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Book 19 - Tai Chi

Book 19 - Tai Chi

Wind (BaguaZhang) & Water (Tai Chi) = Fire (Qigong) or in Taoist Inner Alchemy, Kan & Li – an exercise and meditation (sitting, standing and moving exercises) process that promotes the release of mental stress while warming and strengthening the internal organs. This is a known practice to achieve better health, longevity and cultivation of higher levels of consciousness.

Table of Contents:
Welcome page 4
Personal Accountability 5
What Path Are You On? 6
Options to Manage Pain 7
Address the Root Cause of Pain & Illness 8
What is Qi, Tai Chi, Qigong, BaguaZhang? 9
Kan & Li (water & fire) 10
Energy Meridians 11
Key Concepts 12
Breathing Deeply 13
Exercise Intensity 14
Breathing Frequency 15
Parasympathetic Nervous System 16
Benefits of Tai Chi Practice 17
Tai Chi
Introduction to Tai Chi 20
Tai Chi, Qigong & the Fascial Trains 21
5 Root Powers 22
8 Expressions 23
Linking Set 24
10 Essential Principles 25
Silk Reeling Exercises 26
Lineages for Tai Chi 28
Benefits to Deep Breathing Practices 29
About the Author 30