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S T O D A R T      Free And Easy Wandering: markings on the way

Free and Easy Wandering: Markings On The Way is based on Dragon's Play, by Charles Belyea and Steven Tainer. A nondual Taoist transmission of entire being, it represents a journey of awakening from isolation to nonduality in three phases with twelve stages.

Phase Two

The Cultivator: Freedom of Relating with Aloneness
Markings Seven to Ten

The Cultivator affirms the Way of existence-time, in which thinking and not-thinking reveal the intricate underpinnings of nonduality. Ultimately, the Cultivator arrives within thinking and not-thinking in the Hsien, who lives concretely at the heart of nature.

Marking Seven: Oneness With Space
Marking Eight: Demonstration Of Great Order
Marking Nine:
Being And Acting As The Creative Center Of The Universe
Marking Ten: Immortality

Phase Three
Markings Eleven and Twelve

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Marking Seven: Oneness With Space

1993, acrylic on paper
15" x 1.5"


Marking Eight: Demonstration Of Great Order

1994, acrylic on paper
16" x 24 "


Marking Nine:
Being And Acting As The Creative Center Of The Universe


1993, acrylic on paper
18" x 18 1/3 "


Marking Ten: Immortality

1997, acrylic on paper
17" x 18"

 

Marking Six: Unconditional Relaxation

1993, acrylic on paper
13" x 18.25"

Marking Six: Unconditional Relaxation

1993, acrylic on paper
13" x 18.25"

Marking Six: Unconditional Relaxation

1993, acrylic on paper
13" x 18.25"

Marking Six: Unconditional Relaxation

1993, acrylic on paper
13" x 18.25"