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Item #J111

Vol. 11, No. 1: Spring 2001

 

Features: In T'ai Chi, Qigong and Meditation... "Going with the Flow" by Nando Raynolds; Conversation with a Chinese Qigong Master on Receiving & Providing Qi Healing Therapy, by Master Tianyou Hao and Cathy Patchin; Various Styles of Taijiquan: Which One is for Me? by Harold H. Lee; The Scientific Work of Wilhelm Reich: Orgone and Qi by Arthur F. Noll.

 



Item #J112

Vol. 11, No. 2: Summer 2001

 

Features: The Key to Practicing Taijiquan's Skill & Form, by Master Li YaXuan, transl. by Key Sun, Ph.D., edited by LeRoy Clark.; Water Method of Daoist Meditation: Journey To Stillness by B.K. Frantzis; Applying TCM Principles To Western Psychotherapy by Joseph E. Scanion.

 



Item #J113

Vol. 11, No. 3: Autumn 2001

 

Features: Mind Intent & Medical Qigong by Ted J. Cibik; Taiji: A Beginner's Perspective by Ronald S. Palmer; The Dao of Herbs by Ron Teeguarden; Tuina: An Internal Healing Art by Akmal Muwwakkil; The Man, The Matser, The Spirit Boxer: Taijiquan-- Li Ya Xuan, transl. by Key Sun, Ph.D., edited by LeRoy Clark; An Interview with Li Junfeng: From Wushu Glory to Qigong Wholeness (part 1) by Jampa Mackenzie Steward, L.Ac.

 



Item #J114

Vol. 11, No. 4: Winter 2001-2002

 

Features: Q&A: Yang's Taiji Boxing's Secrets by Tian Yingjia & Yao Guoqing; Tonic Herbs That Every Qigong Practitioner Should Know by Ron Teeguarden; Qigong Sounds: Medical Therapy Through Phonation by Steven Kh Aung, MD; From Wushu flory to Qigong Wholeness (part 2) by Jampa Mackenzie Stewart.

 



Item #J121

Vol. 12, No. 1: Spring 2002

 

Features: Daoist Alchemy & Breatharians: 5 Days in a Huashan Cave by Michael Winn; Tonic Herbs that Every Qigong Practitioner Should Know (part 2) by Ron Teeguarden; Teaching Taiji in the Rehab Setting: Challenges & Rewards by John Kovacs, MA; No Wasted Needes by Linda Yerby.

 


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