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The Chilling Hour

March 14th, 2007 · 3 Comments

Master Karen Eden gave us her kind permission to use this article. Do click and read:


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  • 1 carri // Mar 14, 2007 at 10:35 pm

    Master karen eden is very good at tang soo do which is a martial art form i mentioned in earlier post.

    other korean martial art form’s include tae kwon do and ju-jitsu

    and of course hapkido which translates as ‘way of practiced energy’ because ki is the inner energy that we all have
    but its certainly a peacefull martial art as its technics involve harmonising the aggressors posture its realy good for removing knives from the hands of idiots.

    as a stress reliever people could try shouting ‘ki-hap’ although it dos nt have to be exactly ki-hap jus shouting out an energy sound.

    love to all


  • 2 stevem // Mar 20, 2007 at 5:01 pm

    Apologies to Master Karen Eliot in that the scan that i did of her article did nt exactly reproduce the biog that was originally visible which was-

    ‘Karebn Eden is a Master of Tang Soo Do [International Tang Soo Do Federation].She is also a broadcast journalist who has appeared on CNN and Fox National.Karen is a published book author and columist.

    In terms of energy within hapkido there is both
    Wae-ki outer powerr [which we can develop through excercise] and Nae-ki which is limitless and to develop your Nae Ki you use abdominal rather than chest breathing

    i ll atempt to post some ‘dan-jun-ho-hop’ breathing excercise’s evcen though my ability to draw is nt.

    is that k NYA

  • 3 carri // Mar 29, 2007 at 1:01 am

    This site might be interesting for people who have an interest in seeing all the different international styles of martial art’s.

    You have to sign up to get an id to access the site but its all FREE and gives potted histories/articles and lots of video clips.

    Even if people just have a look at the different breathing styles….

    although martial arts by video does lack the unity of a dojang [place of learning]

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