Taoism sentence example
- In Taoism, the concepts of the Tao and chi are believed to be beyond the understanding of most people.
- Neither Taoism nor Confucianism, indeed, makes this claim.
- The ambiguous relationship between the cult of immortality and philosophical Taoism is well illustrated in the attitude of Ko Hung to major Taoist writings.
- Together they form a fundamental aspect of the beliefs and principles of Taoism.
- Historians note that the Chinese religion of Taoism also introduced the concept in about 300 B.C.Advertisement
- You must distinguish the crooks, opportunists and lechers involved in religious Taoism from the Taoist sages.
- Not only the great religions of the world - Buddhism, Christianity, Islam - but those of secondary importance, such as Judaism, Parseeism, Taoism, are all Asiatic. No European race left to itself has developed anything more than an unsystematic paganism.
- These writings became the foundation of Taoism.
- The Tao concept grew and eventually evolved into the religion of Taoism.
- Considered by many to be the founder of Taoism, Lao Tzu lived from 604-531 BC.Advertisement
- The work is the basis of the fundamental beliefs of the philosophy of Taoism.
- Chinese Taoism involves the use of breathing techniques to enter a meditative state and to modify the body's energy state in order to enter an astral plane.
- There, too, according to Sze-ma Chien, he had several interviews with Lao-tsze, the father of Taoism.
- Taoism teaches that while you cannot fully express the concept or fullness of the Tao, you certainly can understand what it is and recognize its essence.
- Taoism philosophizes that every action creates an opposite reaction and the only way to be in harmony with this process is through an acceptance of all things.Advertisement
- People who teach OBE travel cover a wide range of beliefs and practices, including Reiki, Hinduism, Gnostics, Taoism and many Native American rituals.
- National Nomistic (nomothetic) Religious Communions (Taoism and Confucianism,Brahmanism, Jainism, Mazdeism, Mosaism and Judaism, the two last already passing into 2).