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The Gentle Path of Spiritual Progress Paperback – December 21, 2009
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Taoist ideas have many layers. The Tao Te Ching is mumbo-jumbo to some, but to others it describes a process of "internal alchemy", to others it describes a path of natural living, to others it describes a way to govern ...
Ni Hua-Ching's book seems to properly reflect each of these layers. He does come from a long family of practicioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (e.g. acupuncture). His emphasis on simplicity and naturalness are "true Taoist" ideas. Certainly his is an interpretation, and there are others, but his sits well with me.