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By: Cleary, Thomas

Price: ¥500.00

Publisher: Shambhala: 1996

Seller ID: RWARE0000037366

ISBN: 1570622000

Condition: Very Good

This extraordinary collection of teachings and commentaries illuminates the many profound mysteries of inner alchemy, one of the most important dimens ions of the Taoist tradition. The science of inner alchemy consists of medi tation practices that enable the individual to have a more intimate, energi zing, and inspiring relationship with life. Although these techniques are d escribed in the sourcebooks of ancient Taoism, they are often couched in cr yptic symbolic langu... View more info


By: I-Ming, Lui

Price: ¥500.00

Publisher: Shambhala: 1988

Seller ID: RWARE0000038467

ISBN: 087773447X

Condition: Near Fine

In excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlig hting. The spine remains undamaged. The Tao is the Way, the Way behind all ways, the principle underlying all principles, the fact underlying all facts. Taoism, in its broadest sense, is the search for truth and reality. In a narrower sense, it is the original knowledge tradition of China, yet Taoism has already in the last couple of centuries extended its influence to many different fields of en... View more info


By: Luk, Charles

Price: ¥1,400.00

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser: 1973

Seller ID: RWARE0000041330

ISBN: 0877280673

Condition: Fine

Taoist Yoga: Alchemy & Immortality by Charles Luk, Pi Ch'en Chao The author shows us how to handle our sexual energy in order to enhance health, longevity and spiritual growth. Now a classic textbook, readers will find complete instruction and training in spiritual alchemy that will lead to the divine state of immortality. View more info


By: Tzu, Lao

Price: ¥1,000.00

Publisher: El Paso Norte Press: 2008

Seller ID: RWARE0000041369

ISBN: 1934255130

Condition: Very Good

Tao - The Way - Special Edition by Lao Tzu, Tzu Chuang Tzu, Tzu Lieh Tzu Lao Tzu was the father of Taoism. In his Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu outlined the basic concept of Tao. Chuang Tzu and Lieh Tzu were Lao Tzu's most importan t followers who expounded and expanded the basic principles set forth by La o Tzu. Together, the sayings of these three sages, which make up this volum e, are the foundations for the philosophy of Tao. The translations of the works of these ancient ... View more info