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Vol. 7, No. 4: Winter 97-98

 

Winter 1997-98, 64 pages. Features: From Mystery to Science: Revealing the Real Powers of Qigong, interview of Master Tianyou Hao by Cathy Patchen; Qigong Power: "Feel it...Capture it...Use it" by Wen Mei Yu and Deborah K. Anderson; Listening to our Body's Messages by Yu-Cheng Huang; In Praise of Poultry: The Qi of Chicken by Rachel Albert-Matesz. Departments: Feng Shui Q&A by Jenny Liu; Yin Yang Medical Qigong by Jiang Jianye (movements 1-5); Taiji's Role in Physical Fitness by Harvey Kurland; Herbal Limiments for Treating Injuries and for Body Conditioning by Wen-Ching Wu; The Eyes Have it-- The Ancient Tradition of Sclerology by Mark Richardson.  Suggested Retail Price: $ 5.00

 

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Vol. 7, No. 4: Winter 97-98  Insight Publishing

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