There are many esoteric uses for the Tai Chi Ruler which involve the conscious manipulation of energy for the purpose of healing and spiritual growth. But novices may also use the Ruler to relieve back problems, especially in the lower … Continue reading →
Like Yoga and so many other disciplines which combine the physical with the metaphysical, Tai Chi can be approached in many different ways. The motives for taking up the art of Tai Chi Chuan are as varied as the students who practice … Continue reading →
TODAY’S APHORISM from Do No Kai Martial Arts Temple “You can cut all the flowers, but you cannot keep Spring from coming.” — Pablo Neruda “Podrán cortar todas las flores, pero no podrán detener la primavera” — Pablo Neruda Follow … Continue reading →
There is a subtle difference between Tai Chi and the practice of Qigong, or Chi Gung, as it is often called. The arts of Yoga and Qigong are even harder to distinguish at times, and similarities in approach, expression, and … Continue reading →
TODAY’S APHORISM from Do No Kai Martial Arts Temple “I’m too busy living to look for the meaning of Life. Life is my purpose. Life itself is purpose enough.” “Estoy muy ocupado viviendo para buscar el significado de la vida. … Continue reading →
The hand-crafted Tai Chi Rulers displayed in this blog come from Do No Kai Temple, a Shaolin-style martial arts temple that has been dedicated to the authentic practice and dissemination of martial arts for generations.