Seahorse Books

Taoist Arts of the Lee family training manuals by Chee Soo

Author: Chris Simpson

  • Traditional Diagnosis

    Traditional Diagnosis

    As the Five Elements are linked to the Yin and Yang, and these in turn are governed by the Tao, it is understandable that curing illness is also linked to the Five Elements. These cures are: Fire spiritual cure Wood Ch’ang Ming Earth herbal therapy Metal acupuncture Water thermogenesis Five elements therapies The Spiritual Cure…

  • The Aims Towards Perfection

    The Aims Towards Perfection

    Chapter 4 The Aims Towards Perfection The author of this book has been practising T’ai Chi Ch’uan for sixty years, and knows deep down inside that even though others may think what you do is perfect, something you feel and appreciate can continue to be understood ever more deeply as time goes on. Yes, perfection…

  • Meditation


    Although many people have gone to great lengths in an effort to learn how to meditate, and yet have been disappointed, meditation is easy provided that you go into it for the right reasons, and, with the help of a good master or teacher, look into it thoroughly, so that you learn the basics of…

  • Breath is Life

    Breath is Life

    Breathing is accepted as the most natural thing in the world, but very few people really consider how important to the body correct breathing is. We can all go without food and water for many days, yet, if we stop breathing for even thirty seconds, we quickly realize that we cannot do without air for…

  • Inner Power

    Inner Power

    Inner Power An old Chinese proverb says that ‘The reflection on a pool of water never shows its depth’. In order to prove this, it is necessary for you to get into the water and swim down to the bottom of the pool, for you can never really know anything just by looking or watching.…

  • Chang Ming Taoist Diet

    Chang Ming Taoist Diet

    It is an old saying in China that “Old age is inevitable, but there is no excuse for senility”. As we have already seen, illness is absolutely unnecessary and is caused by bad eating and drinking habits. In China, where the normal diet is much healthier than in the West, many of the illnesses most…