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Sacred Wisdom: Tao Te Ching: 81 Verses by Lao Tzu with Introduction and Commentary
     

Sacred Wisdom: Tao Te Ching: 81 Verses by Lao Tzu with Introduction and Commentary

by Ralph Allen Dale (Translator), Ralph Alan Dale (Translator)
 

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The Tao Te Ching is universally renowned as a sublimely poetic spiritual teaching by the legendary sage, Lao Tzu. Its easily assimilated aphorisms provide a continuous source of spiritual nourishment, its insights on statesmanship are practical guides for our own time, and, in the West, the Taoist systems of the I Ching, Tai Chi, Qui Gong, and Feng Shui are becoming

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The Tao Te Ching is universally renowned as a sublimely poetic spiritual teaching by the legendary sage, Lao Tzu. Its easily assimilated aphorisms provide a continuous source of spiritual nourishment, its insights on statesmanship are practical guides for our own time, and, in the West, the Taoist systems of the I Ching, Tai Chi, Qui Gong, and Feng Shui are becoming increasingly popular. Ralph Alan Dale’s brilliant translation uniquely captures, as never before, the essential meaning of this profound text.

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‘A magnificent, clear, poetic rendering of the ancient truth’
– Barbara Marx Hubbard

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781842931233
Publisher:
Watkins Media
Publication date:
01/01/1999
Series:
Sacred Wisdom Series
Pages:
244
Product dimensions:
4.38(w) x 6.38(h) x 0.76(d)

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Ralph Alan Dale (1920-2006) was a teacher, researcher, writer, acupuncturist and composer who published more than 70 books, videos and audiobooks over 30 years. He lived in Florida and North Carolina. 

John Cleare is an internationally renowned photographer, specialising in landscapes, mountains and nature.

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