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Cultivation Tai Chi Chuan by Master Li Hechu (1 DVD) DVD81
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Cultivation Tai Chi Chuan by Master Li Hechu (1 DVD) DVD81

Li Hechun is a modern priest of the Longmen (Dragon Gate) branch of the Ch'uan-chen (Complete Perfection) School of Taoism in China. This school emphasizes the practice of "neidan", or inner alchemy, in the interest of cultivating the spirit.

Master Li was born in June 1978, in Shangluo of Shaanxi. He was brought up in a traditional cultural and Daoist atmosphere and developed a strong passion for Taoist studies and martial art.

He took his refuge at Chingyang Gong temple in Chengdu, China, studying with Taoist Chen Benshan. Chen is a great hermit and fifteenth generation disciple of Dragon Gate. He instilled Li with the Taoist name "Hechun".

Master Li has participated in a number of international conferences on Taoist Studies and had numerous papers published in Daoist and Traditional Chinese Magazines.

Arts studied include meditation, playing Taoist music on the ancient "guqing" stringed instrument, painting calligraphy, teaching Tai-chi and Push-hands, chanting ancient scriptures, and performing rituals.

Recently, Li Hechun completed his Master's degree thesis on the significance of the Taoist spirit in modern society. He Loves teaching cultivation practices, and sharing the riches of Taoist culture with all.

Running Time 34 minutes

Note: This DVD not a teaching DVD but is a valuable demonstration DVD. This DVD is not narrated and is designed to be watched to see how an expert works and to refine your own structure after personal training as offered by Master Li's Tai Chi Retreat at Tao Garden. or another certified Tai Chi instructor.

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