Tao Te Ching Chapter 28 Explained: The Deep Meaning of Yin & Yang

In chapter 28 of the Tao Te Ching, Lao-tzu explains how the interplay of the unified opposites of yin and yang function within our consciousness. Lao-tzu explains what our psychological disposition should be to be in perfect balance between yin and yang so that we can be in harmony with the Tao. Though, this chapter is not so easy to grasp. Chapter 28 is obscure to those not familiar with Taoist philosophy. But in this episode of The Sacred Word, I will unpack each line so that you can understand the kernel of truth dwelling within the heart of this magnificent chapter.

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2 Comments

  1. Phil - April 22, 2020

    The Tao has given us a beautiful gift through you. Your insights are a wonderful illumination of Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu. Just discovered you today. Already watched several videos. Looking forward to manifesting your insights into daily life. Keep up the great work.
    Thank you! Namaste 🙏

    PS: you’re a next generation Alan Watts!

    • Jason Gregory - April 27, 2020

      Namaste Phil. Thank you kindly my friend. I often get compared to Alan Watts, so thank you for the compliment. I’m so glad that my work is benefiting your life. Hearing that is music to my ears brother. Shanti to you.

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