The Sayings of Lao Tzu: The Recognition of the Universal Force AudiobookRegular price $15.00 Sale price $2.00 Save 87%
Lao-Tzu, also known as Laozi was a Chinese philosopher believed to have lived in the 6th century BCE and is credited with writing the Tao-Te-Ching which centers around the idea that the way of virtue lies in simplicity and a recognition of a natural, universal force known as the Tao.
The name by which he is known is not a personal name but an honorific title meaning `Old Man’ or `Old Teacher’ and there has been countless speculation as to whether an individual by that name ever existed or whether Lao-Tzu is an amalgam of many different philosophers.
He expounded on the concept of the “Tao,” which generated the entire universe and guided the harmonious operation of the world. Emerson, on the other hand, believed that by returning to nature, people could intuitively experience the omnipotent “Oversoul,” an all-pervading spiritual essence or vital force in the universe as manifestation of God’s overwhelming presence.
He is traditionally regarded as the founder of Taoism. This book is a compilation of his most profound writings translated directly from ancient Chinese texts. - Summary by Nemo
- By: Lao Tzu
- Translated by: Lionel GILES
- Length: 1 hr and 16 mins
- Format: MP3 (zip file)
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