"One World . . . One Breath": A Global Healing Movement -- Saturday, April 28th, 10 am Worldwide

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"World Tai Chi & Qigong Day with thousands of participants . . . aims to send a positive wave of energy around the world and draw attention to the benefits of (Tai Chi & Qigong) . . . We should have World Tai Chi & Qigong Day every week." -- International Herald Tribune (London). 60 nations; all 50 US states; hundreds of cities. A global wave of Tai Chi expands across the planet, beginning with the earliest time zones of New Zealand, then spanning 6 continents as the planet turns time zone by time zone, 10 am worldwide, to end with the final events in Hawaii.

Announced by the US Dept. of Health & Human Services National Health Observances Calendar and the American Public Health Association's Calendar and proclaimed officially by Governors, Senates, and Mayors of many US States and nations, World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2007 is about to occur on April 28th. Past event locations included the United Nations and the Nobel Peace Center

Free and open to the public these events welcome anyone interested in personal and global health & healing.

Why this Global Health & Healing Event is Held
-To educate the public of medical research indicating that 70 to 85% of illnesses are CAUSED BY STRESS, and of the emerging medical research showing that Tai Chi & Qigong can profoundly benefit personal physical, emotional and mental health.
-Provide a vision of health & healing that connects tens of thousands of participants traversing ethnic, religious, and geo-political boundaries.

Where is this Event Held?
-Anyone in the world can visit http://www.worldtaichiday.org to find events being held in your area, offering free teach-ins and exhibitions.

CONTACTS - Who Holds this Event?
-The international and national organizing is conducted by Founders Bill and Angela (Wong) Douglas. CONTACT: 913-648-2256 or billdouglas@ worldtaichiday.org, http://www.worldtaichiday.org

-Local events contacts available @ http://www.worldtaichiday.org Media Resources, or by calling above number.

At http://www.worldtaichiday.org under Everyone's Resources, Medical Research Searchable-by-Health Issue enables anyone to look up health issues, and see Tai Chi & Qigong medical research on their issue of concern. http://www.worldtaichiday.org/WTCQDHlthBenft.html

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