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The Tao of Charity

Most people would agree that poverty is a big problem in our world today. Let’s rethink this notion. Is poverty or wealth more problematic? Which causes more problems and harm to the world? 740 more words


Incessant activity brings sickness, anxiety and death.

The solution to this state of morbidity: a quiet mind.

There is no one in whom quietude is not established. 6 more words

From The Counsellor

Just Let it Be

Sometimes we are so busy looking up that we do not look ahead

Sometimes we are so busy looking ahead that we do not look up… 105 more words


5 Secrets to Wu Wei, the Taoist Principle of Effortless Effort

As we progress through the process of ascension, several stages occur. Among them is a shake-up which inspires an initial awakening, then the full realization of truth, followed by the development of discernment to ascertain a correct course of action. 1,070 more words

Spirituality Blog

Bringing Giants to their Knees

There are two kinds of growth. Either we grow so slowly we are like mountains gaining a centimeter a year, or we grow as fast as kudzu covering an entire valley in one summer. 927 more words


That's one breath

Seeking is not finding. (Trying is not doing.)

In order to find what we are looking for, we stop what we are doing.

“Do you know how to do nothing?”

For, say, 15 seconds?

From The Counsellor

Thoughts On The Dao

“If you are always without desires, you thereby observe its marvels. If always have desires, you thereby observe its outer fringe.” -Laozi

Possible interpretations:

A. If you are not seeking something from afar, you are much more aptly to attain and immerse your being with what is occurring in that moment with the Dao, being in an ordinary state of consciousness, yet fully absorbed in its action. 119 more words