Four years ago, when I began training with Master Liu in China, he challenged me.
Not your normal challenge. In this challenge, he put his hands at his sides, spread his legs and dared me to kick him in the groin.
I was understandably reluctant. When you’re interested in learning from a teacher – you don’t usually strike him – even if you’re invited to do so.
But he insisted, so I let loose. I punted him in the gonads several times, and when I realized nothing hurt him, I stopped. Master Liu then gave me the thumbs up, complimenting me on my “power.”
Then it was his turn.
Thankfully, he didn’t kick me in the groin. Instead, in the midst of conversation, he put his palm on my chest – and before you can say “chop suey” – I was flying backward.
My chest caved in when he pushed me. My head snapped forward as if I was in a car accident. And I was unable to stop my backward movement until he pulled some invisible puppet strings and allowed me to move forward.
As I staggered back to him, I had a delirious smile on my face – along with a whole lot of curiosity.
I wondered, how do you push someone back 20 feet without actually pushing him?
And how much power or force was he using?
I asked him the second question. In response, Master Liu, put his index and thumb about 1/4 inch apart and said, “Yi dian, dian.” Translation: A little, little bit.
Now let me get this straight, I thought. You send a cannon ball through my chest, without effort, and you only used a “little, little bit” of your potential power. Holy sheet, Batman.
Although I have studied and practiced internal power methods for years, this was the first time I experienced someone doing it to me with that kind of super human power. And I take great honor in knowing I’m one of only a handful of people whom he’s taught; as well as the only American to learn from him.
In our society today, those who want to rise to the top, those who want to be better at whatever they do – are definitely interested in knowing how to increase concentration, focus, athleticism, strength and health. They’re interested in improving their lives by getting more chi or vital energy flowing through their system.
Internal Power is much more than being able to push someone across a room without pushing him. It’s about being able to get the most out of your body/mind.
Most forms of exercise address the body primarily. The mind just goes along for the ride.
But in my Internal Power training, your mind and body get connected at such a deep level that you become a transformed human being. You become calm and serene. You concentrate at a level you could never fathom before.
If you’re an athlete, this mind/body training translates into effortless ease.
In the business world, this type of training turns stress into power – frustration into triumph – and all the while, it happens with peace of mind.
The greatest port in the world is peace of mind. Sadly, most people, regardless of how successful they appear on the outside, don’t have peace of mind.
Power (and a whole lot more) comes with peace of mind.
Come get some at my Internal Power Seminar this April.
Only 30 people get to partake in this training. That means you’ll be getting a ton of hands-on guidance from me.
Implement what you learn from me at this event and your life will become the masterpiece you’ve always wanted it to be.