Evolve Heaven on Earth: Foundation of a New Spiritual Life

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Read about the Taoist tradition of the Integral Way and how vital it is for today! To evolve heaven on earth means cultivating the wisdom, kindness, and courage that can be transformed into universal love. Hua-Ching and Mao Shing Ni take us on a journey that first explores the essence of the world’s major religions. Introducing us to spiritual leaders and sages, the authors explore the values of naivety, humanism, and the unity of life. In China, achieved beings known as immortals exemplify the realms of the ...

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Overview

Read about the Taoist tradition of the Integral Way and how vital it is for today! To evolve heaven on earth means cultivating the wisdom, kindness, and courage that can be transformed into universal love. Hua-Ching and Mao Shing Ni take us on a journey that first explores the essence of the world’s major religions. Introducing us to spiritual leaders and sages, the authors explore the values of naivety, humanism, and the unity of life. In China, achieved beings known as immortals exemplify the realms of the soul, and inner light that guide us toward a life of virtue. A refreshing spiritual perspective of humanity at one with Nature is taught by engaging us with inspiring verses and rich insights. Reading the book promotes a peaceful mind while providing useful life guidance and practices for spiritual cultivation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781887575324
  • Publisher: SevenStar Communications Group
  • Publication date: 9/3/2012
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Hua-Ching Ni is a spiritual master in the Taoist tradition of the Integral Way. He first studied with his family and then with teachers, recluses, and hermits in the high mountains of China. In the 1970s he came to America where he taught, practiced Chinese medicine, and wrote over fifty books. He and his sons, Drs. Daoshing and Mao Shing Ni, founded Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Los Angeles in 1989.

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Table of Contents

Preface: Great Love of Humanity xv

Foreword: Live in the Heavenly Kingdom xiii

Introduction Spiritual Teaching for All xvii

Part I Quest for Spiritual Unity

Chapter 1 Sipping Tea 2

Chapter 2 Have a Clear Spiritual Vision 7

Chapter 3 Image and Imageless 15

Chapter 4 Seeking the Light 19

Chapter 5 Power of God 25

Chapter 6 What do You Believe? 30

Chapter 7 Support a Healthy Mind and Spirit 40

Chapter 8 Universal Spirit of the True One 47

Part II Two Sons of the Heavenly Kingdom

Chapter 9 The Way and Religion 56

Chapter 10 Merit of Jesus 61

Chapter 11 Who was Lao Tzu? 68

Chapter 12 Essence of Lao Tzu 72

Chapter 13 A Universal Model 78

Chapter 14 Pursuing the Universal Way 83

Chapter 15 Embrace the Unity 88

Chapter 16 Dependable Spiritual Benefit 96

Part III World of Spirits

Chapter 17 What are Life Spirits? 108

Chapter 18 Praise the Spirits of Life 112

Chapter 19 The Internal World 116

Chapter 20 Spiritual Faith 127

Chapter 21 Law of Spiritual Resemblance 137

Chapter 22 The White Enterprise 145

Part IV Surpass the Self

Chapter 23 True Spiritual Teaching 154

Chapter 24 Value of Internal Practice 164

Chapter 25 Surpass the Self 169

Chapter 26 The Immortal To Be 176

Chapter 27 Internal Reformation 181

Chapter 28 Secret of the Inner Light 189

Chapter 29 Ordinary Souls and Immortals 196

Chapter 30 Nine Heavens of Achieving Immortality 202

Part V Path of the I Ching

Chapter 31 Care for Your Precious Life 206

Chapter 32 How to Realize Heaven in Life 209

Chapter 33 Internal Alchemy 214

Chapter 34 Path of the I Ching 231

Chapter 35 What is Your Reward? 246

Part VI Reflections on the Heavenly Kingdom

Chapter 36 The Great Way Unites Heaven and People 250

Chapter 37 Pure Spiritual Practice 254

Chapter 38 Spiritual Estheticism 261

Chapter 39 Tao of Fu Shi 271

Chapter 40 Unite with Nature 273

Part VII A New Foundation

Chapter 41 Purity Prayer for the New Millennium 282

Chapter 42 Bow to the Universal Divine Oneness 285

Chapter 43 Be Receptive to Cosmic Chi 287

Chapter 44 Foundation of a New Spiritual Life 293

Index 307

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