the "Levels" of Mo Pai, are described for those who either do not know about them or for those who have heard some things but do not necessarily have a completely coherent picture. Direct instructions for performing these levels are not given, but in the conclusion of this work (as with others), the offer is extended for the sincere reader contact the author to become a student of Nei Kung.

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