In this two volume series, Hua-Ching...
In this two volume series, Hua-Ching Ni describes the life and cultivation of two great Taoist Masters, Kou Hong and Chen Tuan, whose lives can serve as a model of development for modern spiritual s ...
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In this two volume series, Hua-Ching Ni describes the life and cultivation of two great Taoist Masters, Kou Hong and Chen Tuan, whose lives can serve as a model of development for modern spiritual seekers and teachers of integral development. Life and Teaching of two Immortals, Volume II: Chen Tuan includes in depth commentaries which provide insight into the achievment of this highly respected Taoist Master. It provides the reader with the experience of Chen Tuan, an achieved Taoist living joyfully in the Hua mountains. Every day he enjoyed the movement of the mountain breeze, the warmth of the sun and the brightness of the moon. He reached the highest pleasure of spirit. His life was almost embodied within the clouds and the mist of the mountains, but he kept deeply within the root of the highest Tao. In this way he refined himself. The second emperor of the Sung Dynasty entitled him "Master of Subtle Reality." Born in 871 A.D., Chen Tuan ascended in 989 A.D.. His invaluable legacy includes useful and effective spiritual practices along with teachings for enlightenment and wisdom. When applied to the foundation of a healthy life, these practices can lead a person to complete development.
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