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Taoism – Ageless Wisdom for A Modern World   (March 1998)
Follow the teachings of ancient Chinese sages Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu as they focus on the application of Taoist principles to daily living. This is part one in our five part series.
 
Taoism – Ageless Wisdom for a Modern World:
Te - The Principle of Inner Nature
  (April 1998)
This is the second of a series of articles on Taoism, an ancient Chinese tradition. This article deals with te, the principle of inner nature. (Part two in our five part series.)
 
Taoism - Ageless Wisdom for a Modern World:
Yin-Yang - The Principle of Harmony and Change
  (May 1998)
This is the third of a series of articles on Taoism, an ancient Chinese tradition. This article deals with yin-yang, the principle of harmony and change. (Part three in our five part series.)
 
Taoism – Ageless Wisdom for a Modern World:
The Wu-Wei Principle
  (June 1998)
This is the fourth in a series of articles on Taoism, a Chinese philosophical tradition whose roots extend back to 3000 B.C. A key principle in realizing our oneness with the Tao is that of wu-wei, or "non-doing." Wu-wei refers to behavior that arises from a sense of oneself as connected to others and to one's environment. (Part four in our five part series.)
 
Taoism – Ageless Wisdom for a Modern World:
Taoism and the Sage
  (July 1998)
Our fifth and final article in our series on Taoism, a Chinese philosophical tradition whose roots extend back several thousand years. This article focuses on the concept of the Sage. Sage, from a Taoist viewpoint, refers to one whose actions are in complete harmony with their surroundings - both the immediate environment and the universe as a whole.
 
Tao of Health – Chinese Herbal Medicine Cabinet   (November 1998)
More and more people who are searching for more control over their lives and for natural alternatives to synthetic drugs have opened their eyes to ancient methods of health care. The Chinese have developed their healthcare to include the use of medicinal herbs.
 
    Tao of Health:   Living with the Seasons – Winter   (Dec 98 / Jan 1999)
Chinese medicine long ago studied the changes of the seasons and developed excellent guidelines for daily life based on living in harmony with these rhythms of change. Eating, sleeping, respecting, learning, and going with rather than against nature, are a few ways to achieve this harmony.
 

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