Taoism Magic Tools in Tin Yat Lineage is Fun
Taoism is fun, and so is Taoist magic! In Tin Yat Lineage, we got a whole bunch of Taoist magic and magical tools which can be categorized by the modern tools or the traditional tools. The modern tools such as Tao-blades, Tao-lights, Tao-game and so on are very trendy, fun and easy to use modern tools. They provide the ease of use and almost anybody who want to learn how to use them can purchase the tool, get it activated by us and you can do the magic already. For traditional tools, such as the swords, flags, incense, and so on are more “Asian like” or Chinese like and mostly old fashion tools. Instead of using a gun, you use a sword. Which is better, modern or traditional?
Without the traditional tools, you cannot have the modern. Without the modern, traditional becomes boring and hard to learn. It’s easy to start with modern Taoism tools such as getting some flashlights as tao-lights, but it’s hard to teach someone to master the magic of a Taoist magic sword! Which is better and which is more important is really depends on how you see it. The ultimate answer you have been looking for is that both are important and both are a must to learn if you are a student in Tin Yat Lineage.
The modern tools provide you ease of use, effective and efficient magic that can be quickly done without much cultivations is a must to have in early learning stage. In your daily life, you might encounter a lot of situations where you need to use magic but a traditional method is just way too time consuming and not handy. Here, the modern tools will do the job well.
The traditional tools are like the center core of your magic, they are the foundation and the roots of all magic you do. When you use or cultivate with the traditional tools, you will find that the magic is very deep and you will explore more and more into the deeper level of Taoism. For example, you might cultivate a sword and it will lead you to find out many more things throughout the experience. You might learn to soul-travel to another realm, you might learn to see things you can’t see, you might learn to even deal with the pre-heaven realms as well. Without these traditional tools, you will never get there. That is why we also need to look heavy on the traditional tools.
A lot of our students first get started with our modern Taoism tools such as the Tao-lights and Tao-guns. It made them feel doing magic is easy and nuking some evils is just so easy that they feel no stress in dealing with evils at all. After a while, they get into traditional tools for a while and beef up their magic cultivation and they learn to find out more about magic battles. As they cultivate more, they will realize that yes the modern tools are amazing but you surely do want more tools while you are battling higher power evils because the modern tools might not be the right thing to use in the battles. From there on, they start to dig into the traditional tools again and here they get deeper into the subject and learn more about the supernatural and pre-heaven world. After cultivating for a long time, they realize how important it is to have both modern and traditional magic tools.
Taoist magic is fun but you don’t understand it unless you put your feet into it. Taoist magic is not something easy to explain with words and it’s best if you can dig yourself into the subject and explore or experience it yourself. No matter modern or traditional tools, they are both a must-have in Taoist magic. Without the modern tools, your life gets dull and boring plus you need to waste a lot of time. With the modern tools, your life gets easier but you still need the traditional tools to build the foundations. Without the traditional tools, your magic becomes empty and you lack the power to battle. The modern tools are like the new invention to make life easier, while the traditional tools are like the main core engine that you need at all time to fuel everything up. Tin Yat Lineage’s Taoist magic is interesting, for more information, please check out our temple’s website!
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