Websites and Blogs about Taoism
All Taijiquan and Qigong practitioners learn about the main concepts of Taoism, Chan (Zen Buddhism), and traditional Chinese medicine as they advance in their practice and understanding of these mind-body arts. These viewpoints and practices are intertwined with each other, support each other, and nourish each other like the interlaced roots in a great redwood grove. To truly practice Taijiquan, the Grand Ultimate internal martial art, is to follow the Tao (the Way), understand the interplay of Yin and Yang, and to seek to harmonize the body-mind-spirit in a higher synthesis of the Active Imagination (Carl Jung).
For today, read: Tai Chi and Taoist Thought By Kyle Weaner.
Alchemical Taoism Some detail on the Microcosmic Orbits.Architecture at Wudang Shan
British Taoist Association
Chad Hansen's Chinese Philosophy Page
China Related Links
Chinese Philosophy Page
Chinese Religions Links By Joseph Adler, Department of Religious Studies, Kenyon College.
Chuang Tsu (Zhuang Zi) Translated by Lin Yutang. 165 Kb.
Chuang Tsu (Zhuang Zi) Translated by Burton Watson. 110Kb.
The Golden Elixir
How to Overcome Without Fighting
Hsing Chen Internal Arts
Hua Hu Ching
International Taoist Tai Chi Society
Lieh-Tsu Translated by Lionel Giles. 148Kb.
Tai Chi and Taoist Thought By Kyle Weaner.Taoism and the Philosophy of T'ai Chi Ch'uan
Taoism: Bibliography and Links
Taoism Information Page Includes a number of translations of essential texts.
Taoism - Sinophilia
The Taoist Blog
Taoist Scriptures An excellent collection of translations.
Tao of Sean
Tao Te Ching Translated by J. McDonald. 54Kb.
Tao Te Ching
The Useless Tree
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