Sayings of Ancestor Lu

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‘Sayings of Ancestor Lu’ is an old Chinese text translated by Thomas Cleary and published in his book ‘The Spirit of Tao (Shambhala, 1998).’ Presenting the author, that he calls ‘Ancestor Lu,’ he writes: ‘Lii Yen (Lii Yan), commonly known in folklore as Lii Tung-pin (Lii Dongbin), is also called Lii Tsu (Lii Zu), or ‘Ancestor Lii,’ in recognition of his place in Taoist history as a progenitor of the School of Complete Reality. In Taoist tradition he is believed to have lived in the T’ang dynasty (618-90 C.E.).

I have taken quotes from the text and present them in this collection, upon which I narrated them for the audio version.

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