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Tai Chi Demystified

6 Must-Have Concepts to Make Tai Chi Internal
By: H.D. Ken
Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
Length: 47 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Publisher's Summary

Tai Chi is a mystical art that promises martial power, as well as good health. But sometimes, it is just too abstract to know if we are doing it correctly. This book is for practitioners who wish to get on the right track.

Here's what you can expect to find in the book:

  • What Tai Chi is in simple terms
  • How to make Tai Chi internal without the complex Chinese philospohical theories
  • How to improve Tai Chi
  • Qi in Tai Chi
  • What does it mean to be "soft" or "relax"
  • Why Tai Chi is done slowly
  • Purpose of the stationary form 

This book aims to explain Tai Chi with no abstract concepts, scientific concepts, and even styles-specific concepts. 

Just simple daily life analogies to help practitioners understand what internal Tai Chi is all about and how to achieve it.

A must-have for anyone who just wants a clear and straightforward understanding on what Tai Chi is.

©2018 H.D. Ken (P)2019 H.D. Ken

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It’s good, but....

The voice sounded like a robot and made it hard to pay attention. Also I want to know who this guy is, I really like the way he looks at the art but all I can find are the few books he has written.

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Good Content:Poor Sound Quality

Very good content, but the audio book was hard to listen to because the reader read in a robotic rhythm/tone.

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