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Taoism (18 Sites, 142 Hits) 12/31/1996
The Taoism webring has been in existence since 1998, and is a collection of websites related to Taoism and Taoist topics. Tao (or Dao) means "path" or "way", although it has taken on more abstract meanings. Taoist propriety and ethics emphasize the Three Jewels of the Tao: compassion, moderation, and humility. Taoist thought generally focuses on nature, health, longevity, wu wei (effortless action), liberty, immortality and spontaneity. Sites in this ring offer content relating to all of the above, and also yin-yang, Tao-te ching, I-ching, Lao-tzu, plus personal reflections and experiences relating to the way of Taoism.
Association of Taoism WebRing (8 Sites, 77 Hits) 05/26/2001
| ||Taoism is based on complete reality. The Daoist Canon of the Zhengtong Era is classified into Three Grottoes, Four Complements, and twelve subsections. The "Three Grottoes" refer to those of Pervasive Perfection, Pervasive Mystery and Pervasive Divinity: the first of Scriptures of the Highest Clarity; the second of Scriptures of the Numinous Treasure; the third of The Book of the Three August Ones. The "Four Complements" were at first The Catalogue of the Seven Sections of the Jade Apocrypha. "Four Complements" refer to the Supreme Clarity, Supreme Peace, Supreme Mystery and Orthodox Oneness, which supplement Pervasive Perfection, Pervasive Mystery, Pervasive Divinity . Such are the Three Caverns (with the Four Supplements).|
Wandering Daoists (38 Sites, 1131 Hits) 01/04/1998
| ||Wandering Taoists sometimes gather together to share poetry, light chats, and warm tea. Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu, Chuang Tzu, Wu-Wei, and other topics related to Tao and Taoism are shared by websites in this ring.
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