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Mantak and me – Part 13

June 1993 When I left Pattaya after the Fusion week I had been training with Mantak for over a year and pretty much decided that was the way I wanted to go.  It wasn’t just the learning: he seemed to … Continue reading

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Mantak and Me – Part 2: How It All Began

I asked, on that dark night on the road to Chiang Mai, about Mantak’s son, Max, who had given me a bit of help when I started.  I had walked to Vassar, the Ivy league college in upstate New York … Continue reading

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Happy New Year: Thanks and Blessings

Here from these islands of love and peace where my beloved and I come to refresh, recharge, relax and and revitalise, reflecting on the year that has passed, my mind turned to the many who made 2015 such a good … Continue reading

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Taoist Tantra – the First Review

This book is a pleasure to read and a pleasure to put into practice. It is a helpful guide to exploring Taoist Tantra, whether for the first time or as a way of deepening your practice, with storytelling to draw … Continue reading

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First Step Second Step Third Step Quickstep

Moving home for the first time in twenty-two years, my advice to anyone thinking about it?  Well, I nearly wrote ‘don’t’ but, actually, looking beyond the boxes that fill my vision, I am happy to continue this visit to the … Continue reading

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My Tai Chi Journey

Shadowy movements at dawn in the park, neither dancing nor fighting though to me it looked like both. My mother danced with Fonteyn and enrolled me in my aunt’s ballet school but I retired at five, so no competition for … Continue reading

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Mexico

Twenty-two years ago my three-week visit to Mexico started and ended in a dentist’s chair.  That wasn’t the plan, although I did hear Mexico City was the destination of choice for American tooth-tourists.  This time was different.  Not being one … Continue reading

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