Dim Mak – Kyusho video
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The concept known as Dim Mak, literally “press artery” (Kyusho in Japanese Martial Arts) traces its history to Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture. Tales of its use are often found in the Wuxia genre of Chinese martial arts fiction. Dim mak is depicted as a secret body of knowledge with techniques that attack pressure points and meridians, said to incapacitate or sometimes cause immediate or even delayed death to an opponent.
The concept known as Quivering Palm originates with the Chinese martial arts Nei Jing (“internal”) energy techniques that deal with the Qi energy and the type of force (jin) used. It is depicted as “a technique that is part psychic and part vibratory, this energy is then focused into a wave”
In 1985, an article in Black Belt magazine speculated that the death of Bruce Lee, in 1973, might have been caused by “a delayed reaction to a Dim-Mak strike he received several weeks prior to his collapse”. Other authors, as well, have said the death of Bruce Lee may have been due to a “Quivering Palm technique”.
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