T'ai Chi Collection
by Reinhard Denner (reinhard
About this Collection
This collection was born of the marriage of two very different happenings:
Jobwise I learned html and I visited Tim Cushing web pages. They
really helped me to make a big step in my Tai Chi development. So I decided
to open my personal collection to the community, so that someone else may
have some benefits from it. A bunch of reasons hinder me in contributing
a lot to the neijja mailing lists (english and german) so I'd like to keep
the balance this way.
Since the collection itself is a sort of censorship in itself, I've limited
any corrections I've made for appearances sake. So I sometimes removed part
of mails which discussed other topics. There is no glossary or definiton of
terms. You may find it at the Neijia
Home Page Glossary.
This main page of the collection uses two frames. The left frame shows the
contents and available while the articles can be seen in the right frame. The
alternative way to browse through, is to open
the contents page in a browser window and see the pages in another window
opened by the links in the contents page.
The copyright for all local documents on these pages retained by the authors.
Contact the author before any non private use.
All documents on this page were written and prepared only for the benefit
of fellow enthusiasts. So any commercial use is prohibited.
You may establish links to this page. There are also index pages in the
directories about, romanisation, peng, push. If you link to specific
pages, be aware that names and organisation may change.
Essays on T'ai Chi
In place of an FAQ there are some postings about the subject.
Since there is more than one method to express the chinese pictographic-ideographic
symbols the following tables may avoid misunderstanding and confusion when reading
T'ai Chi related texts. The tables contain pure translations, no definitions.
Please mail me your corrections and/or
- Tim Cushing and Alex for their pages
- Mike Sigman for clear and patient explanation in the neijia and
6H mailing lists
- to the 'constuctive minded' contributors to the neijia mailing lists
- to all who helped me without knowing
- to all who didn't help me but wanted to
- ok. ... to those who wanted and succeeded to help
Other Places in the Net
I usually start browsing at the Neijia
Home Page or at the Wushan links
(german). In between I stop by at the german
neijia list homepage. If you live in the Salzburg (Austria) area, don't
miss visiting the page of my friend and former teacher Chen
There is another side of the fence.I also sometime pass by at the quackwatch
Ideas for improvements, extensions, fun ? Feel free to mail.