Taoism - Taoism The Old Master was Lao Tzu and was born in...

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Taoism The Old Master was Lao Tzu and was born in 604 b.c. The three meanings of Tao (path) 1) The way of the ultimate reality – to vast for human rationality to fathom 2) The way of the universe – the norm, the rhythm, the driving power in all nature 3) The way of human life when it meshes with the Tao if the universe Three Approaches to Power and the Taoism’s That Follow Tao Te Ching – the title of Taoism’s basic text means the Way and Its Power Two have standard designations; philosophical and religious which is also called popular Taoism The third is to diverse to have acquired a single title Philosophical Taoism Not really organized, like a self help program, teachers are like coaches. Try to conserve there te by expanding efficiently. Most “exportable” of the three. An attitude towards life. Associated with the names of Lao Tzu, Chuang Tzu, and the Tao Te Ching Augmented Power: Taoist Hygiene and Yoga Taoist “adepts” were all engaged in training programs of some sort. The word ch’I
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2009 for the course HST 102.07 taught by Professor Malik during the Spring '07 term at SUNY Brockport.

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