007 The Four Streams

Humanism, Stoicism, Buddhism, and Daoism are the four streams of inspiration for Bodhidaoism. In this episode we are looking at the four traditions as four streams, each with their own tributaries feeding them. For example, Humanism has the tributaries of Confucianism and Chavaka. Humanism is the skeptical stream, Stoicism is the rational stream, Buddhism is the mindful stream, and Daoism is the mystical stream.

About Bodhidaoism:
Bodhidaoism is a personal non-religious worldview, built upon the foundations of philosophical naturalism and current scientific consensus, which combines elements of Buddhism, Taoism, Stoicism, and Humanism into a coherent and evidence-based philosophical system.

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001 The Way of Awakening

This is an introduction to Bodhidaoism, which is the way of awakening. In this episode, we introduce the Bodhidaoist Bible and the Book of Wisdom. We deal with chapter 2, which introduces Bodhidaoiism, philosophical naturalism, and spirituality with God.

About Bodhidaoism:
Bodhidaoism is a personal non-religious worldview, built upon the foundations of philosophical naturalism and current scientific consensus, which combines elements of Buddhism, Taoism, Stoicism, and Humanism into a coherent and evidence-based philosophical system.

Books by Jay N. Forrest:
Jay is the author of a number of books. Help support the work of Bodhidaoism by buying his books.
Click Here

Paper Published on Academia.edu

paper globe@2x - Paper Published on Academia.eduI just uploaded ‘Introduction to Bodhidaoism’ to Academia.edu. This is a more complete introduction to Bodhidaoism, combining a number of posts. Academia.edu is a platform for academics to share research papers. Over 56 million academics use the site, with over 36 million unique visitors a month. So if you have an account you can download a copy.

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