Index

1. General Presentation of Daoism

  • 1.1 Origin and Formation of Daoism

1.1.1 Daoist Philosophy and Daoist Religion

1.1.1.1 Guangchengzi

1.1.1.2 The Yellow Emperor

1.1.1.3 Laozi

1.1.1.4 Zhuangzi

1.1.1.5 Daoist thought prior to the Qin dynasty (pre-221 BC)

1.1.1.6 Similarities and differences between philosophical and religious Daoism


1.1.2 Daoism and the Immortalists

1.1.2.1 Immortals and Magicians

1.1.2.2 Yin-Yang and the Five Agents

1.1.2.3 Worship of Immortals

1.1.2.4 The Magic and Immortality Tradition


1.1.3 Daoism and Ancient Religious Ritual

1.1.3.1 Heaven Worship

1.1.3.2 Ancestor Worship

1.1.3.3 Belief in Spirits

1.1.3.4 Ancient Shamanism
1.1.3.5 The school of Esoteric Speculations

  • 1.2 The Development of Daoism
1.2.1 The Earliest Appearance of Daoism
1.2.1.1 The Huang-Lao Tradition

1.2.2 Daoism during the Eastern Han Dynasty (AD 25-220)
1.2.2.1 The Supreme Peace Tradition
1.2.2.2 The Tradition of the Mighty Commonwealth of the Orthodox Oneness (The Five Pecks of Rice Tradition)
1.2.3 Daoism during the Wei, Jin, and Southern and Northern Dynasties (220-581)
1.2.3.1 The Northern Celestial Masters Tradition
1.2.3.2 The Southern Celestial Masters Tradition
1.2.3.3 Splintering of Daoism during the Jin Dynasty
1.2.3.4 Reform and Improvement of Daoism during the Northern and Southern Dynasties

1.2.4 Daoism during the Sui and Tang Dynasties (581-907)
1.2.4.1 Flourishing of Daoism and Development of Religious Teachings during the Sui and Tang Dynasties
1.2.4.2 Tortuous Development of Daoism from the An-shi Rebellions to the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period (907-960)
1.2.4.3 Methods for ingesting original Vital Breath during the Sui and Tang Dynasties
1.2.5 Daoism during the Song and Yuan Dynasties (581-907)
1.2.5.1 Revival of Daoism during the Northern Song Dynasty and Appearance of New Religious Teachings (960-1127)
1.2.5.2 Daoism during the Southern Song, Jin, and Yuan Dynasties (1127-1368)
 
1.2.6 Daoism during the Ming and Qing Dynasties (960-7368)
1.2.6.1 Daoism during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
1.2.6.2 Daoism during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)
1.2.6.3 Daoism Enters Folk Culture
1.2.7 Daoism in Modern Times
1.2.7.1 Daoism during the Republican Era (1911-1949)
1.2.7.2 Daoist Association of the Republic of China
1.2.7.3 The General Daoist Association of the Republic of China
1.2.8 Contemporary Daoism
1.2.8.1 Daoism in Mainland China
1.2.8.1.1 Daoism in Mainland China
1.2.8.1.2 Daoism in the Minority Regions
1.2.8.1.2.1 Daoism among the Yao
1.2.8.1.2.2 The Zhuang minority
1.2.8.1.2.3 The Miao minority
1.2.8.1.2.4 The Tujia minority
1.2.8.1.2.5 The Gelao minority
1.2.8.1.2.6 Daoism anong the Maonan
1.2.8.1.2.7 Daoism anong the Jing
1.2.8.1.2.8 Daoism anong the Bai
1.2.8.1.2.9 Daoism anong the Qiang
1.2.8.1.2.10Naxi Nationality

1.2.8.2 Daoism in Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan
1.2.8.2.1 Daoism in Hong Kong
1.2.8.2.2 Daoism in Macao
1.2.8.2.3 Daoism in Taiwan

1.2.8.3 Daoism Overseas
1.2.8.3.1 Daoism in Vietnam
1 2.8.3.2 Daoism in Malaysia
1 2.8.3.3 Daoism in Singapore
1.2.8.3.4 Daoism in Japan
1.2.8.3.5 Daoism in Korea
1.2.8.3.6 Daoism in other Southeast Asian countries
1.2.8.3.7 Daoism in Europe and America
  • 1.3 Major Daoist Sects
1.3.1 The Tradition of the Mighty Commonwealth of the Orthodox Oneness
1.3.2 The Elixir Cauldron Sect
1.3.3 The Talismans and Registers Sect
1.3.4 The Master Yu Tradition
1.3.5 The Li Tradition
1.3.6 The Bo Tradition
1.3.7 The Pristine Water Tradition
1.3.8 The Numinous Treasure Sect
1.3.9 The Highest Clarity Sect
1.3.10 The Lookout Tower Tradition
1.3.11 The Twofold Mystery School
1.3.12 The Mt. Lu Sect
1.3.13 The Heavenly Heart Sect
1.3.14 The Divine Heavent Sect
1.3.15 The Pristine Subtlety Sect
1.3.16 The Donghua Sect
1.3.17 The Pure Brightness Tradition
1.3.18 The Great Dao Doctrine (The Perfect teaching of the Great Dao)
1.3.19 The Supreme Oneness Doctrine
1.3.20 The Complete Perfection Tradition
1.3.21 The Doctrine of Mysteries
1.3.22 The Dragon Gate Sect
1.3.23 The Encountering Immortality Sect
1.3.24 The Namo Sect
1.3.25 The Wudang Sect
1.3.26 The Azure Grotto Lineage
1.3.27 The Middle Sect
1.3.28 The Eastern Sect
1.3.29 The Western Sect
  • 1.4 Eminent Philosophers and Accomplished Daoists
1.4.1 The Yellow Emperor
1.4.2 Laozi
1.4.3 Guanyin
1.4.4 Zhuangzi
1.4.5 Liezi
1.4.6 Zhang Daoling (Patriarch of the Celestial Masters)
1.4.7 Wei Boyang
1.4.8 Huang Chuping (Great Immortal Huang)
1.4.9 Ge Xuan (Immortal Elder Ge)
1.4.10 Ge Hong
1.4.11 Xu Xun (Perfect Lord Xu)
1.4.12 Wei Huacun
1.4.13 Kou Qianzhi
1.4.14 Lu Xiujing
1.4.15 Tao Hongjing
1.4.16 Sun Simiao
1.4.17 Sima Chengzhen
1.4.18 Cheng Xuanying
1.4.19 Wu Jun
1.4.20 Du Guangting
1.4.21Tan Qiao
1.4.22 Chen Tuan
1.4.23 Wang Wengqing
1.4.24 Zhang Jixian (Zhang Celestial Master)
1.4.25 Chen Jingyuan
1.4.26 The Five Northern Patriarchs
1.4.26.1 Wang Xuanpu
1.4.26.2 Zhongli Quan
1.4.26.3 Patriarch Lü Dongbing
1.4.26.4  Liu Haichan
1.4.26.5 Patriarch Wang Chongyang
1.4.27 The Five Southern Patraiarchs
1.4.27.1 Zhang Ziyang
1.4.27.2 Shi Tai
1.4.27.3 Xue Shi
1.4.27.4 Chen Nan
1.4.27.5 Bai Yuchan
1.4.28 The Seven Perfect Ones of the North
1.4.28.1 Ma Yu
1.4.28.2 Tan Chuduan
1.4.28.3 Liu Chuxuan
1.4.28.4 Patriarch Qiu Chuji
1.4.28.5 Wang Chuyi
1.4.28.6 Hao Datong
1.4.28.7 Sun Bu'er
1.4.29 Zhang Sanfeng
1.4.30 Du Daojian
1.4.31 Li Daochun

