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More information about the Ebook: Lao Tzu and Tao Te Ching Revealed

This is the PDF version of the course with the same title. This version is delivered without bonus, online assistance and quiz. If you wish these features too, you must take the course version instead. The PDF version is made of the following ten lessons:

1. Who Is Lao Tzu?
A short introduction to Lao Tzu life.
2. Introduction to the Tao Te Ching (name, structure, concepts)
Short introduction to the content of Tao Te Ching.
3. What is Tao?
Explains the meaning of the term Tao.
4. What is Emptiness (wu)?
Explains the meaning of wu – emptiness.
5. What is Nondoing (wu-wei)
Explains the meaning of wu-wei – nondoing.
6. Yin and Yang Principles in Tao Te Ching
Yin and yang as they appear in Tao Te Ching.
7. The Spirit of Mysterious Valley
The meaning of the most obscure concept of Tao Te Ching.
8. Naturalness (tzu-jan)
Explains this concept
9. P’u – Simplicity
Explains the meaning of the term p’u.
10. The Art of Meditation in Tao Te Ching
A hint to the meditation method in Tao Te Ching.

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  1. Richard Griffin says:

    The Tao Teh Ching is something I quite often read now and agin and every time I read it I see it in a different way and meaning. For myself I try to not to understand what is written. Instead I am awakened by the profoundness of the understanding of the meaning of what I read. I believe it would be of benifit to be taught as part education in the schools. I also believe that it would benifit the future generation and the world as a whole. Richard Griffin

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  2. Richard Griffin says:

    An example of my understanding of the Tao Teh Ching and what it means to me.

    From what I have read and understand of the Tao Teh Ching and Lao-Tzu Laozi is that he wrote the Tao Teh Ching at a time when there was a lot of war and chaos in China. He was an educated man and at that time very few were privileged enough to get such an education. He was a philosopher and a government archivist, he was well respected for his ideas on how to live a virtuous and harmonious life.

    He believed that to live life without attachments and desirers was to live in harmony with nature or Wu Wei (Non-assertion or Non-compulsion). To live with desire clouds the mind as one is never satisfied with what one has to live without desires one has peace and is comfortable with what one has.

    He also taught that everything comes on its own time and will arrange itself in its own order according to nature. Nature cannot be seen but is everywhere and in the order of unforeseen things. An example may be if there is a time for war, it will come of its own time when nature allows it to come to fruition.

    Chapter one to me means that the Tao is nothing but everything seen but yet unseen to realize the Tao is to be one with all empty of thought and desire to just let things come on their own as it will be what it will be and cannot be other than that which is.

    Chapter two is everything is in a dance with its opposing self to allow things to be what they will be according to the Tao and their own nature.

    Chapter three the Sage sets an example that the people will follow be as they are to be simple and in doing so they will follow his example because he lives as they do.
    Chapter four the Tao is unseen it is wise to follow its simplicity
    In closing, to me the Tao is away to live in such away as to be in harmony with all that is. The thinking mind is never still the stillness is what Tao is. Tao is all that is pure, gentle, kind and knows all that is beautiful. It is three letters but yet more.

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