The Tao of Living a Balanced Life
with Eva Wong
What is the key to living a balanced life? It's easy to look at our busy schedules with family, work and friends and wonder, "How do I do it all?" Taoism provides a system to explore balance, based on our own unique situations within modern society.
Join 19th-generation Taoist lineage holder Eva Wong for an exploration of the Taoist teachings on balancing one's life. This innovative one-day program is based on Eva Wong's latest book, Being Taoist, Wisdom for Leading a Balanced Life. The day will focus on the pillars of a healthy and meaningful life: public, domestic, private, and spirit life.
In addition, Eva Wong will introduce us to Taoist culture and lifestyle through tea appreciation, awareness practice, qi gong, individual and group contemplation to show how these teachings can be integrated into daily life.
Our world of community, workplace, and society.
Our family and circle of friends.
Our time spent cultivating our body and mind.
Our connection with the vastness of the visible and invisible world of energy, spirits, and the sacredness of all existence.
Dr. Eva Wong is a 19th generation lineage carrier of the Primordial Limitless Gate School of Daoism. The student of Sun Di, she is also a 3rd generation lineage descendant in Wang Xiangzhai’s Yiquan school of martial arts and Zhangzhuan–standing qigong. She is an independent scholar who has written and translated 16 books on Daoism and related topics, including Nourishing The Essence of Life: The Outer, Inner, and Secret Teachings of Taoism, A Master Course in Feng Shui, and The Tao of Health, Longevity, and Immortality.
Being Taoist, Wisdom for Leading a Balanced Life, by Eva Wong. Please purchase the book ahead of time (e-book is fine). Only a limited amount of books will be available for sale during the workshop. We will also be using a specially-designed workbook (included with tuition) that will help you powerfully integrate the material you receive into your everyday life.
This program is offered in conjunction with The Strategist and the Sage: The Tao of Leadership, and participants registering for both are eligible for a reduced price of $225 for the combined workshops. You can register for the combined weekend programs together here.
If you would like help people who cannot afford the program to attend, please contribute to the scholarship fund for this program here. Please include "Eva's visit scholarship" in the notes when you make the donation.
Prerequisites: None, all are welcome
Location: Epiphany Parish Great Hall, 1805 38th Ave., Seattle
Questions? Contact Javan Wygal, [email protected]