Category Archive: Daoism

Sep 20

Taoist Master Yun Xiang Tseng on Taoism: Returning to your true nature

I discovered Daoism in 1991 and have been a faithful Daoist ever since, practicing everything from Feng Shui to Chinese Astrology to Qigong, and writing many “Illuminating The Dao” columns http://yang-sheng.com/?cat=114 on the Dao De Jing as well as reviewing books on Daoism for the Yang Sheng Magazine. Http://yang-sheng.com   In The Way, all the …

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Jul 19

Alan Watts – Not Two

‘Wuji 無極 (literally ‘without ridgepole’) originally meant ‘ultimate; boundless; infinite’ in Warring States period (476-221 BCE) Taoist classics, but came to mean the ‘primordial universe’ prior to the Taiji 太極 “Supreme Ultimate” in Song Dynasty (960-1279 CE) Neo-Confucianist cosmology.” ‘ – Wikipedia Wuji (philosophy)   (The ridgepole is a symbol representing polarity, ends, opposites. ‘Without …

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