We have published the first attempt to understand Tao philosophy in the book: The Dynamic Tao and Its Manifestations in 2004, after an intensive study of the underlying principle of Tao.. We have further achieved significant understanding of the Tao Te Ching in the last five years. The principle behind the cryptic verses is rather simple as the Principle of Oneness. We are hopeful that we may be able to provide an ultimate interpretation of this Chinese classic without leaving much mystic speculations. The two approaches are listed below, Click to select.

 

Dynamic Tao

2012 New Interpretation: The Logic of Tao Philosophy

Historical commentaries on the Tao Te Ching have indeed blurred the basic logic of Tao philosophy, to the extent that Tao Philosophy has become an inexplicable “ancient thought.” This article extracts a well-defined “Logic of Tao philosophy” from the first chapter of the Tao Te Ching, and shows that the logic of Lao-tzu is rather precise. His description of Tao is not “fuzzy and indeterminate” but has fully reflected the authentic characteristics of Tao. This seems to be the final revelation of Tao.

Dynamic Tao

The Dynamic Tao and Its Manifestations (2004)

This is discussion based on the book, the Dynamic Tao and Its Manifestations, published in December 2004 and two publications on the Basic Theory of Tao philosophy. This book makes use of our understanding of modern sciences to understand the fundamental concepts of Tao philosophy. This book is available here or at Amazon.com.

The Tao Te Ching:  Philosophy of Oneness (2009)

This is an introduction to a complete reassessment of Tao philosophy with the Principle of Oneness. It is a systematic presentation of a non-dualistic world view, shared by Lao-tzu, the early Greeks, and the Buddha. We can now have an ultimate coherent interpretation  of Tao philosophy and a consistent translation of the Tao-te-ching. This will be the second book in the Searching-for-Tao Series. [Publication format to be decided.]

(New major updates have been made to the Site - August 8, 2012)