Wu Wei Path
“We have said that the Taoist Absolute was the Relative. In ethics the Taoist railed at the laws and the moral codes of society, for to them right and wrong were but relative terms. 278 more words
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Tao, Zen and all that jazz
The Japanese Tea Ceremony
In yesterday’s post I wrote about how rituals could easily lose their juice on the one hand, and be gateways to an incarnate beauty on the other. 1,645 more words
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Wuji Seshat Nibada
Never think there is anything impossible for the soul. It is the greatest heresy to think so. If there is sin, this is the only sin; to say that you are weak, or others are weak. 124 more words
So, I feel like this blog has evolved over the last couple of years. It started out as a place to get my feet wet, writing to an audience. 423 more words
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David James Lees ~ Wu Wei Wisdom
You can subtly attune to the exuberant energy and bountiful qualities of summer and it’s associated Chinese medicine element of Fire through your lifestyle, diet and spiritual health practices. 1,033 more words
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This is where you are asked
To collection your mind’s fragments
Into a quiet pool around silence
Bit by bit let go of grasping
Thought without possession… 112 more words
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Accept disgrace willingly.
Accept misfortune as the human condition.
What do you mean by “Accept disgrace willingly”?
Accept being unimportant.
Do not be concerned with loss or gain.
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