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The Taijiquan & Qi Gong Dictionary Paperback – April 29, 2017
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Angelika Fritz started practicing Taijiquan and Qi Gong more than a decade ago. She shares her knowledge, enthusiasm, and motivation on her blog Qialance.
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That is the definition from the book above. I have heard the Yin Yang symbol called the Tai Chi symbol as well, and the above definition of Tai Chi gives you a deep look into Taoist and Tai Chi philosophy ... not just the literal translation from Chinese. The Yin Yang symbol's non-duality is a profound part of Tai Chi, and this book's above definition is profound and accurate. I asked my wife, Angela Wong Douglas, just to make sure :-)
I recommend this book as a MUST for every Tai Chi and Qigong enthusiast on the planet, with this book you'll be able to comprehend every Tai Chi and Qigong article you will ever read, and would be a great tool to bring to seminars and symposiums so that when teachers or masters use a term we aren't familiar with, we can quickly look it up.
Bill Douglas, Founder of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day
2009 Inductee to the World Internal Arts Hall of Fame in New York
Author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to T'ai Chi & Qigong" (4th edition)
Author of "The Tao of Tai Chi: The Making of a New Science"