Here is what I could find for you on this subject. This is an exerpt from the book,"Mankind's Saerch for God," published by the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society. (www.watchtower.org) "Tao is some mysterious cosmic force that is responsible for the material universe. The objective of Taoism is to search out the Tao, leave behind the world, and become at one with nature. This concept is also
Taoism have different types of holidays which are quiet similar to other religons.
It would be when people are reborn!
Taoism really doesn't have any "rituals." It's all about clearing your mind and taking everything in; emptying your cup if you will.
Jinheng Mai has written: 'Luo tian da jiao' -- subject(s): Rituals, Taoism
In fact, there is no day of the week that is particularly holy. Taoism is a way of life, so therefore, if you need a day of rest, you can take one. There are holy days on solstices and Equinoxes though. This is because Taoism is astronmically based. Little rituals or large celebrations can occur at either of these times.
Some martial arts are Taoist spiritual practices which are practiced daily. These martial arts are referred to generally as Neijia.
Philosophical Taoism (Daojia); Religious Taoism (Daojiao); Folk Taoism
Both. There is a fair-sized community of religious Taoists in Asia - a faith with a set of established rites and rituals, a pantheon of supernatural beings, and other bells and whistles. The west's exposure to taoism, however, is mostly as a philosophy of life. Taoism arrived in the west largely through translations of the Tao Te Ching (which is a philosophical text, not a religious one) and through the teachings of Zen buddhists (Zen adopted many of the core philosophies of taoism as its own).
There is Taoism, Popular Taoism during the Han Dynasty, and Philosophical Taoism that sparked the Pure Conversation movement.
i have no idea why dont you find out how taoism beliefs affect the way taoism live
Taoism spread by its followers.
Taoism is originated in China.
Taoism is alive and well.
Taoism is autonomous.
Taoism has numerous deities.
The religion of Taoism derives from the philosophy of Taoism which was founded by Lao-tzu. The practice of Taoism began during the Shang dynasty in China.
Taoism is found in Ancient China.
Taoism is practiced in China.
The symbol for Taoism is the ying-yang.
taoism first developed after christions
Xibo Zhou has written: 'Du Guangting dao jiao yi fan zhi yan jiu' -- subject(s): Taoism, Rituals, Customs and practices, Knowledge
There is no leader or formal heirarchy of priests in Taoism.
It sounds as if you are confusing Taoism with Maoism ...