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Transcript of doaism
Goals of Life
Taoists want to achieve immortality by becoming one with Tao.
Mythical Story of Pan Ku
Nature of God
Live in harmony with Tao than merge with Tao and become an immortal and free there soul.
After Death and Salvation
Women in Taoism
Positive View on Femininity
Men and Women Equals
Basic beliefs and philosophies
Relationship with gods
5 Million Practice
China, Japan, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Viet Nam
Based of Buddhism
Scriptures about Heavens
Slow moving Exercises
Disciplines the Mind
A Form of Meditation
Practiced by Millions
Increased air capacity
Increased sleep quality
Enhance the immune system
Breathe In With Your Abdomen
Then Let Your Upper Chest Fill In
Now Release the Breath with Your Upper Chest
Now Finnish with your abdomen
Worshiped at houses
Worshiped at Temples
Life is the greatest of all possessions and should be lived simply.
Wore silk robes
Priests were worshiped
Everyone is equal including women
Many diffrent like Chin Tan and Chen Ta
Become better person
Live in harmony with the universe
Rituals/Rites of Passages
Balance yin and yang
Sects believe in different rites of passages
Area of Origin
In the beginning, there was only chaos, until the egg of Pan Ku was hatched after 18,000 years and created the world.
The founder of Taoism was Lao Tzu.
He developed the main ideas of the Taoism.
Originated from China
Had no exact origin of place
The two famous texts were the Tao Te Ching and the Chuang-tzu.
These texts influenced the way of thinking of the world and their lives