William Reed / 1st edition, Japan Publications, Inc., Tokyo, Japan (1986)
Summary: From the New Jersey Ki Society website: "William Reed has tried to define and teach the meaning of KI so that we in the west can learn. The first part of the text helps us undersatnd KI, develop KI and pratcie KI. There are a series of exercises and a section on KI meditation. The second part of the text goes into KI development in the Japanese Arts (Shodo, Aikido, Kiatsu, Go, Noh and teh Tea Ceremony). And the third part, Ki in our ever changing world."
William Reed / 1st edition, japan Publications, Inc., Tokyo, Japan (1992)
Summary: From the Publisher: Ki - vital energy or life-force - is a concept which is integral to the Oriental martial and healing arts. The modern world is drawn to Ki in search of new perspectives on the universe. This book provides such a perspective, through the story of Koichi Tohei, a contemporary master of Ki.