The international workshop in Edinburgh, 18-22 April 2018, has been hearing how Taoist Tai Chi is not about the 108 moves of our tai chi set. So what’s it all about?
Well, we’ve done lots of tai chi, of course.
We’ve prepared and eaten delicious meals.
We’ve caught up with friends, old and new.
From early morning to late at night we’ve stood in quiet contemplation, and learned from watching each other practice.
We’ve chanted the Ten Thousand Buddhas Sutra.
And yet this still doesn’t really convey the feeling we get when we expand and contract, when we coil and stretch, when we shift our weight slowly, when we learn more about the workings of our own bodies and minds through focused practice.
All this and more, in the Taoist Tai Chi® arts that Master Moy passed on to us.
To relieve suffering; to be available to all; to improve health; to help others; to exchange cultures — available at classes worldwide. See www.taoist.org.
And this workshop is only halfway through.