Daoist Cultivation in the Znongnan Mountains.

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TitleDaoist Cultivation in the Znongnan Mountains.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsMILBRAT, G. E. R. H. A. R. D., & GOLLENBECK K. N. U. T.
JournalJournal of Daoist Studies
Volume6
Pagination193 - 202
Date Published2013/02//
ISBN Number19415516
KeywordsLaozi, LI, Jiacheng, 1928-, Tao, TAOIST meditations, Taoist philosophy, ZHONGNAN Mountain (China)
Abstract

The article discusses the cultivation of Daoist philosophy (Daoism) in Zhongnan Mountains, China. It states that Zhongnan Mountains was the center of Daoism development where Laozi transmitted the Daode jing. It mentions that Master Li Jiacheng, a 22nd generation Longmen, created a new dimension of Daoist practices that centered on self cultivation, quigong, and meditation. Moreover, Zuogong exercises and Daoist medicine were developed to strengthen the fundamentals of Daoism.

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