The Hundred Remedies of the Tao

Thursday, May 30, 7 p.m. CT

Hundred Remedies of the Tao Gregory Ripley 5.30.24In modern Taoist practice, the emphasis is often on “going with the flow” (wu-wei) and not following any fixed rules of any kind. This may work well for an already enlightened Taoist Sage, but for the rest of us, following a spiritual path involves ethical, moral, and practical guidelines. In this talk, we will examine Taoist precepts to see how they relate to the earliest Taoist principles articulated in the Daode Jing, as well as what practical advice they can offer us for navigating the modern world.

Gregory RipleyGregory Ripley is a nature and forest therapy guide and a Daoist Priest in the 22nd generation of the Quanzhen Longmen tradition. He holds a bachelor's degree in Asian Studies from the University of Tennessee and a master's degree in acupuncture from Northwestern Health Sciences University. He is the author of The Hundred Remedies of the Tao, Tao of Sustainability, and Voice of the Elders.

This program will be streamed live on YouTube, Facebook, and our website on Thursday, May 30 at 7 p.m. CT.