A Christian Reads the Tao te Ching: Chapter 36 — Nonduality in Motion: How Living the Yin Yang Changes Everything

Some time ago, I discovered the Tao te Ching, an ancient book of Chinese wisdom and spirituality that has dramatically influenced my spiritual formation. This may come as shocking to some people, but rather than driving me away from a Christ-centered faith, this book has actually helped me hold onto it. If you’re feeling skeptical, feel free to check out the introduction post to the series.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://spectrummagazine.org/arts-essays/2020/christian-reads-tao-te-ching-chapter-36-nonduality-motion-how-living-yin-yang

Enjoyed the metaphor of the spiraling growth. Key to this is openness to new thought. We have heard it said that growth should be continuous. Generally though new thoughts are the “other” and change or growth is discouraged. Your series on the Tao Te Ching has been so encouraging.

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