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2013 Chawangpu "He He" Xiao Bing Raw 200g

2013 Chawangpu
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He he is the last cake from Chawangpu 2013 spring production we offer now. He He is...

2013 Chawangpu "Gao Shan Liu Shui" Xiao Bing

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高山流水 [gāo shān liú shuǐ] :lofty mountains and flowing water; -- referring to the harsh reality...

2011 "Zi Qi Dong Lai" Ripe Puerh Cake 150g

2011
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"Zi Qi Dong Lai" : The Purple Air coming from the east -- a propitious omen (from the East) is...


Quotes - Tao

„If you give rise to hatred on seeing someone do wrong, that is like seeing someone try to cut his head off and then taking his knife to cut your own neck. When others do wrong on their own account, that is not your responsibility; why take on their evil and make it your own afflictions? Thus when you see wrongdoers, do not hate them, and when you see people doing good, do not admire them. Why? Because both obstruct the Way. “

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Source Book: Cleary, Thomas. Practical Taoism. Shambhala Publications Inc, 1998. p. 112. ISBN: 978-1570622007. [q708] [s79]


„Zhang Ziyang said, “The way of restorative alchemy is most simple and easy; it is like a circle.” Yu Yuwu said, “What is the circle? It is the Absolute of the Book of Changes. When the Absolute goes into motion, it produces yin and yang. When motion culminates, it reverts to stillness and in stillness produces yin. When stillness culminates, it returns to movement. Movement and stillness in alternation constitute bases for each other. This is the wonder of Creation, the natural course of the Way.” “

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Source Book: Cleary, Thomas. Practical Taoism. Shambhala Publications Inc, 1998. p. 112. ISBN: 978-1570622007. [q718] [s79]


„The third thing is true observation. This true observation is the way the wise attain prior awareness, the way the able practice skillful examination. Even a meal or a nap is a source of loss or gain; even a single act or a single word can be the root of disaster or fortune. Even clever maintenance of the branches is not as good as clumsy preservation of the root. Observing the root and knowing the branch is not a sense of haste either. So stop the mind, minimize concerns, and reduce contrivance. Body tranquil, mind free, you can then observe the subtle. “

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Source Book: Cleary, Thomas. Practical Taoism. Shambhala Publications Inc, 1998. p. 112. ISBN: 978-1570622007. [q705] [s79]



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„The second thing is to govern the mind. The mind is the ruler of the whole body, the commander of all the mental power. When it is quiet, it produces insight; when agitated, it is necessary to sit calmly, collect the mind, and detach from objects, so the mind does not cling to anything, spontaneously entering into absolute nonresistance. The mind then merges with the Way. “

Source Book: Cleary, Thomas. Practical Taoism. Shambhala Publications Inc, 1998. p. 112. ISBN: 978-1570622007. [q704] [s79]

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