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Old 19-04-2020, 05:57 PM
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Tai Chi is a Martial Art, Qigong is a Healing Art and are separate. I am not referring to the Western idea and modern Styles which have been invented, I am referring to original Teachings which are thousands of years old.

Chi kung is not a martial art, but there are types of chi kung which are specifically for martial artists, to become stronger, more psychic, move faster, and to cultivate chi power and for what I call Jedi abilities.

You should read my introduction in the welcome section.
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Old 11-05-2020, 05:59 AM
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I think Tai Chi is the most interesting form of exercise I've ever done. Well it's been a while so I need to take it up again. This thread has reminded me. Thanks.
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Old 12-05-2020, 11:29 PM
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I think Tai Chi is the most interesting form of exercise I've ever done. Well it's been a while so I need to take it up again. This thread has reminded me. Thanks.

Tai chi, is a better for health than a lot of the chi kung that you will find available to the public. That is, if you learn it in the traditional way from a real adept or master. The dumbed down versions can be lacking a lot of the essence of tai chi.

A good way to find something more authentic is to look for Chen tai chi, which has not been *******ized (Westernized) like Yang style has. Yang style, from a real master, is good though.
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