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Louise Komjathy-Handbooks for Daoist Practise; Scripture of the Hidden Talisman

Louise Komjathy-Handbooks for Daoist Practise; Scripture of the Hidden Talisman

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A bilingual (Chinese-English) translation series on Daoist practice consisting of 10 individual volumes and a slipcase. Translated and introduced by Louis Komjathy (Ph.D., Religious Studies, Boston University), Handbooks for Daoist Practice (Xiudao shouce) is a series of translations of nine important, representative, and practice-oriented Daoist texts. Each work has been selected for its relevance to self-cultivation. Each translation follows a standard format, consisting of a historical and technical introduction, the translation proper, and the original Chinese text. The handbooks are as follows: (1) Neiye (Inward Training); (2) Laozi (Book of Venerable Masters; select chapters); (3) Huangdi neijing suwen (Yellow Thearch's Basic Questions; chs. 1-2); (4) Qingjing jing (Scripture on Clarity and Stillness); (5) Laojun jinglu (Scriptural Statutes of Lord Lao); (6) Nei riyong jing (Scripture for Daily Internal Practice); (7) Yinfu jing (Scripture on the Hidden Talisman); (8) Chongyang shiwu lun (Redoubled Yang's Fifteen Discourses); and (9) Tianyinzi (Book of Master Celestial Seclusion). Handbooks for Daoist Practice consists of these nine booklets plus an introductory booklet discussing the translation series as a whole. The introductory booklet is intended to be a comprehensive introduction to the study and practice of Daoism (Taoism).
A bilingual (Chinese-English) translation series on Daoist practice consisting of 10 individual volumes and a slipcase. Translated and introduced by Louis Komjathy (Ph.D., Religious Studies, Boston University), Handbooks for Daoist Practice (Xiudao shouce) is a series of translations of nine important, representative, and practice-oriented Daoist texts. Each work has been selected for its relevance to self-cultivation. Each translation follows a standard format, consisting of a historical and technical introduction, the translation proper, and the original Chinese text. The handbooks are as follows: (1) Neiye (Inward Training); (2) Laozi (Book of Venerable Masters; select chapters); (3) Huangdi neijing suwen (Yellow Thearch's Basic Questions; chs. 1-2); (4) Qingjing jing (Scripture on Clarity and Stillness); (5) Laojun jinglu (Scriptural Statutes of Lord Lao); (6) Nei riyong jing (Scripture for Daily Internal Practice); (7) Yinfu jing (Scripture on the Hidden Talisman); (8) Chongyang shiwu lun (Redoubled Yang's Fifteen Discourses); and (9) Tianyinzi (Book of Master Celestial Seclusion). Handbooks for Daoist Practice consists of these nine booklets plus an introductory booklet discussing the translation series as a whole. The introductory booklet is intended to be a comprehensive introduction to the study and practice of Daoism (Taoism).

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HANDBOOKS FOR DAOIST PRACTICE
Louis Komjathy
The YUEN YUEN INSTITUTEHONG KONG
 
The
Handbooks for Daoist Practice
were previouslycirculated in a private printing under the imprint of © Wandering Cloud Press, 2003.© 2008 The Yuen Yuen InstituteAll rights reservedISBN: 978-988-98980-1-4
Published by The Yuen Yuen Institute,The Yuen Yuen Institute,Sam Dip Tam, Tsuen Wan, N.T., Hong Kong.Fax: +852 2493 8240E- mail:admx@yuenyuen.org.hk  Web- site:www.yuenyuen.org.hk  Printed in Hong Kong
 
SCRIPTURE ON THE HIDDEN TALISMAN
TRANSLATED BY LOUIS KOMJATHY

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