365 Tao: Daily Meditations

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Harper Collins, Jul 17, 1992 - Religion - 400 pages
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Place the word Tao
Into your heart.
Use no other words.

The Tao is constantly moving, the path that all life and the whole universe takes. There is nothing that is not part of it—harmonious living is to know and to move with the Tao—it is a way of life, the natural order of things, a force that flows through all life.

365 Tao is a contemporary book of meditations on what it means to be wholly a part of the Taoist way, and thus to be completely in harmony with oneself and the surrounding world.

Deng Ming-Dao is the author of eight books, including The Living I Ching, Chronicles of Tao, Everyday Tao, and Scholar Warrior. His books have been translated into fifteen languages. He studied qigong, philosophy, meditation, and internal martial arts with Taoist master Kwan Saihung for thirteen years, and with two other masters before that.

 

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This book helped to keep me grounded and in good spiritual state of mind during very trying times..

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Those who gave this a poor review seem to think the book is The Tao. It is not. It is a book of wonderful, powerful meditations based on The Tao by a brilliant Chinese author.
The cover has since
been changed to reflect the fact it is a book of meditations. The cover herein shown makes it appear it is The Tao.
The meditations are beautiful and they help one get through the day, through bad patches, even tragedies with dignity and grace and understanding. They provide the reader with daily ammunition to face the difficulties of like. Also to face the good things and to know that nothing, good or bad, is permanent.
I've been through many books of meditation but find this by far one of the best.
 

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Deng Ming-Dao is the author of eight books, including 365 Tao, Everyday Tao, Scholar Warrior, and Chronicles of Tao. His books have been translated into fifteen languages. He studied qigong, philosophy, meditation, and internal martial arts with Taoist master Kwan Saihung for thirteen years, and studied with two other masters before that. He is an award-winning graphic designer and fine artist whose work is in several collections, including those of the Brooklyn Museum and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Deng’s watercolors appear at the beginning of each chapter in this I Ching.

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