Heaven and Earth interact to create all things. Man and woman consummate to give new life. This is the law of nature. Taoism, Buddhism, and Catholicism prohibit sex and acclaim solitude because they pity those who are attached to their spouses and children and cannot practice Tao.
Nowadays, Tien-Tao is available to everyone. It means that practicing Tao should not violate the laws of nature, nor should it violate the Tao of Mankind.* Parents, children, husbands, and wives all live together to practice Tao. Practicing Tao will not conflict with the duties of students, farmers, merchants, or any person. Continue reading “60. Sex exhausts the vitality. Why doesn’t Tien-Tao prohibit sex? (& Q61 to Q62)”
I Ching is the oldest oracle
that details the fundamentals of the creation of the cosmos. Its content is vast and profound. It is the source of all enchantments and magics.
It first states “Qian, Beginning, Cultivation, Reward, and Perseverance.”
Qian has the great might of creation. All things owe their existence to Qian. It represents Tao in the cosmos and the True Self in human. Continue reading “5. I Ching first states Qian, Beginning, Cultivation, Reward, and Perseverance. What does it mean?”