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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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TAO Wisdom in Natural Healing

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TAO WISDOM IN NATURAL HEALING

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The Wisdom of Letting Go
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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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The essentials of Tao Te Ching are evident in the healing philosophy of Chinese medicine, which is based on the natural healing of yin and yang and the principles of the Five Elements. Their balance and harmony becomes the foundation of health rejuvenation and natural healing.

Literally, yin and yang refer to the dark side and sunny side of a hill, respectively. They possess opposite or contrasting characteristics; yin connotes darkness, coolness, moisture, restfulness, modesty, and descent, while yang represents brightness, warmth, dryness, activity, aggressiveness, and ascent. Yin and yang should balance each other to promote health and natural healing; their imbalance is the primary cause of disease.

For centuries, Chinese physicians have used foods and herbs to balance the yin and yang in their patients not only for natural healing but also for health maintenance.
In Chinese healing, disease is seen as the result of the excess or deficiency of qi, which is life energy in the body, which is essentially a reflection of the lack of harmony between yin and yang.

In Chinese natural healing, the balance and harmony of yin and yang is governed by the Five Elements (wood, fire, earth, metal, and water), which represent not only the cycles of nature but also the different organs of the human body. (For more information, go to Chinese Healing.)

Tao Wisdom in Natural Healing

Tao wisdom shows not only how one should live to the fullest but also how to let the body heal itself through changes in lifestyle. It involves the body, the mind, and the spirit.

Tao wisdom is essentially about letting go the ego-self.

"Freedom from the ego-self, we are free to act without the desire to be valuable.

As a result, everything is done, and people say: 'It happened naturally.'" (Chapter 17, Tao Te Ching)

Humans often cling to the ego-self to define who they are as well as to distinguish themselves from others. Ego-self, which is the opposite of humility, is about self-importance, which is self-delusory. To protect the false self-image, they often cherish expectations, and begin to pick and choose, instead of embracing both the good and the bad in life, to ensure their expectations will become a reality.

"Everything that happens to us is beneficial.
Everything that we experience is instructional.
Everyone that we meet, good or bad, becomes our teacher or student.
We learn from both the good and the bad.
So stop picking ad choosing." (Chapter 27, Tao Te Ching)

"Success is avoiding failure; avoiding failure is seeking success.
Both originate from fear and pride: the sources of human suffering." (Chapter 13, Tao Te Ching)

In the process, they inadvertently create stress for themselves through over-doing, and stress is the underlying cause of disease and disorder, because stress creates disharmony and imbalance in the body, and thus obstructing the free flow of qi, the life energy essential for optimum health and natural healing.

                      My Way! No Way! Tao Is the Way!
                                       
                                         by
                                  Stephen Lau

Depression is just a way to avoid the unhappy and the unpleasant experienced in life. Living in a world of depression, nearly all of us experience this mind disorder one time or another.

Conventional wisdom tells us to avoid depression with distractions. Unfortunately, that does not solve the problem, because depression comes from the mind. Going on  vacation, a shopping spree, or even taking a drrug will not solve the problem.

Tao wisdom shows us to experience every aspect of depression in order to understand how and why we may have depression in the first place. Don't run away from it. There is no escape from the inescapable -- which is the reality of life. Experience your depression, and become enlightened to free yourself from depression for the rest of your life. Even if you don't become enlightened, you may still look at your depression differently.

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TAO: The Way to Biblical Wisdom                                        
                                
                                       
by
                                   Stephen Lau

The interpretations of Tao Te Ching are as many as its translations. Each author is looking at Lao Tzu's immortal classic from his or her own perspective, and this is also one of the many reasons why Tao Te Ching is intriguing and controversial.

The Bible and Tao Te Ching are among the most translated and extensively read books of all time, and for a good reason: one is about God's wisdom, and the other is about human wisdom.

The author's own translation of Tao Te Ching is based on his belief that Lao Tzu's masterpiece is all about the Creator of the universe, and that only with true human wisdom man sees not only the manifestations but also the mysteries of His creation.

This book is about true human wisdom without the “conditioned” thinking of contemporary wisdom. The Way-the essentials of the "reverse" mindset of Lao Tzu-is the way to Biblical wisdom.

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