The Tao Te Ching provides an intuitive insight into the art of living an authentic life, and introduces you to the laws of nature on how to live in this world in peace and joy.
With a knowing of the Tao Te Ching, you will see resistance and opposition fade away. Conflict and stress will become distant memories. The issues of life become irrelevant or will simply disappear once you start living your authentic self with the Tao.
The Tao is an ancient philosophy of living in the natural world. It shows you how to get back to being your authentic self, your spiritual self. The Tao has the power to help you reclaim your life from the ego-based identity that imprisons you. You can discover your authentic identity by learning to live in divine consciousness. In discovering these truths, we become the creators of the universe instead of the passive observers we have been - we learn how to live life in the now.
This book provides an intuitive insight into the heart of Zen through a translation of Seng-Ts'an's poem "Hsin Hsin Ming". Reading through the pages you will become familiar with the basic principles of Zen with an interesting collection of perspectives from Quantum Physics to more traditional views of Taoism. These different thoughts are brought together to serve the reader a rewarding experience. "Hsin Hsin Ming" by Seng-Ts'an is the Zen Poem that is often referred to as the poem of nothing.
The Tree of Wisdom by Nagarjuna is a treatise on morals and ethics written over 2,000 years ago. It is about the love you find and how you share it with others. It's about how you're going to spend your time, about the give-and-take, and how we treat each other. It's all about the friends you make. It's all about the choices you make. It's on the importance of forgiving and being forgiven. To live a life that is pure in faith and heart. To strive to stay on the path. To find the way of the masters that have gone before us.
The Enchiridion of Epictetus will serve you well as a handbook on dealing with the day to day issues of life that all people including Indigo's have to deal with. Indigo Wisdom represents the teachings of one of the Masters of Ancient and Esoteric Wisdom, Epictetus. His teachings are interpreted here for those living in current times. His knowledge is brought to you in a clear and precise manner without losing the essence or original tone of his work. It is easy to understand and is easy to implement into your life.
Zen and Tao, A Little Book on Buddhist Though and Meditation is really not a short audiobook. It is a collection of Buddhist quotes, thoughts, and meditations from the school of Zen and the Tao. The Translations of the Hsin Hsin Ming, The Tao Te Ching, and Nargarjuna's Tree of Wisdom by Dennis Waller are included along with 50 selected quotes from Chuang Tzu, Okakura Kakuzo, and Buddha.
"Good listen for someone interested in zen"
Legends that endured for centuries, endure for a reason. In the wilderness of Southeastern Alaska, the Kushtaka is one such legend. Known as the Land-Otter Man among the Tlingit Indians, the Kushtaka are shape-shifting, time bending, mythical creatures capable of taking your deepest fears and turning them into a nightmarish reality.
The Raven is as much a paradoxical creature as he is important in the myths of many native cultures. The central character of these stories, the Raven is considered the benevolent creator, filling the world with beauty and harmony, the master mind behind all that is good and looked upon with warm admiration. On the other hand, he is often viewed as a malevolent conniving, scheming trickster with self-gratification as his only goal.
Kushtaka or Kooshdakhaa is a Tlingit word meaning “land otter man.” The Kushtaka is on one hand the nemeses of the Tlingit people, yet necessary to their Shamans who play a critical role in the survival of the Tlingits. The Tlingit people are as mysterious in their beliefs as the Kushtaka, making for strange bedfellows.
"I simply needed to know I was wanted," Kenny Loggins once said. This comes from a man who knew how much people loved him and adored his songs, from a man who has been probably more productive in his life than 99 percent of the population, from a man who lived his life discovering His Way, His Tao, and never stopped. There's a lesson to be learned here.
This book is a satire on self-help books. As a writer of self-help books, you can become disillusioned with people who are unable to change even when they really want to. Therefore, I have written this book for all those jerks, assholes, and, generally speaking, miserable people that are comfortable with where they are at but still dream of changing. This book is for them, to all those "Miserable Assholes"! Now for those who know what a satire is, this book is to ridicule and scorn those into changing by seeing what a mess they really are.
This essay is an introduction on the Tao Te Ching exploring the three points of truth, love ,and the interconnectedness of the life. It is written in a modern style using the pop music of Kenny Loggins, Bruce Springsteen, and David Gates to illustrate the points. The purpose of this essay is to serve as a companion to the Tao Te Ching. It is for those who wish to dive deeper into the essence of the Tao while living in the modern world.
"An experience to cherish"