TAO is an idea, albeit a spiritual one, used to express our wonder and involvement in the universe. TAO could be expressed as an energy interplay, in a material, physical, and spiritual sense. It is the movement of the universe and all our involvements, and could be 'seen' as a flow of energy.
" You can improve your life
when you know it's possible "
TAO is the great flow of energy running through the universe, that takes you and everything with it. This has a huge impact on Humanity, on your own involvement and relationships, awareness, and your enjoyment of life, as well as your spiritual development. Apart from all the theories about TAO, it is just within each different momentary situation you find yourself in.
In the " TAO I CHING ~ The Mystic Gateway " there is a way, or approach, through your own observations, that goes some way to explaining why things happen as they do. The ancient Chinese discovered a way to show this TAO energy in hexagram symbols, which form the basis and construction of the I Ching and TAO I CHING.
When you see TAO as a flow of energy, and particularly in the energy you use, you begin to notice and understand your own awareness, your potential and limitations, and aquire a measure of acceptance, and a quiet faith, or optimism, in life.
The TAO I CHING provides an easy way to convert all of these hexagrams into personal activity. The TAO I CHING presents a spiritual clarification and direction in our busy modern world. You can 'go with the flow', just ask questions, or have a spiritual influence that can actually change the world.
IF YOU WISH TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE ORIGINS AND WORKING OF TAO ENERGY
" TAO TE CHING ~ The Meaning and Power of TAO "
The underlying message of the TAO TE CHING is Chance and Change, and how to approach life as a continuous changing reality. Effortless action (Wu Wei), peace of mind, living in the present, are all packed
into this small book with humility.
You alter your world through an awareness, or Way of quiet observation, and here you will find the secret that the Taoists didn't mention.