Eternal Light: Teachings of My Father, Grandmaster ni Yo-San

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Just as the ocean is the concourse of the waters of the world, the Universal Way of life is the concourse of all spiritual traditions, from the earliest times of human culture to the present day. Just as each lake and river bears a name and location and particular characteristics, the religions of the world each bear the stamp of their time and place in history. No religion can claim to have become obsolete and are no longer considered of value. The Concourse of All Spiritual Paths offers a way to go beyond ...
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Just as the ocean is the concourse of the waters of the world, the Universal Way of life is the concourse of all spiritual traditions, from the earliest times of human culture to the present day. Just as each lake and river bears a name and location and particular characteristics, the religions of the world each bear the stamp of their time and place in history. No religion can claim to have become obsolete and are no longer considered of value. The Concourse of All Spiritual Paths offers a way to go beyond religion to the depth of universal truth that is the very source of life itself. Through spiritual practice, not faith alone, one can experience for oneself the underlying unity of all life. This self-realization enables one to overcome the obstacles to a Universal Way of life and learn to live in harmony with all people. Only by living with universal awareness and authentic regard for others can humankind achieve the true community of spirit that is its goal. Hua-Ching Ni has devoted a lifetime to the science of the human spirit and its history. His accumulated understanding and first hand knowledge of spiritual life is a treasure of practical guidance for anyone seeking his or her way on a path of personal growth. Hua-Ching Ni is the author of many important publications on the most essential subjects of human life in modern times. He writes in Chinese and in English on ancient philosophy, development and other significant subjects. These books are related to his life, his teaching, and the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Herbology, which has spanned over five decades in China and the West. He has also given lectures worldwide on religion, natural philosophy and special practices for spiritual growth. Hua-Ching Ni spent years of his youth learning from highly achieved masters in the mountains of Mainland China. He was raised in a long family tradition of healing and spirituality, which he offers to the world. His two sons, Drs. Daoshing and Maoshing Ni, and his students and friends support his work. Hua-Ching Ni continues to devote his life to making a spiritual contribution for the benefit of this and future generations. The heritage he receives is the achievement of Maters dating back to the prehistoric age of China. He is fully developed from the benefit of all Masters in all aspects of ancient science and metaphysics, thus he was chosen to be a teacher of natural truth and worldly spiritual integration.
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Hua-Ching Ni is an author, teacher, a healer who addresses the essential nature of human life an assists people with personal growth and development. Having been raised in a long family tradition of healing and spirituality, Hua-Ching Ni spent his youth learning from highly achieved masters in the mountains of China. He is the beneficiary of a broad spiritual tradition passed down since the golden age of China.
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Table of Contents

Preface i
1. Memory From My Heart: My Father, Grandmaster Ni, Yo San 1
2. A Restored Record of a Public Trial in China (1966) Between the Red Guards and Grandmaster Ni, Yo San 17
3. Ascension of the Soul of Grandmaster Ni, Yo San 23
4. Eternal Light: Teaching of Grandmaster Ni, Yo San 35
5. The Essential Practice 58
6. Return to the Vital Source 80
7. The Use of These Practices 86
8. The Spirit of a Taoist 97
9. An Outline of the Integral Truth 106
10. Guidance for Deep Meditation 112
11. The Possibility of the Attainment of Tao 116
12. Timetable for Everyday Life 125
13. My Childhood Education from my Parents 127
14. About My Father, Grandmaster Ni, Yo San: Excerpts from The Book of Changes and The Unchanging Truth 136
15. Spiritual Development Helps Healing Capability 157
16. Conclusion: The New Progressed Human World 175
Afterward 181
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