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Apr 30, 1998 02:04 PM
by Thoa Thi-Kim Tran


I don't recall this post on theos-talk, or I somehow didn't receive it.
I'm interested in the T'ai Chi since I've taken the martial arts T'ai Chi
Chuan for several years before moving on to harder styles. If you could
forward the original message to me, that would be great. Thanks.

Thoa :o)

>>Apart from these, my brother, let us not forget the T'ai Chi. This
>>symbol contains so much as not to be fully appreciated even by the most
>>illumined student. You, no doubt, realize its general significance as
>>imparted to it by the Chinese, as well as other Oriental races that
>>have adopted this symbol, and those in the Western world who have
>>studied the philosophies and religions pertaining to these nations of
>>peoples, while others have imbibed from the expansions on the teaching
>>thereto imparted by the Masters themselves (these know of whom and to
>>what I speak), and others have recognized that the T'ai Chi also
>>represents these manifold aspects of truth alongside the respective
>>laws. Yes, the circle of the Law of the One circumscribes the duality,
>>in accordance with the Law of Polarity, of the Yin and the Yang.

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