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The Journey

The Journey

In the early fall I noticed a delicate pink lily was peeking out of a potentilla bush. I realized that the lily had embarked on a difficult journey to reach the light,  persevering through dense foliage. With commitment and time, it succeeded.  That lily prompted me to reflect on my own journey on the path […]
The Key

The Key

Being stuck in a traffic jam, witnessing an animated conversation, waiting in a long line are some situations that have long exasperated me. Now I take advantage of these opportunities to cultivate my compassion, my patience, and my sensitivity. I am learning to be mindful of my own reactions and those of others. I appreciate […]
Family 

Family 

Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism™ means family to me. Meeting with such a large family every week for the last two years has kept me at ease on these difficult days. This strong bond has a big impact on my feeling of well-being. – Kadriye
Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Alzheimer’s disease involves a loss of memory, and of other aspects of cognitive functioning.  Frequently, emotional well-being is also affected.  These changes are profoundly life changing both for the person with Alzheimer’s, and for their family. Worldwide, at least 44 million people are living with some form of dementia.  Regular physical activity and social interaction enable […]
Bowl of soup

Bowl of soup

I think of Taoist Tai Chi® practice like eating a bowl of soup. It literally nourishes my body. I sometimes see it as eating a good meal with friends. I feel well fed and relaxed.  ~Stefan
Saturday Virtual Practice

Saturday Virtual Practice

The Saturday Taoist Tai Chi® arts virtual sessions have been instrumental in deepening my understanding of the organization, his teachings, and my own personal practice. Through these sessions and my practice I have come to realize my training not only contributes to my physical well-being, but is relevant to everything in my daily life, allowing me to […]
Voor altijd jong

Voor altijd jong

Ik ben 89 jaar oud. Master Moy’s leringen van de Tao zijn voor mij een bewegende meditatie die me alles geeft wat ik nodig heb om me goed te voelen en ik kan dit zelf doen! Ik vind het fijn dat ik bij het oefenen van  bewegingen (het openen van de borstkas en het strekken […]
Een beoefening voor het leven

Een beoefening voor het leven

Alle generaties profiteren van de leeftijdsvriendelijke activiteiten van het Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism. Senioren leveren een belangrijke bijdrage aan onze gemeenschap door het vinden van vernieuwing, vreugde, groei en verbinding.  Bezig zijn met Taoist Tai Chi® arts leidt tot een gevoel van innerlijke stilte die in balans is met een naar buiten gerichte expansie. Ongeacht […]
Finding Harmony 3

Finding Harmony 3

Liseth W. of our Costa Rica affiliate brushes knees at Manuel Antonio Beach on the Central Pacific Coast in Costa Rica. Please send images of your self practice—ideally with a local landmark or other indication of your location —along with your name, branch, location, and permission to publish to blog.usa@taoist.org. We cannot guarantee publication, but […]
Artritis bewustzijn

Artritis bewustzijn

Mijn artritis wordt spondylitis ankylopoetica genoemd en heeft invloed op mijn wervelkolom. Wanneer de ontsteking optreedt, is het erg pijnlijk. Ik beoefen Taoist Tai Chi® arts al sinds ik voor het eerst werd gediagnosticeerd, en dat is wat ik meestal ga doen om de pijn te beheersen. Het houdt me in beweging. En als ik […]
Houding

Houding

Wanneer ik aan het koken ben pas ik de principes toe die worden geleerd in de Taoist Tai Chi® beoefening. Ik houd mijn houding uitgelijnd, waardoor mijn borstkas zich kan openen en mijn schouders zich kunnen ontspannen. Dit simpele detail laat mijn rugpijn verdwijnen. ~Christine
Finding Harmony 2

Finding Harmony 2

“Wherever you are, you can find a danyu bar.” – Rich P. of Dunedin, FL, doing assisted danyus at Lobster Buoy campsite in South Thomaston, Maine Please send images of your self practice—ideally with a local landmark or other indication of your location —along with your name, branch, location, and permission to publish to blog.usa@taoist.org. We […]
Finding Harmony

Finding Harmony

Brendan F. of Buffalo, NY, takes Taoist Tai Chi® arts to new heights at the Grand Canyon.  Please send images of your self practice—ideally with a local landmark or other indication of your location —along with your name, branch, location, and permission to publish to blog.usa@taoist.org. We cannot guarantee publication, but we will try our […]
Increased Energy

Increased Energy

I take prescription medication that suppresses central nervous system activity, making it hard for me to get up in the morning. In BC, the online chanting and Board of Directors discussions take place on Saturday mornings at 6:30 am. When the suspension of in-person activities happened, I was excited to have the opportunity to chant […]
Working in Harmony

Working in Harmony

“When I’m playing, everything is working in harmony. Mind, body, music. Harmony and dissonance are so important in music. Taoist Tai Chi® practice has enriched my idea of harmony and everything working together. I can feel when it’s all coming together.” ~Oren, NYC  
My asthma with the practice of Taoist Tai Chi<sup>®</sup> arts

My asthma with the practice of Taoist Tai Chi® arts

I was very young when I started suffering from allergic asthma, particularly severe during spring. So, it is years that I need to check the Oxygen blood saturation (pO2) regularly, with an oxymeter: until recently, I have been finding it around 90/92 %, which doctors found acceptable.  With the practice of Taoist Tai Chi® arts […]
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