1.4.32
Zhang Yuchu (Zhang Celestial Master)

1.4.33
Lu Xixing

1.4.34
Wang Changyue

1.4.35
Lou Jinyuan

1.4.36
Liu Yiming

1.4.37
Ming Yide

1.4.38
Li Xiyue

1.4.39
Huang Chang

1.4.40
Eminent Modern Daoists


1.4.40.1
Chen Yingning


1.4.40.2
Yi Xinying


1.4.40.3
Yue Chongdai


1.4.40.4
Zhang Enpu (Zhang Celestial Master)
1.5
Grotto Heavens & Blissful Realms

1.5.1
The Ten Continents and Three Islands

1.5.2
The Ten Great Grotto Heavens

1.5.3
The Thirty-six Lesser Grotto Heavens

1.5.4
The Seventy-two Blissful Realms

1.5.5
Famous Mountains


1.5.5.1
Mt. Tai


1.5.5.2
Mt. Heng


1.5.5.3
Mt. Hua


1.5.5.4
Mt. Heng


1.5.5.5
Mt. Song


1.5.5.6
Mt. Mao


1.5.5.7
Mt. Qian


1.5.5.8
Mt. Longhu


1.5.5.9
Mt. Gezao


1.5.5.10
Mt. Lao


1.5.5.11
Mt. Wudang


1.5.5.12
Mt. Qingcheng


1.5.5.13
Mt. Luofu


1.5.5.14
Mt. Zhongnan


1.5.5.15
Mt. Lu


1.5.5.16
Mt. Qiyun


1.5.5.17
Mt. Wuyi


1.5.5.18
Mt. Kongdong

1.5.6
Daoist Temples


1.5.6.1
White Cloud Temple (Baiyunguan), Beijing


1.5.6.2
Lookout Tower Platform (Louguantai), Shanxi


1.5.6.3
White Cloud Temple (Xuanmiaoguan) , Shanghai


1.5.6.4
Mysterious Essence Temple (Xuangmiaoguan), Suzhou


1.5.6.5
Black Sheep Temple (Qingyanggon), Chengdu


1.5.6.6
Eternal Spring Temple (Changchunguan), Wuhan


1.5.6.7
Three Origins Temple (Sanyuangong), Guangzhou


1.5.6.8
Ancient Temple of the Yellow Dragon (Huanglong Guguan), Guangdong


1.5.6.9
Temple of Extasy (Sulaoguang), Guangdong


1.5.6.10
Eight Immortals Temple (Baxiangong), Xian


1.5.6.11
Eternal Happiness Temple (Yonglegong), Shanxi


1.5.6.12
Supreme Clarity Temple (Taiqinggong) , Shenyang


1.5.6.13
Wan Tusen Seen Koon (Yunquan Xianguan), Hong Kong


1.5.6.14
Shang Sin Chun Tong (Xing Shan Zhen Tang), Hong Kong


1.5.6.15
Shun Shin Chee Kit Yin Koon (Zique xuanguan), Hong Kong


1.5.6.16
Fung Ying Seen Koon (Pengying Xianguan), Hong Kong


1.5.6.17
Ching Chung Taoist Association (Qingsongguan), Hong Kong


1.5.6.18
The Yuen Yuen Institute (Yuanxuanxue Yuan), Hong Kong


1.5.6.19
Sik Sik Yuen (Huangda Xianguan), Hong Kong


1.5.6.20
Luk Hop Sing Shut, (Liuhe Shengshi), Hong Kong


1.5.6.21
Fei Ngan Tung Buddism and Taoism Society, Hong Kong


1.5.6.22
Chih Nan Temple (Zhinangong), Taibei, Taiwan


1.5.6.23
Turning-to Heaven Temple (Chaotiangong), Beigang, Taiwan


1.5.6.24
Hiang Tong Keng (Xiandanggong), Singapore


1.5.6.25
The Cultural Institute (Wenhuayuan), Gaoxiong, Taiwan


1.5.6.26
Culture San Ching Palace (Wenhua Sanqinggong), Taiwan
 
 
1.5.6.27
The Temple of Emptiness (Chongxuguan) , Guangdong
 

1.5.6.28
Peach Spring Grotto
 

1.5.6.29
Chunyang Temple(Guangzhou, Guangdong)
 

1.5.6.30
Temple of Original Sublimity (Huizhou, Guangdong)
 
 
1.5.6.31
Aiding Creation Temple (Meizhou, Guangdong)
 
 
1.5.6.32
Fire God Temple
 
 
1.5.6.33
Hall of Respect Granted by His Majesty
 
 
1.5.6.34
Temple of the Heavenly Matriarch
 
 
1.5.6.35
Daoist Temple of the Venerable Sovereign's Cave
 
 
1.5.6.36
Temple of Seas and Clouds
 
 
1.5.6.37
Five Dragons Temple (Anshan, Liaoning)
 
 
1.5.6.38
Cloud Light Grotto in the Iron Peak Mountain of Nine Cauldrons
 
 
1.5.6.39
Mt. Xiyuan Daoist Temple (Huangzhong, Qinghai)
 
 
1.5.6.40
White Cloud Temple(Lanzhou, Gansu)
 
 
1.5.6.41
Golden Heaven Temple (Lanzhou, Gansu)
 
 
1.5.6.42
Jade Spring Temple (Tianshui, Gansu)
 
 
1.5.6.43
Mt. Kongtong Daoist Temple (Pingliang, Gansu)
 
 
1.5.6.44
West Cloud Temple (Dunhuang, Gansu)
 
 
1.5.6.45
Supreme Harmony Temple (Yan'an, Shanxi)
 
 
1.5.6.46
Jade Spring Temple on Mt. Hua (Huayin County, Shanxi)
 
 
1.5.6.47
The East Dao Temple on Mt. Hua (Huayin County, Shanxi)
 
 
1.5.6.48
Mountain Guarding Temple on Mt. Hua (Huayin County, Shanxi)
 
 
1.5.6.49
Chongyang Temple (Hu County, Shanxi)
 
 
1.5.6.50
Dragon Gate Cave Daoist Temple (Long County, Shanxi)
 
 
1.5.6.51
Temple of All-Embracing Heaven on Mt. Mian (Jiexiu, Shanxi)
 
 
1.5.6.52
Temple of the Northern Peak (Hengshan, Shanxi)
 
 
1.5.6.53
Temple of the Ten Directions (Luquan, Hebei)
 
 
1.5.6.54
Green Dragon Temple on Mt. Tiangui (Pingshan County, Hebei)
 
 
1.5.6.55
The Emerald Cloud Shrine on Mt. Tai (Tai'an, Shandong)
 
 
1.5.6.56
Yanqing Temple (Kaifeng, Henan)
 
 
1.5.6.57
Supreme Clarity Temple and Venerable Sovereign Platform (Luyi County, Henan)
 
 
1.5.6.58
Eternal Dao Temple on Mt. Qingcheng (Dujiangyan, Sichuan)
 
 
1.5.6.59
Temple of Accumulated Blessings (Dujiangyan, Sichuan)
 
 
1.5.6.60
