By Hua-Ching Ni & Mao Shing Ni with Joseph Miller, Ph.D
There are many styles of Tai Chi available today, but most of them focus on one aspect of its original
purpose, usually the martial art or the health perspective, while the spiritual aspect is forgotten.
This book presents Tai Chi as a powerful tool for cultivating the spirit, as well as the mind and body.
This book intends to introduce Tai Chi as it was originally envisioned and practiced thousands of years
ago by the Masters of Tao—as a tool for self-cultivation of the integration of mind, body and spirit.
Readers will also be able to learn from the clear and concise photos and illustrations in the book to
become proficient in the 18-Step Short Form and 28-Step Intermediate Form of Harmony Tai Chi.
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