This video casts a light on the meaning of Chan Wu, as well as the context within which the method was created. Chan Wu suggests the adoption of a state of mind similar to the one chosen by the well-known discipline we call Zen. Though the spirit of Zen is often assimilated to a passive state, a state of stillness; this same spirit can be approached in various other ways. By adopting the Chan spirit, you are tuning in subtly with the present, your environment and all the activity surrounding you. In this sense, the Chan spirit will lead you to inner peace through action. It is a dialogue with yourself, in the recovered harmonious balance between body and mind.
Some people believe that every house has a soul. For a house to have a soul, one must inhabit its interior. There are different ways to inhabit a house. Similarly, there are various ways of inhabiting one’s body. Traditional wisdom suggests a respectful and gentle approach…Watch an excerpt
The Chan Wu method is compatible with all the various facets of everyday life. It is made up of simple movements, which can be practiced on the street, on a walk in the countryside, on a road trip or in public transports; as well as relaxation exercises to unwind after a physical or mental effort. Chan Wu invites us to reconnect with Nature, to discover our roots, our vital strength and inner drive.Watch an excerpt