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Basics of Taoism 2

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The purpose of this class is to provide the student with a framework to understand the philosophical underpinnings of Daoism as exemplified by the concepts Yin and Yang.

This class will explore Yin and Yang as categorical processes. In addition, it will examine the basic relationships that these two concepts have with one another. Throughout the course, we will be examining real world examples to illustrate these concepts.
Basics of Taoism I
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There are two sessions open, but the material covered will be very similar. Participation in both sessions is NOT required.
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    Sun Jun 24 at 04:15 pm EST
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Basics of Taoism 2
75 Minute Session
Sun Jun 24 at 03:00 pm EST
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Hello all, First, let me thank you for stopping by my page. I know there is a lot out there, so I'm honored that you've chosen to take a look. I have been a student, teacher, and/or practitioner of applied Eastern philosophies almost 20 years. My background is in Chinese medicine, where I have practiced, taught, and written extensively on the subject. I also have a strong working knowledge of qi gong and meditation from a Taoist perspective, which informs my everyday view of the world at large. I love sharing my knowledge with those willing to listen and have come to recognize teaching as one of my passions. When I combine this with helping others to heal (another of my passions), it allows both student and teacher to learn in concert with one another, I still consider myself a student (albeit one with a certain level of expertise), which leads me to keep a natural curiosity about the world around me and others within it. This is something that I hope that I never lose and which I enjoy bringing out in others. The main goal of my work is to help a student gain a sense of embodiment within both themselves and the world, as it is truly only from this place which we begin to change the world. I hope you will join me in this process