The Manual of Bean Curd Boxing: Tai Chi and the Noble Art of Leaving Things Undone

The Manual of Bean Curd Boxing Tai Chi and the Noble Art of Leaving Things Undone The Manual of Bean Curd Boxing is a book that introduces us to a new perspective on Tai Chi and st Century Living Using the harmonious practice of Tai Chi Chuan and the esoteric philosophy of Taoism

  • Title: The Manual of Bean Curd Boxing: Tai Chi and the Noble Art of Leaving Things Undone
  • Author: Paul Read
  • ISBN: 9781452327969
  • Page: 295
  • Format: ebook
  • The Manual of Bean Curd Boxing is a book that introduces us to a new perspective on Tai Chi and 21st Century Living.Using the harmonious practice of Tai Chi Chuan and the esoteric philosophy of Taoism, the book describes how to discard traditional ways of Getting Things Done by stripping everything down to its essentials and then, leaving them all alone This manual will sThe Manual of Bean Curd Boxing is a book that introduces us to a new perspective on Tai Chi and 21st Century Living.Using the harmonious practice of Tai Chi Chuan and the esoteric philosophy of Taoism, the book describes how to discard traditional ways of Getting Things Done by stripping everything down to its essentials and then, leaving them all alone This manual will show you How to reach out and grasp life with energy, with passion and with wisdom How to absorb the simple lessons of Taoism and Tai Chi into your daily activities with no sweat and no stress How to learn to get out of our own way, so that life can pursue its natural course How to remain tranquil and calm under the stress of daily life and yet stay intensively connected to the world around Whether you are a beginner to Tai Chi and Taoism, new to these ancient disciplines or an Intermediate student looking for a new approach to your practise, The Manual of Bean curd Boxing will aid you in this ancient yet contemporary art of doing, without doing.

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    About “Paul Read”

    1. Paul Read

      Born in London, England, I now work and reside in the Granada area of Southern Spain where I am known as the Teapotmonk Dot.Com or the Gazpachomonk Speaking of Spain Dot Com according to the nature of the project I am working on I teach Tai Chi and Languages and spend inordinate amounts of time keeping to the shadows of this world, defragging my forms, postures and language patterns and applying my rooting skills to the challenges of this amorphous digital age.In my free time, I can be found accompanied by a glass of Gazpacho wandering the back streets of old towns looking deceptively lost.

    901 thoughts on “The Manual of Bean Curd Boxing: Tai Chi and the Noble Art of Leaving Things Undone”

    1. Enjoyed this a lot - after 10 years of practising tai chi and the tricky art of tao, it was more a fun read than a revelationary one, but well written and amusing and just the right length. Perfect starting point for those intrigued by tao or looking to start on tai chi, and want some thoughts on working them into everyday life.


    2. I'm probably not the most independent of reviewers but its one of my fave books on Getting Things Done, explored through the Soft Art of tai Chi. But as I sayI'm probably a little partial.Book is available in print as well as in all ebook versions. You can find an updated listing here: booksbypaulread.weebly


    3. If you never own another tai chi book, please own this one. It's irreverent look at tai chi is funny, humorous, funny again and jolts you out of the trap many tai chi players find themselves in. It will make you laugh, it will make you think. You will laugh until you come to the realization that what Paul says is just plain right. If you ever take up tai chi, take up Bean Curd Boxing as well.


    4. Everything that Paul writes has a certain humour and lightheartedness about it. I enjoy the subtle way he weaves historical and current practices together along with poking a bit of fun at those like me who love the detail in everything.



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