TAOISM | Zhaungzi Exposes Social Conformity and Identity as Obstacles to Immortality

In this podcast, we will explain the story of Hundun in the Zhuangzi, the famous Taoist text. This story concludes the inner chapters of the Zhuangzi and is one of the most revealing stories about what it means to be following the essential Taoist teaching of wu-wei (non-doing/effortless action/noninterference). The story of Hundun can be read in three ways, exposing social conformity and identity as obstacles to living wu-wei on our path to immortality.

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