Temple of the Highest Clarity (Dujiangyan, Sichuan)
 
 
1.5.6.61
Mt. Heming Daoist Temple (Dayi County, Sichuan)
 
 
1.5.6.62
Cloud Platform Temple (Santai County, Sichuan)
 
 
1.5.6.63
Dragon Spring Temple and Palace of Supreme Harmony (Kunming, Yunnan)
 
 
1.5.6.64
Temple of Numinous Might (Rugao, Jiangsu)
 
 
1.5.6.65
King Yu Temple on Mt. Tu (Bengbu, Anhui)
 
 
1.5.6.66
Temple of Immortal Pei (Fuzhou, Fujian)
 
 
1.5.6.67
Mt. Shizhu Daoist Temple (Fuqing, Fujian)
 
 
1.5.6.68
Temple of Original Sublimity (Quanzhou, Fujian)
 
 
1.5.6.69
Stone Cave Jade Dragon Temple (Chaoyang, Guangdong)


1.5.6.70
Immortal Temple of Cloudy Springs on Mt. Xiqiao (Nanhai, Guangdong)


1.5.6.71
Earth Tower Temple (Xining, Qinghai)


1.5.6.72
Longevity Temple (Linxia, Gansu)


1.5.6.73
Heavenly Capital Mountain Daoist Temple (Haiyuan County, Ningxia)


1.5.6.74
Golden Platform Temple (Baoji, Shaanxi)


1.5.6.75
White Cloud Temple in White Cloud Mountain (Jia County, Shaanxi)


1.5.6.76
Venerable Grandma's Temple on Mt. Li (Lintong County, Xi¡¦an city, Shaanxi)


1.5.6.77
Zhang Liang Temple (Liuba County, Shaanxi)


1.5.6.78
Jiezhou Temple of Emperor Guan (Yuncheng, Shanxi)


1.5.6.79
Water Spirit Temple (Hongdong County, Shanxi)


1.5.6.80
Temple of Cloudy Springs on Mt. Xiqiao (Nanhai, Guangdong)


1.5.6.81
Qingtang Temple on Dragon Horn Mountain (Fushan County, Shanxi)


1.5.6.82
Shrine of Elder LÜ(Hebei)


1.5.6.83
Wuhou Daoist Shrine (Nanyang, Henan)


1.5.6.84
Shongshan Temple of Sacred Middle Mountain (Dengfeng, Henan)


1.5.6.85
Two Kings Temple (Dujiangyan, Sichuan)


1.5.6.86
Gaoguan Temple (Jiangyou, Sichuan)


1.5.6.87
Mt. Jinhua Daoist Temple (Shehong County, Sichuan)


1.5.6.88
Mt. Gaofeng Daoist Temple (Pengxi County, Sichuan)


1.5.6.89
Wenchang Temple in Zitong (Zitong County, Sichuan)


1.5.6.90
Great Dragon Cave Temple (Zhaotong City, Yunnan)


1.5.6.91
Mt. Weibao Daoist Temple (Weishan, Yunnan)


1.5.6.92
Mt. Yunfeng Daoist Temple (Tengchong County, Yunnan)


1.5.6.93
Supreme Harmony Temple and Purple Heaven Temple on Mt. Wudang (Danjiangkou, Hubei)


1.5.6.94
Mt. Zhenwu Daoist Temple (Xiangfan, Hubei)


1.5.6.95
Temple of the Imperial Lord on Mt. Wunao (Macheng, Hubei)


1.5.6.96
Mt. Mulan Daoist Temple (Huangpi, Hubei)


1.5.6.97
Cloudy Mountain Temple on Mt. Yuelu (Changsha, Wunan)


1.5.6.98
Temple of Elder Tao (Changsha, Wunan)


1.5.6.99
Temple of the Heavenly Matriarch (Zhijiang, Wunan)


1.5.6.100
The Celestial Masters' Mansion on Dragon and Tiger Mountain (Yintan, Jiangxi)


1.5.6.101
Daoist Temple of the Immortals' Cave on Mt. Lu


1.5.6.102
Temple of the Southern Sacred Mountain (Shishou, Hubei)


1.5.6.103
Great Hengshan Temple on the Southern Sacred Mountain (Hengyang, Hunan)


1.5.6.104
Mystery Metropolis Temple on the Southern Sacred Mountain (Hengyang, Hunan)


1.5.6.105
River Chart Temple (Changsha, Hunan)


1.5.6.106
Mt. Mao Daoist Temple (Gourong, Jiangsu)


1.5.6.107
Qianyuan Temple (Gourong, Jiangsu)


1.5.6.108
Temple of Supreme Simplicity on Mt. Qiyun (Anhui)


1.5.6.109
Temple for the Worship of Perfection on Mt. Gezhao (Zhangshu, Jiangxi)


1.5.6.110
Daoist Temple of Immortal Ge Mountain (Qianshan County, Jiangxi)


2. Daoist Beliefs
2.1
The Great Dao

2.1.1
The Substance of Dao


2.1.1.1
Original Meaning of Dao


2.1.1.2
Laozi's Creative Use of The Concept of Dao


2.1.1.3
The Main Meaning of the Concept of Dao


2.1.1.4
The Principal Functions of Dao

2.1.2
Virtue


2.1.2.1
The Significance of Virtue


2.1.2.2
Expression of the Unity of Dao and Virtue

2.1.3
Dao is ruled by Spontaneity


2.1.3.1
The Significance of Spontaneity


2.1.3.2
Observing the Way of Heaven and Following its Motions
2.2
Cosmogony

2.2.1
The Creation of the World


2.2.1.1
Formation of the Daoist Theory of Universal Evolution


2.2.1.2
The Process of Cosmogony

2.2.2
The Thirty-six Heavens

2.2.3
The Netherworld
2.3
Yin-Yang and the Supreme Ultimate

2.3.1
Vital Breath


2.3.1.1
The Relationship Between Vital Breath and Dao


2.3.1.2
Vital Breath is the Unified Foundation of Universe


2.3.1.3
Man Can Master Vital Breath

2.3.2
The Infinite and the Supreme Ultimate


2.3.2.1
The Infinite


2.3.2.2
The Supreme Ultimate and the Diagram of the Supreme Ultimate

2.3.3
Yin-Yang and the Five Agents
2.4
Immortals and Immortalism

2.4.1
Daoist Immortalism: Immortality Can Be Sought After and Learned

2.4.2
The Heavenly Lords


2.4.2.1
The Primeval Lord of Heaven


