Walking the Tao – Chapter 8

Tao is called “the Watercourse Way.” Lao-Tzu suggests that we would do well to align ourselves with our own “water-nature.” In this chapter he gives some hints that may help us discover the joy that is always within us, though often hidden from our awareness. Simplicity, present-moment living, clarity of thought and speech, pleasure in our daily work – all of these things are cues that reveal when we are “in the flow” instead of in our conditioned cultural mind.

(Reminder: On Saturday, September 24, I will be conducting a 3 hour webinar titled: “Coping With Chaos.” I would be delighted if you could join me.) For information click: Coping With Chaos)

Author: William Martin

Taoist teacher and consultant

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