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A Daoist View of Enlightenment

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A Western Daoist Manifesto

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An Interview with Gia-fu Feng

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Bigu in Chinese History

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Breath and Qi by Bruce Frantzis

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Chapter from Solala's young adult novel, Dragon Boy

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Chi Nei Tsang and Emotional Healing During Menopause

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Daoism and the Origins of Qigong

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Daoism in America

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Daoist Sex Magic

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Directory

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  Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. Three year academic and clinical program. We offer classes in Oriental medicine, acupuncture, and Chinese herbology. Master’s degree is accredited. Financial aid and China internships are available. Preparatory to national certification and state licensing examinations. (503) 253-3443 for information,...

Empty Vessel magazine Fall 2011

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Empty Vessel Spring 2015

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Empty Vessel Spring 2015

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  The new spring issue of The Empty Vessel magazine is now available in digital and print versions! This issue includes articles by Eva Wong, Roger Jahnke, Stuart Alve Oslon and Solala Towler. There is also a delightful interview/conversation between Solala and Koro Kasian Miles on the relationship between Taoism and Zen.

Esoteric Daoist Magic: The Ancient Daoist Magic Mirror

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Esoteric Daoist Magic: The Ancient Daoist Magic Mirror   Jerry Alan Johnson     Introduction Magic Mirrors (Jing) have always been considered a gateway into the Energetic and Spiritual Worlds. To the ancient Chinese Daoist, the mirror represents consciousness and its circular form represents the infinite space of the Wuji....

Excerpt from Solala's book, Inner Chapters of Chuang Tzu

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Fall 2012 Issue of The Empty Vessel

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Fall 2013 issue of The Empty Vessel

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Fall 2014 ssue of The Empty Vessel

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Gardening With Qi

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by Sue Blochwitz       Butterfly among Flowers In the world once he dreamed The east wind blew in vain Chuang-tzu soaring free Still loved the charms of flowers                          ...