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It is so inspiring to find someone who can put the subtle and powerful concepts of Tai Chi- so unlike our western think-ing-into words. Wolfe Lowenthal makes accessible the thoughts and wisdom of Professor Cheng, persuading very different interpretations of reality to perch in the palm of one's hand, unlocking new understanding. This is a remarkable thing for those who never had the opportunity to know Professor and his senior stu-dents. Even more remarkable is Lowenthal's ability to link the principles and inner teachings of Tai Chi with ordinary life and the development of ourselves as human beings." -Pat Gorman, Senior Teacher, The School of Tai Chi Ch'uan, New York City; Associate Editor, The Tai Chi Press
"During the time we studied together with Chen Man-ch'ing, I was always inspired by how Wolfe Lowenthal practiced the principles of Tai Chi and the Tao which Cheng Man-ch'ing so generously imparted to us. Lowenthal continues to inspire me as he writes with depth of understanding and an open-hearted spirit of liveliness about the teachings of this great modern-day sage." - Jane Faigao, Director, Traditional Arts, Naropa Institute; Co-Director Rocky Mountain Tai Chi Ch'uan
Wolfe Lowenthal was born in Pittsburgh, PA in 1939 and attended Carnegie Mellon. He has worked as an anti-war activist, a typeset-ter, and a screen writer. In 1967 he began studying Tai Chi Ch'uan with Professor Cheng Man-Ching, eventually becoming an assis-tant. After Professor Cheng's death in 1975, Lowenthal began teaching Tai Chi. He lives with his wife and young son in New York, where he studies and teaches at his school, The Long River Tai Chi Circle.
He is the author of a previous book about Professor Cheng, There Are No Secrets, published in 1991.
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