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  • From age three and up. When you first arrive at the temple there will be a test. The test is not determined by age, rather by when the master feels you are ready. The physical test is short. The biggest part of the test is on answering questions about one’s view of life
  • At what age is the student at the Shaolin Temple tested?
  •  A typical daily schedule, including the vegetarian diet served at each meal, is up at 5:30 a.m., chanting; 6 a.m. breakfast, which consists of a soup made of beans called eight treasures; then more chanting and a half-hour break, followed by two hours of kung fu training. During training, the monks switch what form or style they are practicing every 10 minutes. After practice, more chanting until at 11:30 a.m., lunchtime, which consists of five to six different vegetables, tofu and rice. We do not drink tea or liquids with our meals to aid in easy digestion. Lunch finishes at approximately 12:30. Now it is back to chanting, then comes a two-hour break. During this time the monks may meditate, relax or nap. At approximately 3:00 p.m., another two-hour kung fu practice session begins. This wraps up at 5 p.m. There is no chanting before dinner out of respect for the dead. At 5:30 p.m., noodles are served for dinner, with bread — the breads we eat are black or yellow wheat; 6:30 p.m., Heart Sutra chanting for one hour — we call the heart the center of the Universe; 8 p.m., quiet time for meditation; 10 p.m., bedtime.
  •  The Shaolin Monks don’t eat meat but have boundless energy. What do you they eat for protein?
  • Their protein comes from beans, tofu, milk and nuts.
  • What is the daily schedule for the monks growing up at the temple?
  • harsh words can scar a person for life. Physical punishment is usually forgotten within a few days, and is much more effective at getting the student to perform at their best.
  • What method is used to teach the children to train properly and focus?
  • Yes, all the time. We have our own hospital (Western medicine is not used, just the technology). We go every two weeks to monitor the progress in the brain that meditation produces by using EEG testing.
  • here are no illnesses or injuries during practice?
  • good bye Shoulin Monk Kun
  • Ya TtHhEeEeSsEeNnUuGgEeTtSsss
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