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  • Si Bei (Four Preparations)

    “Si” means four.

    “Bei” shows a person on the left and “prepare” on the right. It means: prepare; be equipped with; preparation.

    In Kungfu terminology, this is translated as the “Four Modes of Preparation.”
    Sifu Anthony Korahais
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    Re: Si Bei // Four Preparations

    Originally posted by Antonius
    “Si” means four.

    “Bei” shows a person on the left and “prepare” on the right. It means: prepare; be equipped with; preparation.

    In Kungfu terminology, this is translated as the “Four Modes of Preparation.”
    Would you mind further clarify what are the four modes of preparation ? I don't learn or practise kungfu but am just interested to know.

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      Before you make any movements for attack (or defense) you must observe the Four Modes of Preparation:

      One: be mentally and physically ready.
      Two: assess your opponent.
      Three: seek an advantage or opening.
      Four: move swiftly when an opportunity arises.

      Sifu Anthony Korahais
      www.FlowingZen.com
      (Click here to learn more about me.)

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