David Wei, 16th generation lineage holder of Wudang Mountain's Zhang San Feng wellness tradition and founder of Wudang West Cultural Heritage Center
“Bob Santee both expresses the tradition of Taoism accurately in easy-to-understand language and makes this ancient tradition relevant to our modern version of the human dilemma of stress. Readers of this book will learn basic Taoist practices and how to apply them in daily life in order to heal their stress. This is an excellent book for participatory people; mainly those who are willing to be actively involved in their healing. Engaging the Taoist practices as Santee clearly explains them will enable a person to cultivate their natural life energy, thereby not only naturally healing their stress, but also realizing greater health in body, mind, and spirit.
Reggie Pawle, PhD, cross-cultural psychotherapist and professor of Asian psychologies, at East-West Psychology Service, Kyoto, Japan, and Kansai Gaidai University, Hirakata, Japan
“The words of Robert G. Santee’s The Tao of Stress are as clear as his obvious command of the philosophy, psychology, and practical application of Taoist principles for calming the ‘galloping mind’ and simplifying one’s life.”
Ronald Zelman, founder of DragonTail Mindfulness, LLC, a company that devotes its energies to helping individuals utilize tai chi, qigong, and Wing Chun kung fu to improve their lives