Thread: Tibetan Kung Fu ???
11/17/2011 7:02am, #1
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Tibetan Kung Fu ???
I just ran across this website and it made me curious. I never knew that tibetans had kung-fu in their culture but anyway my question is - has anybody heard of or trained with this gentleman - Tsun Tsun Hsue ?
here's the website:
11/18/2011 2:28am, #2
No CMA guys have responded yet so i'll throw in my two cents. The website portrays the typical image of a new age/eastern mysticism guru. There is little information about the lineage of the system which is major cause for concern. The prices listed seem to be astronimical, the site lists:
Three are 3 levels in the Tibetan method. Usually it takes about 10 years to complete the 3 levels, I have sped up the process. It still takes time. The cost usually is very high. About 10,000 US dollars. I have tried to make it reasonable and accessible for everyone.
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Level 2 $800
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11/18/2011 11:54am, #3
In every description of anything Kung Fu realated on the site, it just uses general descriptions if anything. There is conveniently no lineage listed anywhere to verify and the "Sun Dragon Golden Snake system" is not pulling up under any search that I've tried. The only martial arts pucture that they showed kind of looked like Tai Chi, or veriation thereof.
Most of the site seemed more about spiritualism and stuff like that. If you are looking at it for martial arts, I would keep on looking.
11/18/2011 1:44pm, #4
The site is currently blocked for me, but I'll take a close look later. Generally, if it's not Lion's Roar, or something Baobom related, be skeptical. Very skeptical. If it IS Baobom related, make sure it's not run by an Asanaro affiliate.
More to come.
11/18/2011 7:16pm, #5
Ok, just something that comes off as weird, he uses a lot of Chinese terminology for something that has abundant Tibetan terminology.
They don't call it Kung fu or Qi Gong... or rather I'd say it would be extremely unusual for them to do so.
I'd stay far away from this guy, at least until you run this by a local Tibetan Cultural center, there's one almost in every major state. Unfortunately my source of information has been less than willing, so I'm afraid that's as much info as I can provide.
We would need someone more familiar with Tibetan culture, language, and the like, to go over this one.
11/18/2011 8:10pm, #6
I'm surprised none of you commented on the "Mystery School" page. That is runaway time right there.
11/18/2011 8:36pm, #7Soul Retrieval $100-150
Quite reasonable too.
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Not so sure about that Tzun Tzun guy however, and February is too early. Brrrrr...
11/18/2011 8:47pm, #8
Most of the REAL tibetan named martial arts are not actually Tibetan, many attached the name of Tibet to their systems to add a rather large dose of Mystique as it was hard to get there, and still is.
The legends state otherwise, but you do not see any Tibetans practicing Tibetan White Crane, Or Tibetan Lama Pai.
Interesting. It was marketing, and you know how the Chinese like to create all manner of silly terms for techniques and such.......
11/18/2011 8:52pm, #9
11/18/2011 11:18pm, #10
Yeah, I saw the mystery school stuff too! I also googled the golden dragon association or whatever it was and the only thing I saw was one in Australia that is into magic! So I figured I would leave it alone....just in case!