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  1. [DDJ Meaning] Chapter 81

    Sorry Jeff this may be your interpretation but it is not what Lei Erh was saying. A wise person remains empty, empty of preference, emotion, material possessions, etc and so is like the Dao, because he remains empty he can embrace all peoples and all things. The more he gives to others the greater his emptiness and self cultivation becomes, and so nearer he is to the Dao. The way of Heaven is to single out those people and life forms that are 'special' and so use them to help the world and its people. It remains with those life forms it has chosen to help the world. A wise persons work is to self cultivate into non action, seeing the world turn and evolve at its own will.
  2. Tin Yat Dao Sect

    He has no spiritual power (fa) so he cannot do anything. The Immortal Master gives you spiritual power when you begin to learn through Fa Fu and Fa Shui which one ingests. This builds up in you over the years and as you learn it grows and grows through self cultivation. Without spiritual power it is then dangerous to try and deal with any spirit of any substance. Many earthly bound spirits wish to 'live again', so will inhabit humans, who enjoy mostly a better life than animals. Some people are more susceptible than others. Mentally and physically sensitive people are vulnerable.
  3. Tin Yat Dao Sect

    They are all like this, I can't believe that he would put this up for public viewing
  4. Tin Yat Dao Sect

    I find it unbelievable! I watched his vid on the DDJ .....I couldn't believe what I was hearing.
  5. Tin Yat Dao Sect

    Trouble is many people who like the thought of Dao magic can easily be drawn into his web, there's no Dao police!!!
  6. Tin Yat Dao Sect

    Hi Folks I looked up our old friend Mak Jo Si who basically makes hundreds of videos about some aspect of Daoism, who tries as hard as he can to get his students and friends to validate his teachings. He has reinvented himself three times and is now calling his system Tin Yat Dragon. For any new people who has not come across him before, looking for Dao practices, he is a fraudster and really is only interested in your money and pumping up his own very inflated ego. It seems to me he reads alot of books and looks at videos and makes up his own versions of things that are part of a genuine Dao practice. He is not doing genuine Dao sects any favours with his obsession with guns and knives. Buyer be very aware is all I have to say.
  7. [DDJ Meaning] Chapter 76

    I think you are being provocative for the sake of it and I'm not wasting my time on you.
  8. [DDJ Meaning] Chapter 76

    If you act like the stream of the universe and perceives its properties then you will have achieved this!
  9. [DDJ Meaning] Chapter 76

    How you perceive the world is how you will act!
  10. [DDJ Meaning] Chapter 76

    The principle of no principle does not rely on describing things as'male' or 'female' or of Tai Ji, it simply uses collective wisdom that teaches us that a soft principle brings about a better conclusion. Our spiritual book the DDJ is about that; of letting go of rigid ideas. Remember it is a great book, but it is about how one can perceive the world and oneself to the benefit of all.
  11. [DDJ Meaning] Chapter 76

    This verse is about making yourself soft; that's not slow or dumb. It's about sticking to a principle of no principle; therefore one can overcome the challenges that life throws at you. It is as simple as that.
  12. Modern Taijiquan Sucks!

    Tai Ji Is a Dao fighting art. In the modern world it is not taught as a fighting art. Its core practices were like any other martial art; developing the strength of the body and the core, developing hands, forearms and feet that could deliver potent and lethal blows without too much damage being done to the hands etc. (iron fist). Speed and agility along with technique and eventually internal power were the basis of the art and the form was practiced fast and with emphasis on certain techniques. There is too much bullshit talked about so called internal arts. All arts are both internal and external, they have to be to be balanced as fighting arts and as health benefits.
  13. An Awakening through Living in the Wilderness

    Yes a great description and really how people should live, but an awakening can can occur in the midst of chaos of a big city; it is what lies in the heart that counts!
  14. Five Important Themes of the DDJ

    Neidan does not involve loads of rituals etc etc. True neidan involves quiet inward/outward looking, involves the cultivation of energy and of the self.
  15. Five Important Themes of the DDJ

    Yes its difficult to let go of what one is and what one has become. I think you have the wrong idea about neidan by your description.