Books in category Religion – Taoism

  • Foundations of Daoist Ritual

    Foundations of Daoist Ritual
    Florian C. Reiter

    In 2007 the Chinese Department of Humboldt University (Berlin) staged a symposium on foundations of Daoist ritual. The results in English and Chinese (with summaries) are presented in this book.

  • Hiding the World in the World

    Hiding the World in the World
    Scott Cook

    Presents wide-ranging and up-to-date interpretations of the Zhuangzi, the Daoist classic and one of the most elusive works ever written.

  • Daodejing

    Daodejing
    Laozi

    This new translation draws on the latest archaeological finds and brings out the word play and poetry of the original. Simple commentary accompanies the text, and the introduction provides further historical and interpretative context.

  • Feng Shui The Living Earth Manual

    Feng Shui: The Living Earth Manual
    Stephen Skinner

    This is the perfect book for those new to Feng-Shui or someone who is interested in expanding their knowledge.

  • The Valley Spirit

    The Valley Spirit
    Lindsey Wei

    Originally published under title: The valley spirit: a story of Daoist cultivation: London: Line of Intent Books, c2010.

  • The Book of Thou Does

    The Book of Thou Does
    Xiaozi

    However, there are readers that complained; "Who really knows what is Tao and can please tell us? We have studied the books for years and are sorely perplexed." These are the people who have the right scent in study.

  • Holding Yin Embracing Yang

    Holding Yin, Embracing Yang

    The texts in this collection offer a clear view of the physical, mental, and spiritual methods of Taoist practice, showing why they are important and how these methods all can work together in the cultivation of mental peace, radiant health …

  • Daoism Meditation and the Wonders of Serenity

    Daoism, Meditation, and the Wonders of Serenity
    Stephen Eskildsen

    While the texts discussed follow the legacy of Warring States period Daoism such as the Laozi to a significant degree, they also draw upon medieval immortality methods and Buddhism.

  • Tales of the Dancing Dragon

    Tales of the Dancing Dragon
    Eva Wong

    Wong puts these stories into context, and shows that Taoism is a dynamic spiritual tradition, constantly changing—and being influenced by—history.

  • Asceticism in Early Taoist Religion

    Asceticism in Early Taoist Religion
    Stephen Eskildsen

    Using a wide variety of original sources, this book examines how and why early Taoists carried out such ascetic practices as fasting, celibacy, sleep deprivation, and wilderness seclusion.

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