Chinese Philosophy Calligraphy Tao

While training and traveling in Asia, we brought together various books about martial arts, qigong, meditation, and self-improvement. TheFeel.org likes to share some of these rare material with you all. During 46 years of involvement in spiritual, mental and physical development, I noticed that what I was looking for, was not comprehensible expressed in books written on the above-mentioned subjects itself.  It was and still is quest for information and verbalized feelings to come to the essence of  martial art and practical use in our demanding present-day social and professional life. TheFeel.org have a strong belief that when information flows more freely between cultures and different ways of thinking, many of the present day problems can be solved more efficiently.  To support this belief we offer you some abstracts from extraordinary China books to read and overthink.

The classical book of meaning and life contained only 5,000 pictograms. Despite its size, no other work of Chinese literature has attracted as much as Lao Tzu’s TAO TE CHING. 

The Taoist secret of power is to follow the nature of things, a sensitivity and skill obtained by minute concentration on the Tao running through natural objects of all kinds. This knowledge and skill cannot be handed down but is that all the men of old took with them when they died (Chuang Tzu) 

More than twenty-five centuries, Chinese understanding of spirituality in down-to- earth teachings. 

The Art of War by Sun Tzu
Sun Wu, generally known as Sun Zi (Tzu) to readers, was a great strategist in China's history. Sun Zi lived in a time (722-481 B.C.) during the Eastern Zhou Dynasty, which is referred to as the Spring-Autumn Period.

Standing Pole - Zhan Zhuang
Let us now take a brief look at the origins and development of the form of qigong on which we are concentrating in this work, Zhan Zhuang or "Standing Pole" exercises. 

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