Tai Chi for Longevity With Polynesian & Alsharqi Techniques

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9780965143851: Tai Chi for Longevity With Polynesian & Alsharqi Techniques

How to; self-actualization; self-help; health & fitness instructions; non fiction.

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About the Author:

Angelie Bliss, Ms.D. (Doctor of Metaphysics), is a business woman; poet; artist; traveler; accountant; bookkeeper; computer operator; professional Polynesian and Middle Eastern dancer; trilingual; teacher; Tai Chi and Yoga practitioner; radio amateur operator; housewife and mother of two children.


TAI CHI IS JUST A WORD - Tai Chi is a Chinese word that is now popular in most all of the countries. Tai Chi is a Chinese method of exercise for the mind, body, and spirit. Tai (pronounced as Tie) means body and Chi (pronounced as Chee) is a Chinese word for internal life force.

TAI CHI PRACTICE - Constant practice of giving myself the time of peacefulness in my mind had taught me how to balance the energy circulation within my body. It helped me become mentally focused and relaxed. It teaches me how to balance what is separated. I have learned to unite my mind, body, and spirit. It led me to the path of understanding the "Single Divine Principle" and its hidden secrets.

TAI CHI, POLYNESIAN, ALSHARQI - These three are not totally different from each other as their principles are the same. These three are One as they practice the same principle, the "Single Divine Principle". The practice of uniting the body, mind, and spirit.

TAI.......as for Body.
POLY.......as for Many.
ALSH.......as for Gentle.
TAI POLYALSH (pronounced as Tie-poly-yash) is the only way to many gentle body movements for longevity and flexibility. -- From the Publisher

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