Susanne Heuberger, Balmain
Sent: Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Imagine a crisp Sydney winter morning. You are in a lovely park close to the harbour and a kookaburra is laughing. You settle into your section 2 routine and you are point, as there is nobody else there at this stage. After a while, you feel movement on the right; Master Ric has taken right wing. The movements flow, the feeling is exquisite. As you turn to the left, there is Sharon now at left wing. Nothing is said; no word, no disruption, just moving in and out of the flow and with the flow. You realise that you are doing something really worthwhile; something I started some 16 months ago. Tai Chi is now such an important part of my life, itís hard to imagine life without it. This agreeable feeling continues, the harmony in the movements is beautiful, the Chi energy connects us with each other and connects me to myself. We change positions, now I am right wing, then we do the whole routine again and finish off with me at left wing. Then we move on into our daily lives having had the best start to the day you can imagine.
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2007
(At class) I felt that the Chi was flowing very quickly after having raised arms only once or twice. Usually it takes longer, or it might not happen at all. I felt a warm strong feeling of contentment, no pain and no time.
Sent: Tuesday, July 11, 2006
I arrived at practice with a lower back ache and I left feeling good. What more can I say? Thanks for another wonderful start to a good day.