Tag: Daoism

Superperfect: 64

They all share the superperfect number: 64

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I See Myself

If tendencies towards disassociation were not inherent in the human psyche, parts never would have been split off; in other words, neither spirits nor gods would ever have come to exist. ~Carl Jung, The Secret of the Golden Flower.

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Qi Resonance

  With no human consciousness to reflect themselves in, good and evil simply happen, or rather, there is no good and evil, but only a sequence of neutral events, or what the Buddhists call the Nidhanachain, the uninterrupted causal concatenation

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Correlativity And Causality

Most Holistic Medicines (Ayurveda, Classical Chinese Medicine, Thai Traditional Medicine, …) requires practitioner to use correlative thinking. In fact, Chinese language did not have word or concept for ’cause-and-effect’, until the arrival of Buddhism (which was after the fall of

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Sit and Forget

  In Tang dynasty China (618–907 AD), Buddhist and Daoist ways of realizing ‘luminous emptiness’ were integrated and incorporated into various Mystery schools of Daoism (Twofold Mystery, Highest Clarity).  One of the outcome of this confluence was the Daoist path of

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Try something diffrent!

  We affirm “I-ness” again and again through the constant stream of identifications. We identify with whatever it is that we do and whatever it is that we have, be it possessions or people . We identify with a certain

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Drop by Drop

  Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.  – HHDL Music in the soul can be heard by the universe. – Lao Tzu

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When the awareness melt away

If you don’t realize that the body is not “mine,” It will be difficult to understand how things are the heart-mind. A concentrated heart-mind is free from what follows “me”; Perfect realization becomes luminous when empty. ~Cultivating the Dao

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In its true state, mind is naked, immaculate, not made of anything, being of the Voidness, clear, vacuous, without duality, transparent, timeless, uncompounded, unimpeded, colorless, not realizable as a separate thing, but as the unity of all things, yet not

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Knowing, Doing and Being

  There are three aspects to Tantra: knowing, doing and being. In tantrik cosmology, ‘knowing’ is the outer path, ‘doing’ is inner path and ‘being’ the secret path. The key to all the three paths is the relationship becasue in

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