Wu Wei





Wu Wei



Average rating: 4.11 · 198 ratings · 12 reviews · 24 distinct works · Similar authors
I Ching Wisdom: Guidance fr...

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I Ching Life: Becoming Your...

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I Ching Life: How to Live It

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The I Ching Gift Set

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The I Ching Workbook

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“The path that one person follows is not the correct path for any other person. Each of us must walk his own path to enlightenment— that is the way.”
Wu Wei, I Ching Wisdom: More Guidance from the Book of Answers, Volume Two

“A person who speaks as if he knows everything soon drives away his listeners. The Universe communicates itself to us in many ways, and sometimes, it is through the words of others. If we act the know-it-all, others may refrain from talking to us, and we may fail to get the message they could have given us.”
Wu Wei, I Ching Wisdom: More Guidance from the Book of Answers, Volume Two

“The master sees beyond what is obvious. He sees the unseen, feels the unfelt, and hears the unheard. He looks below the surface for what is hidden and so finds the great heartbeat of the Universe. He smiles, knowing it is his heartbeat, your heartbeat, our heartbeat.”
Wu Wei, I Ching Wisdom: More Guidance from the Book of Answers, Volume Two



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