[Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Publications, c1976]
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This is a lovely pamphlet about her experience with T'ai Chi, as moving meditation. She explores the attention, the sensitivity the gentleness, the flowing movement, the balance, the flow of energy, the relaxation, the balance and complementarity of opposites, the presentness in now, the silence and stillness of mind that are all involved in T'ai Chi. She relates T'ai Chi to sitting meditation and to being present to the flow of life.
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