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Tai Chi 108 Forms (Tai Chi and Chi Gun Book 9) Steve Brown

Tai Chi 108 Forms (Tai Chi and Chi Gun Book 9)

Steve Brown

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Tai Chi 108 Form set of techniques is a traditional form of the Yang family Tai Chi. It presents the style almost exactly as it was originally introduced by Yang Lu Chan. If you are looking for the spirit of the Yang style, you need to learn it.MoreTai Chi 108 Form set of techniques is a traditional form of the Yang family Tai Chi. It presents the style almost exactly as it was originally introduced by Yang Lu Chan. If you are looking for the spirit of the Yang style, you need to learn it.The Tai Chi 108 Form is the third (among Tai Chi 24 Form, Tai Chi 40 Form and Tai Chi 108 Form), the longest one. If you are already familiar with the 40 forms, learning 108 is just the matter of remembering the order of already familiar techniques. However, the overall feeling is quite different, some people may say that the 40 forms is better for them, and some prefer Tai Chi 108 Form.Note, that This form (as well as two shotter ones) is both meditation and martial. In terms of martial applications, you will find the Tai Chi 108 Form quite similar to Tai Chi 40 Form, however thare are some important differences, that makes it richer. As for the meditation aspect, you will find it very poverfull, both because of the way techniques are arranged, one after another, and because it simply is the longest one.* * *Tai Chi (Tai Tzi) means the great limit. Tsuan means fist. The fist of the great limit. The limit is a metaphor here, as many other things in Chinese philosophy, there is no limit, but only our quest for it.