Chinese Religions Session 2 & 3

Chinese Religions Session 2 & 3 - Chinese Religions...

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Chinese Religions Session 2: Worldview—11/17/2011 Specialties: - Confucianism: External Relationships - Daoism: Internal Worlds and Natural Worlds Daoism - Dao is within you, let go of tendency to fight - Intuned with nature Daoist in Nature - Temptation: To control and conquer the world, to coerce others to do what you want Dao de Jing - Local Daoist aims to be local expression of the Dao Neijing Tu - Map of the inner world - Chart of the inner pathway - Map of what goes inside of you - Humans are suppose to have alignment from within - Inner world of harmony Master Linji Yixuan - Seekers of the Way in Buddhism - Goal: to live the here and now rather than constructs in our mind - Just be here - We will project a lot of worlds, but meditation can help us Chinese Religions Session 3: Sacred Texts—11/17/2011 Confucian Canon - Jing - Long streams - Stood the test of time - Connects us to the ancients - Five Classics - Yi Jing: Classics of Change - Divining book - Series of hexagrams (64) - Associated with concept with a commentary below
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course RELS 301 taught by Professor Lloydmoffett during the Fall '11 term at Cal Poly.

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