Therapeutic Power of Qigong & Tai Chi

How Tai Chi and Qi Gong Work in the Human Healing In the Chinese healing system, your mind and your body should not be separated. Your body can affect your mind, and your mind can affect your body. Your energy pathways that go through your body also go through your brain and affect all parts…

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What is Tai Chi

Tai in Chinese means “bigger than big.” Chi is not actually the correct word. The correct word should be ji. Ji means extreme. The correct combination for Tai Chi in Chinese is tai ji chuan. Chuan is “boxing” or “fist”. Altogether, it means grand force boxing, and Tai Chi certainly has its martial aspect. In…

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Jet Li and Tai Chi

Jet Li and Tai Chi

I enjoy watching Jet Li’s martial arts performances in his movies. His fighting skills are remarkable. He studied Tai Chi from China’s highly respected Grand Master Feng Zhi Qiang, who was also my mentor. There is true value in Tai Chi as a martial art. Some people (both Chinese and American) complain that Tai Chi…

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Why I wrote My Book True Brain Fitness

Over the last two decades, I have treated a wide range of diseases along with their underlying conditions in order to assist my patients heal. As a healer, I have realized in order to help others in a responsible and productive manner, I need to enhance my brain health. When I was looking for advice…

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