Bronze Winner in the Body, Mind & Spirit category of the 2016 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards
Tao, or “the way,” has been built into the foundation of East Asian culture for millennia, and many books have been written to explain it. However, the Tao cannot fully be explained in words; it is best understood by feeling and experience. The Tao is something you live, day by day, moment by moment. It’s the omnipresent oneness beyond ephemeral phenomena that expresses itself in everything.
In this book, enlightened Tao master and New York Times bestselling author, Ilchi Lee, has laid out a path to living the Tao everyday Along this path, he guides you to an understanding of the meaning of birth, death, and everything in between, building a foundation for living a complete and whole life.
The universal principles contained in Living Tao: Timeless Principles for Everyday Enlightenment stem Lee’s own life experiences as well as from the Korean practice of Sundo, an ancient tradition of mind-body training.
With these tangible principles, Ilchi Lee makes this profound topic simple and accessible. Living Tao has an unparalleled depth in its simplicity that anyone can absorb and immediately apply.
What Readers Have to Say
"I have discussed Tao with people on two continents, people from four different countries and cultures. Ilchi Lee has described the journey of discovery in a thoughtful, easy to follow book that lays out the principles of Tao in a practical way that everyone can grasp and begin to apply to their daily life. . . . I think this book will be a great help to a lot of people on their personal journey. It is a great, informative read and a very interesting book, whether you are seeking enlightenment or just want to learn something new. People from all walks of life, all levels of education, and all ages, can learn something from this great book." – Ray Simmons
"Living Tao by Ilchi Lee is a book that one can pick up and start reading from anywhere or read more than once." – Gisela Dixon
"I have always been fascinated with Tao and how to apply it to life. This “way” of living is often described as an unattainable Nirvana. Here, Tao is believable, achievable and livable. Ilchi Lee explains this profound topic in a very simple and easy to remember manner. Sometimes books written on such topics can be dry and boring; however, this book kept me engaged till the end. . . . If there are some things about Tao you don’t understand, I would recommend reading this book because this will clear up your confusion in the best possible way. Also, Ilchi Lee uses different belief and life systems to support his view. For example, he showed the compatibility of Chakra and Tao while talking about the human body. This book will definitely help you understand your body, and how you can control it and make your life better. After reading this book, my mind was in Zen mode. My thinking became clearer, my reflection was better, and I had a feeling of calm tranquility that was oddly peaceful." – Rabia Tanveer
Pages: 304 pages
Publisher: Best Life Media (December 15, 2015)