by SiGung Boscola
on 09 March, 2015


                Many Parts of spiritual and physical inquiries require enough faith in your master to at least practice what is presented.  If you have insufficient trust and confidence, or are perhaps too skeptical, then you will never succeed.  No one is telling you to be unquestioning.  But unless you respect the system and master you are with, you will not give either one enough of a chance to take root in your life.

                Commitment is of utmost importance.  Commitment means that you are willing to invest yourself absolutely in your practice.  This uncompromising quality isn’t for the sake of your master; it is for your own sake.  You are not surrendering to your master but committing yourself wholeheartedly to your own endeavors.

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by Unknown
on 26 February, 2014
A Wing Chun Practitioner, who only fights is just a fighter.
A Wing Chun Practitioner, who only poses well in forms and does not know the applications, is just a performer.
A Wing Chun Practitioner, who only lectures about theories of Wing Chun and does not practice them, is just an actor.
A Wing Chun practitioner, who knows, applies, and lectures on Wing Chun,
But does not find enjoyment of life from practicing Wing Chun, is inept.
A Real Wing Chun practitioner is one who knows, applies, and lectures on Wing Chun
while deriving enjoyment of life and fulfillment of soul from the practice of Wing Chun.
by SiGung Boscola
on 12 December, 2012

     At my first KungFu class at the age of twelve, I remembered watching my fellow students preparing for the beginning of class. They started with a series of traditional routines. First, I noticed that they bowed to a picture of the founder this style of KungFu.In response to their actions, I followed with the students, respectfully. After every student had bowed in, the class proceeded to create a single line on the training floor. Here, we waited for a few minutes, until the instructor or SiFu, in Chinese, walked to the front of the class. SiFu, along with the class, bowed to each other. At that time, I remembered fumbling with a hand position which was an open hand wrapped around a clinch first.

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