Tao Te Ching

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Written By: Lao Tzu, Stephen Mitchell
Narrated By: Stephen Mitchell
Publisher: Penguin Audio
Duration: 10 Hours 20 Minutes

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Summary: In 81 brief chapters, Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching, or Book of the Way, provides advice that imparts balance and perspective, as well as a serene and generous spirit. It teaches us how to work for the good with the effortless skill that comes from being in accord with the Tao: the basic principle of the universe.

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Lao Tzu: Tao Te Ching Audio Book Summary

The Tao Te Ching is an ancestral book of the Eastern culture that presents / displays in the form of a treaty of thoughts attributed to Lao-Tse, and which has become a whole philosophy of life that has obtained followers in the world for thousands of years. It is considered one of the main books of human thought and the most translated work of Chinese.
download-lao-tzu-tao-te-ching-audiobookThis constituted by a series of proverbs and aphorisms, is a treaty that presents the most advanced thoughts. The main message of Tao Te King is to be a wise man and let things go their natural course.
It proposes the importance of remaining in a state of passivity, knowing everything, however, doing as if nothing was known by letting things flow, states that those who do too much spoil their cause.
It proposes that the universe that creates itself without the existence of a creator and that man is a microcosm that relates to the rest of the cosmos, so that the way to know the universe, begins by knowing himself. This microcosm, in turn, is divided by ying and yang.
Taoist teaching proposes to live on oneself, is based on intuitive knowledge. Another of the important notions proposed in the book is the existence of chi, which is the force of the Tao, that is, it is a vital energy that animates all beings, it is necessary to know this energy to be able to achieve an awakening in the consciousness. The Tao Te Ching therefore is in general terms a call to reflection.

It was originally written as a guide for rulers, however, after being adopted as a generalized way of thinking and acting in China. The text is divided into 81 chapters without an apparent sequence, which speak of the Tao, which is the ideal of acceptance of the natural course of events;

The Tao Te Ching together with the writings of Chuang-Tzu form the basis of Taoism. Taoism has been formed as a religion of more than 2000 years. In short, The Tao Te Ching is for Taoism what the Bible for Catholicism is, a sacred scripture of millennial wisdom.

Little is known of its supposed author Lao Tse, its existence is based on legends so much so that some doubt its existence. This mythical character is considered a God by the followers of his thought.
Another characteristic of the Tao Te Chieng book is that it begins as a doctrinal book by somehow calling it, and ends up being a work with teachings of practical application, which set the stage for how to achieve wise behavior.

The Tao is a book of philosophical wealth whose postulates can be appreciated by the reader regardless of the religion he professes, you can find many teachings that communicate with the ideology of men whatever. It is a book that ultimately deserves to be read sometime in life. Or, several times if it is desired to continue discovering in him teachings that at first reading could have been overlooked.