2.4.2.2
The Heavenly Lord of the Numinous Treasure


2.4.2.3
The Heavenly Lord of Dao and its Virtue


2.4.2.4
The Great Jade Emperor


2.4.2.5
The Heavenly Lord of Supreme Oneness and Salvation from Misery


2.4.2.6
The Three Great Emperor-Officials


2.4.2.7
The Four Heavenly Ministers


2.4.2.8
The Emperors of the Soil


2.4.2.9
The Queen Mother of the West


2.4.2.10
The Thunder Patriarch

2.4.3
The Stellar Sovereigns


2.4.3.1
The Great Perfect Warrior Emperor


2.4.3.2
Imperial Sovereign Wenchang


2.4.3.3
The Stellar Sovereign of the Five Planets and Seven Stars


2.4.3.4
The Four Numinous Animals and Twenty-Eight Constellations


2.4.3.5
The Big Dipper


2.4.3.6
The Sixty Daily Spirits of the Celestial Trunks and Earthly Branches

2.4.4
Spirits of Mountains, Rivers, Seas and Thunder


2.4.4.1
The Great Emperor of the Sacred Mountain of the East


2.4.4.2
The Primordial Lady of the Emerald Cloud


2.4.4.3
The Five Supreme Commanders of the Thunder Agency


2.4.4.4
The Father of Thunder and the Mother of Lightning


2.4.4.5
The Dragon King


2.4.4.6
The Master of Rain


2.4.4.7
The Earl of Wind

2.4.5
Spirits of the Soil and Local Protector Spirits


2.4.5.1
The City God


2.4.5.2
The Earth Spirit


2.4.5.3
The Door Spirits


2.4.5.4
The Kitchen Spirit

2.4.6
Spirits of Wealth and Longevity


2.4.6.1
The Spirit of Wealth


2.4.6.2
The Stars of Luck, Wealth and Longevity

2.4.7
Guardians of Hell


2.4.7.1
The Great Emperor of Fengdu


2.4.7.2
The Yamas of the Ten Halls

2.4.8
Perfect Men and Immortals


2.4.8.1
The Three Mao Perfect Sovereign Brothers


2.4.8.2
Patriarch Lü


2.4.8.3
The Eight Immortals


2.4.8.4
The Motherly Matriarch


2.4.8.5
Numinous Official Wang
2.5
Social Ideals

2.5.1
The Ideal of Supreme Peace

2.5.2
Purity, Tranquility and Non-interference

2.5.3
Salvation of Humanity
2.6
Ethical Education and Practise

2.6.1
Accumulation of Hidden Merits

2.6.2
The Secret Meaning of Karma

2.6.3
Norms for Doing Good Works

2.6.4
Methods of Doing Good Works
2.7
Philosophy of Life

2.7.1
Understanding Dao and Establishing Virtue

2.7.2
Education by Daoist Enlightenment


3. Daoist Scriptures
3.1
The Daoist Canon

3.1.1
History of the Canon's Compilation

3.1.2
Organization of the Canon

3.1.3
Reference Aids


3.1.3.1
The Detailed Annotations of the Contents of the Daoist Canon


3.1.3.2
Annotated Bibliography of the Daoist Canon by Ren Jiyu


3.1.3.3
Index to the Daoist Canon by Kristofer Schipper and Chen Yaoting

3.1.4
Other Daoist Compilations


3.1.4.1
The Supplementary Daoist Canon of the Zhuang and Lin Lineages


3.1.4.2
Collection of Daoist Scriptures Outside the Canon


3.1.4.3
Selections from the Daoist Canon
3.2
Major Scriptures

3.2.1
The Book of Dao and its Virtue (Laozi)

3.2.2
The Perfect Book of Nanhua (Zhuangzi)

3.2.3
The Book of Changes

3.2.4
The Perfect Book of the Higher Virtue of Emptiness

3.2.5
The Perfect Book of Master Dongling

3.2.6
The Lofty and Sublime Book of the Numinous Treasure's Limitless Salvation

3.2.7
The Perfect book of the Great Grotto of the Highest Clarity

3.2.8
The Book of the Yellow Court

3.2.9
The Book of Secret Correspondences

3.2.10
The Sublime book of the Supreme Venerable Sovereign's Teachings on Eternal Purity and Tranquility

3.2.11
The Original deeds of the Lofty Jade Emperor

3.2.12
The Book of the Three Emperors

3.2.13
The Three Ways United and Normalized of the Book of Changes

3.2.14
On Realizing Perfection

3.2.15
Scriptures for the Morning and Evening Rites of the Complete Perfection

3.2.16
Scriptures for the Morning and Evening Rites of the Orthodox Oneness

3.2.17
The Perfect Book of Communion with the Mystery

3.2.18
The Book of Supreme Peace

3.2.19
Xiang 'er's Commentary on Laozi

3.2.20
The Master Who Embaces Simplicity

3.2.21
The Book of Western Ascension

3.2.22
Declarations of the Perfected

3.2.23
The Supreme Venerable Sovereign's Book of Commandments for Chanting

3.2.24
The Book of Laozi's Conversion of the Barbarians

3.2.25
The Book of Divine Incantations of the Supreme Pervasive Abyss

3.2.26
On Sitting in Oblivion

3.2.27
On the Mysterious Matrix

3.2.28
The Transmission of Dao by Zhongli Chuan and Lü Dongbin

3.2.29
The Book of the Five Dippers

3.2.30
Chongyang's Compilation of the Complete Perfection

3.2.31
Essays on Harmony

3.2.32
Preface to All Daoist Scriptures

3.2.33
The Thirty-Six Revered Scriptures

3.2.34
Secret Formulas for Attaining Perfection

