Chung Moo Doe of the style as a cult honoring its founder instead of a Martial Art. Also includes bibliography of articles and related links. http://www.freedomofmind.com/resourcecenter/groups/c/chung/
Extractions: 8 Martial Arts for Health The following information has been provided by former members of Chung Moo Doe: Description of the Group: This is a personality cult using a chain of martial arts schools as its "front". People, particularly men, are lured into the group thinking it's a martial arts school, and they're going to learn about self defense, getting in shape, etc. Instead, they're subjected to mind control techniques to essentially get them to worship Chung Moo's founder, John C. Kim. Exhorbitant lesson fees are charged, providing Kim and his people with large amounts of money. In 1996, Kim and several of his top people were convicted of conspiracy to defraud the United States of America. Behaviors: Students of Chung Moo were pressured to move in together, and keep the "respect line" (the way we treated one another in school) the same on the outside as well as inside the school. People critical of Chung Moo, including parents, were to be shunned and kept in the dark about what really went on. Students, and particularly instructors from what I could see, were strongly urged to wear their hair and dress as John C. Kim did. Also, there was a general disapproval of dressing well among the students, as that meant you had money for clothes that could have gone towards John C. Kim.
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Extractions: Kyong Gong Sul Bope, by jumping from the top of a building. A corner of the roof is visible in the lower right corner of the picture , as indicated below. Read more. Have You Ever Experienced Traditional Moo Doe? Students Surveyed Over the Last 30 Years Say Why They Choose Oom Yung Doe, one of the most powerful styles in the U.S. Hundreds of thousands in the U.S. alone have benefited from Traditional Moo Doe. "Oom Yung Doe has the strongest movements I’ve ever seen. The professional instruction combined with the history and legends gives me confidence that I’m practicing properly. I felt a remarkable difference after my first lesson and I continue to develop quickly." "What I’ve found here that I couldn’t find anywhere else is that the instructors don’t waste my time with unnecessary conversations, but they always take time to address my questions and concerns, and to point out areas in which I can improve, they are very professional." "The changes I’ve seen in my condition as well as in countless other students are just remarkable. I truly believe anyone who tries Oom Yung Doe can improve their condition like I did."
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Extractions: Bagwa is the highest form of martial art training available through Chung Moo Doe. This style originated from Bagwa the first generation Chung Su Nim (honorable founder) of the Chung Moo martial arts during the Han Dynasty. Bagwa is the person that developed the walking and breathing forms known as the Bagwa walking positions and Bagwa breathing form. This style is comprised of 128 main movements derived from the movements of animals. The practice of Bagwa Chung includes many offensive and defensive movements that balance the body while developing internal and external strength. This form is practiced by all ages and is especially beneficial for older students. In the early 1970's, Chong Su Nim "Iron" Kim brought the Chung Moo line of martial arts to the United States from East Asia. The roots of the Chung Moo Style originated from the "Bagwa" line of Moo Doe around the time of the Han Dynasty. In the United States alone, for over the past 20 years, hundreds of thousands have built their lives, reached their goals, and achieved healthier, happier lives through Chung Moo training. Over the centuries, martial artists have known that the biggest gift they could give to others was to pass movements so that others could achieve good health, happiness and longer life. When someone does something for you that directly benefits your health and your life, you will never forget them. Earning respect comes from the recognition of others. Just as instructors have respect for those that teach them, the students have respect for their instructors. Through their actions, the Chung Moo instructors are building a new line of Moo Doe in the United States and are writing a new page in Moo Doe history.
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Extractions: Sites My name is Kevin Fallon. I am a 1st Degree Black Belt, Assistant Instructor. I am 40 years old and have been practicing for over two years. I have always been active. I participated in many sports programs and I have had a strong appreciation for the outdoors. I have made a living at various jobs and lived in several states. Although I found adventure and excitement in my life, something was missing. For over fourteen years, Ive held the position of vice president and general manager of a retail chain of musical instrument stores. Yet, before I found Chung Moo Doe, I continued to be restless. My job was certainly challenging. Still, I sought physical challenges. However my physical health continued to slowly ebb away as the years rolled by. After a few lessons it did not take long to find that the Instructor was sincere, direct to the point and yes, Chung Moo Doe movements are challenging and I have always enjoyed a challenge. The benefits that I have enjoyed physically alone are almost too much to believe. I have more energy, more endurance, much more flexibility and strength than ever before. After many years of hard living I had accepted the resulting damage to my joints, back and knees as the inevitable signs of aging. However, I am astounded at the results I have gained from the depth of knowledge of the Chung Moo Doe martial arts. But the physical gains I have made are really only part of the benefits for me.
Eclipse's Martial Arts Page They went by various names, including the John C. Kim Style School of Chung Moo Quan and the John C. Kim Style School of chung moo doe. http://www.urbin.net/EWW/MA/cmd-tax.html
Extractions: Message-ID: email@example.com From the Chicagoland Daily Herald Thursday, April 13, 1995 Martial arts schools' top brass charged with tax fraud by Laura Janota Daily Herald Staff Writer The top figures in a nationwide chain of martial arts schools were charged Wednesday by federal authorities with an income tax fraud scam spanning more than 20 years. Nearly five years after raiding a number of John C. Kim's suburban martial arts schools, authorities said Kim and others skimmed large amounts of cash from operations to buy a Texas ranch, a California home and other assets. The schools which were particularly popular in the region in the 1970s and '80s allegedly lured students into a martial arts program and charged them hefty fees, from $900 to $18,000 per course, without reporting all of that income. Force and threats of force also were used as part of the consipiracy, a federal indictment said. Kim was arrested Wednesday in California. He and 13 others from across the nation are scheduled to be arraigned April 20 in federal court.
