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Taoist Yoga

Alchemy & Immortality

By:  LU K’UAN YU

(Charles Luk)

 

“Let all thought come and go; awareness

Of them without clinging is true training.

All attachments are wrong whereas

Inertness to false voidness leads.”

 

 

Hermit Poet’s Comments: The mind likes to cling to all thoughts. It is a vacuum that sucks everything good and bad that enters into its orbit. Filter out the bad thinking and only absorb the good. The heart and the mind will then align and create a peaceful existence.

 

 

 

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