3.2.35
Extracts on Nourishing Spiritual Nature and Prolonging Bodily Life

3.2.36
Essential Secrets of the Most High

3.2.37
Cheng Xuanying's Commentary on the Laozi

3.2.38
Li Rong's Notes on the Laozi

3.2.39
Hidden Prescriptions for Nourishing Life

3.2.40
Inscription on Visualising Spirits and Refining Vital Breath

3.2.41
Prologue to the Sublime Glossary of All Daoist Scriptures

3.2.42
Record of Mysterious Pearl

3.2.43
On the Essential Meaning of Ingesting Vital Breath

3.2.44
The Heavenly Hermit

3.2.45
On the Possibility of Learning to be an Immortal

3.2.46
Pivotal Meaning of the Daoist Doctrine

3.2.47
The Purse of Pearls from the Three Grottoes

3.2.48
Sublime Book of the Mind's Correspondence with the Nine Supreme Essentials

3.2.49
Evidential Miracles in Support of Daoism

3.2.50
Elixir Mirror

3.2.51
The Book of Transformation

3.2.52
Seven Slips of the Cloudy Satchel

3.2.53
The Rhyme for Dispelling Illusion and Rectifying Dao

3.2.54
Ten Books on the Cultivation of Perfection

3.2.55
Record of the Realization of Perfection by the Concourse of Immortals of West Mountain

3.2.56
Tablet of Cui Xu

3.2.57
The Pivot of Dao

3.2.58
Collection on Ways of Outer Alchemy

3.2.59
Fifteen Essays by Wang Chongyang on the Establishment of the Complete Perfection Teaching

3.2.60
Pan Stream Essays

3.2.61
Direct Pointers to the Great Elixir

3.2.62
Journey to the West of the Perfect Man of Eternal Spring

3.2.63
Essence of the Book of Changes from the Three Heavens

3.2.64
On Dispelling Doubts and Guiding the Errant

3.2.65
Extraordinary Supplementary Commentary on the Book of Changes

3.2.66
Transmission of Daoist Skills from Heart to Heart

3.2.67
Records of the Mysterious Hierarchy

3.2.68
The Record of the Dadi Grotto Heaven

3.2.69
Records of the Orthodox Sect of the Golden Lotus

3.2.70
Record of the Immortals Encountered at Ganshui

3.2.71
Great Essentials for the Golden Elixir

3.2.72
The Book for Longevity through the Creation-Aiding Three Origins

3.2.73
Lineage of the Han Celestial Masters

3.2.74
Essential Formulas of the Golden Elixir

3.2.75
The Yellow Emperor's Book of Formulas of the Divine Elixir of the Nine Cauldrons

3.2.76
The Supreme Regimen Book of Embryonic Breathing

3.2.77
The Supreme Clarity Book of Gymnastics and Nourishing Life

3.2.78
The Seal of the Heart

3.2.79
The Book of the Supreme Venerable Sovereign's Spontaneous Arising from the Root of Emptiness

3.2.80
The Highest Ancient Scripture of Dragon and Tiger

3.2.81
Secretly Transmitted Complete Numinous Treasure Skills of Perfect Man Zhengyang

3.2.82
Tuo Yue Zi

3.2.83
Book of Rituals of the Orthodox Oneness

3.2.84
Pointers on Spiritual Nature and Bodily Life
3.3
Scriptures on Ritual

3.3.1
The Great Collection of Daoist Rituals

3.3.2
Daoist Regulations

3.3.3
The Jade Remorse of the Numinous Treasure

3.3.4
The Golden Book of the Salvation of the Numinous Treasure of the Highest Clarity

3.3.5
The Golden Book of the Great Realization of the Numinous Treasure of the Highest Clarity

3.3.6
Great Law of the Numinous Treasure of the Highest Clarity

3.3.7
Guangcheng's Compilation of Rituals

3.3.8
The Great Collection of Daoist Skills
3.4
Biographies of Immortals

3.4.1
Biographies of Various Immortals

3.4.2
Biographies of the Immortals

3.4.3
Supplement to the Biographies of the Immortals

3.4.4
The Legendary Biographies of the Immortals

3.4.5
Record of the Assembled Female Immortals of the Walled City

3.4.6
The Comprehensive Mirror of Perfect Immortals Who Embodied the Dao

3.4.7
Record of the Immortals of the Three Grottoes

3.4.8
The Sacred Records about the Emperor of Original Chaos

3.4.9
Biography of Perfect Man Ye of the Tang Dynasty

3.4.10
Collection of Stories from the Garden of Immortals

3.4.11
Chart of the Ranks of the Perfect Souls

3.4.12
Biographies of the Pervasive Immortals

3.4.13
General Treatise on the Transmission of the Scriptures, Commandments and Registers of the Three Grottoes

3.4.14
Instructions for Conducting the Three Grottoes True Writs Five Skills Ritual of the Mighty Commonwealth of the Orthodox Oneness

3.4.15
Rules for the Use of the Ritual Robe of the Three Grottoes

3.4.16
Various Commandments of the Three Grottoes

3.4.17
Extracts of the Chief Rituals and Commandments

3.4.18
The Comprehensive Collection of Investigations into the Divinities of the Three Doctrines since their Origin
3.5
Moralistic Storybooks