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Extractions: Chong Su Nim "Iron" Kim demonstrates a Kum Gung Quan movement as the body bends like a bow to defend against or attack a low target. This movement depicts the whipping motion of bamboo in strong wind. It can help strengthen internal organs and joints, and improve coordination. Chong Su Nim "Iron" Kim demonstrates a movement from Kum Gung Quan with complete concentration on the toe and hand positions. By increasing strength, flexibility, and joint circulation, this form can prevent arthritis and rheumatism while relieving stress and strengthening the immune system. Aligning the fingertips of both hands with the eyes, this Kum Gung Quan movement portrays a scorpion and requires extreme concentration and mental strength to practice. This exact position uses balanced concentration to align the fingertips precisely. By practicing this movement, a person can attain mental acuity and show better judgement in his or her everyday life. Practicing on rocks or climbing a mountain while defending against an attacker, this movement from Kum Gung Quan form protects the lungs, strengthens vision, and increases circulation. Kum Gung Quan originated in China approximately 1200 years ago and took two generations to develop. The form requires 5 1/2 uninterrupted hours to complete. Contained within the Kum Gung Quan form are movements derived from animals, ocean waves, birds of prey, and the great strength many associate with mountains.
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Extractions: "You are excellent at CHUNG MOO DOE. Your strategy and timing are perfect. You naturally make the right moves. You have a powerful motivation to learn all there is to learn. You excel in your performance every time. It is all so easy for you now. Anywhere, anyplace, every time. Your potential is unlimited. Success flows to you in great abundance. You are in control. Luck is always on your side. Your subconscious mind does all that is necessary and proper to achieve all of your goals now. Easily, effectively, efficiently, automatically, immediately
Extractions: Sites My name is Gretchen Anderson. I am 29 years old and have been a Chung Moo Doe student for just two months; but those have been two very important months for me and I am looking forward to many more. I was a serious athlete for most of my life - I always learned new sports easily and reached competitive levels very quickly. I thrived on tough workouts and brutal races. In high school and college, I earned varsity letters in seven different sports. After college, I remained active with several competitive club teams. In the summer of 1991 my active life came to an abrupt end. I spent a day painting a room at my parents house - a seemingly innocuous task - and the next morning, I woke up numb and paralyzed. I could not feel anything, from head to toe. I had so little control I couldn't walk, hold a pen, or tie my shoes. For a year, I was passed around, from one doctor to another. They studied me extensively, but offered little help. The diagnosis was "multiple chemical sensitivity," a mysterious and incurable ailment. There was no way to predict whether I would recover, what the long term effects might be, or when it might hit again.
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Extractions: Sites I don't know for sure, but I feel as if McNair was inspired by CHUNG MOO DOE's philosophy because to endure, one has to have a strong body; to persevere and believe in oneself, one needs a clear mind and confidence. And that is what I have discovered while practicing CHUNG MOO DOE. I could not have chosen a better time to join the club. I have been undergoing all kinds of stress due to the overwhelming intensity of my Ph.D. program. It was by mere chance that one evening while walking to my car I saw the display. After having reluctantly read the advertisement I went home; but my mind kept returning to the display. Finally, the next day, I decided to call the place, just to have a feeling about it. "The first week of practice lightened my mind, and the stress and the pressure that I have been undergoing disappeared." Later, I realized that my picking up the phone was not just to check, but rather to join the club. The Instructor I spoke with was very understanding of my situation as a student. He set a time for me over the phone for a private lesson. And when the next day I finished the practice, I felt like a new man. Although I was tired, I was ready to move on with the studies. The first week of practice lightened my mind, and the stress and the pressure that I have been undergoing disappeared. The encouragement and the care that the instructors provided made me feel guilty when I missed one class. Their attitude toward the students is commendable.
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Extractions: Sites Vol. 126, No. 28 WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1997 photo by JOE MCCONNELL Mind over matter - Students at the Chung Moo Doe Martial Arts School on Maple Street, along with some interested onlookers, who came by during the open house last Saturday, posed for a picture during a break in the demonstration. They are, from left to right, Asst. Head Instructor Anthony Pasquale, Asst. Instructor Steve Paulos, Gary Kiley, Joe Kaminski, Eric Innocenti, Ullian Marino, Luke Guidi, Asst. Instructor Rita Pasquale, Brendan Carosi, Glenn Dodge, Anthony Marino, Tara Lomoges, and Kristian Amor. BY JOE MCCONNELL HERALD SPORT STAFF There are thousands of martial arts systems that have been around for well over 1,500 years. It all started in China, but in the last three years Danvers residents didnt have to travel far to participate in the ancient ritual, which emphasizes the development of both the mind and body. Anthony Pasquale and his wife, Rita, operate the Chung Moo Doe School on Maple Street, an independently owned business they built from scratch three years ago. Chung Moo Doe comes under the broad category of martial arts. It incorporates eight different systems into one.
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