The Dao De Jing: Traditionally credited to sage Laozi and dated, approximately, to the 6th century BC. The text concerns itself with the Dao (or "Way"), and how it is expressed by virtue (de). Specifically, the text emphasizes the virtues of naturalness and non-action (wuwei). This translation is simple, modern, and fresh.
Anthology on Cultivation of Realization: A document from 1739 (Ming Dynasty) that emphasizes development of the natural, social, and spiritual elements in human life.
Treatise on Sitting Forgetting: A Tang Dynasty text that sets meditation practice in terms familiar to Confucians and Buddhists.
Sayings of Taoist Master Danyang: Wisdom of the Taoist wizard and representative of the Complete Reality School.
Secret Writings on the Mechanisms of Nature: An anthology taken from one hundred sixty-three Taoist sources, including ancient classics and works on meditation and spiritual alchemy, along with admonitions and teachings of the great Taoist luminaries.
Zhang Sanfeng’s Taiji Alchemy Secrets: A treatise on the inner mediation practices that are the proper foundation of the martial art Taiji.
Secret Records of Understanding the Way: A rare and remarkable collection of talks by an anonymous Taoist master of the later Qing dynasty. Traditional teachings with a sometimes strikingly modern bent.
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