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Workshops 2016: Photo Album

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These photos were taken when Wudang Taoist Internal Alchemy Workshops was underway in Mount Wudang during Septmber 10-24, 2016. People from different countries gathered in Wudang to explore the ancient study for enlightenment from ignorance and delusion, for seeking the solution for enduring well-being, physically and mentally as well as for understanding the reality of mundane world and transmundane world


Book Project: Discourse on Chuang Tzu


Book Project - Discourse on Chuang Tzu

The Chuang Tzu (莊子) is an ancient Chinese text from the late Warring States period (3rd century BC) which contains stories and anecdotes that exemplify the carefree nature of the ideal Daoist sage. Named for its traditional author, "Master Zhuang", the Zhuangzi is one of the two foundational texts of Daoismm—along with the Dao De Jing —and is generally considered the most important of all Daoist writings.


Innate Nature: The Great Ethereal Kingdom

By Hu Xuezhi

There has long been a tale telling a Buddhist who, once upon a time, summed up his experiences through long-time silent exercise, saying, "My form is a peepul trunk, my heart is as clean as like a looking-glass. I have been dusting my heart every now and then lest it should incur even one slight stain." Upon this, Liu Chu, a great saint, at once pointed to the depth of the truth, saying, "Originally, there existed no tree called peepul, nor a mirror. When there was nothing at all, how to incur dust?"

An analogy can be applicable to explaining the relation between heart and pre-heaven nature. The heart works as like earth, while our nature the emperor. Or in other words, our heart serves as like a vast territory while our nature the king holding reins over it.  

The Way to Eternity


By Hu Xuezhi

Once before, Sakyamuni, the founder of Buddhism, respectfully addressed his father, saying that he had long cherished four desires: the first is no disease, the second no aging, the third retaining youth, and the last no death. Lao Tzi, the founder of Taoism as well as the most inscrutable thinker in Chinese history, once said that the heaven and the earth will converge upon you if your heart remains purged of all stray thoughts and ideas and continues to be

Workshop 2018: Intent Registration

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