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Tao Te Ching Arthur Waley Pdf 15


Bright-Fey, John. The Whole Heart of Tao: The Complete Teachings from the Oral Tradition of Lao-Tzu. By John Bright-Fey. Birmingham, Alabama, Crane Hill Publishers, 2006. 376 pages. ISBN: 1575872471. The Reverend Venerable John Bright-Fey, Sifu Fey, is the 12th generation lineage holder of the Blue Dragon Order of Esoteric Zen Buddhism, a distinct line of knowledge descended directly from Shaolin Temple. Sifu Bright-Fey teaches at the New Forest Center for Contemplative Living, Birmingham, Alabama. This version of the Tao Te Ching is both a translation by a Chinese scholar and a fascinating interpolation based on his religious training. He uses a schema of interpretation for lines in each of the 81 Chapters of the Tao Te Ching based on the concepts of the Taoist Mind (mindset and world view), Taoist Body (day to day concerns of living), Taoist Hand (training techniques by a Cultivator of the Tao, spiritual disciplines) and Taoist Heart (core and cherished beliefs) [p.21-]. His rigorous experiential approach resonates with my training in Taijiquan, Qigong, gardening, spiritual practices, and ritual. VSCL.




Tao Te Ching Arthur Waley Pdf 15


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Clearly, Thomas. The Essential Tao: An Initiation into the Heart of Taoism Through the Authentic Tao Te Ching and the Inner Teachings of Chuang-tsu. Translated and Presented by Thomas Cleary. San Francisco, Haper, 1993. 168 pages. ISBN: 0062502166. VSCL.


Cleary, Thomas. Further Teachings of Lao-tzu: Understanding the Mysteries. By Thomas Cleary. A translation of the Taoist Classic Wen-Tzu. The Wen-tzu is dated circa 200 BCE. This translation has 180 chapters. Translated with introduction and notes by Thomas Cleary. Boston, Shambhala, 1991. 184 pages. ISBN: 087773609X. VSCL.


The Teachings of Lao-Tzu: The Tao Te Ching. Translation, commentary, and notes by Paul Carus, 1913. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. D.T. Suzuki worked and studied with Paul Carus around 1905 in Illinois, and translated together their version the Tao Te Ching.


Lao-tzu's Taoteching Translated by Red Pine (Bill Porter). Provides a solid verbatim translation and shows the text in Chinese characters. Includes around 10 brief selected commentaries for each Chapter of the Taoteching, drawn from commentaries in the past 2,000 years. San Francisco, Mercury House, 1996, Second Edition, 184 pages. An invaluable resource for brief commentaries. 350c69d7ab


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