Tien-Tao’s concept of the cosmos
Originated from I Ching, which advocates the noble Truth of Tao: the material world is originated from the Void, the essence of the Void is Tao, and Tao is God.
I Ching describes the principles of Changes – I.
I consists of three different characteristics:
Non-change, Change, and Interaction. Continue reading “Introduction II: Concept of the Cosmos”
The shapeless and formless Tao brings about various elements and spiritual energy. These elements and spiritual energy combine to form living cells. Cells then proliferate into living entities.
Because of the differences in the combination of elements and the intensity of spiritual energy, each living entity is unique. The intensity of the spiritual energy given to a species determines its class. Continue reading “3. The relationship between Tao and mankind”
Tao created the cosmos. Tao and Its changes subsist throughout the cosmos. All changes in the cosmos are the manifestation of Tao’s existence. Mankind and all other beings originate from Tao and rely on It for their developments.
Tao is the Lord of the cosmos, the Truth, the Way, and the Life.
Continue reading “2. Tao’s Divinity”
In the beginning, the cosmos is a void without any form or substance. However, in this obscure state, there exists an indescribable abstruse energy. Without beginning or end, It is ever changing and continuously self-rejuvenating.
This energy created billions of galaxies, stars, and solar systems. It also created billions of life forms on Earth; including humans, animals and plants. Continue reading “1. What is the true meaning of Tao?”
Part One: The Theories
The True Meaning of Tao
Tien-Tao is being descended to reveal to mankind that Tao is the Absolute Truth. Tao exists before Heaven and Earth. It will still exist after the destruction of Heaven and Earth. It is everlasting. Continue reading “Introduction I: The True Meaning of Tao”