Monday, June 11, 2018
Tao Wisdom is Daily Living Wisdom
Wisdom is an important aspect of living because we need it not so much to make a success of living as to live well. In order to live well, understanding the ancient Tao wisdom plays a pivotal role, especially in its application in contemporary living. Understanding the ancient Tao wisdom is to live well.
What Is Tao Wisdom?
Tao wisdom is the ancient wisdom from
based on the the sage Lao Tzu who was born a few centuries before Christ. China
Lao Tzu was the author of the immortal ancient classic "Tao Te Ching" which has become one of the most translated works in world literature. The word "tao" literally means "way" or "pathway", and hence "the Way" referring to Tao wisdom, which is the wisdom of Lao Tzu. It must be pointed out that Lao Tzu was reluctant to write "Tao Te Ching" because he believed that true wisdom must be intuited and therefore could never be expressed in words. But he was told explicitly that he would be permitted to leave
he had finished his book. Very much against his will, he deliberately put down
his wisdom in exactly 5,000 words, without any punctuation mark. As a result,
his profound wisdom was concise, intriguing, and even controversial. Tibet
Tao wisdom plays a pivotal role in wisdom in living. For one thing, Tao wisdom enables you to live a stress-free life, which is almost impossible in this day and age. For another, it shows you how to have an empty mind, giving clarity of thinking without any conditioned mindset. The essentials of Tao wisdom provide a blueprint for living a life of balance and harmony, which is the prerequisite of self-healing or recovery from any autoimmune disease.
The Book of Life and Living is a 190-page book on wisdom in living, based on the integration of conventional wisdom, the ancient wisdom of Tao from
and the spiritual wisdom. The art of living well is holistic living with
harmony of the body, the mind, and the spirit. Life is short. Make the
best and the most out of your life. Learn how to use your mind to control your
thoughts to live the life you want. China
Also, visit my website: Wisdom in Living.
Copyright©2018 by Stephen Lau
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