Hua Hu Ching - May 20, 2009 - Uncategorized

By Lao Tzu It’s not apparant that this document was written by the historical Lao Tzu, but it could have been by one of his students or future incarnations. (Translated by Brian Walker) One I reach the Integral Way of uniting with the great and mysterious Tao. My teachings are simple; if you try to […]

The Tract of the Quiet Way - May 16, 2009 - Uncategorized

The Lord says: For seventeen generations I have been incarnated as a high mandarin, and I have never oppressed my people nor maltreated my subordinates. I have helped them in misfortune; I have rescued them from poverty; I have taken compassion on their orphans; I have forgiven their transgressions; I have extensively practised secret virtue […]

More Taoist Classics from James Legge - May 2, 2009 - Uncategorized

The Pivot of Jade The stone tablet in Lao-tzu’s temple A B. The inscription Tractate of actions and their retributions Purity (and Rest) The Harmony of the Seen and the Unseen The Classic of the Pivot of Jade Teaching without words . . . taking no action . . . THE NAME of the Treatise, […]

From the Lieh Tzu, translated by Lionel Giles - - Uncategorized

Originally from http://oaks.nvg.org/ys1ra7.html – I couldn’t help archive a copy. Introduction Cosmogony The Yellow Emperor Dreams Confucius The Questions of T’ang Effort and Destiny Causality More Introduction THE LIEH-TZÜ is a Taoist work. It contains material from the third century BC, but the book comes down to us in its present shape from AD 3-400. […]