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“A long time ago there was a musician who could charm birds and fish into dancing with his music. A lute player named Wen . . . wanted to acquire the skill. So he left his family and went to study with the master musician Hsiang. “For a long time Wen could not play anything. […]
An Eighth Century Chinese Poem The wild geese fly across the long sky above. Their image is reflected upon the chilly water below. The geese do not mean to cast their image on the water; Nor does the water mean to hold the image of the geese. (Creativity and Taoism: A Study of Chinese Philosophy, […]
“Who is a sage? What is an enlightened person? Are they people who are known and respected by many? Or are they the ones who hide their knowledge and wisdom and appear like ordinary persons? Lieh Tzu thinks that enlightened people are those who speak rarely and do not reveal their abilities and accomplishments casually” […]
“By taking the path of nonaction, wu-wei, nothing is left undone and everything is accomplished. . . . Nonaction means to not take any action that goes against nature” (Simple Taoism: A Guide to Living in Balance by C. Alexander Simpkins PH.D and Annellen Simpkins PH.D, p. 69). A Quiet Mind To act without acting […]
“Like a dry skeleton is his frame; Like sparkless ashes is his mind. Genuine is his knowledge, solid and true, Not supported by reasoning. Dark and dim, he has no mind, Not accessible to discussion. O! Lo! What kind of person is he now? In this story we have a good illustration of tranquility achieved […]
“We are born with what the Taoists call the Mind of Tao, but the conditioning of society distorts it and replaces it with the Human Mind. Taoists believe that before we can resurrect this hidden Mind of Tao, we need to go into a process of Thawing, a de-conditioning of the ideas we already consciously […]
Of late I deeply devote myself to quiescence. Nothing in the world concerns my mind . . . . The breeze from the pine woods blows my sash; The mountain moon shines above my harp. You ask me to explain the reason of failure or success. The fisherman’s song goes deep into the river. –Wang […]
Gain by Losing “Taoists advise people not to seek recognition or public acclaim. Instead, act humbly, and quietly pursue the development of personal talents. Tao is not fulfilled in external awards or recognition but in accomplishing for itself” (Simple Taoism: A Guide to Living in Balance by C. Alexander Simpkins and Annellen Simpkins, p.67). Kill […]
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