Lao Tse Tao Te Ching

Author: Vladimir Antonov
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1434841227
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The book Tao Te Ching was written by great Chinese spiritual adept Lao Tse about 2500 years ago. It is one of the most fundamental textbooks on philosophy and methodology of spiritual development.

The Couple S Tao Te Ching

Author: William Martin
Editor: Da Capo Lifelong Books
ISBN: 0738218448
Size: 12,61 MB
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Following the successful debut of the Parent's Tao Te Ching--which Hugh Prather praised as "pure gold"--William Martin now reinterprets the Tao for couples. "The love relationship between two people can be the most rewarding and enlightening adventure possible," Martin writes, and he imparts the Tao's spirited, sage advice for everyone on that adventure. "Not since The Tao of Pooh has Taoist wisdom transmogrified into something so practical, gentle, and good."--from the foreword by Dan Millman, author of Way of the Peaceful Warrior

Downloading Spirit

Author: Janet Baljeu
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469157667
Size: 11,52 MB
Format: PDF
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DOWNLOADING SPIRIT presents a revolutionary new approach to the understanding of human consciousness. Incorporating a cross-cultural approach to matters of mythology and symbolism, this volume presents a step-by-step approach to the metaphysical understanding of spiritual growth for our confusing times.

Tao Te Ching

Author: Lao Tzu
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0857083341
Size: 15,33 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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A luxury, keep-sake edition of an ancient Chinese scripture This ancient text, fundamental to Taoism, has become a source of inspiration and guidance for millions in modern society. It's focus on attunement, rather than mindless striving, offers an alternative to command-and-control leadership and a different way of seeing personal success – a position that has led to this ancient Chinese text becoming an internationally bestselling personal development guide. Now the text has been given a makeover and this deluxe, gift edition is set to become the market leader, following in the footsteps of the other bestselling Capstone Classic editions. Includes: Paints a picture of a person in full attunement Illustrates how fulfillment and peace, without struggle, can deliver to us what we need and desire An alternative way to view personal success A new introduction by Tom Butler Bowdon, the classic personal development expert

The Tao Te Ching

Author: Laozi
Editor: Dudeism LLC
Size: 19,53 MB
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Author: Waysun Liao
Editor: Taichi Center
ISBN: 9780976545446
Size: 12,70 MB
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What is God? Why do we suffer? How can we heal ourselves and our world? What is the purpose of life? What happens when we die? What is the best way to pray? When you understand the way God works, you'll understand the answers to these questions and more. Master Waysun Liao takes you to the inner teachings of Tao wisdom, giving you the keys to its ancient mysteries in simple terms applied to modern life in today's world. Enjoy common sense analogies, humor, diagrams, and passages from texts such as Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching as you start your own Tao journey with Master Liao as your guide. With Tao: The Way of God, you will unlock the secret to the power of God, the spiritual dimension, and break beyond the limits or our man-made artificial world. Once you know Tao as the Way of God, you will never be the same.

The Tao Of Bada Bing

Author: David Chase
Editor: Carhil Ventures
ISBN: 9781566492782
Size: 15,48 MB
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Presents selected quotes from each episode of the Sopranos juxtaposed against quotes from the Tao Te Ching.

Early Daoist Scriptures

Author: Stephen R. Bokenkamp
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520923126
Size: 11,68 MB
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For centuries Daoism (Taoism) has played a central role in the development of Chinese thought and civilization, yet to this day only a few of its sacred texts have been translated into English. Now Stephen R. Bokenkamp introduces the reader to ancient scriptures never before published in the West, providing a systematic and easily accessible introduction to early Daoism (c. 2nd-6th C.E.). Representative works from each of the principal Daoist traditions comprise the basic structure of the book, with each chapter accompanied by an introduction that places the material within a historical and cultural context. Included are translations of the earliest Daoist commentary to Laozi's Daode jing (Tao Te Ching); historical documents relating the history of the early Daoist church; a petitioning ritual used to free believers from complaints brought against them by the dead; and two complete scriptures, one on individual meditation practice and another designed to rescue humanity from the terrors of hell through recitation of its powerful charms. In addition, Bokenkamp elucidates the connections Daoism holds with other schools of thought, particularly Confucianism and Buddhism. This book provides a much-needed introduction to Daoism for students of religion and is a welcome addition for scholars wishing to explore Daoist sacred literature. It serves as an overview to every aspect of early Daoist tradition and all the seminal practices which have helped shape the religion as it exists today.

Heed Your Call

Author: David M. Howitt
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476767149
Size: 13,75 MB
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A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.

Tao Teh King

Author: Laozi
Editor: Theclassics.Us
ISBN: 9781230401119
Size: 10,74 MB
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ... PREFACE. Lao Tgze, so named, the immortal author of the Tao Teh King, the only writing he left to posterity, was born in the year 604 before the Christian era, in the third year of the Emperor Ting-Wang, of the expiring Chow dynasty, in what is now the province of Ho-nan, but which was then a part of the great State of Kau. He disappeared, at the age of about one hundred years, in voluntary exile into the unknown feudal and barbarian lands northwest of China, as described in the Epilogue in this translation. The wall and the northwest, or barrier-gate, there described, it is needless to say, were not a part of the Great Wall of China, which was not constructed until nearly four centuries later, but were the wall and gateway which protected the valleys leading from the unknown regions beyond. Lao Tsze was contemporary with Confucius, but was his senior by about fifty-four years. When Confucius was about thirty-five years old he visited the old philosopher, who was then nearly ninety years old, at his residence at the court of Kau. In an interview Lao severely condemned the system of Confucius, charging that it was based on a man-made and artificial code of ethics and ceremonials, that it ignored the fundamental principles of life and mind, and tended to obscure the divinity, dignity and immortality of man, and the spirituality which constituted the energy and purpose of the entire universe, not only in its origin, but in its eternal progress. Confucius, in a state of wonder, left him, saying to his disciples that he could understand the ways of the birds, of the fish, and of the beasts; how to snare the running ones wilh nooses, how to entrap the swimming ones with nets, and how to take the flying ones with arrows. But the dragon; he knew...