2019-08-13T16:17:55-08:00

Justin Stone Speaks on T’ai Chi Chih – Track 6

Originator Justin Stone speaks on T'ai Chi Chih, answering audience questions. What we do we "mean when we say, 'The emotions condition the Chi'? 'Aren’t they the normal motions?' she asks. The great Chinese Zen Master Yuan Man answers this question for us. He says, 'The universe is so expansive, why does the sound of [...]

2019-08-13T16:19:24-08:00

Justin Stone Speaks on T’ai Chi Chih – Track 5

Originator Justin Stone speaks on T'ai Chi Chih. On this track Justin answers more questions from the audience. "'What is the Karma I hear so much about?' The Sanskrit word Karma means action, but we generally use it in the sense of the fruits of Karma, the results of action. When we say, 'As you [...]

2019-08-13T16:20:23-08:00

Justin Stone Speaks on T’ai Chi Chih – Track 4

Originator Justin Stone speaks on T'ai Chi Chih. On this track Justin answers questions from the audience. "'Why it’s necessary to keep the concentration in the soles of the feet while doing T’ai Chi Chih?' Actually there are three reasons. First, having a point of concentration keeps the mind from wandering and from having extraneous [...]

2019-08-13T16:10:46-08:00

Justin Stone Speaks on T’ai Chi Chih – Track 3

Originator Justin Stone speaks on T'ai Chi Chih: "So closely is this Chi identified with breath, though it is not the same, that the Chinese use an identical term for the two of them. And how basic is the power of this Chi, which T’ai Chi Chih teaches us how to use? ..." Buy this [...]

2019-08-13T16:10:59-08:00

Justin Stone Speaks on T’ai Chi Chih – Track 2

Originator Justin Stone speaks on T'ai Chi Chih: "On the contrary T’ai Chi Chih or Joy Thru Movement seems to bring results almost instantly. The very first time it was taught in New Mexico in 1947 [he most likely means 1974] a Catholic priest regained his sense of smell in the first session. I admit [...]

2019-08-13T16:09:47-08:00

Justin Stone Speaks on T’ai Chi Chih – Track 1

Originator Justin Stone speaks on T'ai Chi Chih: "A Chinese monk once said, 'When the mind is transparent and pure as if reflected on the mirror-like surface of the water there is nothing in the world you would dislike. When it is serene as the light breeze in the sunshine there will be no one [...]