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10 thoughts on “The Wandering Taoist

  1. says:

    THIS, is fantastic book high on the conscious and totally sweet on the action packed o meter A true mystical kung fu story chock full of history, culture and imagery Cool characters too


  2. says:

    This out of print book is a rare gem of secret taoist practices and lore from 20 40 s era temples on Mt Hua, China These practices have been since forgotten as the practitioners at Huashan have relocated to the Kunlun Mountinas.


  3. says:

    Such a wild and crazy life some people lead Kwan Saihung grew up in the 1920 s His was a life of a cross between imperial China and modern China This is his biography His education was at the hands of one of the many Taoist monasteries At first, he is only nine years old, he is taken to the monastery for a yearly ceremony He is taken back, tricked to accompany his Taoist monk guides He gets scared to finish the journey, childish fears, so he is tricked again to finish his trip and he begins his life s journey Kwan is trained in the tradition of this monastery and meets a lot of people and learns from masters of all sorts of fields, especially martial arts It is quite a story In the end he finds his purpose, and the meaning of all that he has been studying of Taoism, deep in meditation in a cave It reminds me of the womb we all come out of, a rebirth like all Christians, only different It does give some of his experience during the war with Japan World War II That is interesting It is not often you get an eye witness account of what happened in such horrible times.


  4. says:

    I have owned this book for nearly twenty years, but never read it in its entirety until today It is an extremely interesting and engaging read if you are interested in the traditions of Chinese martial arts and Taoism A biographical narrative of the early years of Ming Dao Deng s Sifu, it is written in a manner is both entertaining and informative on many levels from the stories of training, meditation, remnants of medieval Chinese family life, to the diagrams that relate the principles of Taoism in the human body or the cosmos A valuable book I was reading Paul Pitchford s Healing with Whole Foods Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition and came across references to The Wandering Taoist and decided it was finally time to read this book very glad I did.


  5. says:

    The foundations of Chinese medicine I think this is a great book to even start reading to your kids But a lovely story incorporating the fundamental theory used in the medicine I practice I would recommend this book to all TCM students.


  6. says:

    An amazing journey


  7. says:

    A fun book, but


  8. says:

    I would not recommend this as an introduction to Taoism but certainly a good read for those with some familiarity of the way Some fascinating historical aspects of Taoism and China in general.


  9. says:

    Not at all what I was expecting.As an historical document or manual of martial arts, spiritual practice, or herbal medicine , too vague and clearly hagiographic to be useful There were a few good bits training for falling from heights, for example , but they were few and far between.As a fictional narrative, deeply cliched and somewhat predictable, not very well written Tells rather than shows characterization in, for example, the two acolyte brothers Strongest point of the writing was the imagery in a few sections Still manages to be fairly engrossing, and an easy read.Reminded me of Journey to Ixtlan, in that it presented a bunch of supernatural claims within an historical context with zero skepticism Probably most interesting to me as an account of enlightenment from a tradition I m not very familiar with, placed within the cross tradition, non supernatural context of enlightenment framed by Mastering the Core Teachings of the Buddha and The Mind Illuminated.


  10. says:

    Wow, what a pleasant surprise a wonderful story and deep dive into Taoism Took me by surprised and gripped me the whole way through