Vol. 14, No. 1: Spring 2004 (online Digital edition)
Features: Cultivating the Body's Information System & Experiencing Meridians through Qigong Practice; An Introduction to Chinese Herbal Medicine: The Roots of Health; Why is it called Taijiquan & How to Differentiate and Recognize the Real Taijiquan; Tuina as a Rehabitative Therapy for Paralysis (Wind Stroke).
Departments: Feng Shui and Heaven, Man & Earth Luck; Chinese Cricket culture; Western Reductionism in Taijiquan, Qigong, and TCM; Technique to Promote Meditation; Amplified Qi Flow in Taijiquan/Gong Fu; Health through Tao Shaatsu's Ki Doin.
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