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Empty Force: The Power of Chi for Self-Defense and Energy Healing

by Paul Dong

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Can a person knock down another person without physical contact?

This question is more complicated than it seems. Many Westerners would dismiss the idea as some sort of magic trick or illusion. As a Westerner myself, I can say this reaction is a natural result of our ignorance and the biases of our culture.
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The highest martial arts skill in China, and an extraordinary technique which utilizes the power of the body's vital energy or chi.
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"Paul Dong reveals the secret of empty force, the highest martial arts skill in China--a technique utilizing the power of the body's vital energy or 'chi' to defend against an opponent's attack or heal oneself and others without any physical contact"--Provided by publisher.… (more)

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