I met Si Baak Gung Pete Pajil in 2003 (photo) for the very first time. That weekend I heard some words from him during practice and could be in his presence. But at that moment, it was all I could ... Do not misunderstand me ...
But when I Chi Sau with Si Baak Gung in 2007 (photo), I could feel a thrill at how simply, a master of his caliber can be light years from a mere practitioner like me. It was incredible!
AMOR NA CULTURA CHINESA(PARTE 4) : O TESTEMUNHO DE UMA SI MO
THE LOVE IN CHINESE CULTURE(PART 4): A SI MO´S TESTIMONIAL
Si Baak Gung Pete (photo) is one of the main disciples of Si Taai Gung Moy Yat . I was honored to be with him more than once. He is always and a very nice and kind person. Always have knowledge to share about health, and with regard to Ving Tsun he's amazing.
For many times , my Si Fu Julio Camacho stayed up at Si Baak Gung´s (photo) on his trips to the U.S. following Si Gung. Because os these moments, and to witness the dedication of Si Fu. Si Baak Gung Pete has a great affection for him. While Si Fu above all respect him a lot.
Num mundo onde muitas vezes, os praticantes mais dedicados não conseguem ter o apoio de seus cônjuges, esse depoimento é imperdível:
Recently, the wife of Si Baak Gung, Ms Chrissy Pergolini Pajil (photo), written a very touching testimonial about her relationship with the Ving Tsun and Kung Fu Family on a facebook page of Ving Tsun on the internet.
In a world where often the most dedicated practitioners fail to have the support of their spouses, this interview is a must see one:
Quando eu comecei a treinar o meu foco estava no meu desenvolvimento pessoal. Lembro-me de lutar com a noção de que havia um aspecto de egoísmo para a minha formação . Passei muito tempo longe do meu filho e da família. No entanto, eles foram compreensivos e generosos comigo porque gostaram do caráter que estava sendo desenvolvido . Como Si mo , meu foco é sobre como eu posso apoiar o Si fu e nossa Família Kung Fu para que eles possam fazer o melhor com seu tempo e treinamento. Sempre estar presente com a graça de estar no espaço daqueles comprometidos em elevar suas vidas de uma maneira poderosa , ser Si Mo é algo que eu assumi , sabendo que o papel é muito maior do que eu.
Nossa vida kung fu no Mo Gun da Moy Yat Ving Tsun Martial Intelligence é vibrante . Nós sempre temos muita coisa acontecendo :seminários , visitando Nucleos filiados , realização de demonstrações e participando de cerimônias. Como Si mo eu procuro ter a certeza de que se desenrolam os acontecimentos tão bem quanto possível . No momento em que estamos a montar um seminário sobre como usar o novo livro de Si fu ," The Hidden Power de Kung Fu", na vida cotidiana e na formação.
Também criamos um grupo de irmãs Kung Fu: Moy Bah Hugh Sister Group . Nós nos reunimos mensalmente para compartilhar , treinar e discutir o que é que podemos criar que encaminha a nossa missão de propagar a Moy Yat Ving Tsun , enquanto cresce a nossa família ainda mais duradoura e poderosa. Particularmente , como podemos atrair mais irmãs Kung Fu para o mundo maravilhoso da MYVT ! Mantemos um retiro anual , onde nos reunimos , treinamos, e temos seminários , discutimos como podemos melhor apoiar umas as outras mutuamente . Saudamos e incentivamos irmãs Kung Fu de nossa família para se juntar a nós para este fim de semana emocionante de eventos , e compartilhar a sua formação e experiência também. Estamos sempre olhando para crescer e fortalecer a família e os nossos relacionamentos!
Si mo Chrissy Pergolini Pajil
Moy Yat Ving Tsun Kung Fu "
"My name is Chrissy Pergolini Pajil. I am wife and simo to Sifu Pete Pajil (Moy Bah Hugh) of the Moy Yat Ving Tsun Kung Fu Family. Three years ago, almost to the day, I stepped into the mokwoon for the first time. I was so moved and attracted to Moy Yat Ving Tsun Kung Fu, particularly to the philosophy of suum faat and to everything Sifu represents, stands for, and is committed to, I knew I was exactly where I was meant to be. I came to the school as often as I could, and I trained sincerely. Through my training I realized that the Ving Tsun System has an integrity, that when maintained, structurally and philosophically, transcends into my daily life. The results are honest, and I get as much as I’m willing to give and sometimes give up!
When I first started training my focus was on my personal development. I remember struggling with the notion that there was an aspect of selfishness to my training. I spent a lot of time away from my son and family. However, they were understanding and generous with me because they enjoyed the character being developed. As simo, my focus is about how I can support Sifu and our kung fu family so that they can make the best of their time and training. Always present to the gift of being in the space of those committed to elevating their lives in a powerful way, being simo is something I take on knowing that the role is so much larger than myself.
Our kung fu life at the Moy Yat Ving Tsun Martial Intelligence mokwoon is vibrant. We always have a lot going on—seminars, visiting branch schools, holding demonstrations, and participating in ceremonies. As simo I make sure that events unfold as smoothly as possible. At the moment we're putting together a seminar about how to use Sifu's new book, The Hidden Power of Kung Fu, in daily life and in training.
We've also created a strong Moy Bah Hugh sisters group. We meet monthly to share, train, and discuss what’s we can create that will forward our mission of propagating Moy Yat Ving Tsun while growing our family even more lasting and powerful. Particularly, how can we attract more sisters to the wonderful world of MYVT! We hold an annual retreat where we gather, train, and have seminars as we discuss how we can best support each other. We welcome and encourage sisters from our extended family to join us for this exciting weekend of events, and to share their training and experiences too. We are always looking to grow and strengthen the family and our relationships!
Simo Chrissy Pergolini Pajil
Moy Yat Ving Tsun Kung Fu"
THE DISCIPLE OF MASTER JULIO CAMACHO
Thiago Pereira "Moy Fat Lei"