Normally at this time on a Tuesday I’m preparing for my afternoon/evening classes. This Tuesday I’m steeped in Tai Chi, being taught by 5 Grandmasters, one representing each family style of the modern Tai Chi era (1600’s forward).
This international symposium attracted Tai Chi practitioners and teachers from all over the world. I don’t know all countries represented, but I know people from Australia, France, Italy, Romania, Greece, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, and Canada are here. Obvious, the U.S. is well-represented and there are many people from China here, too.
What a unique opportunity to be in the presence of these teachers, all in one place at the same time. We’re focusing on the commonalities among the various styles, those qualities that promote health, harmony and a way for us to show and live compassion, for ourselves and for others.
I’m very grateful to be part of this experience. More to come in upcoming posts. . .