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The Three Virtues of Daoism - Part 5 Daoism for Beginners

The Three Virtues of Daoism is the foundational basis from which the Daoist student strives to uphold in everyday life.

Of course, we can’t always be all these virtues all the time but through the practice of Tai Chi, Qigong, meditation and following other Daoist philosophies you can get closer every passing day.

The Three Virtues gives you an ethical guide to living with others, in your...

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Taoism for Beginners part 04 - The Tree Treasures

In Daoist culture wellness is very important. Daoism can teach you how to live well and how to live long. Daoist medicine is the master of knowledge of human Qi. As a student of Daoism, you learn to how improve your life force and be your own healer.

Many people exercise which is very important but besides exercising your body you also must care for your Qi through Qi practices like Qigong and...

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The magic of the number Three in Taoism

In my last article, I introduced the idea of three’s. I wrote about the Three bodies; the Three forces, the Three Treasures and the Three Dan Diens.

3 is a powerful number, it is said that from the first three numbers, all other numbers are synthesized.

From the Taoist classic Tao Te Ching, it was written that;

The Tao Produced One;
The One Produced Two;
The Two Produced Three
And The Three...

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Taoism for Beginners - Part three - The Importance of the Bai Hui

I know I told everyone that it doesn’t matter how you do it what matters is that you practice. In this series Daoism for Dummies I am helping you raise a conscious about Daoist and Tai Chi philosophy.  What I am sharing with you here is part of the Traditional Basics course and you can find more Tai Chi philosophy in the Gold membership. This article is going to talk about Tai...

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Taoism for Beginners - Part Two

Most philosophies or religions are based on a collection of sacred texts. In the previous article of this series I mentioned the first Daoist text called the Dao Te Jing which states:

“The Dao that can be told is not the eternal Dao”

This book also that teaches us about PU and the uncarved block.

Chuang Tzu is another important text in the Daoist philosophy. It develops the idea...

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Taoism for Beginners - Part One

Taoism for beginners

For some people practicing Tai Chi is about the meditative movements. For other people, it is that but so much more. They want to go deeper into their understanding of what we call Tai Chi philosophy and start learning the basic Tai Chi principles. Of course, there are teachers that say if you don’t learn the principles you can’t practice Tai Chi. I don’t...

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