Center for Sacred Sciences


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A Mystical Approach to Taiji Practice
by Matthew Sieradski

Matt Sieradski is a teacher in the Hunyuan Taijiquan tradition and is a spiritual teacher and minister at the Center for Sacred Sciences in Eugene, Oregon. Matthew also practices as an acupuncturist, herbalist, and craniosacral therapist. In this issue of Holos, Matt explains and elucidates the principles of taiji practice from a mystical perspective, connecting them to our own experience and the universal principles of the mystical traditions of the world.

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About Holos

The online journal Holos: Forum for a New Worldview publishes articles and interviews that help promote the development and dissemination of a new sacred worldview. The subject matter encompassed by Holos includes topics related to mystical teachings, especially those demonstrating the unanimity of the testimony of mystics across traditions, cultures, and times; the relationship between scientific and mystical truths; the development of a sacred worldview; mathematics as a sacred language that can provide a link between scientific and spiritual ways of understanding the world; and the nature of mystical truth and its relationship to contemporary society, philosophy, and science. Holos appeals not only to scholars but also to the educated spiritual practitioner, spiritual teachers, and the clergy in various spiritual traditions.

Holos: Forum for a New Worldview is a publication of the Center for Sacred Sciences, Eugene, Oregon, USA

Center for Sacred Sciences
Eugene, OR 97401-4049 USA