Qi and Qigong

A Collection of Quotes by Peter Fritz Walter The Concept of Chi The Chinese do not divide the physical from the spiritual, considering both part of the same larger reality. They call the human energy field or vital energy chi; energy practice, the total revitalization of the body, is called chi kung, also spelled qi …

Daoism and Systems Theory

by Peter Fritz Walter Abstract Ancient Scholarly Daoism, the philosophical school that preceded the later corrupt, vulgarized and worship-obsessed Daoist religion, has proven in hindsight to have had a perfectly systemic and integral view upon nature. It was really unlike ordinary religions that always tended to project intellectual assumptions upon nature. Instead, Scholarly Daoism was …

8 Principles of Daoism

Adapted from: Workbook for Spiritual Development of All People, by Master Hua-Ching Ni, Los Angeles, College of Tao & Traditional Chinese Healing, 1984 by Peter Fritz Walter Fact is that science, in particular systems theory, has by and large confirmed taoist cosmology. Wikipedia ‘The Taoist cannot be a ‘philosopher’ in the Western Sense, establishing his …

The Universal Way

by Taoist Master Hua-Ching Ni The Universal Way is the destination  of all spiritual efforts of humankind. It serves all people’s lives, everywhere and always. The Universal Way conveys the deep truth of all conscious elaborations of the human mind. It contains the vast and profound essence  of the human spirit. Thus it transcends all …

The I Ching and Patterns of Living

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiXGeRJYB7c&list=PLCuKbZ3Le7weH9UUFCP1kdjIzFQ3nE3B8 I consult the I Ching since 1990 I first used the famous German translation by Richard Wilhelm, but I found it difficult to understand because Wilhelm did not dare to interpolate the old metaphorical language and bring out something that can be understood by the modern reader. Then, back in 1996, in Holland, a Chinese …