Ni Hua-Ching's Americanization of the "Eternal Breath of Dao".
Posted on 30. Jul, 2010 by James Miller
|Title||Ni Hua-Ching's Americanization of the "Eternal Breath of Dao".|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Journal||Journal of Daoist Studies|
|Pagination||177 - 186|
|Publisher||Three Pines Press|
|Keywords||LINEAGE, NI Hua-Ching, SECTS, Taoism, TAOIST temples, United States|
The article presents the author's insights on the Americanization of the lineage of Daoist master Ni Hua-Ching as it evolved in the U.S. It says that the Taoist Sanctuary in Los Angeles, California was the most active center of Daoism in the country in the early 1970s. It mentions that Ni Hua-Ching's particular sect and lineage were called "Eternal Breath of Dao" and "Union of Dao and Man" respectively. It states that Ni has developed a simplified form of Daoism associated with Chinese medicine.