Originally published in 1936 this faithful reprint of Kitselman's restatement of the Taoist classic the Tao Teh King is lavishly illustrated with over 45 black and white photographs and includes the transcription of an audio lecture given by Kitselman's in 1953 on his discovery of the Tao Teh King as a form of non directive psychotherapy.

This presentation volume is published in Hardback only. Visit: www.kitselman.com

kitselman.jpgA.L.Kitselman (1914 - 1980) was a remarkable man. A genius mathematician, scientist and psychologist who was way ahead of his time. He was a pioneer in ‘Cognitive Therapy’, a linguist, a musician, and an early writer of computer code.


3 : I Not to reward superior ability is the way to keep the people from rivalry; not to prize things which are difficu1t to procure is the way to keep them from becoming thieves; not to excite their desires is the way to keep them peaceful.


3 : 2 Therefore the sage, in governing, calms their minds, attends to their simple needs, stills their cravings, and teaches them  simplicity.


3 :3 He keeps them peaceful and desireless, and keeps others who are desirous from manifesting their desires. Where there is  abstinence from action, good order is universal


Dao Teh King Kitselman

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