Dim Mak, as I understand and practice, is having the ability to strike a living being with the intension to kill using only your mind and emotions coupled with prayer. You have results by simply touching another being, or in advanced training by “touching” with your mind. The degree to which you can hurt your opponent is developed in your intentions. The highest level of Huc Chung is said to be: anyone can do whatever must be done through prayer. If you cannot drop a being at a distance, you are not a true master in the fighting arts. My own experiences are published in three documents: "The Warrior’s Edge", by John Alexander; "Research in Parapsychology 1985"; and within the book about to be released in April – "The Men Who Stare at Goats", by John Ronson.
I believe we have electrical circuits throughout our body that keep us alive. If these circuits were interrupted, one would become seriously ill or die. The lowest way of practicing Dim Mak is using the physical touch. The advanced method is to concentrate and activate the “eternal mind” within you. You reach out with and touch the eternal mind of your enemy, thus creating a disturbance and dropping it. This is true training that only the most serious and spiritually devoted students can ever hope to attain. Your pre-requisite is to live a prayer and heal others.
Introduction to Dim Mak and Advanced Spiritual Training audio tapes are available through our on-line ordering form.
For more information, email me at email@example.com.
Copyright © 2005 by Guy L.
Savelli. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Except as otherwise provided by law, this writing may not be produced in whole or in part, in any manner.