On Tai Chi Chuan
On Tai Chi Chuan is a delicious taste of close readings from the very rare book, On Tai Chi Chuan, by T. Y. Pang (1987). This exquisite view of Tai Chi Chuan cannot teach you Tai Chi Chuan. You have to practice Tai Chi Chuan to know Tai Chi Chuan…A Way of No Way. A Way to No Way.
On Tai Chi Chuan, by T. Y. Pang
Understanding is not in a book…even if you really look. Understanding is not in a course… even if you lecture until you’re hoarse. Understanding is not in a test… even if you think you’re blessed.
Understanding naturally flows into wisdom from resting in the pure awareness of peace, love and joy. From resting in the pure awareness of; optimal mental mental health, loving kindness and compassion, being at peace, and living a healthy, happy life in harmony with life’s natural order.
Natural experience is the repeated practice of intentionally letting go, in the present moment, through resting in pure awareness. Natural experience opens your connection with understanding and wisdom as it naturally comes and goes in the give and take of the river of life. Be a river.
Resting in the mind is not something that Tai Chi does for you; it is something each and everyone can do for himself or herself through Tai Chi Chuan.On Tai Chi Chuan, by T. Y. Pang