Taoish - a place for irreverent spirituality

Submitted by Mark Saltveit on Thu, 12/20/2012 - 20:07
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My new project is a web place for contemplative spirituality as found in the modern West, primarily -- but not limited to -- Daoism and its manifestations in the United States. I'm less focused on traditional religious and self-cultivation practices (which are covered extensively elsewhere) than on arts, music, politics and sports. Where are the modern Butcher Dings? The "deeper" category goes more into Daoist concepts and thought.

I'm very open to other voices, so if you have something to share or publicize that fits this aesthetic, please email me.


Overview of Daoism

Submitted by James Miller on Tue, 01/03/2012 - 12:16
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Statue of LaoziDaoism, also spelled Taoism, is China’s organized, indigenous religious system. Daoists take as their focus the goal of obtaining the Dao, or Way, the unnameable source of generative vitality in a universe of constant transformation.

Chinese Medical Qigong

Submitted by Kevin W Chen on Thu, 11/03/2011 - 17:38
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Qigong is one of the most important aspects of traditional Chinese culture and medicine. In recent years, Qigong therapy has attracted more and more attention from modern medicine and science, and is now widely applied in clinical settings to treat illness and promote well-being.

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