- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
Science, psychology, and medicine should no longer claim that the etiology of disease and the nature of life be confined to physical matter. Nor can their practitioners ignore the human spirit or life force itself, a reality based on an integrated, splendid and physical energy in all. The truth of life is that all creation, from physical matter to people, ...
Science, psychology, and medicine should no longer claim that the etiology of disease and the nature of life be confined to physical matter. Nor can their practitioners ignore the human spirit or life force itself, a reality based on an integrated, splendid and physical energy in all. The truth of life is that all creation, from physical matter to people, is perfectly connected by the same eternally boundless and amazing cosmic consciousness or energy. The challenge is to understand existence and the universe from a holistic perspective that unifies matter, consciousness, and spirit.
The author's path of self-discovery seeking out ancient and contemporary Golden Lands of healing Light rekindles and reaffirms great faith in the ancient Tao energy path to physical and spiritual health that readers can apply in their own lives. The strategies are derived from a unique seven-faceted path of Tao for Golden Light energy cultivation.
|Introducing The Search of Healing||1|
|Prologue Enter the Golden Triangle||3|
|1||Investigating Ancient and Contemporary Methods||11|
|Part 1||Golden Light Healer||27|
|2||Interview with a Remarkable Healer||29|
|3||Golden Light Healing||45|
|Part 2||The Golden Light Lands||65|
|4||The Making of a Mystic||67|
|5||The Fabulous Golden Peninsula||84|
|Part 3||Northern Light||103|
|7||Tao Energy Initiation||122|
|8||Harnessing Tao Energy||133|
|Part 4||Energy Psychophysiology||145|
|9||Tao Energy Transmission||147|
|10||Lighting up Virginia||160|
|11||The Psychology of Resilience||171|
|Part 5||Meso-American Jade||183|
|13||Down Mayan Way||195|
|14||Lady of Guadalupe||206|
|15||Pioneer Heart Meditation||217|
|Part 6||Return to the Gold||225|
|16||Hearts Wide Still||227|
|17||Path of Gold||242|
|18||Beyond the Golden Triangle||250|
Posted May 21, 2014
Be realistic! No wings, powers, etc. NO GODMODDING! All new members must start out at the Statdust rank (this is not determined by age.) The members who are in the Stardust and Star ranks musr be trained by a Comet rank cat or a Planet rank cat. Obey the rules of your rank. Do not post ads in other clans! Do not say or hint that you want a higher rank. The leader will decide when you are ready to advance in rank. Reserve personal dens with the leader (look at the map to see what res to reserve a den is at). At that res, put down your name and the leader will assign you a den. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 17, 2001
Review of Tao of Healing. This is an exciting book, one of adventure, of travel, of healing, of truly being of help to others. The author, through his culture,heritage, and education is a man who bridges both East and West. He grew up in Malaysia of Chinese ancestry, and then immigrated to North America to become established as an academic in Western psychology. On a visit back to his birthplace of Georgetown, Malaysia he encountered an indigenous healer, Master Sifu, who became his mentor on the path of becoming an authentic healer himself. 'Suddenly, I was conscious of the gathering darkness around us and the loud croaking of numerous tiny, green frogs in the pond. Soon the night insects would add to the cacophony. It was time to call it a night, but one that I would long remember. I had uncovered an energy healing approach that promised to match the challenges facing humanity in the next century.' This book is a narrative that blends personal and cultural history, travel, spirituality, and a quest for truth. It is open and readable. His descriptions of people, places and cultures is quite astonishing. He has that rare knack of giving precise and concise physical descriptions of places that instantly convey the experience of being there. 'The conference room was an imposing, ornate shrine hall in the expansive main Wat nesting within a verdant forest. Attending were seventy government workers, most in somber, monochrome Thai uniforms, while a few women were dressed in traditional, colorful silk blouses and sarongs. They were all seated cross-legged on the dark, gleaming teak floor. Others were leaning against regal, red pillars and gilded, decorative walls that adorned the elegant structure.' I learned much about the present and ancient cultures of Southeast Asia as well as North America. It is a highly specific and accurate guide to discovering energy as a healing method. Perhaps most surprising of all, it integrates Taoist and Buddhist wisdom. The author writes with courage, precision and integrity. There is an expression in Buddhism called ¿The Lion¿s Roar¿ about the fearless proclamation of the Dharma. This book has that quality. ¿Does the Buddha talk about energy?¿ I asked. ¿Indeed, Buddhism refers to energy all the time. The sacred texts and the Buddha when referring to mind, spirit, and karma, really talked about energy. Pure energy is called Emptiness or the Void.¿ I said that his constant highlighting of letting go and Emptiness reminded me very much of the core of Buddhist philosophy. He replied, ¿Yes, the essence of CFQ meditation is the Heart Sutra.¿ I let what he had just said sink in slowly. This was the first time Sifu ever mentioned the Heart Sutra to me. I explained that I had been studying it, just before leaving home. In fact I had been fascinated with it since early youth. I suddenly understood why I had been so much taken with CFQ meditation, when Sifu first introduced it to me more than three years earlier. I found that I got more out each reading and that as I reread the book I experienced feeling suffused with a warm glow. There are books that instruct but leave the reader feeling intellectually wrung out; there are books that inspire but seem to have no meat in them; and there is this book which both touches and informs. I recommend it highly to both the newcomers and advanced practitioners. I have no complaints about this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.