3.5.1
On Supreme Correspondence

3.5.2
The Book of Hidden Virtues of Imperial Sovereign Wenchang

3.5.3
Ledger of Merits and Demerits

3.5.4
The Perfect Book of Emperor Guan's Enlightenment

3.5.5
The Precious Repentance of Patriarch Lü

3.5.6
The Treasury of the Jade Candle


4. Religious Activities and Rituals
4.1
Religious Practise

4.1.1
Morning and Evening Rites

4.1.2
Refining the Vital Breath

4.1.3
Wandering About and Seeking Masters

4.1.4
Fasting
4.2
Religious Discipline

4.2.1
Formation and Development of Daoist Commandments

4.2.2
Commandments of the Orthodox Oneness Sect

4.2.3
Commandments of the Complete Perfection Sect

4.2.4
Temple Regulations
4.3
Talismans, Registers, and Magic Skills

4.3.1
Talismans and Registers


4.3.1.1
Origin of Talismans


4.3.1.2
Structure of Talismans


4.3.1.3
Structure and Functions of Registers

4.3.2
Magical Incantations

4.3.3
Swords, Seals, and Other Magical Instruments

4.3.4
Prayers for happiness and the Elimination of Catastrophes

4.3.5
Interrogating, Calling, and Exorcising Demons

4.3.6
Healing Illnesses and Expelling the Plague

4.3.7
Salvation of Souls and Destruction of Hell

4.3.8
Divinatory Calculation
4.4
Outer Alchemy

4.4.1
The External Alchemy Skill of Refining the Yellow and the White

4.4.2
Regulations for External Alchemy

4.4.3
The Practice of External Alchemy

4.4.4
Taboos in the Use of Fire

4.4.5
Cinnabar House and Cauldrons

4.4.6
Six-and-One Mud

4.4.7
The Heavenly Palace of Supreme Oneness

4.4.8
Reducing and Increasing Fire

4.4.9
Poison Removal Skills

4.4.10
The Dragon-Bud Elixir Tradition
4.5
Alchemical Literature

4.5.1
The Three Ways Unified and Normalized of the Book of Changes

4.5.2
Book of the Yellow Court

4.5.3
Book of Embryonic Breathing

4.5.4
Book of the Dragon and Tiger

4.5.5
Rhyme for Dispelling Illusions about the Reversion Elixir

4.5.6
On Realizing Perfection

4.5.7
Perfect Man Chongyang's Formulae of the Golden Gate and Jade Lock

4.5.8
Direct Pointers to the Great Elixir

4.5.9
Essays on Harmony

4.5.10
Great Essentials of the Golden Elixir

4.5.11
On the Revelation of Mysteries

4.5.12
Orthodox Theory of the Heavenly Immortal

4.5.13
The Twelve Daoist Books

4.5.14
Secret Pointers of the Three Chariots
4.6
Rituals

4.6.1
Names of the Three Fasts

4.6.2
Great Ritual Offerings to the Overarching Heaven

4.6.3
Rituals of Purification and of Sacrifice to the Ancestral Souls

4.6.4
Rituals of Scattering Flowers and Communicating with Spirits through Lanterns

4.6.5
Rituals of Purification and Salvation

4.6.6
Lantern Rituals for the Destruction of Hell

4.6.7
Rituals for Sending Petitions to the Heavens

4.6.8
Ritual Specialists


4.6.8.1
High Priest


4.6.8.2
Cheif Cantor


4.6.8.3
Inspector of Fasts


4.6.8.4
Incense Attendant


4.6.8.5
Lantern Attendant


4.6.8.6
Scripture Attendant


4.6.8.7
Bell Attendant


4.6.8.8
Inverted Bell Attendant

4.6.9
Ceremonial Altars


4.6.9.1
Altars for Fasts


4.6.9.2
Altars for Ritual Offerings


4.6.9.3
Altars for Commandments


4.6.9.4
The Ancestral Altar of All Skills

4.6.10
Ritual Implements


4.6.10.1
Magical Swords


4.6.10.2
Magical Seals


4.6.10.3
Commandment Plaques


4.6.10.4
Magical Staffs


4.6.10.5
Bells


4.6.10.6
Inverted Bells


4.6.10.7
Tablets


4.6.10.8
S-shaped Ornamental Objects


4.6.10.9
Streamers


4.6.10.10
Shallow Pans


4.6.10.11
Wooden Fish


4.6.10.12
Large Cymbals


4.6.10.13
Horsetail Whisks

4.6.11
Daoist Headdresses and Dress


4.6.11.1
Ritual Dress


4.6.11.2
Daoist Dress


4.6.11.3
Repentance Dress


4.6.11.4
Crimson Dress


4.6.11.5
Cloud Shoes


4.6.11.6
Pilgrimage Boots


4.6.11.7
Scarfs of Original Chaos


4.6.11.8
Nine Beam Scarfs
4.7
Ceremonies to Celebrate the Birth of Spirits

4.7.1
Birthdays of the Esteemed Spirits

4.7.2
Assemblies to Entice Spirits

4.7.3
Pilgrimage Times and Temple Fairs
4.8
Daoist Folk Customs

4.8.1
Burning Joss Sticks and Worshipping Spirits

4.8.2
Welcoming the Jade Emperor

4.8.3
Enticing the Spirit of Wealth

4.8.4
Sending Off and Welcoming the Kitchen Spirit

4.8.5
Decorating Lanterns at the Lantern Festival

4.8.6
The Festival of the Spirits of the Dead

4.8.7
Hanging Up Zhongkui's Pictures and the Realgar Wine

4.8.8
Pure Offerings for the Supreme Peace

4.8.9
Offerings for Prolong Life

4.8.10
Daoist Funeral Rites

4.8.11
Divination by Drawing Lots

4.8.12
Divination

