"Tao-Teh-King" or The Way of Tao as it is called here, is a small book in 81 brief chapters by Lao-Tse (571 B.C.) comprising the cream of experience of the sage.
Bhagwan Shree has rightly said, "It is true that what Lao-Tse has said is 2,500 years old; but in a sense, it is as new as the morning dew." The path is absolutely untouched, unused. The ancient sages revealed their knowledge, their philosophy in the form of maxims and seed-mantras. The teachings remind us of Kabir in his patronage of simplicity and the mysteriousness of Life.
This book comprises 22 lectures on the first 8 Chs. of the book. Bhagwan Shree in his characteristic and inimitable and lucid exposition lays bare the secrets of The Way of Tao. Having absolute detachment and exclusive power of identifying himself with anyone, Bhagwan Shree lives the life of the sage Lao-Tse and reveals.
This is Part ONE OF THE WAY OF TAO- other parts will follow.