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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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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What Are Meridians in Traditional Chinese Medicine


Meridians, or channels, are energy pathways that carry Qi, Blood, Jing and body fluids around the body. In ancient Chinese history, the discovery of meridians was related to the external injury. The injury in the external body caused internal healing. This phenomenon was the beginning of the meridian system. Western scientists have found that meridians are…

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Tai Chi Mentality: The Five Mental Requirements for Practicing Tai Chi

tai chi mentality

What is Tai Chi mentality? It refers to the right mindset you need in order to practice Tai Chi well.  There are a few mental requirements for a student of Tai Chi: Full concentration: When you are ready to practice Ta Chi Chuan, a full concentration is required. Leave everything behind, detach from all things, and cherish…

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