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Shaolin Kung Fu Master Xing Du in the Temple grounds.

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Masters teach their students the Kung Fu movements which imitate the motions of birds and animals. They teach them the Shaolin Kung Fu ways to generate sudden releases of power to the body yet keeping it balanced and supple. Kung fu was developed by the Shaolin Monks for body-building. Kung fu was used also by the Shaolin Monks to build up speed, agility and stamina. Through repetition of the Kung fu exercises, actions and reactions became instinctive. Every opportunity was taken by the Shaolin Monks to improve their Kung fu skills and thus reach higher levels of chi. Through the disciplines of Kung fu, body, mind and heart became in harmony with each other.

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The pictures below, from the Shaolin Temple, include Buddhist Ceremonies by visiting Abbots; Master Xing Du with students of Kung Fu in exercises on Kung Fu Poles at the Shaolin Temple; Kung Fu exercises and Buddhist meditation at the Pagoda Forest.

To watch the Monks and the Shaolin students perform the Kung Fu exercises is quite an experience. One disciple in particular showed exceptional flexibility demonstrating some of the Kung Fu positions. The youngest student shown in these photos of Kung Fu would often be seen practicing movements and positons to improve his Kung Fu, even though he had not been instructed to do so. His exercises gave him a great deal of satisfaction, and his skill improved as days went past. One comment made on sight of a photograph of this young student demonstrating a kung fu position with a sword in hand, was, 'Warriors are born, not made !'

Buddhist Mantra ceremonies at the Shaolin Temple Shaolin Buddhist Monk demonstrates Kung Fu in a Ming Dynasty Hall Students with Master practice kung fu and meditation in Pagoda Forest Students with Master on top of kung fu poles demonstrating kungfu positions. Young kung fu student at the Shaolin Temple. Young disciple  at the Shaolin Temple greets a golden dragon.  Kung fu student demonstrates his natural talent at the Shaolin Temple.

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