Living the Wisdom of the Tao

Living the Wisdom of the Tao Accessibly interpreted by Wayne Dyer this title gives simple steps that are easy to follow all from the Tao Te Ching It offers you an opportunity to internalize and directly experience the great wisd

  • Title: Living the Wisdom of the Tao
  • Author: Wayne W. Dyer
  • ISBN: 9781401916275
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
  • Living the Wisdom of the Tao

    Accessibly interpreted by Wayne Dyer, this title gives simple steps that are easy to follow all from the Tao Te Ching It offers you an opportunity to internalize and directly experience the great wisdom of the Tao Te Ching, a collection of verses authored by the Chinese prophet Lao tzu.

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    1. Ƥαʋℓα Я. ♏❥

      Loved it!Chapter 29"There is a time for being ahead,a time for being behind;a time for being in motion,a time for being at rest;a time for being vigorous,a time for being exhausted;a time for being safe,a time for being in danger."Similar to Ecclesiastes 3:1-8King James Version (KJV)3 To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:2 A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;3 A time to kill, and a time to h [...]

    2. Mindy

      This is a beautiful book! The pages are covered with lovely artwork. The book consists of the 81 verses of the Tao Te Ching that Lao-tzu wrote with Dyer's rendition of the many versions available. Plus, each verse is prefaced with an affirmation that compliments the verse quite well. I was really interested in reading the actual Tao Te Ching writings after reading Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life. Similar to the Bible, each verse can have many meanings and I enjoyed coming to my own conclu [...]

    3. Sara

      So much to be learned from this collection of 81 verses by the Chinese philosopher Lao-tzu—simply a lovely book with elegant illustrations.

    4. Heather

      Perhaps no book touches us the way it does the first time we read it. I fell in love with the first copy I read of the Tao Te Ching, it was borrowed from the library at a time of deep spiritual struggling and so admittedly I may be biased to that version. While Dr Dyer's translation gets the same meaning across, for me it doesn't hold the magical/poetic quality of the one I read so many years ago. However it is still a wonderful work that I refer to frequently and the bonuses to this version is [...]

    5. Madhav Sekar

      Didn't realize entire Tao Te Ching was a short series of verses. Super insightful. Main takeaway is on the importance of happiness and peace of mind coming from within. 2 favorite ideas/quots: "There is no way to happiness, happiness is the way" and "Paradise is wherever I am"

    6. Elsie

      I have never read the complete works of the Tao Te Ching by Lao Zi before, but for the past 3 weeks,went through the 81 verses in 3 different translated versions.They are : "Living the Wisdom of the Tao" by Wayne W.Dyer (2008) "Tao Te Ching" by Gia-Fu Feng & Jane English (1997) and "Tao Te Ching" by Stephen Mitchell (2000).The beauty of the Tao Te Ching is in the Chinese classical way it was written more than 2,500 years ago.And of the 3 books, only Gia-Fu Feng was able to give the true esse [...]

    7. Brenda

      The Tao Te Ching has been interpreted a number of times. Dr Dyer has spoken about the Tao in numerous other books he has written. He does a good job at laying out the Tao as far as western interpretation goes, but what I found myself scratching my head over a few times was his own interpretation that would immediately follow the Tao verse. I believe the Tao is to be read as a bible is to be read. Everyone reads it and applies it to themselves in their own way. So in this circumstance I found the [...]

    8. Angel

      I finally got through this book. And I am not saying that in a bad way. April has been a horrible month for me in terms of reading. I barely finished this one and other book, which is rare for me. Anyhow, to this book. It is a nice accessible translation of the Tao Te Ching verses. Dr. Dyer then adds little affirmations to supplement or set the tone for the reading. Overall, it's an ok. It definitely will give you something to think about. There were a couple of passages that I particularly like [...]

    9. hissi

      Under heaven all can see beauty as beauty only because there is uglinessAll can know good as good only because there is evilBy not displaying what is desirable you will cause the people's hearts to remain undisturbed The sun in often softened by a cloudDon't live for yourself only Put yourself last and you will end up aheadRetire when the work is doneThis book has gems Definitely recommended

    10. Julie

      This was a nice daily read but was definitely my least favorite of the translations of Tao Te Ching. My favorite components were actually the daily affirmations and GORGEOUS illustrations on every page.

    11. Inderpal

      when i read it, i highly disagreed. it is also a difficult read, since one has to decrypt the small but powerful sayings/poems. i think i will take another good look at it again before passing a final judgement.

    12. Cyn

      95% of the book is ripped fr Tao Te Ching. how could it changed the author s name and became his own book? There s not much insights beyond what Tao Te Ching told. I d prefer to read the original book fr Lao Tse w better translation.

    13. Sher

      Self help Is the perfect category for this interpretation of the Tao Te Ching. Each chapter of the Tao Te Ching is interpreted in several lines and the facing page provides affirmations written by Dyer. New age translation attractive to Western readersrong focus on "I".

    14. Danielle Lovesey

      This is a really good book to read, it very calming and many of the verses can be easily applied to day to day life, the Tao verses so times differ from the authors description of them, but over all the book is good because both are their to take individually or together

    15. Ella Roberts

      After reading "Gifts from Eykis" and then reading this book, I thought this is more like what I expected from Dr. Wayne Dyer, this book came into my life at the right time and I followed it day-by-day, while reading other enlightening books and it really contributed to a shifting state of mind.

    16. Tara Brabazon

      Bizarre. Bizarre.This book presents the verses of the Tao and two sentences from Wayne Dyer to 'translate' these beautiful phrases into American English.Sigh.Read the original. Ignore the 'modern' translation.

    17. Roma Khetarpal

      One of Wayne Dyer's finest works. He has simplified the sometimes complex messages of the Tao Te Ching and made it digestible. Love!

    18. Randi

      I love this book The copy I have is beautiful and the verses are great to read. A nice book to have around, especially if you are having troubles.

    19. Chris Cook

      Dyer refers to this book in later books, so I'm glad I was able to read it. I'm also glad I have now read a translation of the Tao, for my own spiritual knowledge.

    20. P.a.jayaprakash

      Its wisdombut its more about to be a hypocrite, to become perfect is too uglyTo me enlightenment means understand and be imperfect

    21. Monica

      I enjoy the affirmations paired up with the actual verses. Reading 1 per day & focusing/meditating on that helps put your life into perspective.

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