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The Chinese Lunar Calendar

The Chinese Lunar Calendar starts on Chinese New Year, which falls generally on the first full moon in February. Each moon is divided into two parts, and each has it's own festivals and celebrations.

Chinese New Year starts the year with The First Moo

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ADifferent Perspective

I read the postings here and thought it would be interesting to you to get an introduction to the school to which I belong. You may be surprised at what you find, and it probably won't be what you have learned about Taoism. In fact, this is PURE Taoi

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2 Replies · Reply by Brian Maloney Mar 8, 2020

The enlightened mind

While I am a member of an enlightenment school of Taoism, my school does not put much emphasis on the word enlightenment. Instead, the emphasis is on learning about the mind and how to use it properly. The mind has three levels, intellectual, emotion

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Tao Te Ching




The way you can go

isn't the real way.

The name you can say

isn't the real name.

Heaven and earth

begin in the unnamed:

name's the mother

of the ten thousand things.

So the unwanting soul 

sees what's hidden,

and the ever-wanting soul


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3 Replies · Reply by Moon Jun 16, 2019

Dragon Veins

Shan Hussain Beautiful Earth Moving Pictures originally shared: Misty mountain hop

From Taoism by John Blofeld

''Since pure yang, also known as cosmic yang, pertains to heaven and pure or cosmic yin to earth, there has to be a means for them to comingle. It is taught that, at certain places, there are 'dragon veins', that is to

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2 Replies · Reply by Moon Mar 19, 2019


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Teh - Natural integrity, one's authentic inner power

Also called Te or De

The middle word of the name of Lao Tzu's classic 6th century BC book - Tao Te Ching or Dao De Jing


Tao means ''way'' and Teh or Te is the embodiment of that way, also known

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2 Replies · Reply by Moon Jan 10, 2018