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Vol. 8, No. 1: Spring 1998

 

Spring 1998, 64 pages. Features: A Report From The Pacific Symposium by Charles Yarborough; Why Are Most Published Works On Qigong So Poor? by Kenneth Cohen, MA; The Water Element: It's Not What It Used To Be by Rachel Albert-Matesz; Qigong Primer by Terence Pang-Yen Dunn; Second World Congress on Qigong (a report). Departments: Feng Shui Q&A by Jenny Liu; Taiji in the Heartland by Robert Olson; Yin Yang Medical Qigong (movements 6-11) by Jiang Jianye; Simplified Taijiquan by Art Banta; Cosmic Breath of the Dragon: Feng Shui for Total Health by Jeff Nagel, MA. L.Ac; Putting Wings on the Heart: Nurturing the Spirit with Chinese Tonic Herbs by Roger Drummer  Suggested Retail Price: $ 5.00

 

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Vol. 8, No. 1: Spring 1998  Insight Publishing

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