Below are some resources that can help enhance your Tai Chi Chuan practice and learning.
Tao de Ching (any version/translation is good)
Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi-Peter M. Wayne, PhD, with Mark L. Fuerst
Tai Chi Classics-Waysun Liao
The Mind Inside Tai Chi-Henrt Zhuang
The Tao of Tai Chi Chuan (title not shown)-Jou, Tsung Hwa
Here are two excellent resources that will certainly enhance your Tai Chi knowledge:
Tai Chi Connections (closed Facebook group)
We are a group of Tai Chi enthusiasts who have formed this organization for the purpose of spreading the word about what we consider to be a healthful exercise, a traditional and historic martial art, and a fun activity that can be practiced and enjoyed by people of all ages.
Go to the Facebook Page and request to be added as a member:
Tai Chi Connections
Tai Chi Book Club
A newly launched website dedicated to sharing knowledge with practitioners through books and online discussions.
You Tube Videos
Tendon/Ligament Stretches to help strengthen the Kua (courtesy of Sifu Lester Holmes of Tai Chi Connection)
WuJi Standing Meditation (courtesy of Sifu Lester Holmes)
Tendon/Ligament Strengthening Exercise #2
Stretches to Improve Snake Creeps Down
Chen Style Walking Obliquely Applications
Chris Burnett of Green Dragon Tai Chi demonstrates several applications for Chen style walking obliquely.
Eight Energies of Tai Chi
Chris Burnett of Green Dragon Tai Chi and Qigong shows us one way of looking at the eight energies of Tai Chi as translated into the Chinese terms: Peng (ward off), Lu (roll back), Chi (or Ji- press), An (push), Tsai (pull or pull down), Lieh (split), Chou (elbow), Kao (shoulder). He also shared some applications.
Silk Reeling Exercises
Bob Bacher Silk Reeling Exercises
Silk Reeling Applications
Here are a series of QiGong exercises that could improve your eyesight. (courtesy of Sifu Anthony Korahais)