Shui Long: The Water Dragon Internal Art & Meditation —Pages of information about this qi gong system with roots in Taoism and shamanism, along with creative writing inspired by the practice.
Michael Garafalo’s website has tai chi/qi gong links, extensive info linking gardening and spirituality, and more! check it out!
Gongfu Switzerland — trilingual (german, french, english) site devoted to internal and external martial arts, Taoism, links to Native American tradition practitioners in Europe, and a discussion board.
Guang Ping Yang Tai Ji Quan Association USA—association of Guang Ping Yang practitioners, devoted to maintaining the style first taught in the US by Master Kuo in San Francisco.
Lee Schlee’s t’ai chi home page—Lee Schlee lists martial arts practitioners around the world; all styles, internal and external, including a great list of t’ai chi ch’uan sites and teachers—and Kuang Ping style practitioners, too.
qi-journal.com—The site of Qi Magazine.
jadedragon.com—The Jade Dragon Online is a San Diego-based publication with feature articles on martial arts, Asian philosophy, holistic health, doing business in Asia, and much, much more!
t’ai chi & taoism —this page within a Montreal website on t’ai chi ch’uan styles, practice & history is useful for understanding the spiritual significance of internal martial arts, and their development.
qi gong: identification with heaven & earth — the result of Wulf Dieterich’s studies in China; detailed explanation of basic exercises, theory, and history of qi gong with illustrations.
Apophatic Mysticism in Practice — Raymond Sigrist’s continuing studies into mystical traditions includes several worthwhile essays on aspects of Lao-Zhuang Taoism and Zen precepts.
i ching (“yi jing”) bookmarks—The I Ching is the foundation, ultimately, of Oriental Medicine. Lorraine’s site has scores of links to all things related to this system of understanding the perpetual transformation of yin and yang.
Tao Speaks! is a forums where students and practitioners of religious and Lao-Zhuang Taoism, and other meditative traditions, share information about spiritual traditions, classic literature, five phase theory, herbalism, internal martial arts, and meditation experiences.
The Spirit of Tao Te Ching is Jeff Rassmussen, Ph.D.’s website devoted to his renderings of the Tao Te Ching, and includes links, book suggestions, and more. Beautiful graphics!