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The Supreme Way - Inner Teaching of the Southern Mountain Tao

9781556432392

LOY CHING-YUEN

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Taoist Master Loy Ching-Yuen, a teacher of martial and healing arts in the early 1900's from Shanghai, wrote The Supreme Way to give his students an understanding of how China's three great religious traditions have co-existed for two thousand years. Occasionally breath-taking in its description of the process of higher Taoist meditation, The Supreme Way also delineates Buddhist compassi...

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Taoist Master Loy Ching-Yuen, a teacher of martial and healing arts in the early 1900's from Shanghai, wrote The Supreme Way to give his students an understanding of how China's three great religious traditions have co-existed for two thousand years. Occasionally breath-taking in its description of the process of higher Taoist meditation, The Supreme Way also delineates Buddhist compassion and Confucian humanism, and shows how these vary from each other and Taoism.-nbsp; Never before translated or published in English, The Supreme Way contains chapters on each tradition.-nbsp; Turning to mindfulness practices, Loy Ching-Yuen discusses passive (sitting) and active meditation. Each form must integrate the energy of the other-the sitting meditator must actively focus; the t'ai chi practitioner must bring the movements inward. Master Loy explicates the nature of Taoist mind even as he makes clear that the concept of Oneness means overcoming any sense of divisions.-nbsp; This inquiry into the nature of Taoist and Buddhist practice from the "mountain hermit" lineage of Southern China will be welcomed by Westerners developing a spiritual practice to realize their own "self-nature."

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