‘The Tao of Nutrition’ is a quotes collection I have made from ‘The Tao of Nutrition’ by Dr. Maoshing Ni & Cathy McNease, Los Angeles, Tao of Wellness Press, 2012. Then I narrated the quotes for the audio version. Here are the topics:
—Yin and Yang
—Your Body is the Greatest Healer
—Traditional Chinese View of the Body
—Organs of the Body
—The Five Tastes
—The Eight Differentiations
—Causes of Disease
—Prevention of Disease
—Guidelines for a Balanced Diet
‘Tai Chi Quotes’ is a quotes collection that I have made from ‘Tai Chi: for a Healthy Body, Mind and Spirit, by Hua-Ching Ni & Mao Shing Ni
Los Angeles, Tao of Wellness Press, 2011. Here are the topics:
—Tai Chi and Spirituality
—Tai Chi and Energy Refinement
—Tai Chi and Internal Harmony
—Tai Chi and Qigong
—Tai Chi and Dao
—Learning Tai Chi
—Tai Chi and Self-Healing
—Tai Chi and Energy Absorption and Utilization
—Tai Chi and Rejuvenation
—Tai Chi versus Sports
—Tai Chi and Spiritual Growth
—Tai Chi and Inner Balance
‘Secrets of Self-Healing’ is a quotes collection I have taken from Dr. Maoshing Ni’s book with the same title (Secrets of Self-Healing: Harness Nature’s Power to Heal Common Ailments, Boost Vitality, and Achieve Optimum Wellness,
New York: Rodale, 2009). Then I narrated the quotes for the audio version.
‘Hua Hu Ching Quotes’ is an essay adapted from Brian Walker’s translation of the ancient Chinese wisdom book ‘Hua Hu Ching,’ which is attributed to Lao-tzu. (Brian Walker, Hua Hu Ching: The Unknown Teachings Lao Tzu, Self-Published EBook, without publishing date and publisher information).
I have made a quotes collection and narrated it for the audio version.
‘Empower Your Spirits’ is an essay adapted from ‘Mysticism: Empowering the Spirit Within,’ by Daoist Master Hua-Ching Ni, Santa Monica: College of Tao, 1992. Here are the contents:
—The Existence of Spiritual Energy
—Omniscience or Mysticism
—The Integral Way
—The Subtle Spiritual Truth (Tao)
—Nurture Your Spirits
—Prayers and Invocations
Audiobook consisting of 1 MP3 audio files, 26 min., and 1 PDF, 20 pages, in one ZIP Archive (35 MB Download). Direct Download.
‘Sayings of Ancestor Lu’ is an old Chinese text translated by Thomas Cleary and published in his book ‘The Spirit of Tao (Shambhala, 1998).’ Presenting the author, that he calls ‘Ancestor Lu,’ he writes: ‘Lii Yen (Lii Yan), commonly known in folklore as Lii Tung-pin (Lii Dongbin), is also called Lii Tsu (Lii Zu), or ‘Ancestor Lii,’ in recognition of his place in Taoist history as a progenitor of the School of Complete Reality. In Taoist tradition he is believed to have lived in the T’ang dynasty (618-90 C.E.).
I have taken quotes from the text and present them in this collection, upon which I narrated them for the audio version.
Audiobook consisting of 14 MP3 audio files, 14 min., and 1 PDF, 17 pages, in one ZIP Archive (21 MB Download). Direct Download.