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Chinese New Year - Unlike the westernized style of zodiac, the Chinese zodiac actually dates back to 2500 BC during the reign of Emperor Huang Ti.  This particular zodiac calendar provides an annual look into activity based on the moon’s cycles.  Beginning with a lunar year, which can begin anytime from late January to the middle of February, each calendar consists of five cycles, each being 12 years.

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Taoism is considered as an entity that defies definition, which can be properly understood only by experience. The most approximate meaning with respect to English language is “the way” or “the path”.   Taoism corresponds to a power, which envelops, surrounds and flows through all things, living and non-living. In simple words, it can be considered as a way of spiritual living.

Origin

Taoism evolved from both a philosophical tradition linked with the Tao-te Ching (Lao-tzu); Chuang-tzu,Lieh-tzu and other texts, and a Taoist religious tradition. (Tao-chiao). This religious tradition has got an organized doctrine, formalized cultic activity and institutional leadership. Both these traditions are well connected though there are some conflicting ideas.  By tradition, Taoism is accredited  to three sources- Yellow emperor, Lao Tse’s Tao Teh  Ching  and Chuang Tse’s untitled work. Many consider ‘I Ching’, the book of changes as the original source of Taoism. Click here to read more.

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