Category Archives: Daoism

LaoZi – The Hidden Dragon

[The Daily Daoist] LaoZi – The Hidden Dragon Master Zhongxian Wu 1. Introduction The first time I picked up LaoZi’s DaoDeJing 道德經, I could not truly understand one single sentence.  I found this interesting, as I already had a solid … Continue reading

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Deep Language for Communicating with Nature’s Intelligence (Part 4)

[Daoist Internal Alchemist] Deep Language for Communicating with Nature’s Intelligence (Part 4) by Michael Winn Original Energy as the Mysterious Language of Alchemy One Cloud’s seven formulas offer a progressive experience of Original Energy as the mover behind all cosmic … Continue reading

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Daoist “Sitting & Foprgetting” and the Christian “Cloud of the Unknown”

Daoist “Sitting and Forgetting” and the Christian “The Cloud of the Unknown” by Shifu Michael Rinaldini (Linchangdao) In January of 2012, I returned to the solitude and silence of the Sky Farm Hermitage in Sonoma County, California. This Catholic hermitage … Continue reading

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Daoist Body Cultivation & Behavioral Kinesiology (Pt 1)

[Learn about Dao] Daoist Body Cultivation and Behavioral Kinesiology Part 1 by Livia Kohn, Ph.D. “Every man, woman, and child holds the possibility of physical perfection: it rests with each of us to attain it by personal understanding and effort.” … Continue reading

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Daoist Internal Alchemy: Part 3

[From the Master] Daoist Internal Alchemy: A Deep Language for Communicating with Nature’s Intelligence Part 3 Alchemy Formulas, Qi Field & Language Theory by Michael Winn   The Cauldron as Portal for Communicating with Original Qi The central purpose of … Continue reading

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The Natural Process of Internal Alchemy (内丹自然)

© Jacob Newell (Daoshi Gu Shen Yu) Introduction Daoist cultivation is a process of internal transformation or alchemy which works with the subtle energies of the body in a gradual process of refinement.  This process is natural, however, and should … Continue reading

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