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Taoists believe "Do not worry about worldly matters. Instead, meditate on nature."


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Do not worry about worldly matters. Instead, meditate on nature. And Taoist believe in all Buddhism Gods but Buddhism do not believe in all Taoism Gods. People believe Taoism is a part of Buddhism--- nova net

Taoists didn't believe n rulers at all. They thought government was unnatural and disrupted the balance of the yin yang.

Taoists do not believe that there is evil in the world. They believe that evil is an excuse that humans create for the psychological experiences designed for the human life.

Zhuangzi died in -286.

Zhuangzi was born in -369.

Zhuangzi Tests His Wife was created in 1913.

All of the jedi that believe in the force in star wars.

Since most Taoists do not believe in a God, it is difficult to say that they "pray." More accurately, Taoists meditate; most Taoists perform some sort of meditation daily, although there is no rule about this. They also read sacred texts from their religion and think about the meanings those texts contain.

in self improvement and they celebrate a mans inner dependency and association with nature

In a sense Taoism is not so much a religion as a philosophy that is usually imposed on other religions. Taoists have a rather unspecific idea of divinity and afterlife. Most Taoists are Buddhists, who believe in reincarnation. Many Taoists are adherents of Chinese Folk Religions who seem to share a believe in afterlife centering around spirits of the dead who are the ancestors one should worship. Other Taoists are members of other religions with other beliefs.

No, they don't. According to Tao Te Ching, no one is more important than another. The idea of a Taoist god/goddess would not fit their beliefs.

No, Taoism does not have a god. Taoists believe in Tao, but it is not a god, but a force. They believe that Tao is all around and that it is everything natural in the Universe.

Taoists don't believe in any gods. They believe in peace and calmness through the body. They don't often pray but when they do, it's often for someone to talk to. Taoists believe in kung fu and all of that stuff but don't have any gods to worship. So if you find a name for a god of the Taoist it's happy for you but i don't think there is a Taoist god. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Taoists believe in numerous deities, headed by the Jade Emperor & his Bride the Empress of the West. Above the Jade Emperor are the 3 Pure Ones.

Countries in central Asia are dominant with Taoists. China is a country that is dominant with Taoists, Buddhists, and Confucianism.

33% of Chinese people are taoists

Do not worry about worldly matters. Instead, meditate on nature. And Taoist believe in all Buddhism Gods but Buddhism do not believe in all Taoism Gods. People believe Taoism is a part of Buddhism.

No, it is not. Adherents number about 50 million, which is not many as religions go. There are actually a lot more people influenced by Taoism, and even who believe in it. But it is compatible with other belief systems to the extent that many people who believe have other religions. There are many Buddhists who are also Taoists, but call themselves Buddhists and not Taoists when asked. The same is true for Shintoists. There are even many Christians who are also Taoists.

Taoists aren't vegetarians. They are frugal meats, but don't abolish them. They do, however, incorporate increased amounts of fruits, veggies, seeds and nuts in their diet. Anyway, they follow such an organized diet regime because taoists regard the diet as extremely important to their physical, mental, and spiritual being. Taoists also believe that different foods have different amounts of chi in them. Basically they follow their diet to maintain and regulate balance.

Taoists are most commonly found in China. They can also be found in Russia, Egypt, and California.

The cast of Zhuangzi shi qi - 1913 includes: Beihai Li as Chuang Tze Shanshan Yan as Servant Girl

Taoists generally leave small offerings of fruit or vegetable in front of statues of the gods or the Immortals.

Many Taoists are strictly vegetarian in order to keep in line with the Tao, but a good number of Taoists are not vegetarian and this is not seen as an infraction of Taoist values. Alcohol is also generally not consumed. Other these two things, there are no major dietary laws or practices that Taoists follow.

The Taoist Sage Zhuangzi wrote that, essentially, each way of life is natural because we are all a part of nature. Thus, any sexual orientation is usually seen by Taoists as natural. Taoists are also often encouraged to be forward and open with their sexuality. Additionally, the Taoist belief in the Yin and Yang also is meant to illustrate how distinctions between opposites (such as distinctions between "male" and "female") are fluid, and open to interpretation. Therefore, all points on the gay-straight continuum are supported by Taoist philosophical thought. While there are, in fact, some Taoists who interpret a passage in the Hua Hu Ching to mean that people who indulge in homosexual relationships cannot achieve a meaningful Way (I do not recall, offhand, what this particular passage is), overall, Taoists mainly support homosexuality and LGBT rights. I myself am a bisexual Taoist.

I believe that they wear robes and I'm not sure but i think they may wear a spiritual hat as well Hope this helps!

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