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In reading Chronicles of Tao this type of spirituality appeals to me in many ways I have long been fascinated with the Chinese philosophy and practice of Feng Shui ie the flow of chi energy and balance of yin and yang I have even arranged my home in a fashion that optimizes this concept and attempts to bring balance into my life Although it is obviously not a complete form of Taoism I found many similarities and felt very comfortable with the concepts of the Tao In addition I have for a long time felt that meditation and certain rituals help to bring balance and spirituality to a persons life This type of spirituality is completely different from the beliefs that I grew up with but it is difficult to deny that meditation helps to calm the mind and bring some balance to the inner thoughts Although I could not ever see myself becoming a Taoist I agree that some of the practices can help a person become more spiritual in whatever beliefs he or she might have Since I know a few things about Feng Shui reading Chronicles of Tao was entertaining because Feng Shui seems to have come from the Taoist religion When the Grand Master was telling Saihung the story of the Two Immortals in chapter fourteen he tells of how they became immortal They were two little boys who happened upon a disciple of another immortal named Dong Fengshui whose name might be coincidental or perhaps related in some way who offered them a peach that if they ate would make the boys immortal so they ate it In chapter seventeen when Saihung is to be left at the cave to discover his true self the Grand Master gives Saihung a Bagua mirror which is another significant thing in the practice of Feng Shui From the very beginning of Saihungs life at Huashan there are constant mentions of balance and
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