To me, one of the most important concepts of Taoism is "do nothing and everything gets done." Nothing is absolutely essential, not even the Tao Te Ching. This book you are reading is not necessary, nor is The Bible, nor is any other religious text. This idea fits well with ideas of reincarnation that state we will eventually learn all our Earth School lessons, whether or not we pursue psychological and/or spiritual growth. (The Tao Te Ching and this book, however, are intended to help you expedite the learning process, if that is your choice.)
Taoists also believe that by understanding oneself, man can understand the universe. They believe that when one enters the state of P'u, there is no wrong or right there is only pure awareness. Man must place himself in harmony with nature.
Another belief is in Wei Wu Wei or action without action. It is the belief that everything has innate power. For example, water is soft and weak but with time can destroy the very Earth.
Taoism, also called Daoism, was started by a man named Lao Zi. He wrote the Tao Te Ching, or The Way And Its Power. Taoism is based on chinese beliefs of how the world works. Two great forces, Yin(female) and Yang(male) are a huge part of Taoism. People thought that when yin and yang worked together,they created a balance in nature. The thing that created these forces to work together was the Dao(the way).
The basic beliefs of Taoism are that everything in the universe should be equally treated. Followers of Taoism lead simple lives and dislike the "Superior/Junior" relationships of Confucianism. They have no laws and government,also. In Taoism, femininity is valued and often women teach the Dao.Taoism also allows women to conduct religious ceremonies. As a result, Taoism is more popular than Legalism.
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Taoism and Confucionism.
taoism and confuianism
Taoism and Confucionism.
Confucianism supports a strong government; Taoism supports a weak government.
Confucianusm supports a strong government; Taoism supports a weak government
They believe in Tai Chi and Acupuncture.
Taoism is believed to have evolved from the animist beliefs of ancient China, along with some Buddhist influences.
The Tao Te Ching is the most common of Taoist books. This book lays the initial beliefs of Taoism.
taoism, confucianism, daoism, etc.
Confucianism & Taoism are complementary to each other.
Taoism is a religion or set of beliefs with roots to the Chinese culture. Tao began in about 6th century B.C by Lao Zi.
One major belief in the taoism religion is to lead a simple and selfless life and to always be kind to others.
To organize the popular Chinese religious beliefs into form.
Taoism discouraged the use of any government and supported small communities instead. Confucianism encouraged "good government."
Although China has many beliefs, some of the main ones are Confucianism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Taoism. The current government, though, has tried to suppress many of these beliefs.
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There is no god in Taoism. According to Taoism, all are equal. Bill Gates is no more important than a rock. The idea that one god is higher than all living creatures, would not fit with Taoist beliefs.
Principal is a position in an organisation. Principle are fundamental truth or beliefs.
many of the beliefs of taoists came from the Chinese philosopher named lao tzu... he wrote many books which include their beliefs...
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Because there are debates over the definition of Taoism and whether it should be divided into categories of religious, philosophical, and folk following, it is difficult to estimate the number of followers. According to Wikipedia, there may be as many as 20 million followers of Taoism world-wide.
A few are Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism.Source:http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/core9/phalsall/texts/chinrelg.html
the confusianismists believe in a strong government, the tao believe in a weak one