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#9 Riki Sharma 2013-09-05 08:47
What a nice website you have going on, and what a benefit for me to find it out!
I hope you can manage to keep it online for years to come.
#8 Ren 2013-01-20 02:05
Thank you for visiting my blog on Taoism. Your website is a great resource and I've linked to it from my blog.
#7 JOSE BARRIOS REY 2012-09-12 00:10
hello to send east mail from spain in heurope Ito interested in to study taoism to way for my is one need thanks for all my name is jose
#6 Qian Zheng Yi 2012-09-06 18:24
It's wonderful! :)
#5 Universal HealingTao 2012-09-02 05:48
Our mission is to bring the awareness of the Tao and its benefits to as many people as we can reach. As the longest established in the UK (1992) of the various organisations promoting the Taoist Way we have found Tao Directory to be an essential resource.
#4 Manawa 2012-09-01 16:58
Thank you so much for the Tao Directory and offering a point of connection, a hub of resources and providing inspiration on our journeys...
#3 EIAI 2012-07-30 23:44
Thank you for the Tao Directory. You are providing another platform for people to search for a better way of life. Tao does not simply mean Taoism, but is a way of seeking a proper relationship between humans and mother earth and father heaven. We are dwelling in the intermixing of Yin and Yang and battle for balance. Tao shows the way. I am glad to see the Tao Directory playing its roll as a contribution to world peace and health. Generosity of Dharma is the highest among all the generosities. May the Tao Directory, like a lighthouse, illuminate the world.
#2 Sofia Marcel 2012-07-23 22:04
You have great articles. I think it is amasing famous and respected people in this field; for example Daniel Reid & Ted Kardash; are aware of your site and write for you. It's hugely significant to have such following! Well done and keep it up!
#1 E J Kimber 2012-06-07 21:43
Well done for being so non-sectarian! There is in fact a longish tradition of people influenced by Taoist classics in the West and this should be featured more - eg John Cowper Powys, novelist and philosopher, who found them a constant inspiration and had some penetrating things to say about the points of contact between Welsh and Chinese culture, eg in his book of essays 'Obstinate Cymric', Druid Press Carmarthen, 1947. More than anything else a forum needs to be maintained for those inspired by the Taoist tradition to meet and talk - without pressure from those who have particular traditions and workshops and whatnot to promulgate.

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