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- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 168.00
At the core of Daoism are ancient ideas concerning the Way, the fundamental process of existence (the Dao). Humans, as individuals and as a society, should be aligned with the Dao in order to attain the fullness of life and its potential. This book presents the history of early Daoism, tracing the development of the tradition between the first and... more...
- The Edwin Mellen Press 2008; US$ 159.95
This book is a study of the recruitment strategies and conversion rhetoric in contemporary religious movements, focusing primarily on two movements in Taiwan, Tzu Chi and Falun Gong. The author demonstrates that an examination of such rhetoric has the potential to provide genuine insights into how a given religion gains adherents. This book contains... more...
- Springer 2010; US$ 209.00
Contrasting with conventional Neo-Confucian attempts to recast the Confucian heritage in light of modern Western values, this book offers a Reconstructionist Confucian project to reclaim Confucian resources to meet contemporary moral and public policy challenges. Ruiping Fan argues that popular accounts of human goods and social justice within the... more...
- Hay House 2010; US$ 14.95
Enter the transformational world of the Three Sisters of the Tao with best-selling author Terah Kathryn Collins as she chronicles their sagacious counsel on how to sustainor regainthe Way of the Heart. Terahs provocative dialogues with each Sister draw you into the intimacy of their inner circle, each conversation a journey into the... more...
- Tuttle Publishing 2012; US$ 17.95
The Gold Pavilion: Taoist Ways to Peace, Health, and Long Life is a step-by-step description of a way of Taoist meditation from ancient China. This book proposes a way to find inner peace and wholeness in a world with little time for quiet contemplation. more...
- Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2012; US$ 19.95
Dating from the Tang dynasty, this unusual tantric guide documents a sexual tantra that is thought to have been practiced by kings for several dynasties. The ancient text, translated into English for the first time, carefully describes the methods of this sexual internal alchemy practice in beautiful poetry and prose, with explanatory commentaries. more...
- Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2013; US$ 19.95
Lindsey Wei, a young American-Chinese woman, is drawn to the Wudang Mountains on a quest to understand her ancestral roots and discover the hidden knowledge of Daoist martial arts and spiritual wisdom. This book follows her journey with Li Shi Fu, a hermetic Daoist recluse, as she establishes herself as a worthy disciple of the internal arts. more...
- World Scientific Publishing Company 2013; US$ 127.00
This book is the Magnum Opus dedicated to Mr Chi Yun Chang, a prominent historian as well as the founder of Chinese Culture University. This book illustrates the six elements of Confucius' teachings: Philosophy of Life Ethics, Philosophy of Education, Philosophy of Creation, Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Providence and Philosophy of Peace.The... more...
- Columbia University Press 2013; US$ 49.99
Only by inhabiting Dao (the Way of Nature) and dwelling in its unity can humankind achieve true happiness and freedom, in both life and death. This is Daoist philosophy?s central tenet, espoused by the person—or group of people—known as Zhuangzi (369?-286? B.C.E.) in a text by the same name. To be free, individuals must discard rigid distinctions... more...