Enrich Your Life with Virtue

Overview

In 'Enrich Your Life with Virtue', Hua-Ching Ni guides the reader through the practical application of virtue for the improvement of all aspects of human relationships. He teaches how to incorporate personal responsibility for individual lives while expanding virtue throughout the world. The book contains beautiful calligraphy and is a clearly-written manual for improving interpersonal and group relationships.
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Overview

In 'Enrich Your Life with Virtue', Hua-Ching Ni guides the reader through the practical application of virtue for the improvement of all aspects of human relationships. He teaches how to incorporate personal responsibility for individual lives while expanding virtue throughout the world. The book contains beautiful calligraphy and is a clearly-written manual for improving interpersonal and group relationships.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781887575034
  • Publisher: SevenStar Communications Group
  • Publication date: 1/28/1999
  • Pages: 174
  • Sales rank: 1,382,241
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author

Hua-Ching Ni is an author, teacher and physician who addresses the essential nature of human life and assists people with their personal growth and developement. He is the author of over 40 books on Taoism, natural healingand spirituality.
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Table of Contents

Introduction ix
1. Where is the World Going? 1
2. The Way Out of Trouble 13
3. Your True Nature 23
4. Trusting Your True Nature 27
5. The Attainable Power of Your Great Life and The Virtue of Learning to Be Yourself 35
6. Virtue Brings Gain in Life 49
7. The Benefits of Recovering Your Natural Virtue 55
8. Awaken to the Truth of Natural Life 61
9. What the Subtle Law Can Do for Us 69
10. It is the Ruby Heart that Values Life; The Goal and Mission of the Integral Way 89
11. Integrating Spiritual Life and Worldly Life 107
12. The True Direction of Union With the Universal Subtle Law 123
13. The Universal Spiritual Truth Inspires Life, And Life Rewards Itself By Learning from Nature 131
14. Lao Tzu's Path of Everlasting Life 135
15. Natural Leaders of Organic Society 145
16. Learn to Respect Natural Virtue 151
17. The Way is Not Disappearing, but Evolving as Spiritual Transformation 157
Conclusion: Practical Advice from Hua-Ching Ni 161
Epilogue 173
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