Tai Chi and Tai Chi Regimen

“Tai Chi” is a Chinese philosophical concept with a long history, which has exerted great influence on various Chinese cultural schools including Confucianism, Taoism, etc. It elucidates how everything transforms and grows in our universe.

To be brief, “Tai Chi” means “the two opposing extremes in everything”. The core of “Tai Chi” lies in the balance of Yin and Yang. In Chinese philosophy, Yin and Yang are two opposing principles in Nature, the former feminine and negative while the latter masculine and positive. Many natural dualities – dark and light, female and male, low and high, cold and hot – are viewed as manifestations of yin and yang respectively. The balance of Yin and Yang carries the meaning of how seemingly contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other in turn.

“Tai Chi” implies a sense of value with an emphasis on magnanimity, harmony and balance. It recognizes a peaceful co-existence of all the things that are seemingly contrary, such as Good and Evil, Beautiful and Ugly, Right and Wrong, etc. making use of the wisdom in “Tai Chi”, we can achieve an inner and outer balance between human and nature, as well as a harmony among human beings.

This concept has been widely applied to many branches of traditional Chinese science and philosophy, also being a primary guideline of traditional Chinese medicine and a central principle of different forms of Chinese martial arts and exercises, such as Baguazhang, Tai Chi Chuan, Qigong, etc.

Tai Chi Regimen, based on the theory above, is becoming more and more popular with people all over the world. Tai Chi Regimen stresses the association of activity and stillness, an external and internal cultivation, and the balance of Yin and Yang. The famous Tai Chi Chuan (Chinese shadow-boxing), an internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and its health benefits, is noted for that it integrates a tranquil mind into slow movements, while transforming motions to a peaceful and quiet state. Therefore, the essential of Tai Chi Regimen lies in that it help us to act naturally and achieve a higher harmony with nature, with the outside world.

To make thing more accessible, Calming Music Collection provides soothing music with carefree and harmonious rhythms. It provides a chance to experience the philosophy of balance in “Tai Chi”, thus to meditate under an oriental atmosphere, to relieve all the pressure in a busy living and to relax both your body and soul.

By Listening, you may experience an inner journey through Tranquilize, Forget the Calculation and finally achieve a balance of Yin and Yang.

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