Ken Cohen: The Tao That Cannot Be Spoken

We understand the divine through experience, not words.

 
The Tao, or the watercourse way, asks us to experience life directly through our felt sense and not through thought or language, says Taoist scholar Ken Cohen.

Ken Cohen, a renowned Taoist initiate, China scholar, and qigong master,was one of six students chosen by Alan Watts for private study of Taoism. Ken is the author of “The Way of Qigong: The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing” and more than 150 journal articles. He co-authored, with Tu Xin-Shi, China's gold medal artist, “Autumn Leaves: The Wisdom and Art of Chinese Calligraphy.” Ken is an adjunct professor at Union Graduate School and presents at universities and conferences throughout the world.

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    Excerpted from "Taoism: Essential Teachings of the Way and Its Power"
    By Ken Cohen
    Audio available at Sounds True.
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