I have really stayed focus on this journey since I started Tai Chi. Now when I get a craving, I do tai chi for ten minutes before I react to the craving. Not only do I feel better, most times I am past the craving and don't need it.
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Tai Chi 256 Gentle flowing motions done with a group moving together in synchrony. Watching the beauty and grace in the mirror. Starting and stopping the movement together on time.
Being responsible to the group to be on time, to be quiet, and thoughtful of one another and the group efforts, and yet to share the experience and to learn the movements, to fulfill the steps competently, to enjoy them and one another. To relax and be calm.
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