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Kung Fu Diagram Canvas Print

Kung Fu Diagram Canvas Print

Kung Fu Diagram Canvas Print
Kung Fu Diagram Canvas Print
Kung Fu Diagram Canvas Print
Kung Fu Diagram Canvas Print
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Fine art print on bright white, fine poly-cotton blend, matte canvas using latest generation Epson archival inks. Individually trimmed and hand stretched museum wrap over 1-1/2" deep wood stretcher bars. Includes wall hanging hardware.

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It all began, so the legends say, when a stern Indian monk noticed that his young Chinese disciples could not stay awake during the long and tiring meditation of the new religion, known as Chan or Zen Buddhism. Not conditioned to endure the exhaustive meditative methods developed by the Hindu, Yogic, and Buddhist monks of their masters homeland, the young disciples seemed on the verge of failure in their own undertaking. Realizing this, the first patriarch, Bodhidharma (Damo), took the initiative and introduced his frail disciples to an 18 movement exercise (18 Hands of Lo-Han) based on techniques discovered and developed beyond the Himalayas. At Shaolin Temple (the location and origin of Shaolin Kung Fu) daily practice of the 18 movements soon strengthened the young disciples enough to receive their master’s teachings, thus sowing two seeds that the world would later know as Chan (Zen Buddhism) and Shaolin Kung Fu. Tags: kung fu diagram pose poses stance wushu Shaolin

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