How did the martial art of Wing Chun originate? What methodology did the ancient warriors use in their quest for Enlightenment? Did they reach their goal to create a system that can counter all styles with maximum efficiency? What were their improvements to life, to fighting, and to learning…all this and more is addressed by Unlocking the Wing Chun Code: Six Levels of Reality, Wisdom for Maximum Efficiency in Life!
This book is the result of over 20 years of research into the process
and creation of Wing Chun by Ving Tsun Museum Curator Benny Meng. In this book you will see the enlightened monk’s creative process through the six wisdoms. It’s a process that allows you to see the creation process from roots to surface and the evolution process from surface to roots.
Beyond the martial art of Wing Chun, this book benefits any martial
artist by showing how to use the Six Wisdoms as a method to understand their current training or even evolve into their own system.
Last but not least, this ancient wisdom come from the Shaolin Temple which is an epicenter for enlightenment. You will appreciate the depth of knowledge the monks and the Grand Masters that followed possessed, how they harmonized with reality, and how they achieved enlightenment. In that sense, this book is very practical not just for understanding the martial arts but also for unlocking life itself.
Here is what some of Grand Master Meng’s students have to say…
The Six Wisdoms is are not only a universal truth in helping us see the different stages of reality and helping us in all aspects of our life, but a method to see how Wing Chun was create. By using, the Six Wisdoms we see that Wing Chun was create from the Principle / Faat level on up to the surface of tools and techniques. We cannot just create different techniques that connected to the principles, without knowing the principles and faat first. The Faat /Reality supports the principles, principles (Lei) support the concepts (Yi), concepts support the mechanics (Yin), thus the technique (Sik) is born. I personally use this understanding daily in my teaching and training methods and HIGHLY recommend this Book. I believe those that truly use and understand this teaching will fast track your Wing Chun understanding!
-Master Brad Ryan
The six wisdom have no limitation in it’s application. This can be pivotal in the understanding of not only martial arts but in realizing any skill. The information gained by using this as a format of understanding brings to light a perspective that goes beyond just one person point of view. The six wisdom offers a universal understanding to even the layman of practitioner. The book is an example and demonstration of mastery one’s self and a finger pointing all of it’s readers to a path of universal enlightenment. It is very clear and concise in it’s delivery. This is a must read for all martial artist and anyone seeking a deeper universal understanding of Space,Energy and, time.
“The Six Wisdom” written by Grandmaster Benny Meng is an invaluable tool for self improvement and self discovery. Although associated with Martial Arts training, the information provided is not limited to those concepts. Rather, the practice and study of each “wisdom” brings the reader closer to self actualization, and provides them with the tools to discover their true self and potential. No matter how many times you read through the material you will learn something new about yourself that can help you achieve clarity in making decisions and choices in your everyday life.”
– Terena Fugate
In grade school we learn about the Scientific Method that scientists use to prove a whether a hypothesis is true or false. The Six Wisdom is the scientific method for life skills. If you want to learn how to make better decisions and discover what is true and what is false in your own life, it pays to learn about the Six Wisdom.
Grandmaster Meng’s book of the Six Wisdom is a must have have. Whether you are a martial artist wanting to improve your level of efficiency and effectiveness, or a non-martial artist who is interested in improving your quality of life, the lessons found within the Six Wisdom are invaluable treasures. I have improved my life and martial art skills through the teaching of the Six Wisdoms, and so can you.
The six wisdoms are a very effective synthesis of a method to understand reality ranging from the microcosm to the macrocosm from the internal to the external. They allow one a framework through which one can pursue a systematic exploration of phenomena and experiences. We have often discussed that the scientific method is a methodology to explore nature externally while Chan is a methodology to explore nature internally, the six wisdoms are the summary of both. Below is an outline of the analogy:
– Jeevan Sekhar
Sik – the what. It represents the identification of the phenomenon. Or scientifically, an observation
Ying – how. After observations are recorded, the search is for how they happen.
Yi – why. Once we understand the mechanism, we then search for the fundamental cause of such observations.
Lei – the law. After understanding why something happens in the first place, scientifically, we can develop models and equations that then can help predict future outcomes based on certain conditions.
Faat – reality. As a student of Shaolin as well as a person of science, understanding ultimate reality is the goal. From evolutionary theory to quantum physics, understanding how everything fits together is the ultimate quest.
Seut – personal expression. As we understand more of ourselves and more of the outside world, we can than apply to that to both individual expression and scientifically to practical technologies. From an external perspective, I see Seut as applied science.
As indicated above, the six wisdoms are also essentially another iteration of the scientific method. If we assimilate them truly, they can serve as a guide for increased understanding of everything we do from a simple technique in Kung fu to our entire existence both internal and external. Thus, I see the six wisdoms as a definite universal methodology to understanding ourselves and the universe which ultimately are the same thing.
The Shaolin monks of old figured out all things have the same 6 components: sik, ying, yi, lei, faat and suet. They called these the 6 wisdoms. Many times in my martial arts journey, I have pondered, and sometimes discussed with others, the 6 wisdoms of various things. Rarely has it been easy. “What is the faat of this?” “What is the lei of that?” “What are the 6 wisdoms of the discussion we are having right now?” Grandmaster Meng’s book not only explains the 6 wisdoms in a language that is easy to understand, but also allows discussions of them to delve into deeper realms.
– Randy Schultz
Grand Master Benny Meng has travel the world for over 30 years researching and training martial arts. Benny Meng latest book “Unlocking the Wing Chun Code–Six Levels of Reality–Wisdom for Maximum Efficiency in life and Combat” This book will change your reality and enhance the quality of your life! Scott Stapleton
The 6 wisdoms takes you through an in depth journey of the development of not only a martial arts system based on the physics of our world but also a journey through life itself. In a broad stroke, through the sequential steps of the wisdoms we can see the development of life as we know it unfold before our eyes through the 2 main stream vantage points of creationism as well as evolution. On a narrower spectrum we can not only understand but measurably effect, in a positive way, our very own individual spiritual as well as physical attributes. Grand Master Benny Meng’s book is a must read for anyone that has an interest in understanding our world and in becoming the best person in that world they possibly can be.
– Damian Raad
1st Generation Disciple Shaolin Wing Chun
3rd Generation Disciple Yip Man Wing Chun
B.A., A.T.P., MMEL, ASEL.
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