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Turning Before You Reach Your Limit; Trinity Tai Chi

In this video we discuss knowing your limits (or "end range") and having enough awareness to not push into them. Rather, turn and make a change in direction before you reach your limit. This will better facilitate a healthy, healing environment for your body and your spirit.

This concept applies to Tai Chi, relationships, your approach to external problems, your physical workouts, and even your relationship with yourself. You do not need to feel extreme limits to create your identity.

By stretching into our limit, we create our own boundaries and parameters and also put ourselves at risk for injury. Instead, if we stay well within the end range, we remain in an area of the "unknown" which has far more potentialities!

After all, even God, in all His limitless-ness took a day of rest!

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