…………that Taijikinesis 2 is too cheap for the quality of the info.
To me, price is subjective. To some a dollar is too much whereas to some even ten thousand is reasonable. Who’s to say what is the right price.
I feel that even the best info is useless if you are not prepared to try it out or if you try it half heartedly. So to those who got nothing out of it then a dollar is too much. Those who got a lot then the savings in time and tuition fee wasted elsewhere can be substantial.
The value to anyone of anything is what you get out of it and your valuation of the benefit. If I get good health from taiji and save myself from future trips to doctors then its not just the money saved which can be very substantial but the pain not suffered which I don’t know how to put a value on it.
I see a lot of old folks with posture problem, mobility problems and mental problems. Some of these problems can be resolved or at least alleviated by proper training in Taiji except many are not interested, think its a mental hassle to remember forms and just want to do normal exercises misleadingly taught as taiji. No one can help those who won’t help themselves. Its common for many to just resign themselves to fate, bear with the pain and just live with it.
Thus, live is what you make of it. Que sera, sera.