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Great Big Ironies In The History Of Tai Chi

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actbml01: No one truly knows unequivocally the how and why of the inception of Tai Chi No one knows accurately when it began. To this point, the best guess is the 14th century, which is believed to be the time when its founder Chang San-feng was likely...

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No one truly knows unequivocally the how and why of the inception of Tai Chi No one knows accurately when it began. To this point, the best guess is the 14th century, which is believed to be the time when its founder Chang San-feng was likely to have lived. A monk of the hugely respected Wu Tang Monastery, Chang is said to have lived a very long life, owing to the practice of the philosophy. Some say that he did not in fact exist, that he was, really, and allegorical figure, the topic of legends. Yet by some means, the five main tenets of Tai Chi have been enshrined in the the I Ching, or the ancient Chinese classical tracks. Perhaps an additional weird feature of Tai Chi is that while it looks like a passive activity, it is in truth a type of martial arts like Kung Fu or Shaolin. In reality, the literal translation of Tai Chi Ch'uan is extreme fist, which conjures images of extreme sports like boxing for example. Ironically, this philosophy teaches maneuvers to ditch enemies or to use

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