Master Liu Jun Fang teaches traditional Chinese martial arts: Chuan Quan.Liu Jun Fang has wond numerous championships in Chinese martial arts. She is skilled in various forms of traditional Chinese... More > martial arts including Taijiquan, Baquzhang, Shaolinquan, Luohanquan, and many weapons forms. In this book illustrated with pictures of Master Liu demonstrating the form, she explains how to perform Chuan Quan (Piercing Fist), which is a combination of Taijiquan and Xingyiquan. The book is hand-written in Chinese in Liu's own hand.< Less
Why long and look for that which is beyond all hope until the inner eyes are opened? Why not piece together the fragments that we have at hand and see whether from them some shape cannot be given to... More > the vast puzzle? Content.
This book comprises a series of occult precepts with commentaries and notes, while Through the Gates of Gold leads the aspirant onward along the path of mystical insight. The mysteries of human suffering, and the responsibilities of the individual for his own progress and for the advancement of the race as a whole, are described.< Less
Originally published in 1893, here is Judge's book on the Theosophy, which explains the practices and beliefs of Theosophists for the ordinary reader. Includes the Index, which was originally... More > published as a separate volume.< Less
In the early days of the Theosophical Movement in the United States, Mr. Judge was in intimate contact with American students, with whom he maintained a large correspondence. Letters That Have Helped... More > Me is a compilation of his counsels. Mr. Judge's wise and gentle words are a revelation of his understanding of the subtleties of human nature, and of the great depth and strength of heart he possessed as a teacher and a friend. Part II is comprised of letters to students and Theosophical groups, and various extracts. In this edition of Letters That Have Helped Me, issued 50 years after the passing of Mr. Judge, a third section presents additional material, including a group of allegorical stories contributed by Mr. Judge to the Path.< Less