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Passages

Passages

The practice of Taoist Tai Chi® arts helps me dissolve mental and emotional blockages that I have built within myself over the years. They are gradually fading away. The foundation exercises soften both my body and my state of mind. Five years ago, when I started training, I saw myself as a shy person. Now, I […]
Patience

Patience

In Taoist Tai Chi® practice, I have learned that I need to be patient, that things happen when it’s time and that there’s no point in forcing them. Frustrations and worries arise when I want too much, when I want things to happen quickly and in my own way. There is no point in pulling on […]
Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mothers Day母親節快樂 In all that we do, we cherish our parents百行孝為先 See and like the post on Facebook
Problem Solving

Problem Solving

Sometimes when working on a problem I start to go in circles. If I take time out to do my Taoist Tai Chi® practice, my mind clears, my focus is sharper and I discover solutions for the problem. ~Marlene
Tin Hau Festival

Tin Hau Festival

Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism celebrated the Festival of Tin Hau (Empress of Heaven) on April 23 with chanting for the world. Tin Hau represents devotion, sincerity, care and protection and is known for rescuing people in distress, especially those at sea. She is particularly venerated in the coastal areas of China and by […]
Breaking Through

Breaking Through

By practicing Mr. Moy’s teachings of constancy and patience, something in me that has been stuck is finally beginning to move. When I was young in a colder climate, I loved to watch the water flowing under ice in the ditches in spring, just before the full melt. That’s the feeling that has come as a […]
Something for Everyone

Something for Everyone

We are all on our own unique path of transformation. Mr. Moy’s vision of helping practitioners return to a healthier and more harmonious way of living resonates deeply within me. I love that Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism promotes the principle of all cultures and religions moving together in harmony.  As an Indigenous Catholic […]
Lord Lao Festival

Lord Lao Festival

Today people of all ages from around the world gathered virtually to celebrate the Festival of Lord Lao (Laozi, Lao-Tzu). In coming together to chant for the world and give thanks for the teachings of Taoism, we all benefited from the opportunity it offers to transform ourselves to become better people.
Seeing Clearly

Seeing Clearly

One day while cleaning my glasses I thought how wonderful that they help me to see peoples faces, trees, branches, and all the physical world around me. In that same moment I recognized that Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism has helped me to see life more clearly. Through the sharing of Master Moy’s teachings […]
Heart and Stroke Month – Faster and Further

Heart and Stroke Month – Faster and Further

I had a 97% blocked aortic valve. Taoist Tai Chi® arts helped me prepare for the heart surgery so I would have the best outcome. After the surgery I walked further, quicker and was out of the hospital faster than many people much younger than me! Through the physical benefits of Taoist Tai ChiⓇ practice and by being focused […]
Lantern Festival

Lantern Festival

The Lantern Festival is a joyous time when families celebrate the beginning of the year and when the Lord of the Heavenly realm bestows blessings and longevity. It is a time when we set a positive direction for ourselves and our communities. The lantern light, the chanting and the blessings represent our intention for peace and healing.  […]
Jade Emperor Festival

Jade Emperor Festival

Participants from 26 countries gathered virtually today to honor the Jade Emperor. The ruler of heaven, the Jade Emperor represents virtue and just leadership.  
World Interfaith Harmony Week

World Interfaith Harmony Week

Taoism has a tradition of openness to wisdom from diverse sources and teaches that compassion and selflessness are part of our original nature. Taoist training cultivates the spark of goodness within and fosters the cultivation of ever deeper levels of connection and compassion. This process is fundamental to our health and to the restoration of […]
Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Alzheimer’s disease involves a loss of memory, and of other aspects of cognitive functioning.  Frequently, emotional well-being is also affected.  These changes are profoundly life changing both for the person with Alzheimer’s, and for their family. Worldwide, at least 44 million people are living with some form of dementia.  Regular physical activity and social interaction enable […]
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