The word ‘Tao’ 道 (or Dao) translates into “path” or “way” and Taoist belief is based on the idea that there is a central or organising principle of the Universe, a natural order or a “way of heaven”, that we can come to know by living in harmony with nature, in tune with our hearts […]
Just as the Taiji represents aspects of ourselves and our relationships, so too it refers to multiple levels of organisation, diverse connections to whole and Universal systems. When we analyse balance from a Feng Shui level we not only take a personal or inter-personal viewpoint but also analyse the balance within the greater system of […]
Lao Tzu wrote the Tao De Ching in the 6th Century BC and was a leading figure in the spiritual practice of Daoism. He believed that underlying every apparent discord there is harmony and that we should take time to be who we really are at heart.
Technology can make life easier but not essentially better. On Friday, I led a group expedition with seven teenagers into the beautiful wilderness of Sai Kung Country Park, Hong Kong. The contrasts between their [and my own] home environment of Central & Western Hong Kong Island could not be any greater. Our familiar jungle is […]
The trees are about to show us how lovely it is to let the dead things go.