Kim Jeong Seong Jinyoung Ssangkum Ryu
-. Ssangkumbups(Forms with two swords)
-. Ssangkyeokkum(Sparring with two swords)
-. Ssangkum Chackbaldosul(Drawing & sheathing with two swords)
-. Ssangkum swords dance(Sword dance with two swords)
-. Ssangkum Begi(Cutting with two swords)
-. Ssangkumgoksul(Kicking with two swords)
-. Based on many kinds of skills with one sword by both hands together and a single hand (Ssangsu kumbups and Woisu Kumbups etc.)
-. Ki-Mu (without swords)
What is Ki Mu?
The word Ki is the same as Chi or Qi.
This means energy, or more accurately the bodies vital energy, or universal energy.
Mu refers to the Martial Arts, or again more accurately, just Martial.
So put together we have Martial Arts Energy,
but the study of Ki Mu is more than that.
Perhaps people will understand better if it is compared to Tai Chi.
The development of vital energy through breathing and movement,
and facilitating the healthy movement through the body of Ki energy is the purpose of Ki Mu.
But I digress slightly.
How does an understanding of Ki affect our daily lives?
Also when see the natural flow around us we can easily see when something is not right, and it could be that is what our “intuition” is…. our natural universal Ki monitor!