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Shin Gi Tai

Author : Michael Clarke
ISBN : 9781594392450
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Prepare to have your beliefs challenged about what karate really is. Within these pages, you will discover traditional karate; along the way, perhaps many of your own beliefs about karate will be confronted. You might have a body capable of mastering karate’s physical techniques, but do you have a mind with a level of awareness that is able to grasp the true spirit of karate? For adults only. Regardless of how many people you can defeat in combat, the deeper aim of karate has always been to conquer your own ego, and by doing so, to increase the likelihood of avoiding conflict. When you can control your ego, you have a chance to establish peace in your life—this is the tradition of budo karate. Shin Gi Tai has a literal translation: mind–technique–body. A karate-ka’s mind (shin) must be developed ahead of his technique (gi) if he is to discover a sense of balance within his body (tai). While the mental and physical aspects of karate are daunting and cause many to stop training, if you can just endure the early years—say, the first decade—then there is opportunity for real and lasting benefits. Budo is a concept more often discussed than put into practice. Yet, as part of traditional karate training, it has the capacity to dramatically change lives for the better, but only if you are prepared to move past the obvious and strive to understand the philosophy and the morality of budo. Your life is yours, your karate is yours; accept ownership of both and reap countless rewards.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Women Of War

Author : Alexander Potter
ISBN : 1101498528
Genre : Fiction
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In the real world, many women are still struggling for equality, but science fiction and fantasy provide a stage for the portrayal of women who have come fully into their own. Here, a talented group of writers has taken up the challenge of creating strong, well-rounded female protagonists, more than able to defend themselves and take the helm--whether in space, on distant worlds, in our own future, or in fantasy realms where a civilization's fate hangs in the balance.
Category: Fiction

Sunrise Tai Chi

Author : Ramel Rones
ISBN : 9781594391446
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Each day, millions of people worldwide practice Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan), which has been known for centuries to promote deep relaxation and excellent health, to prevent injuries and illnesses, and to improve martial skills. Tai Chi has steadily become a popular form of mind/body exercise as more and more people in the west discover the rich rewards of living in a holistic way. Tai Chi is a journey through the mind, the body, and the spirit, that can be practiced by everyone. Increasingly, you can see people practicing in the park — moving slowly in a meditative state, or even perfecting their martial arts skills. But what is Tai Chi really? This book clearly introduces the history and underlying principles of Tai Chi Chuan from a modern and unique perspective. For the beginner, this program is a comprehensive introduction to authentic Tai Chi, allowing you to fine-tune your mind/body skills and create balance among them. For the intermediate and advanced, it includes important instructions and refinements, helping you expand your knowledge of the internal arts. In the end, you will understand and experience the ultimate goal of Tai Chi: the harmonizing of the three forces — human, earth, and heaven. • Develop symmetry and balance between strength and flexibility • Loosen and strengthen muscles, tendons, and ligaments • Improve circulation of blood and Qi energy • Learn how to increase bone density • Massage internal organs with gentle movement • Boost your immune system to help heal chronic conditions, including arthritis, osteoporosis, sarcopenia, and cancer • Improve your quality of life and daily physical performance • Tap into the abundant energy of the universe • Learn and improve your martial arts skills • Tai Chi form is used at Tufts School of Medicine for studies of healing arthritis with Tai Chi.
Category: Health & Fitness

Tai Chi Chin Na

Author : Jwing-Ming Yang
ISBN : 9781594393082
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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ForeWord Reviews Indie Fab Award FINALIST - 2014Seize and Control Skills for Tai Chi Chuan Hundreds of chin na grappling techniques are hidden within tai chi movements. You can achieve these seize and control skills by including Tai Chi Chin Na in your training regimen. Here's your chance to take the next step in your tai chi journey Once you have attained proficiency in the bare hand form and have begun pushing hands, you are ready for tai chi chin na. The effective martial skills of traditional tai chi chuan Tai chi chin na will help you include martial art skills in your tai chi training. Chin na, along with punching, kicking, and wrestling, is one of the four categories that are required in a traditional martial arts. This book provides a solid and practical approach to learning tai chi chin na accurately and quickly. You will learn specific techniques that flow from each movement, the proper hand forms to use when striking or pressing cavities, and the locations for targeting cavities on the body. Includes 858 photographs with motion arrows! • General concepts of chin na • Basic chin na theory and training • 51 chin na techniques for peng, lu, ji, and an • 41 chin na techniques for cai, lei, zhou, and kao • 103 chin na applications for the 37 primary tai chi postures • 17 chin na techniques for tai chi pushing hands No matter your age or martial prowess, tai chi chin na is a necessary and enjoyable way to explore the depths of tai chi—a formidable martial art.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Tai Chi In 10 Weeks

Author : Aihan Kuhn
ISBN : 9781594395062
Genre : Health & Fitness
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USA Best Book Award FINALIST - 2017This book is designed to guide beginning students through the fundamentals of tai chi in ten weeks. Dr. Aihan Kuhn teaches readers the twenty-four-step Yang-style form. She shares insight on warming up, healing, and avoiding injury. But tai chi is more than just a physical exercise. It is a way of life. Dr. Kuhn shows readers how this art helps us cultivate health, balance, and qi (energy). Each day millions of people around the world practice tai chi for wellness, focus, and self-defense. This is a lifelong path. For the novice, that idea can be exciting but also daunting. With all the books, videos, and websites on tai chi, where do you begin? Tai Chi in 10 Weeks is the answer. Dr. Aihan Kuhn is a master instructor of tai chi and qigong. In this book she shares the lessons she’s learned in a lifetime of studying and teaching. She is warm and encouraging, making readers of all ages and backgrounds feel welcome. This book features • A ten-week calendar to guide you through your introduction to tai chi • Over 200 beautiful full-color photos • Warm, welcoming instruction from a master of tai chi and qigong With this book you will • Learn the twenty-four-step Yang-style form • Understand the fundamentals of tai chi • Discover not just the physical postures of tai chi, but also its psychological, emotional, and spiritual benefits “Tai chi is a life journey,” Dr. Kuhn writes. Tai Chi in 10 Weeks is your map.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Ky Gy Shin Sh

Author : Shinran
ISBN : STANFORD:36105005354928
Genre : Buddhism
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Category: Buddhism

Sustainability Science

Author : Hiroshi Komiyama
ISBN : UCBK:C107457137
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 73.85 MB
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Sustainability science is a new academic discipline emerging in response to threatened sustainability of the global environment. The purpose of this discipline is to help build a sustainable society by developing solutions to climate change, resource exhaustion, ecological destruction, and other environmental crises that threaten humanity. Sustainability science demands a realignment of existing academic disciplines. Whereas academia has moved inexorably toward fields of in-depth specialization, sustainability science seeks comprehensive, integrated solutions to complex problems. It therefore requires a restructuring of education and research that spans multiple disciplines. This volume offers diverse approaches to the development of a transdisciplinary perspective that embraces the natural, social, and human sciences in the quest for a sustainable society. It strives for a global perspective while incorporating the wisdom and experience of societies on the local level.
Category: Business & Economics

Chinese Culture

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ISBN : UOM:39015069813700
Genre : China
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Category: China

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Author : Pennsylvania. University
ISBN : PSU:000052388354
Genre : Philosophy
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Category: Philosophy