Tao the Subtle Universal Law and the Integral Way of Life

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In the modern world, people are not only separated from their environment, but also from their own bodies and minds. We can learn to integrate all these fragments and return to our original nature. In 'Tao, the Subtle Universal Law', Hua-Ching Ni carefully presents the wisdom and practical methods that the ancient Chinese have successfully used for centuries. To lead a good stable life is to be aware of the actual conjoining of the universal subtle law with every moment and event of our lives. The real meaning of...
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Overview

In the modern world, people are not only separated from their environment, but also from their own bodies and minds. We can learn to integrate all these fragments and return to our original nature. In 'Tao, the Subtle Universal Law', Hua-Ching Ni carefully presents the wisdom and practical methods that the ancient Chinese have successfully used for centuries. To lead a good stable life is to be aware of the actual conjoining of the universal subtle law with every moment and event of our lives. The real meaning of taoist self-discipline is to harmonize with universal law. This is almost the total secret of a Taoist life. The value of this book lies in the fact that it not only tells us 'why' but also 'how.'
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780937064658
  • Publisher: SevenStar Communications Group
  • Publication date: 10/28/2003
  • Edition description: Subsequent
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 170
  • Sales rank: 700,882
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Table of Contents

The Teachings of the Integral Way i
Prelude ii
Preface iii
Introduction v
1. Energy: The Subtle Essence of All Creation 1
2. The Universal Energy Net 30
3. The Human Body and Universal Law 36
4. The Art of Preserving Health 53
5. T'ai Chi Movement, Universal Law and the Law of Individual Being 71
6. The Application and Practice of T'ai Chi Movement 77
7. A Simple and Practical Emotional Life 92
8. The Integral Science of Ethics 101
9. Spiritual Arts 109
10. The Mystical Changes in People of the Integral Way 141
Conclusion 144
Afterword 148
The Spiritual Background of Union of Tao and Man 150
Appendix The Ancient Integral View of the Organs 156
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