Tʻai Chi Chi Kung: Fifteen Ways to a Happier You
Peter Chin Kean Choy has been teaching sold-out T'ai Chi classes for over twenty years, helping thousands of people apply an understanding of nature to the maintenance of health and the cure of illness. His unique approach -- a combination of T'ai Chi and Chi Kung (which means study of chi energy) based on the Tao of color -- has continually brought new dynamism and vigor to the lives of his students. Now, through the fifteen fundamental exercises in his book, he shows how to easily harness the chi (or intrinsic energy) of life, even in the simplest of daily activities.
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Third TaiChi ExercisePrinciple How to let go of selfcriticism and accept
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