Search Results: 'dao'

Search

×
×
×
×
349 results for "dao"
Dao De Jing By Joseph McHugh
Hardcover: $57.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
Perfectly faithful and beautifully illustrated English translation of the Dao De Jing (Tao Te Ching), complete with commentary, original Chinese Text (Traditional and Simplified) and phonetic... More > transcription. The book also serves as an introduction to translating Classical Chinese into English, complete with instructions, full glossaries and exhaustive index.< Less
JIA DAO REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Ed.
eBook (PDF): $5.99
(1 Ratings)
JIA DAO (Chia Tao) 779-843, was a poet from The Tang capital of Chang’an, born in Hebei— and entered a Buddhist order when young. He left the monastery around 810 to be a follower of Han... More > Yu. He spent the rest of my life in Chang’an, except for minor official posts in years before his death. In the early 9th. Century his group's strong belief was the moral efficacy of poetry and the importance of traditional values, which led to experiments with a wide variety of poetic styles, in order to extend the range of themes, diction and vocabulary acceptable in a poem. He was a successful poet,however some of the critics have found my work lacking in intellectual depth.< Less
JIA DAO REMEMBERED By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Ed.
Paperback: $14.99
Prints in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
JIA DAO (Chia Tao) 779-843, was a poet from The Tang capital of Chang’an, born in Hebei— and entered a Buddhist order when young. He left the monastery around 810 to be a follower of Han... More > Yu. He spent the rest of my life in Chang’an, except for minor official posts in years before his death. In the early 9th. Century his group's strong belief was the moral efficacy of poetry and the importance of traditional values, which led to experiments with a wide variety of poetic styles, in order to extend the range of themes, diction and vocabulary acceptable in a poem. He was a successful poet,however some of the critics have found my work lacking in intellectual depth.< Less
Dao Tong's Heavy Heart By Hua M. Conry
Paperback: $18.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
Dao Tong has been ordered by the Sky King to perform a song for the death of the Sky King’s daughter. Upon Dao Tong’s return home, he finds that his wife has gone missing–she was... More > taken by a tiger! Thus, Dao Tong sets forth on a journey to find her and save her from the tigers. The rage that he carried in his heart from this misfortune finds its way back to him at the end, when his wife reveals to him a surprise that would curse him forever. About Hmong Folktales: Folktales are told orally from memory and have reoccurring or common themes. These include love, marriage, spirits, tragedies, repetition and humanizing animals. The setting in these stories mimics everyday life in Laos. There are many forms used to tell these stories, such as dialogue, poetry and singing. One story can include more than one of these forms. Hmong folktales are told from one generation to the next. Aside from bedtime entertainment, each folktale has a moral and lesson.< Less
Wu Shi Dao By Mark Beardsell
Paperback: $17.38
Prints in 3-5 business days
In Wu Shi Dao, you will see some Krav Maga, Wing Chun, Jeet Kune Do and Karate and a little Aikido, you will see some rolls and locks and how to fall well, you will see trapping and striking and... More > kicks from various arts, also included is the translation from hand to knife for real life battle fighting, this form of fighting is meant to be used on the street however excessive force is illegal so you have to be careful what you do, we also take everyday objects such as Belts, coats, bags and use them to defend attackers who are wielding weapons.< Less
THE DAO OF SEO - 2009 Edition By Kenneth Sproul
Paperback: $87.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
Figuring out the SEO world is like trying to solve a great mystery with every truth having an exception and every exception being someone’s truth. All too often, it is a world full of... More > half-truths and urban myths. For those of you just looking for tips or step-by-step guidelines, these first few pages may be a hard read, unless you like philosophy. The reason is simple: I have to tell you why I have called this book “The Dao of SEO”. It concerns the number one mistake people make when trying to succeed on the Internet and it concerns the philosophical reasons for that mistake. I have to talk about the philosophy of Daoism and Yin/Yang theory. Don’t worry; it will be fun! In my Book, you will learn industry-jargon, such as, Optimization, SEO, Spiders and Crawlers, Algorithm, Search Engine Ranking, SERP, On-Page Versus Off-Page Ranking Factors, Link Popularity, Page Rank, Toolbar Page Rank, White Hat SEO, Black Hat SEO, Source and Source Code, and much, much more.< Less
Dao De Jing By Laozi
eBook (ePub): $4.48
The book is fundamental to both philosophical and religious Taoism and strongly influenced other schools, such as Legalism, Confucianism and Chinese Buddhism, which when first introduced into China... More > was largely interpreted through the use of Daoist words and concepts. Many Chinese artists, including poets, painters, calligraphers, and even gardeners have used the Daodejing as a source of inspiration. Its influence has also spread widely outside East Asia, and is amongst the most translated works in world literature. This book strongly influenced New Thought movements in west including James Allen.< Less
DAO CHI (WAY OF ENERGY) By Mike Baharmast
Paperback: $36.10
Prints in 3-5 business days
SAGA OF MORPHOLOGICAL FLOWS AND ACTS OF CREATION
DAO CHI (WAY OF ENERGY) By Mike Baharmast
eBook (PDF): $10.00
SAGA OF MORPHOLOGICAL FLOWS AND ACTS OF CREATION
Dao De Jing By Arthur L Williams
Paperback: $8.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
An interlingual edition of the Daoist Classic, featuring traditional Chinese, pinyin transliteration, and English translation. A companion to the study guide The 800 Words

Top 10

see more >