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I am very glad that I chose this as one of my first books to read on this subject.
I was introduced to the practice of chi gung through the writings of Daniel Reid--this book and another on traditional Chinese medicine.
This is a book that I enjoy reading over and over again and I recommend it to friends and students alike.
A very good book. Well researched and written.
Daniel Reid obviously knows his subject. Clear instructions on the practice of Chi Gung and a comprehensive history of the... Read more
Having only begun practicing Chi-Gung and enrolling in an instructor's course, this book was on our reading list. Read morePublished 5 months ago by mary collis
This book is necessary for anyone who want to understand Qigong. We'll written and with lots of great information this book will be a keeper for me.Published 7 months ago by Woman7
I am writing a review for this book because currently there are only 12 reviews and in my opinion there should be hundreds of positive reviews. This book is a gem in my opinion. Read morePublished 12 months ago by ken
It was very useful in going beyond just doing the movements of chi gung.
The best book so far that I have come across.
If you do not trust "complete guides", try this book. The title is right. You may not need to buy any other book on taoism and chi-gung for years. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jiri Vaclavicek
Iam always looking for alternatives to Western Medicine. This book is a wealth of information and provides a very detailed look at techniques that can provide one with many health... Read morePublished on December 16, 2010 by Warwick
After being so inspired by the Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, by Daniel Reid I ordered this. His explaination of this ancient way of life is so doable and truely "THE WAY". Read morePublished on December 6, 2009 by Patricia D. Farrell
I am a little under half way done with this book, and am very impressed with the quality of information and the construction of the work. Read morePublished on August 20, 2009 by Christopher James Friesen