We all want long, healthy, happy, and productive lives. What are the spiritual principles and ancient wisdoms needed to achieve this?
A Tao Grandmaster distills the essential knowledge from thousands of years of sages and introduces powerful new insights and accessible practices to help you achieve longevity and even move in the direction of immortality, while never losing sight of the true purpose of our existence.
How can longevity be best attained?
Is immortality possible? What is the true reason we should want longevity, and even to strive for immortality? How can we do it?
The spiritual principles and practical techniques from thousands of years of ancient wisdom, together with powerful new insights and a "how to" practice that will actually yield results, are distilled into this book.
Very few will actually attain immortality, but in following the principles and practices in this book, every aspect of life will benefit.
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About the Author
Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha is a world-renowned healer, Tao Grandmaster, philanthropist, humanitarian, and creator of Tao Calligraphy. He is the founder of Soul Mind Body Medicine™ and an eleven-time New York Times bestselling author. An MD in China and a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine in China and Canada, Master Sha is the founder of the Institute of Soul Healing and Enlightenment™ and the Love Peace Harmony Foundation™, which is dedicated to helping families worldwide create happier and healthier lives. A grandmaster of many ancient disciplines, including tai chi, qigong, kung fu, feng shui, and the I Ching, Master Sha was named Qigong Master of the Year at the Fifth World Congress on Qigong. In 2006, he was honored with the prestigious Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Commission Award for his humanitarian efforts, and in 2016 Master Sha received rare and prestigious appointments as Shu Fa Jia (National Chinese Calligrapher Master) and Yan Jiu Yuan (Honorable Researcher Professor), the highest titles a Chinese calligrapher can receive, by the State Ethnic of Academy of Painting in China.
Table of Contents
List of FiguresIntroductionPart I: Tao NaturesChapter OneChapter TwoChapter ThreeChapter FourChapter FiveChapter SixChapter SevenChapter EightChapter NineChapter TenChapter ElevenPart II: Tao BodyChapter TwelveChapter ThirteenPart III: Attain TaoChapter FourteenChapter FifteenChapter SixteenChapter SeventeenChapter EighteenChapter NineteenAppendix