4.8.13
Planchette Writing

4.8.14
Belief in the Golden Mother

4.8.15
Belief in Matriarch Mazu

4.8.16
Belief in Patriarch Lü

4.8.17
Belief in Guanyin (Avalokitesvara)

4.8.18
The Water-Margin Lady

4.8.19
The Great Life-Protecting Emperor

4.8.20
The Saintly Founder-King of Zhang

4.8.21
The King of the Three Mountains

4.8.22
Emperor Guan
4.9
Ways of Converting to Daoism

4.9.1
Bestowal

4.9.2
Transmission of Commandments

4.9.3
Renunciaiton of Family

4.9.4
Lay Daoists

4.9.5
Formally Becoming a Disciple to a Masters

4.9.6
Others
4.10
Inner Alchemy

4.10.1
Mind , Spiritual Nature and Bodily Life

4.10.2
Essential Matter , Vital Breath and Spirit

4.10.3
Great Reversion Elixir

4.10.4
Small Reversion Elixir

4.10.5
Integrated Cultivation of Spiritual Nature and Bodily Life

4.10.6
Three Flowers Condensing onto the Head

4.10.7
Transporting through the Three Vehicles

4.10.8
Meeting of the Three Parts

4.10.9
Refining the Mind through the Nine Cauldrons

4.10.10
Intercourse of Dragon and Tiger

4.10.11
Refinement of Essential Matter into Vital Breath

4.10.12
Refinement of Vital Breath into Spirit

4.10.13
Refinement of Spirit Back to Emptiness

4.10.14
Refinement of Emptiness into Dao

4.10.15
Reversing Kan with Li

4.10.16
Centering Merits When Yin And Yang Join

4.10.17
The Five Vital Breaths Oriented to the Origin

4.10.18
Rebirth from the Original Fetus and Bones

4.10.19
Basic Cultivation

4.10.20
Self-Refinement

4.10.21
Harmonizing the Breath

4.10.22
Obtaining the Elixir Drug

4.10.23
Collecting Elixir Drugs

4.10.24
Fire Phases

4.10.25
To Increase Fire

4.10.26
To Reduce Fire

4.10.27
To Nourish in Warmth

4.10.28
Bathing

4.10.29
Unfixed “Zi” Phase

4.10.30
River Chariot

4.10.31
Mysterious Pearls

4.10.32
Passages and Cavities

4.10.33
Cosmic Orbit

4.10.34
Feminine Alchemy

4.10.35
Cutting the Red Dragon

4.10.36
Refining the Form through the Supreme Yin

4.10.37
Body of Original Chastity


5. Daoism and Human Civilization
5.1
Daoism and Scientific Civilization

5.1.1
Daoist Medicine


5.1.1.1
Medical Ethics


5.1.1.2
Prescriptions


5.1.1.3
Science of Materia Medical

5.1.2
Daoist Health Cultivation


5.1.2.1
Dietetics


5.1.2.2
Living Environment


5.1.2.3
Sexual Arts and Discipline


5.1.2.4
Daily Cultivation of Health

5.1.3
Daoist Natural Sciences


5.1.3.1
Daoist Chemistry


5.1.3.2
Daoist Astronomy


5.1.3.3
Daoist Geography


5.1.3.4
Daoist Mathematics and Physics


5.1.3.5
Daoist Concepts of Systems and of Environmental Protection


5.1.3.6
Daoist Technological Achievements


5.1.3.7
Daoist Life Sciences


5.1.3.8
Daoist Psychology and Cognitive Science


5.1.3.9
'The History of Chinese Science and Technology' and 'The History of Chinese Daoist Science and Technology'

5.1.4
The Great Dao of the Golden Elixir - Daoist Meditative Alchemy


5.1.4.1
The Book of the Yellow Court


5.1.4.2
On Sitting in Oblivion and The Heavenly Hermit


5.1.4.3
The Magical Formulas of Lady Sun Bu'er by Sun Bu'er


5.1.4.4
Pointers for Spiritual Essence and Bodily Life


5.1.4.5
Questions and Answers on Silent Meditation by Chen Yingning

5.1.5
Daoism Martial Arts


5.1.5.1
'Five-Animal Play' and 'Mental Form Boxing'


5.1.5.2
Taiji Boxing


5.1.5.3
Wudang Eight-Trigram Boxing


5.1.5.4
Wudang Fencing


5.1.5.5
Xingyi Boxing


5.1.5.6
Wudang Supreme Oneness Five-Agents Boxing


5.1.5.7
Wudang Sword
5.2
Daoism, Literature, and Art

5.2.1
Architecture

5.2.2
Statues and Cave Art


5.2.2.1
Daoist Paintings and Carvings of Immortals of the Han, Wei, and Six Dynasties (AD 206-589)


5.2.2.2
The Carving of the Supreme Veneralbe Sovereign at the Temple of the Mysterious Sublimity (Xuanmiaoguan), Suzhou


5.2.2.3
The Daoist Statues of Nanchang at Dazu, Sichuan


5.2.2.4
The Giant Song Dynasty Statue of the Supreme Veneralbe Sovereign on Mt. Qiangliang, Quanzhou


5.2.2.5
Yuan Dynasty Cave Art of Mt. Long, Shanxi

5.2.3
Calligraphy and Painting


5.2.3.1
The Mogao Daoist Cave Murals at Dunhuang (Wei, Jin, and Northern and Southern Dynasties)


5.2.3.2
Illustration of the Immortals Lined up before their Originator


5.2.3.3
Illustrations of the Eighty-Seven Immortals


5.2.3.4
The Yuan Dynasty Wall Murals of Eternal Happiness Temple, Shanxi


5.2.3.5
Tours of Inspection of the Spirit of Mt. Tai at the Shrine of the shrine of the Sacred Mount of the East, Mt. Tai, Shandong


