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== The Chinese Cultural Arts ==
 
== The Chinese Cultural Arts ==
  
Tai Chi Ch’uan — The Supreme Ultimate<br/>
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Tai Chi Ch’uan 太极拳(Pinyin: Tàijí quán) — The Supreme Ultimate<br/>
K’ai Men — Taoist Yoga (Chi Kung)<br/>
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K’ai Men 开门 (Pinyin: Kāimén) — Taoist Yoga (Chi Kung)<br/>
I Fu Shou — Sticky or Adhering Hands<br/>
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I Fu Shou 意附手(Pinyin: Yì fù shǒu)— Sticky or Adhering Hands<br/>
Li Kung — Taoist development of Li energy<br/>
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Li Kung 力功 (Pinyin: Lìgōng) — Taoist development of Li energy<br/>
Mo Kun — Taoist Wand — external energy control<br/>
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Mo Kun 魔棍 (Pinyin: Mó gùn) — Taoist Wand — external energy control<br/>
Mo Hsiang — Taoist Meditation<br/>
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Mo Hsiang 魔想 (Pinyin: Móxiǎng) — Taoist Meditation<br/>
  
 
== The Taoist Self-defence Arts ==
 
== The Taoist Self-defence Arts ==
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Chi Shu — Taoist form of Aikido<br/>
 
Chi Shu — Taoist form of Aikido<br/>
 
and all the other forms of the Taoist fighting arts including such weapons as sticks, flails, swords and chopsticks.
 
and all the other forms of the Taoist fighting arts including such weapons as sticks, flails, swords and chopsticks.
 
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Latest revision as of 18:32, 12 March 2014

Taoist arts

'The Eight Strands of the Brocade’

Ch’ang Ming — Taoist Long Life Dietary Health Therapy
Ts’ao Yao — Taoist Herbal Therapy
An Mo — Taoist Massage
Tao Yin — Taoist Respiration Therapy
Tien Chen — Taoist Spot Pressing (Acupressure)
Chili Nung — Ch'i, Li, Vibration and Palm Healing
Chen Tuan — Taoist Diagnosis Techniques

The Chinese Cultural Arts

Tai Chi Ch’uan 太极拳(Pinyin: Tàijí quán) — The Supreme Ultimate
K’ai Men 开门 (Pinyin: Kāimén) — Taoist Yoga (Chi Kung)
I Fu Shou 意附手(Pinyin: Yì fù shǒu)— Sticky or Adhering Hands
Li Kung 力功 (Pinyin: Lìgōng) — Taoist development of Li energy
Mo Kun 魔棍 (Pinyin: Mó gùn) — Taoist Wand — external energy control
Mo Hsiang 魔想 (Pinyin: Móxiǎng) — Taoist Meditation

The Taoist Self-defence Arts

Feng Shou — ‘Hand of the Wind Kung fu, soft and gentle but very fast, and suitable for all age groups.
Chi Shu — Taoist form of Aikido
and all the other forms of the Taoist fighting arts including such weapons as sticks, flails, swords and chopsticks.

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Taoist Ways of Healing - The Chinese Art of Pa Chin Hsien

by Chee Soo

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