"TAO - Two Insights" — Alan Watts (TAO:THE WATERCOURSE WAY) and commentary by Bei Kuan-tu

As days turn to months, then years, a blurring of all that once appeared axiomatic becomes the ground for a germinating process of the heart, an upward flight to freedom—the flowering of a hungry soul. In part, this gift is an ongoing process of seeing/learning beyond the tentacle-like cultural biasses that seem to haunt so many of us… Read More...
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"Gender & Tao" by THETAO.COM

Lao Tzu - a feminist?
If you were in a light-hearted mood, you could call the Tao "the oldest extant feminist book."  Written during a violent period in Chinese history, is urges rulers to "embrace the feminine way". Read More...
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"Finding Balance" By Eckhart Tolle

Question: How do we find balance between our individual will and the natural flow of life? Read More...
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"The River and the Clouds" by Thich Nhat Hanh

Once upon a time there was a beautiful river finding her way among the hills, forests, and meadows. She began by being a joyful stream of water, a spring always dancing and singing as she ran down from the top of the mountain. She was very young at the time, and as she came to the lowland she slowed down. She was thinking about going to the ocean. As she grew up, she learned to look beautiful, winding gracefully among the hills and meadows. Read More...
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