Aug 31, For the 1st dan. Poomse Keumgang Keumgang, meaning diamond, is symbolized by hardness. Taekwondo Black Belt Poomse Symbolism. The Taekwondo Black Belt Poomse video contains the complete system of WTF style Black. This page has the names of all WTF Poomsaes and for what belt level you need Jitae (6th Dan Black Belt); Cheonkwon (7th Dan Black Belt); Hansu (8th Dan.
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Han Soo symbolizes the birth of a life, growth, strength, weakness, harmony, magnanimity, and adaptability through life. It is the source belg life for all creatures and place from which all creatures gain sustenance. It teaches that a point, a line or a circle ends up at one. Poomse Jitae Jitae means a man standing on the Earth looking at the sky.
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Taebaek bright mountain is the name given to Mt. Paektu, the mountain from which Tangun, the founder of the Korean people, ruled the country.
Pyongwon means a plain or a vast field of land. The Choon-bi sogi requires a concentration of force in the lower abdomen, the source of all strength, much like the land is the source of strength for all life.
Cheon Kwon means Heavens Greatness or the origin of all being. Jitae means a man standing on the Earth looking at the sky. Poomse Koryo symbolizes seonbae which means a learned man, who is characterized by a strong martial spirit as well as a righteous spirit. For the 7th Dan. The line of movements is the Chinese character for ten, symbolizing the ten creatures of long life and the infinity of the decimal system.
Pyongwon is based on the idea of peace and struggle resulted from the principles of origin and use. Poomse Koryo Poomse Koryo symbolizes seonbae which means a learned man, who is characterized by a strong martial spirit as well as a righteous spirit. The word sipjin is derived from the principle of longevity which maintains there are ten creatures of long life: This poomse symbolizes the longevity humans derive from these everlasting elements of nature. The line of movements symbolizes the Buddhist mark which means a state of perfect selflessness where origin, substance and service come into congruity.
Taebaek symbolizes the sacred and humanitarian ruling spirit of Tangun. Poomse Sipjin The word sipjin is derived from the principle of longevity which maintains there are ten creatures of long life: The line of movements symbolizes the origin and transformation of the plain.
Poomse Ilyeo represents the harmonization of body and spirit, which is the culmination of martial arts practice. For the 6th Dan. Turtle Press Turtle Press is a leading producer of books and videos for martial arts students and instructors as well as law enforcement personnel and those interested in self-defense and personal protection.
Han Soo means water which is the source of sustenance and growth for all life. The line of movements symbolizes a man descending to Earth from the heavens, being empowered by the heavens and attaining oneness blafk the Earthly world body and the heavenly world mind. The line of movements symbolizes the Chinese character for water.
A man on the Earth represents the struggle of humanity.
For the 2nd dan. The choonbi-sugi ready stance is tongmilgi which promotes concentration by placing the hands between the upper and lower abdomen, the center of ki in the body.
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Poomse Han Soo Han Soo means water which is the source of sustenance and growth for all life. Keumgang, meaning diamond, is symbolized by hardness. Pooms the 1st dan. For the 3rd Dan. The line of movement symbolizes a man standing on the Earth preparing to spring up toward the heaven.
The line of movements symbolizes the Chinese character for a word meaning the bridge between heaven and Earth. Turtle Press is a leading producer of books and videos for martial arts students balck instructors as well as law enforcement personnel and those interested in self-defense blsck personal protection. Ilyeo symbolizes the thoughts of the great monk Wonhyo of the Silla Dynasty. The nature of water, characterized by unbreakability and flexibility, is the basis for this poomse.
The movements of the poomse should be performed powerfully and with poose balance to demonstrate the dignity of the Keumgang spirit. For the 4th Dan. Mount Keumgang, which is regarded as the center of the national spirit and the origin of Keumgang Yoksa warrior named by Buddha who represents the mightiest warrior, is the spiritual foundation of this form. The movement line of Koryo represents the Chinese character for seonbae or seonbi, which means a learned man or a man of virtue in Korean.