The Way of the Tao

The Way of the Tao represents a journey to be, to quiet the mind, open the heart and let go.
The Way of the Tao -- A Brief Sketch

Water flows. It moves around, over, under and through objects. It adjusts to the contours that it encounters, only to change shape with the ebb and flow of the universe. The Tao, like water, represents a journey in awakening to one’s true self. As water erodes stationary and fixed structures, so too does the Tao. Sometimes in opposition and more frequently just ignoring authority, the Taoist lives in alignment with nature,  simply and softly. Wu wei denotes working without stressful effort, acting when it is appropriate and letting go of the fruits of one’s labor when the task is complete. As a Taoist adept you will find yourself striving to live “counter to almost every socially accepted norm” (Martin, 2016, p. 4). You will embrace this way not because you want to be obstinate or relish in being an antagonist, but because you will realize that true consciousness, health and freedom come from following the Tao.

About the Program

The Master leads by emptying people's minds and filling their cores, by weakening their ambition and toughening their resolve. He helps people lose everything they know, everything they desire, and creates confusion in those who think that they know. Practice not-doing, and everything will fall into place (Tao Te Jing).

Program Details

It will be a twelve-month course that explores of nature of the true self and establish a solid foundation to embrace the Tao.

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    Level 1: The Way

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    Level 2: Traditional Chinese Medicine & the Tao

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    Level 3: Sitting in Oblivion & Activism

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