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WraithXRathiel
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Taoism deals with the flow of energy in the body and how much is used and kept in reserve so yes, it does sound like it is connected with acupuncture. But, I wouldn’t say acupuncture is occult. Furthermore, occult is not necessarily a synonym of demon.

Sonyant
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Sonyant

No it’s based on the energetic system by stimulating some points life energy begins to flow more accurate.

PrimordialStu
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PrimordialStu

This is an interesting question in which a lot of terms need to be defined. The word “occult” means “hidden,” and refers to knowledge that was hidden a) because bad men called Inquisitors would kill you if you knew it, or b) because of the normally distracted state of human consciousness. Taoism is an ancient Chinese philosophy that teaches us to be in harmony with the Way of all life. Since that Way is often hidden from us by our easily deceived minds, Taoism could be said to have occult qualities. However, Taoism as such has little to do with… Read more »

Michael K
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I use acupressure on myself and friends. It works. Taoism is a religion and is not demonic nor occult-like in anyway. You should be ashamed for disparaging Taoists like that.

peacenotwar80
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peacenotwar80

LOL I would say not. btw ‘occult’ does not equal demonic.

jk8846
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jk8846

The World Health Organization supports acupuncture. It’s a real thing.

Get over yourself.

Purdey EP
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Purdey EP

Taoism isn’t occult. Acupuncture as I understand it is based on pressure points in one’s body. Actually I go to a reflexologist.

adorkable vixen
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adorkable vixen

the occult system of Taoism?

Taoism is older than Christianity, is it not?

how unbelievably, incredibly uneducated……..

donte3030
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donte3030

No it one hundred percent natural and it works. What can be so wrong with that?