Guided Meditation The Way Of Virtue Lao-Tzu Part Three
This is a Guided Meditation The Way of Lao-Tzu, 500 BCE, also known as Laozi or Lao-Tze, was a Chinese philosopher credited with founding the philosophical system of Taoism. He is best known as the author, of the Laozi Tao-Te-Ching translated as “The Way of Virtue” or “The Classic of the Way and Virtue” the work which exemplifies his thought. The name by which he is known is not a personal name but an honorific title meaning. ‘Old Man’ or ‘Old Master’ and the debate continues as to whether an individual by that name ever existed or whether Lao-Tzu is an amalgam of many different philosophers.
The historian Will Durant comments:
“Lao-Tze, greatest of the pre-Confucian philosophers, was wiser than Teng Shih; he knew the wisdom of silence, and lived, to a ripe old age though we are not sure that he lived at all. “ Durant expresses the scholarly, consensus on the historicity of Lao-Tzu in that he may be a fictitious character, created to embody the concept of the sage. At the same time, according to Chinese tradition, he was an actual historical figure and, in religious Taoism, he is understood as a deity. If he did exist, he is thought to have lived in the 6th century BCE.
Who is Lao-Tzu ?
According to legend, Lao-Tzu tried his best, to instruct people in the way of the Tao, the creative and binding force, which runs through the universe, but no one would listen.
His explanation was, people could live happier, more fulfilling, lives by aligning themselves with the natural flow of the Tao, instead of placing themselves in opposition to it, went unheeded and, finally, he decided to leave humanity behind and retire into seclusion after writing the Tao-Te-Ching Legends concerning Lao-Tzu also claim, he was the contemporary and teacher of Confucius, founder of Confucianism which, in its original form, was closer to Taoism. Modern-day scholarship dismisses this claim, as well as Lao-Tzu as the author of the Tao-Te-Ching, maintaining the work, was most likely created by multiple authors under the name Laozi. Whenever it was written, or by whom, its value was recognized, during the Han Dynasty (202 BCE – 220 CE) and its reputation grew afterward to inform the culture of the great Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE). Today it is regarded as a classic of Chinese philosophical-religious literature and has influenced millions of people around the world.
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