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The Laozi, Daodejing By Paul Gibson
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The Laozi, Daodejing (also published in as The Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching) is a new translation and commentary for 2015 and beyond. Unlike many other translations, this book's commentary invites the... More > reader into the interpretive process. It provides the reader with a look into the visuals that make up key Chinese characters in order to assist the reader in understanding its practical philosophy of Realism. The 2500 year old Chinese text is not about rights and wrongs, nor is it about trying to change the world so that it suits you. It is about how we regard value and how this sense of value may, in turn, inform ourselves. It is about how adapting ourselves to the world as it exists may make the world a better place in which all can live. It might best be regarded as self-help philosophy.< Less
Six at a Table By Ajani Abdul-Khaliq
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A group of friends sets out on a quest for knowledge. Although they differ in their perspectives on humanity and its place in the world, they all consider themselves “Western Daoists”... More > using a mutated blend of Buddhism-Daoism, curiosity, and practicality to outline what needs to be done.< Less
Lao Tse. Tao Te Ching By Vladimir Antonov
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Tao Te Ching was written by great Chinese spiritual adept Lao Tse about 2500 years ago. It is one of the most fundamental textbooks on philosophy and methodology of spiritual development.
Zhuangzi, The divine classic of Nan hua By Frederic Henry Balfour
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Mr. Frederic Henry Balfour was the first Sinologue to translate Zhuangzi. He was followed by Mr. Herbert Gile (Zhuangzi, mystic, moralist, and social reformer, 1886) and Dr. Legge (The texts of... More > Taoism, 1891, vols 1 and 2). Mr. Giles provided an analysis of this first translation in the China Review, 1883, 11:1-15 and Dr. Legge in the preface of his translation (pp. xviii). In the words of Dr. Legge, “it was no small achievement to be the first to endeavor to lift up the veil from Zhuangzi. Even a first translation, though imperfect, is not without benefit to others who come after, and are able to do better.” The purpose of this reedition is to provide this first translation for historical and comparative purposes. The language and concepts used in the Zhuangzi are for me so complex and subtle that having several translations at hand is one of the steps to approach this incredibly rich esoteric text. ISBN-13: 978-1-944175-17-7< Less
Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching: The Way By Tom Noe
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This version of the Tao Te Ching is not a translation, but my personal attempt to come to terms with this classic of religion and literature. Here is the text alone, without history and without... More > comment. Much of what Lao Tzu says is addressed to people of power, but all of us, powerful or not, can learn from him or, rather, he can help us to unlearn what we think we know. I have loved this book for many years, because it has challenged me, as a Christian, to think in new ways about God’s presence in the world as the abiding Holy Spirit. Lao Tzu wasn’t thinking about the Holy Spirit when he produced this masterpiece, but God has always been here in the world for all to see, and I think Lao Tzu saw him. In Christ, God humbled himself to become a human being, and this counter-intuitive way—a profound humility at the center of human life—wouldn’t seem strange at all to Lao Tzu. I can almost hear him now: “Be quiet! Just let them read it!"< Less
flowing in the Way By j dubh
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The ancient text of the Tao Te Ching is reimagined as poetry in plain language. Instead of a translation, the mystical words of the Old Master are presented in an open and accessible way while still... More > maintaining the brevity and complexity of the original text.< Less
The Four Taoist Classics – Daodejing, Huahujing, Zhuangzi and Liezi By Roy Melvyn
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These four books, most commonly known as Tao Te Ching, Hua Hu Ching, Chuang Tsu and Lieh Tzu, are spiritual food of the highest order providing clarifying guidance to those who study them. For those... More > who are open to a Taoist viewpoint, the books give profound insights into human nature, society, the natural world and the processes of life. Slowly but surely altering the reader's outlook and values, and guiding he or she on their way. The insights gained here are not just for intellectual stimulation. This is a collection which can be applied to everyday situations and yet does not shirk from metaphysics.< Less
Detour By Sacha Archer
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Dao, in the context of the Dao De Jing, is traditionally translated as the Way. This can be understood as a path (away from paths). Here, the text of the Dao De Jing has been sent on a detour through... More > automatic internet translators. Each section of the Dao De Jing was cumulatively translated 81 times, taking a cue from the text, which has 81 sections, displaying a fidelity to the auspicious number.< Less
These Daoist Bones By Gu Shen Yu
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Since ancient times, Daoists have used poetry and other art forms to express mystical experience, convey teaching, and transmit energy. A Daoist poem arises naturally out of the stillness of an empty... More > mind, like fresh grasses in the springtime. Embracing both wuji (the unchanging absolute) and taiji (the dynamic polar world), a Daoist poem expresses the poet’s encounter with Dao (the way). In this collection, an American Daoist priest shares poetry inspired by his study of Daoist scripture and practice of Zuowang meditation (sitting forgetting).< Less
These Daoist Bones By Gu Shen Yu
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Since ancient times, Daoists have used poetry and other art forms to express mystical experience, convey teaching, and transmit energy. A Daoist poem arises naturally out of the stillness of an empty... More > mind, like fresh grasses in the springtime. Embracing both wuji (the unchanging absolute) and taiji (the dynamic polar world), a Daoist poem expresses the poet’s encounter with Dao (the way). In this collection, an American Daoist priest shares poetry inspired by his study of Daoist scripture and practice of Zuowang meditation (sitting forgetting).< Less

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