The Route of Spiritual Education: Chinese Culture’s Guigu Spiritual Method


Spiritualism is the faith or belief that an individual maintains concerning life's ultimate value. Out of the world's four ancient civilizations, only the Chinese culture has remained fairly unbroken in its continuity, and the I Ching can be found at the root of the Chinese philosophy and thoughts. All that governs Chinese culture can be traced back to I Ching, which describes the laws of harmony for the universe at large, and is the path for returning spirituality to the empty space (akasadhatu). I Ching originated from the Three Sovereigns and the Five Emperors, inherited by the master of wisdom Wan Chan Lao Chu and nurtured into the Guigu culture. The spiritual method is the origin, which is the root and source of I Ching, truth and wisdom, is both of Master Wang and Master Guigu, and is the awareness of the self. Spirituality is gained through the method. The truth from the universe's law of harmony is our origin and the infinite depth of our spirituality. The origin and root of spirituality is also the law of harmony, under the pseudonym of Guigu. The Guiguzui spiritual method using I Ching teachings, a superior spiritual method to true peace where man is taught peace can only be achieved through peace. This is the key to why the energy of Chinese culture has continued and flourished through time. This article describes the essence of Guigu spiritual method in Chinese culture, and what is the root of spiritual education in Chinese culture.

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Chen-Mei Li, Weixin Shengjiao College, Taiwan
Li-Yueh Chen, Weixin Shengjiao College, Taiwan

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Conference: ACE2018
Stream: Mind, Brain & Psychology: Human Emotional & Cognitive Development & Outcomes within Educational Contexts

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