Alex AnatoleGrand Master Alex Anatole was born in Moscow. At a young age, he was introduced to Master Lu Yang Tai, the “enlightened” Taoist sage with genealogical lineage extending to the ancient origins of Taoism. From the age of eight, Alex was his only disciple, and learned all aspects of the classical Taoist Studies: philosophy, theology, healing, astrology, religious procedures and martial arts. When he was twenty, he was ordained a Taoist priest.
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“To be in the harmony with men is the music of man, to be in the harmony with God is the music of God.” — Chuang Tzu
Resident in The Center of Traditional Taoist Studies is the Temple of Original Simplicity. The Temple’s curriculum adheres to the traditional practices of ancient Taoism, dedicated to the mental, physical and spiritual development of its congregation members. All teachings at the Temple of Original Simplicity are dedicated to the classical principles of Taoism in their original form without the influences of modern society.
Tao Te ChingTaoism is the religion and philosophy whose roots go back to the ancient shamanism. The teachings of Tao that are contained in the Tao Te Ching the second most translated book after the Bible. The Tao Te Ching is comprised of eighty-one poems, which were written by the Taoist sage, Lao Tzu approximately in 500 B.C.
The main principles of Taoism:
- 1 The primary goal – Contentment and spiritual development
- 2 Taoist principals in practice and clear picture of reality
- 3 Manifestations of Tao
- 4 Nature is unkind
- 5 Society versus the individual
- 6 Humanity and Justice
- 7 Non-interference
- 8 Camouflage
- 9 Harmonization of desires of the mind and limitations
MindThere is a connection between the mind and the body. The practitioner must realize that the mind controls the body, not the opposite.
The Taoist Sage, Lao Tzu, taught that Mental Hygiene purges unrealistic thoughts and expectations that block the man’s ability to see reality clearly. Lao Tzu stated that the process of Mental Hygiene is necessary for every Taoist to achieve contentment and piece of mind. The purging process of the mind is Mental Hygiene, which is necessary to ward of artificial social values and ideas.