Wei Wu Wei, the doing of not-doing, or not doing is a relatively simple practice within Taoism and the 4 Ascendant Tradition. Unfortunately, it is a concept that is often the source of one upmanship and contests of authority within the philosophical movement. That competition has tended to make the practice of wei wu wei […]
To walk the path of enlightenment, you must define enlightenment. Otherwise, you will be led astray.
The world is shaped by our minds. In Taoism, this refers to the Te of the Tao and Te. There are both mystical components and non-mystical components.
Spiritual enlightenment is typically a very vague notion for most people. The most common thought is that some mysterious inner part of you, usually a form of the soul, becomes spiritually enlightened. In Taoism, rather than start with a presumption, one should start with a question. In this case, that is “What part of you […]
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]For a Taoist, the question of how to deal with Social Mind when raising a child eventually emerges. Usually, the question is, “How do I raise my child away from the Social Mind?” That’s a good question, because after all the basic premise of Enlightenment Taoism is that enlightenment is the natural state of a […]