Tai Chi Chuan and the Code of Life Book

Tai Chi Chuan & The Code of Life for Both East & West details how to build chi, circulate and store it. In order to understand the energetic method of Tai Chi & Chi Kung, Graham Horwood has highlighted parallels from its source, The I Ching and the archetypal principles from both Eastern & Western philosophy and medicine. The text and diagrams show the synergy between the different cultures, yet show how they are all linked. This enables the beginner or the experienced Tai Chi practitioner to improve their understanding of Tai Chi. This will strengthen both the mind and body opening the gateway to the inner person.

Plus an exclusive set of Chi Kung Exercises which will augment the building, circulation and storage of chi for the healer and martial practitioner. These are accompanied by an explanation of where chi comes from and the its application for the mind and body as well as the flow in the meridians.

Key to Health is a  comprehensive guide on maintaining good health and curing disease by incorporating the ancient Chinese wisdom of the Yin and Yang Principles into a modern western diet. In this book the author explains how to adopt this Yin Yang theme for everyday use, with everyday foods. The author has been teaching, healing and practicing these methods successfully, since 1968.

Everything is beholden to the universal law of opposites as the world is made up of ordered opposite tendencies such as hot-cold, push-pull, young-old, tall-short, rich-poor neutron-electron, inner-outer. These opposites happen at every level from the formation of a galaxy right down to the atom. A group of sages in ancient China, called Taoists, adopted this law of opposites into their philosophy, science and medicine. They discovered that their Universe was made of a life force which in its expanding phase was called ‘Yang’ and when it reached its limit it changed into a contracting force, entitled  ‘Yin’.

Chinese doctors have been applying the Yin Yang methodology in remedies and curing disease, successfully for 5,000 years.

The author with show you clearly how to harmonise the internal energy of the body with diet, herbs and exercise. This book is the original subject matter resource to learn extensively how to incorporate these Yin Yang methods into your Western life and diet.

The book also lays out an easy to follow reference guide on how to use these Yin Yang methods to help cure the following:

Anaemia, Allergies (Asthma & Hay Fever),  Athlete’s Foot, Aches & Pains, Back & Neck Pain, High Blood Pressure, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, High Cholesterol, Circulation Problems, Cellulite, Colds, Flu, Bronchitis, Cold Sores, Cystitis, Diabetes, Mellitus/Insipidus, Detoxing Naturally, Digestive Complaints (Ulcers etc.), Heart Trouble, Hormone Imbalance, Insomnia, Depression, Immune Function Deficiencies, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Menstrual Complaints, Menopause, Migraines & Headaches, Pulled Muscles & Tendon Damage, Rheumatism & Arthritis, SkinTrouble, Acne, Eczema, Stress, Syncope, Dizziness, Sterility, Infertility, Weight Control.

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Tai Chi Chuan and the Code of Life Book

Tai Chi Chuan & The Code of Life for Both East & West details how to build chi, circulate and store it. In order to understand the energetic method of Tai Chi & Chi Kung, Graham Horwood has highlighted parallels from its source, The I Ching and the archetypal principles from both Eastern & Western philosophy and medicine. The text and diagrams show the synergy between the different cultures, yet show how they are all linked. This enables the beginner or the experienced Tai Chi practitioner to improve their understanding of Tai Chi. This will strengthen both the mind and body opening the gateway to the inner person.

Plus an exclusive set of Chi Kung Exercises which will augment the building, circulation and storage of chi for the healer and martial practitioner. These are accompanied by an explanation of where chi comes from and the its application for the mind and body as well as the flow in the meridians.

Key to Health is a comprehensive guide on how to maintain or retain good health by balancing lifestyle relative to personality, gender and environment. So if the body is left alone, it will always try to heal itself, naturally. Here Graham Horwood lays out a classic, yet simple way to cover this. One major mainstay of health is food, but what type and how much? There are any number of suggested diets, peddled in all the media sources, books and on television by a variety of so called experts, nevertheless always changing and different. Whereas if you can harmonise the energy potential of food, one is free to judge what to do. Modern society and travel mean that we have lost or discarded many of our traditional and wholesome diets which were built up by trial and error over the centuries.

The simple, yet effective, method in Key to Health is self empowerment. This knowledge replaces habitual eating with informed choice. Therefore, delicious food can become a healing tool in itself. In 1985 one in forty people were destined to contract cancer. At the beginning of the 21st Century, one in three Westerners are threatened, yet in China it is still one in one hundred thousand. What is wrong? The answer is lifestyle, which Key to Health shows how to balance naturally. If knowledge is power, then self knowledge is freedom.

These simple principles, explained here in detail, have been tried and tested successfully for at least five thousand years, first cited in the Yellow Emperor’s Treatise on Internal Medicine. Also featuring an A-Z of health complaints with cures, using natural healing as well as a complete section of fortifying Breathing Exercises – Chi Kungs. These help balance and store up a surplus reserve of internal energy – Chi – in order to assist the healing process as well as relieving stress.