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Be A Better And Happier You With Tao Wisdom
by Stephen Lau

A 132-page book based on the ancient wisdom of Lao Tzu's immortal classic "tao TeChing." Attain true human wisdom to understand what is genuine human goodness in order to know who you really are and not what you "think" you are: that is, you are the happiness.

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TAO: The Way to Biblical Wisdom
by Stephen Lau

A complete translation of Lao Tzu's immortal classic Tao Te Ching with respect to the Holy Bible.

Learn and understand the ancient human wisdom from China in order to attain Biblical wisdom.

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The Book of Life and Living
by Stephen Lau

Wisdom in the art of living well is based on the integration of conventional wisdom, spiritual wisdom, and the  wisdom of Tao from ancient China. Get your blueprint for holistic living for a healthy body, mind, and spirit.

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As If Everything Is A Miracle
by Stephen Lau

Rethink your mind, renew your body, and reconnect your soul in order to align your being to know who you are and what you need to live your life as if everything is a miracle.

Your soul is your compass, and your mind is your map; without them, your body is going nowhere and you live as if nothing is a miracle.

Get the wisdom of the body, the mind, and the soul to live a life of meaning and purpose.

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The Wisdom of Letting Go
by Stephen Lau

Letting go of all attachments in the material world is the only way to let go of the ego, which is formed by a distorted human mind. This human flaw can be eradicated with the ancient Tao wisdom from China, and complemented with the Biblical wisdom. Learn how to let go to let God.

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My Way! No Way! TAO Is The Way!
by Stephen Lau

This is one-of-a-kind approach to depression, a universal mind disorder in a world of depression.

Unlike the conventional ways of avoiding depression, such as the use of exercise as distraction,.suppressing the symptoms, such as the use of affirmations or visualizations, and up lifting the depressive moods using medications, this new approach uses the ancient TAO wisdom from China to let you fully experience anything and everything in depression.

TAO is the way through depression, instead of avoiding it. You may become enlightened and free yourself of depression forever; if not, at least you may look at your depression differently.

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You Just Don't Die!
by Stephen Lau

This 154-page book is more than just about how to live to a ripe old age; it is about how to live as if everything is a miracle even though you may have many life changes and challenges as you plod along your life journey. You need consciousness of the body, the mind, and the soul to live a meaningful and purposeful life, if you just don't die! Live in the now,  and live  as if there were no tomorrow, and tomorrow is just another day, if you just don't die!

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TAO Wisdom  to live and survive in a world  of DEPRESSION!
The wisdom to live and survive if you live to 100 and beyond!
TAO wisdom is the only pathway to understanding the inexplicable spiritual wisdom!
A blueprint  for holistic living in this world as if everything is a miracle!
Alignment of the body, the mind, and the soul is the only way to live in this world of complexity!
Let go of all your attachments in this material world to live the life you are meant to live!
TAO wisdom is knowing self, others, and the world around as they are, and not what they are supposed to be!
The Happiness Wisdom
by Stephen Lau

This is a153-page book based on the ancient wisdom from the East and the West, the conventional wisdom, and the spiritual wisdom to create your own happiness recipe for you to travel on your uniquely yours life journey. 

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Happiness is a perception of the  mind; wisdom is thus necessary for that right perception!
No Ego No Stress
by Stephen Lau

The human ego is the source and the underlying cause of all human miseries, including human diseases. Get the wisdom to get rid of the ego.

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No ego, no stress! Let go of attachments that you think define who you are!

Chinese Natural Healing

Stephen Lau
The TAO of Living for Life
by Stephen Lau

Get the human wisdom of Lao Tzu, the ancient Chinese sage, to live in the world, but not of the world -- which is living not just for yourself but also for others as well.

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The TAO of living is the miracle of living as if every-thing is indeed a miracle!
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      BALANCE AND HARMONY                        

Marital Balance and Harmony

The ancient Chinese philosophy of life and living may throw some light on managing your own marital balance and harmony.

The Five Elements

Thousands of years ago, the Chinese began to use the five elements to describe interactions and relationships between things that happened in their lives.

According to the ancient Chinese wisdom, the five elements were: wood, fire, earth, metal, and water, and they are still believed to be the fundamental elements of everything in the universe, between which interactions occur, and thus creating the balance and harmony.

Balance and harmony

The five elements balance and complement one another to create internal balance and harmony:

·  Water nourishes trees or wood.

·  Without wood, there’ll be no fire (which burns wood).

·  Without fire burning wood, there’ll be no earth (the ashes from the burnt wood).

·  Without earth, there’ll be no metal (from the earth itself).

Likewise, your marriage should have internal balance, not just within each other but also toward each other.

A natural cycle

These five elements also create a natural cycle of all things, both visible and invisible:

Fire heats metal to produce water; without metal, there’ll be no water; without water, there’ll be no tree or wood; without fire, there’ll be no earth.

Fire melts metal; metal cuts wood; wood separates earth; earth absorbs water; water smothers fire.

The wisdom is that all things follow a natural cycle: what does up must also come down. That is, success is followed by failure, just as life is inevitably followed by death. The wisdom is to accept and embrace anything and everything without resistance. The truth is to learn valuable lessons from them, such as letting go of past failed relationships, and resilience to survive and thrive in your present marriage.

Characters and characteristics of the five elements 

·Fire: charismatic; eloquent; energetic; passionate; volatile.

·Wood: aggressive; challenging; competitive.

·Earth: caring and nurturing; compassionate and empathetic; reliable and resilient.

·Metal: brave; faithful; intellectually sharp; methodical; organized; righteous; self-disciplined.

·Water: adaptable; determined and forceful; self-sufficient; strong-willed.


So, if you believe in the five elements, and how they may affect your marriage and your marriage partner, then find out which element you and your marriage partner belong to so that you may have a better understanding of each other’s character and personality.

To find out on the Internet, you need to know the year that you and your marriage partner were born, and the animal that you and your marriage partner belong to.

There’re altogether 12 animals:

·Wood: Tiger and Rabbit.

·Fire: Snake and Horse.

·Earth: Ox, Dragon, Goat, and Dog.

·Metal: Money and Rooster.

·Water: Pig and Rat.

Think about your own nature with reference to the five elements. Are you strong and independent like metal, bold and pioneering like wood, soft and flexible like water, fiery and passionate like fire, or nurturing and receptive like earth?

The reality

No matter what, internal balance and harmony is the essence of a good and happy marriage.

What you see in everyone and everything around you is a reflection of you, or what’s inside you. Neither is internal peace a myth, nor are internal conflicts a condition of existence. Inner peace is an acquired state of mind that recognizes the importance of internal balance and harmony.

So how do you have internal balance and harmony within yourself?

Look deep inside you to have a better understanding of what you really seek in your marriage partner, or from any other individuals, including your children and close members of your family. Always use your consciousness of breath to go deep into your inner being with your mindfulness. Practice meditation every day.

When your mind is quiet-in absence of the fear of the sound of silence-your mind can then experience clarity of thinking that may enable you to know yourself and your marriage partner better.

So, meet any marriage conflict head on, deal with it, and resolve it together with your marriage partner, if possible.
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