5.2.3.6
Daoist Printed Engravings of the Ming and Qing Dynaties


5.2.3.7
The Calligraphy of Wang Fuzhi


5.2.3.8
The Calligraphy of Wang Xianzhi

5.2.4
Daoist Music


5.2.4.1
General Outline of Daoist Music


5.2.4.2
Classification of Daoist Music



5.2.4.2.1
Vocal Music




5.2.4.2.1.1
The Yin Tone




5.2.4.2.1.2
The Yang Tone



5.2.4.2.2
Instrumental Music




5.2.4.2.2.1
Solemn Music




5.2.4.2.2.2
Lively Tunes


5.2.4.3
Schools of Daoist Music



5.2.4.3.1
Music of the Orthodox Oneness Tradition



5.2.4.3.2
Music of the Complete Perfection Tradition


5.2.4.4
Forms of Daoist Music



5.2.4.4.1
Singing



5.2.4.4.2
Intoning



5.2.4.4.3
Chanting



5.2.4.4.4
Reciting



5.2.4.4.5
Types of Musical Instruments



5.2.4.4.6
Types of Magical Instruments



5.2.4.4.7
Music Tune Names of Musical Instruments



5.2.4.4.8
Tunes for Ritual Implements


5.2.4.5
Compilations of Daoist Music Scores



5.2.4.5.1
The Ritual of Jade Tunes



5.2.4.5.2
The Daoist Musical Scores Composed by Imperial Order during the Great Ming Dynasty



5.2.4.5.3
The Orthodox Rhythm of the Complete Perfection Tradition


5.2.4.6
Daoist Music of Different Places



5.2.4.6.1
Daoist Music of the White Cloud Temple, Beijing



5.2.4.6.2
Daoist Music of Suzhou



5.2.4.6.3
Daoist Music of Mt Longhu



5.2.4.6.4
Daoist Music of Mt Wudang



5.2.4.6.5
Daoist Music of Mt Mao



5.2.4.6.6
Daoist Music of Shanghai



5.2.4.6.7
Daoist Music of Mt Lao, Shandong Province



5.2.4.6.8
Daoist Music of the Central Shanxi Plain



5.2.4.6.9
Daoist Music in West Sichuan



5.2.4.6.10
Daoist Music in the Northeast



5.2.4.6.11
Daoist Music in Taiwan



5.2.4.6.12
Daoist Music in Hong Kong

5.2.5
Daoist Literature


5.2.5.1
Daoist Poetry


5.2.5.2
Daoist Ci Poetry


5.2.5.3
Daoist Prose


5.2.5.4
Daoist Fiction


5.2.5.5
Traditional Opera



5.2.5.5.1
Casual Tunes



5.2.5.5.2
Plays on Salvation by Immortals


5.2.5.6
Daoist Lyrics


5.2.5.7
Legends of Daoism


5.2.5.8
Pillar Couplets


5.2.5.9
Tales about Immortals


5.2.5.10
Collections of Daoist Songs


5.2.5.11
Dunhuang Daoist Literature


5.2.5.12
Stanzas on Pacing the Void in the Grotto of Emptiness


5.2.5.13
Poems on Alchemy


5.2.5.14
Poetry about Immortals


5.2.5.15
Poetry about Charms


5.2.5.16
Daoist Nursery Rhymes


5.2.5.17
Feminine Daoist Poems


5.2.5.18
Sayings of Daoists


5.2.5.19
Daoist Novels of Legends


5.2.5.20
Daoist Novels about the Occult


5.2.5.21
Daoist Novels about the Ways of the World


5.2.5.22
Daoist Operas about Legends


5.2.5.23
Daoist literary Anecdotes



5.2.5.23.1
The Eight Immortals Cross the Sea



5.2.5.23.2
The Jade Hare Pounds Medicine in a Mortar



5.2.5.23.3
Ascending to Heaven with One's Whole House



5.2.5.23.4
The Domestic Fowls and Animals Rise to Heaven



5.2.5.23.5
Wu Gang Chops the Laurel



5.2.5.23.6
The Blue Sea Changes into a Mulberry Field



5.2.5.23.7
The Shortcut of Zhongnan Mountain



5.2.5.23.8
Immortal Aunt Ma Scratches the Itch



5.2.5.23.9
The Yellow Emperor Loses his Pearl



5.2.5.23.10
Cook Ding Cuts the Beef



5.2.5.23.11
Rebirth from the Original Fetus and Bones



5.2.5.23.12
Three in the Morning and Four in the Evening



5.2.5.23.13
Purple Air Coming from the East



5.2.5.23.14
Chang'e Flies to the Moon



5.2.5.23.15
Entering a Secluded Paradise by Mistake



5.2.5.23.16
Zhuangzhou's Dream of a Butterfly



5.2.5.23.17
A Wonderful Dream while Cooking the Millet



5.2.5.23.18
Immortals Celebrating Longevity on their Birthday



5.2.5.23.19
Encountering Immortals at Ganshui



5.2.5.23.20
The Seven Golden Lotuses



5.2.5.23.21
The Kettle-Heaven World



5.2.5.23.22
Green Maiden Brews Snow



5.2.5.23.23
Golden Light Shooting into the Azure



5.2.5.23.24
A Fortunate Meeting of Mysterious Winds



5.2.5.23.25
Free Singing in the Realm of Mystery



5.2.5.23.26
Smiling and Holding Flat Peaches
 
 
 
5.2.5.23.27
Immortal Lu's Flying Sword
 
 
 
5.2.5.23.28
Wu Meng's Piety to his Mother



5.2.5.23.29
The Venerable Sovereign Opening the Sky
 

6. The Daoist World Today
6.1
Contemporary Daoist Organizations

6.1.1
Taoist Association of China

6.1.2
Chinese Local Daoist Association

6.1.3
The Hong Kong Daoist Association

6.1.4
Daoist Organizations in Taiwan

6.1.5
Daoist Organizations in Foreign Countries
6.2
Daoist Service to Society

6.2.1
Charity and Philanthropy

6.2.2
Participation in the Building of Spiritual civilization

6.2.3
Development of Exchanges between China and Overseas
6.3
Current Information on Daoist Temples

6.3.1
Inauguration Ceremonies

6.3.2
Cultural Activities
6.4
Academic Research on Daoism

6.4.1
Academic Organizations

6.4.2
Academic Journals

6.4.3
New Theories and Perspectives

6.4.4
Academic Conferences

6.4.5
Dictionaries

6.4.6
Modern Works on Daoism

6.4.7
Introduction to New Books

6.4.8
Daoist Studies Overseas


6.4.8.1
Research of Daoism in Japan


6.4.8.2
Daoist Studies in Korea


6.4.8.3
Daoist Studies in France


6.4.8.4
Daoist Studies in Germany


6.4.8.5
Daoist Studies in Italy


6.4.8.6
Daoist Studies in the U.S.A.


6.4.8.7
Daoist Studies in Canada


6.4.8.8
Daoist Studies in Russia


6.4.8.9
Daoist Studies in Australia


6.4.8.10
Daoist Studies in the Great Britain

6.4.9
The Daoist Culture Web Site
6.5
Daoism and Us

6.5.1
Dao and Modern Civilization

6.5.2
Dao in Life

6.5.3
A Window to the Study of Dao
6.6
Daoism and Modern Society

special.1
Praying for the Victims of September 11

special.2
The significance of the custom of rewarding deities at the end of the year

6.6.2
To gain and to lose

6.6.7
Wealth and Poverty

6.6.24
Advantages and Disadvantages

6.6.32
Ideals and Illusions

6.6.40
Today and Tomorrow

6.6.43
Perseverance and Withdrawal

6.6.51
Successes and Failures

6.6.53
Innovation and Conservation

6.6.54
Favorable and Unfavorable Circumstances

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