Afterlife in Taoism
In Taoism, life and death are merely two aspects of reality, the unchanging Tao. Death is simply a transformation from being to non-being; from yang to yin.
Taoism teaches that humans ought to accept life and death as complementary aspects of the Tao. Death should be neither feared nor desired.
"Since life and death are each other's companions, why worry about them? All beings are one." (Chuang-Tzu)
- "Taoism." Encyclopædia Britannica Premium Service, 2004.
- John Bowker, ed., Oxford Concise Dictionary of World Religions (2000).
- Xian (Daoist Immortal) - Wikipedia (Janurary 2007)
|Title||Afterlife in Taoism|
|Published||March 17, 2015|
|Last Updated||November 22, 2016|
|MLA Citation|| “Afterlife in Taoism.” ReligionFacts.com. 22 Nov. 2016. Web. Accessed 26 Feb. 2017. <www.religionfacts.com/|