Tao Te Ching - Dao ~ Tao #32 - Flowering
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Book of Tao
#1 Labels
#2 Polarity
#3 Politics
#4 Limitless
#5 Impartial
#6 Creation
#7 Eternal
#8 Water
#9 Extremes
#10 Nurture
#11 Space
#12 Intuition
#13 Fortune
#14 Intangible
#15 Profound
#16 Cycles
#17 Government
#18 Decadence
#19 Distinctions
#20 Different
#21 The Way
#22 Yielding
#23 Nature
#24 Excess
#25 Before
#26 Centered
#27 Compassion
#28 Receive
#29 Moderation
#30 Warning
#31 Weapons
#32 Flowing
#33 Within
#34 Embracing
#35 Vision
#36 Correlation
#37 Effortless

Book of Teh
#38 Power
#39 Unity
#40 Circles
#41 Wisdom
#42 Evolution
#43 Nonaction
#44 Endure
#45 Standards
#46 Materialism
#47 Inside
#48 Mastery
#49 Unconditional
#50 Actuaries
#51 Virtue
#52 Light
#53 Humility
#54 Cultivation
#55 Harmony
#56 primal identity
#57 less is MORE
#58 Governance
#59 Moderation
#60 Cooking
#61 Service
#62 Forgiven
#63 Success
#64 Consciousness
#65 Education
#66 Position
#67 - 3 Treasures
#68 Non-Aggression
#69 Strategy
#70 Practice
#71 Knowledge
#72 Confidence
#73 Courage
#74 Death Penalty
#75 Slippery Slope
#76 Life
#77 Balance
#78 Overcoming
#79 Solutions
#80 i-Deal Nation
#81 Unlimited Supply

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Tao #32 ~ Flowing
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Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein strove to complete a Universal Field Theory, yet within New Thought we have a Unified Field Theory which presaged and forecast the coming of modern physics and psychology. These concepts actually arose thousands of years ago with the ancient Greeks and in India as well as China. The reason that Stephen and Albert were not able to articulate a Universal Field Theory is that ultimately the absolute is ineffable. "The most beautiful things cannot be seen, but are felt in the heart." When we become aware of our DivineUnity, then we are able to move into the Divine dance and we become one with our Good.


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