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  • This elegantly designed and produced art book features exceptional color reproductions of 40 original modern art paintings. Each is paired with illuminating commentary. This extraordinary monograph also features an insightful essay on Stone’s work and a decade-by-decade biography of the artist.

    Printed in Belgium; published by Bindu Press & Studio.

    72 pages | 40 illustrations | 9”x 12” | paperback

    See all the paintings here.

  • Produced by KNME-TV (a PBS affiliate in Albuquerque, New Mexico), this insightful 66-minute DVD includes interviews between Justin Stone and accredited instructor Carmen Brocklehurst. Presented in a question-and-answer format, the compilation is drawn from the popular, long-running 13-part television series T’ai Chi Chih: Joy Thru Movement. Essential for students wishing to go as deeply as possible with their practice, the DVD features Justin Stone’s philosophy behind this form.

    Justin talks about:

    • The importance of softness in TCC practice

    • Moving with roundness, softness, and continuity

    • Developing Chi or Prana

    • The essence of TCC — inner sincerity

    Yin-Yang

    • TCC for weight control

    • The effects of TCC practice: Lives change

    Seijaku — Stillness in the midst of activity

    • The power of Chi and its effects

    • TCC teachers

  • Based on the author’s experiences and outlooks about sacred life in the East, this packed volume contains Stone’s unique views on Chinese Taoism and Indian Buddhism. Stone relates compelling personal incidents from his life and writes thoughtful essays on “The Human Condition” and “Joy is Man’s Heritage.” It serves as a perfect companion to Abandon Hope and features pyramid poetry as well as artwork and writings by Ou Mie Shu.

    Look inside this book => Read the Foreword to Climb the Joyous Mountain.
  • This fine art poster (19 1/2” x 22 1/2”) was produced from an original watercolor painting on rice paper by Justin Stone. Sure to inspire you on a daily basis, the extraordinarily faithful color reproduction is emblazoned with the non-sentiment: to search for what cannot be found to find what cannot be seen  to throw away what has been won this is the essence of zen.
  • Beginning in India and ending in Japan, Stone takes readers on a whirlwind tour of Eastern systems of thought and practice. Transcribed and edited from a series of lectures, this endeavor integrates Stone’s book knowledge with his experiential knowledge. Readers may use this framework for deeper study into the various Buddhist practices that Stone introduces, including the six Darshanas of India, Kashmir Shaivism, Shinto, and New Japanese Religions. It also includes an extensive bibliography culled from Stone’s library.

    Look inside this book => Read the Foreword and Introduction to Gateway to Eastern Philosophy & Religion.
  • Seijaku

    $79.95

    Seijaku, which translates as “stillness in the midst of activity,” is an advanced and powerful form of the T’ai Chi Chih discipline.

    Many students believe they do not understand the vital principles of softness (so intrinsic to T’ai Chi Chih) until they practice Seijaku, which involves holding fast and letting go. This 50-minute presentation includes instruction and insights by its originator, Justin Stone, and is quite useful for beginning Seijaku students as well as those already familiar with Seijaku. Many students integrate Seijaku movements into their regular T’ai Chi Chih practice to greatly enhance the flow of chi.

    With five easy-to-navigate chapters:

    • Intro and Preliminary Breaths

    • Rocking Motion through Pulling in the Energy

    • Pulling Taffy through Cosmic Consciousness Pose

    • Complete Review Session

    • The Jing and Concluding Remarks

  • Ideal for T'ai Chi Chih practice, this gentle music is found on the practice segment of the Justin's instructional DVD. The music is also fitting for quiet listening and other activities that encourage calmness. Listen to track 1 of Music for T'ai Chi Chih Practice and Restful Listening.
  • Beginning in India and ending in Japan, Stone takes readers on a whirlwind tour of Eastern systems of thought and practice. Transcribed and edited from a series of lectures, this endeavor integrates Stone’s book knowledge with his experiential knowledge. Readers may use this framework for deeper study into the various Buddhist practices that Stone introduces, including the six Darshanas of India, Kashmir Shaivism, Shinto, and New Japanese Religions. It also includes an extensive bibliography culled from Stone’s library.

    Look inside this book => Read the Foreword and Introduction to Gateway to Eastern Philosophy & Religion.