Taijiquan Theory Of Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming - Yang Jwing Ming - Book
In the last seven centuries, many songs and poems have been composed about Taijiquan. These have played a major role in preserving the knowledge and wisdom
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In the last seven centuries, many songs and poems have been composed about Taijiquan. These have played a major role in preserving the knowledge and wisdom of the masters, although in many cases, the identity of the authors and the dates of origin have been lost. For the last twenty years, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming has translated many of these documents and according to him, he believes numerous are incomplete for reasons relating to: forgotten oral secrets, authors personal understandings narrowly focused and many documents are missing. This book is an attempt to join together the various theories on Taijiquan in one complete text. It is structured with songs and poems, followed by the original Chinese text and any interpretation of the passage. The theory discussed is very deep and clear. With regard to the scientifically minded practitioners, this book can be a complete guide for their comprehension. And the quality of its structuring is a rarity in Taiji literature.
Yang Jwing ming
Yang, Jwing-Ming Ph.D., is a renowned author and teacher of Chinese martial arts and Qigong. Born in Taiwan, he has trained and taught Taijiquan, Qigong and Chinese martial arts for over forty-five years. He is the author of over thirty books, and was elected by Inside Kung Fu magazine as one of the people who has
''made the greatest impact on martial arts in the past 100 years.''
PART I. GENERAL CONCEPTS OF TAIJIQUAN (14 chapters) PART II. ABOUT REGULATING THE BODY (3 chapters) PART III. ABOUT REGULATING THE BREATHING (4 chapters) PART IV. ABOUT REGULATING THE EMOTIONAL MIND (4 chapters) PART V. ABOUT REGULATING THE QI (4 chapters) PART VI. ABOUT REGULATING THE SPIRIT (5 chapters) PART VII. ABOUT JIN (8 chapters) PART VIII. ABOUT PUSHING HANDS (8 chapters PART IX. ABOUT SPARRING (13 chapters) PART X. CONCLUSION (2 chapters)