What are the Taoist equivalents to ..?

On February 7, 2013, in Feng Shui Jade, by admin

Hindu puja, which is the Hindu worshiping of deities : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puja_%28Hinduism%29
& to Christian mass : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass_%28liturgy%29

I honestly have tried to find this on my own but I haven’t been able to find any specific worship for deities or as a community.
I am NOT trying to have others do my homework, I simply would like real answers from people who know what they are talking about.
Thanks in advance for any help (Y) Links are appreciated as well.

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[show]Daoism
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 道 教
Simplified Chinese 道 教
[show]Transcriptions
Mandarin
– Hanyu Pinyin dào jiào (dao4 jiao4)
– Wade–Giles tao4 chiao4
Cantonese
– Yale Romanization dou6 gaau3

Japanese name

Kanji 道 教

Hiragana どう きょう

[show]Transcriptions
– Revised Hepburn dō kyō

Korean name

Hangul 도 교

[show]Transcriptions
– Revised
Romanization do gyo
– McCune-
Reischauer to kyo

Vietnamese name

Vietnamese đạo giáo

Taoism

This article is part of a series on Taoism
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Fundamentals
Dao (Tao) · De (Te) · Wuji · Taiji · Yin-Yang · Wu Xing · Qi · Neidan · Wu wei
Texts
Laozi (Tao Te Ching) · Zhuangzi · Liezi · Daozang
Deities
Three Pure Ones · Yu Huang · Guan Shengdi · Eight Immortals · Yellow Emperor · Xiwangmu · Jade Emperor · Chang’e · Other deities
People
Laozi · Zhuangzi · Zhang Daoling · Zhang Jue · Ge Hong · Chen Tuan
Schools
Tianshi Dao · Shangqing · Lingbao · Quanzhen Dao · Zhengyi Dao · Wuliupai
Sacred sites
Grotto-heavens · Mount Penglai

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Taoism Portal
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Taoism (also spelled Daoism; see below) refers to a philosophical and religious tradition that has influenced the people of East Asia for more than two millennia. The word 道, Tao (or Dao, depending on the romanization scheme), is often translated as "path" or "way", but with a myriad of nuances in folk religion and Chinese philosophy.

Taoist propriety and ethics emphasize the Three Jewels of the Tao: compassion, moderation, and humility, while Taoist thought generally focuses on nature, the relationship between humanity and the cosmos (天人相应); health and longevity; and wu wei (action through inaction). Harmony with the Universe, or the source thereof (Tao), is the intended result of many Taoist rules and practices.

Reverence for ancestor spirits and immortals is common in popular Taoism. Organized Taoism distinguishes its ritual activity from that of the folk religion, which some professional Taoists (Dàoshi) view as debased. Chinese alchemy (including Neidan), astrology, cuisine, Zen Buddhism, several Chinese martial arts, traditional Chinese medicine, feng shui, and many styles of qigong have been intertwined with Taoism throughout history.

Romans 10:9

 

2 Responses to What are the Taoist equivalents to ..?

  1. *SDA 4 CHRIST* Romans 10:9 says:

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search
    [show]Daoism
    Chinese name
    Traditional Chinese 道 教
    Simplified Chinese 道 教
    [show]Transcriptions
    Mandarin
    – Hanyu Pinyin dào jiào (dao4 jiao4)
    – Wade–Giles tao4 chiao4
    Cantonese
    – Yale Romanization dou6 gaau3

    Japanese name

    Kanji 道 教

    Hiragana どう きょう

    [show]Transcriptions
    – Revised Hepburn dō kyō

    Korean name

    Hangul 도 교

    [show]Transcriptions
    – Revised
    Romanization do gyo
    – McCune-
    Reischauer to kyo

    Vietnamese name

    Vietnamese đạo giáo

    Taoism

    This article is part of a series on Taoism
    ——————————————————————————–

    Fundamentals
    Dao (Tao) · De (Te) · Wuji · Taiji · Yin-Yang · Wu Xing · Qi · Neidan · Wu wei
    Texts
    Laozi (Tao Te Ching) · Zhuangzi · Liezi · Daozang
    Deities
    Three Pure Ones · Yu Huang · Guan Shengdi · Eight Immortals · Yellow Emperor · Xiwangmu · Jade Emperor · Chang’e · Other deities
    People
    Laozi · Zhuangzi · Zhang Daoling · Zhang Jue · Ge Hong · Chen Tuan
    Schools
    Tianshi Dao · Shangqing · Lingbao · Quanzhen Dao · Zhengyi Dao · Wuliupai
    Sacred sites
    Grotto-heavens · Mount Penglai

    ——————————————————————————–
    Taoism Portal
    v · d · e

    Taoism (also spelled Daoism; see below) refers to a philosophical and religious tradition that has influenced the people of East Asia for more than two millennia. The word 道, Tao (or Dao, depending on the romanization scheme), is often translated as "path" or "way", but with a myriad of nuances in folk religion and Chinese philosophy.

    Taoist propriety and ethics emphasize the Three Jewels of the Tao: compassion, moderation, and humility, while Taoist thought generally focuses on nature, the relationship between humanity and the cosmos (天人相应); health and longevity; and wu wei (action through inaction). Harmony with the Universe, or the source thereof (Tao), is the intended result of many Taoist rules and practices.

    Reverence for ancestor spirits and immortals is common in popular Taoism. Organized Taoism distinguishes its ritual activity from that of the folk religion, which some professional Taoists (Dàoshi) view as debased. Chinese alchemy (including Neidan), astrology, cuisine, Zen Buddhism, several Chinese martial arts, traditional Chinese medicine, feng shui, and many styles of qigong have been intertwined with Taoism throughout history.

    Romans 10:9
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