The Spiritual Teachings of the Tao – Mark Forstater
The author of “Spiritual Teachings of Marcus Aurelius” now unveils the philosophy of Taoism which began with Chuang Tzu in the 4th century and remains the most influential in the Eastern world. Tao, meaning The Way, provides rich insight and guidance for a long life, contentment and wisdom. Chuang Tzu wrote a series of fables and stories to illuminate the workings of the Tao which Forstater selects and reinterprets for our age. Entertaining, often surprisingly striking and radical, the teachings of the Tao are just as relevant today as they were 1600 years ago. Its philosophy forms the basis of everything from feng shui and acupuncture to Tai Chi and traditional Chinese medicine.