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Taoist Arts of the Lee family training manuals by Chee Soo

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  • Slow food

    Origins and Principles: From Ancient Tao to Modern Tables When I first started on the Chang Ming diet, one principle I tried early on was chewing every mouthful of food 50-100 times. This principle is sometimes called “drink your food and eat your drinks” because every mouthful turns to water if you chew it enough.…

  • The Path of Kai Men

    The Path of Kai Men

    Taoist yoga has long been known as the “Open Door” (Kāimén 开门), although at various times in its long history it has also been referred to as Hébìng 合并 (“Unity”) and Héxié 和谐 (“Harmony”). Kai Men is the most appropriate name, however, as it expresses the idea that Taoist yoga is the doorway to all…