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T'AI CHI MAGAZINE June 2005
 

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June 2005 - Table of Contents

Vol. 29, No. 4

Ethics and Virtues In Chen Style
Cheng Jincai of Houston, TX, who learned Chen style in Chen Village, Henan Province, describes the value of proper behavior for students in Chen style. Page 14

Wudang Sword Applications - Past And Present
Qian Timing reveals more about the Wudang sword training and lineage of his system in an article written by Chang Wu Na. Page 20

The Development of Dong Yue Style
Kevin Zhenkang Sun writes about the development of the Dong Yue style by Profs. Men Huifeng and Kan Guixiang. Page 30

Shanxi Xingyi's Horse Form
Jake Burroughs writes about the features and applications of this Xingyi form. Page 38

T'ai Chi As a Way to Help People with AIDS And Substance Abuse
Nicola Briggs writes about using T'ai Chi to help patients in a study in New York. She also tells about her presentation of her study results at an AIDS conference in Bangkok, Thailand. Page 42

Yin and Yang in T'ai Chi Movement
Fei Wang examines how Yin and Yang are applied to movements. Page 52

T'ai Chi in the Saddle
George Jepson applies T'ai Chi principles to a new found hobby of working with a horse. Page 5

T'ai Chi as a Mirror Of Life
Pam Burris write about her experience learning and practicing T'ai Chi. Page 8

Her Yue Wong on Use of Mind
A reprint of a June 1992 article gives Her Yue Wong's insight into applying mind to T'ai Chi practice. Page 49

T'AI CHI NOTES  Page 58
T'AI CHI RESOURCES Page 64

 
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