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Suggested reading

A serious student of T'ai Chi not only practices its moves and positions daily but also studies and contemplates what T'ai Chi masters have written about it. Following is a list of books to get you going:

* Master Cheng's Thirteen Chapters On T 'ai Chi Ch'uan, by Cheng Man-ch'ing
* Yang Family Secret Transmissions, by Douglas Wile
* Cheng Man-Ch'ing's Advanced Form Instructions, by Douglas Wile
* There Are No Secrets, by Wolfe Lowenthal
* Gateway to the Miraculous, by Wolfe Lowenthal
* Like a Long River, by Wolfe Lowenthal
* Lao-Tzu: "My words are very easy to understand.", by Man-jan Cheng
* Cheng Man-ch'ing: Master of Five Excellences, by Mark Hennessy
* T'ai Chi Ch'uan for Health and Self-Defence, by T.T.Liang
* T'ai Chi Classics, by Waysun Liao
* Drawing Silk: A Training Manual for T'ai Chi, by P.B. Gallagher
* Taoist Health Exercise Book, by Da Liu
* T'ai Chi Chuan and I Ching, by Da Liu
* Chen Kung series, "From the Private Family Records of Master Yang Lu Chan", volumes 1 t/m 6, by Stuart Alve Olson