Justin F. Stone | Serene Nature: Music for T'ai Chi Chih

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Serene Nature: Music for T'ai Chi Chih

by Justin F. Stone

Justin F. Stone (1916-2012), a Big Band leader in the 1940s, later originated the moving meditation form, T'ai Chi Chih. He composed and performed these gentle, soothing melodies to support TCC practice, serenity and tranquility.
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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1. The Serene Nature
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2. Bamboo Winds
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3. Return of Tomorrow
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4. Morning Dew
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5. Forest Dawn
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6. Approaching Dusk
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7. Mountain Rain
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8. Dormant Volcano
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9. A New Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Justin F. Stone had successful careers in music (he recorded jazz piano and wrote and recorded the background music for the 13-part PBS series on T’ai Chi Chih); finance (he was an allied member of the New York Stock Exchange); and writing (he wrote over a dozen books). He was also an exhibiting painter and accomplished poet.

Justin left the financial world in 1953 to take the first of many trips to the Far East, where he practiced with Yogis in India and Zen monks in Japan. He considered these trips the most important part of his life.

In 1974, after having practiced and taught T’ai Chi Ch’uan for many years, he originated T’ai Chi Chih. In a short period, mostly via word-of-mouth, T’ai Chi Chih spread throughout the world. There are now over 2,500 accredited teachers.

Justin considered the circulation and balancing of Chi (Intrinsic Energy) to be the most important secret of life. He wrote 12 books on various spiritual subjects and taught meditation and T’ai Chi Chih. He also conducted meditation retreats for sincere students. Justin composed and performed the music on this CD to support this practice, and to encourage a feeling of tranquility and serenity in the listener.


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