Tao Te Ching World's Best Collection
This is the best Tao Te Ching Collection available, including the most important and famous translations, interpretations and writings about the Tao, desitned to help you achieve the strength and calming power of the Tao Te Ching; to help you achieve a stress free life, feel in control and empowered – to help you achieve all that the Tao has helped millions do for 2000 years
What Is Tao?
The Tao Te Ching (Dao De Jing), known as ‘the Book of the Way of Virtue’ or ‘the Book of the Path and Power’, is a classic Chinese text, written in the 6th century Bc by the sage Lao Tzu. It is fundamental to Taoism and Chinese Buddhism. Short and easy read, its 81 verses are powerful, thought provoking and life altering.
The Themes Of The Tao
Its themes of calmness, virtue, simplicity, as well as others, have been the beginning for many to gain a new outlook on life. Unfortunately, the difficulty is the interpretation. Many editions contain only the text, sometimes only the old translations.
You Want Not Only A Translation But Explanation
Obviously, you want not only a translation, but the all-important explanation and commentary.
That is why this collection, with works are from acclaimed Taoist Experts, is designed to make Tao easy-to-understand and enjoyable, so you can take its powerful words much more quickly.
The Best Taoism Book You Can Get
In this ‘must-have’ collection you get the following translations and works:
Laotzu’s Tao And Wu Wei
From Henri Borel (Journalist, literary critic, Chinese affairs officer in the Dutch East Indies, Author of many Chinese philosophical books) and Dwight Goddard (Publisher of "Zen: A Buddhist Magazine"; Author of "A Buddhist Bible")
Describing The Mysterious
Central Teaching Of Tao
Tao Te Ching – The Principle Of Nature And Virtue
Translation and Commentary of Taoism from Frederic Balfour (Noted Chinese expert; his work is a primary source for scholars of the Tao).
Tao Te Ching - The Canon Of Reason And Virtue
From Paul Carus, Professor of Philosophy.
Returning To Simplicity
How To Maintain One’s Place
Tao Te Ching – Classic Translation
From James Legge, first Professor of Chinese at Oxford and creator of the 50 volume ‘sacred Books of the East’.
Your Free Bonuses:
In addition to the above, you get special bonuses:
"How to Apply Taoism in Daily Life" - Written specially for this collection, this text is a great way to start applying the principles of Tao in your life and to see the amazing results from Taoism teachings.
Myths & Legends Of China By E.T.C. Werner
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