Tao Calligraphy: How Master Sha is Revolutionising Self-Healing

By Master Sha

Master Sha uses his lifelong knowledge of healing to create the revolutionary practice of Tao Calligraphy, an adaptation of Yi Bi Zi, and a new form of self-healing that combines the traditional practice with a modern approach

The ability to self-heal is arguably one of the most paramount abilities that people possess. When the stresses of everyday life can become too much, the importance of being able to remain calm and come to terms with that which is out of your control cannot be understated. The issue is, once you accept the importance of self-healing, how do you efficiently invest your time in learning the correct practice? Self-healing takes many different forms and choosing the method which is right for you can be a tricky process. Although learning traditional calligraphy can take a long to master, Tao Calligraphy can be learned in a much shorter time, and as soon as you begin to meditate in its presence or trace or write, you can experience the benefits for healing your life.

Tao Calligraphy is a new self-healing practice

Tao Calligraphy is a new practice of self-healing that has been developed by Master Zhi Gang Sha. It has already helped thousands of people all over the world and had its positive results acknowledged at medical conferences and in peer-reviewed journals, despite having only being created in 2012.

What separates Tao Calligraphy from other forms of self-healing is that it is the combination of the ancient and the modern. Master Sha has dedicated his entire life to learning both traditional and modern methods of healing and has always believed the two can live together in harmony. As such, he combines practices to create new, innovative methods of healing. The first time he did this was when he was 22 years old and combined his knowledge of energy development with traditional Chinese acupuncture. Since then, he has obtained an MD degree in Western medicine in China and continues to develop different methods of healing – the newest and most effective of which is Tao Calligraphy.

Tao Calligraphy draws influence from the ancient art form of one-stroke calligraphy (otherwise known as Yi Bi Zi), that Master Sha learnt from Professor Li Qiu Yun, who had learned Yi Bi Zi from the teacher of the family of the last Chinese emperor. After mastering one-stroke calligraphy, Master Sha went on to create Tao Calligraphy. Each stroke of Tao Calligraphy is said to carry incredible healing power and high-level frequency and has been known to cultivate life force, wellbeing, wisdom, and happiness. As he has been doing since the age of 22, Master Sha looked for a way to combine the power of one-stroke calligraphy with his knowledge of other healing practices, to create something unique. Tao Calligraphy is just that. Master Sha has infused the practice of one-stroke calligraphy with light, blessings, and positive messages.

How does Tao Calligraphy work?

The calligrapher uses the Yi Bi Zi method of writing to create a message that carries a positive meaning. This message is written in one brushstroke, which consists of one flow of energy, and this creates a powerful vibrational field that carries the positive message. This field is known as a Tao Chang. The positivity enclosed within a Tao Chang can benefit people in a multitude of ways.

The benefits of Tao Calligraphy

So what are the benefits of Tao Calligraphy, and how do we experience them? Firstly, people can absorb the positive energy simply by looking at the products of Tao Calligraphy. In the first instance, when you look at Tao Calligraphy, what you have is art. Before you even consider the positive implications behind these pieces, even looking at them through a computer screen is aesthetically pleasing.

Then when you experience that art in person, a deeper appreciation is triggered. There is beauty and expressiveness in each stroke of the brush, and the effects of each piece can be experienced when in their presence. If you open your heart and soul to the positive messages absorbed within the Tao Chang, they can bless and bring you into a contemplative state, creating a sense of oneness and an expansion of higher consciousness.

Another level on which the positive impact of Tao Calligraphy can be experienced is by writing, tracing, meditating, and practicing Tai Chi movement in its field. In doing so, you can align with the principle of Oneness embodied in the positive energy within the Tao Chang.

When you engage with regular or targeted practice, you can not only absorb the information given by the field but transform that information to address any blockages in your life, experiencing improvements in physical, mental, and emotional conditions as a result.

In an interview, Master Sha discussed what he believes the meaning of life to be:

“The purpose of life is to serve. To serve is to make others happier and healthier. If you offer great service to others; if you help transform human consciousness; and if you contribute to love, peace and harmony for humanity, Mother Earth, and the universe, you will accumulate great virtue.”

This line of thinking coincides with his lifelong dedication to not just developing new and more efficient healing methods but passing down the knowledge on how to self-heal to others. He believes that by teaching these methods to people, the world can become a better place, and humanity can live together in greater harmony. Master Sha states:

“I have the power to heal myself. You have the power to heal yourself. Together we have the power to heal the world.”

Not only can you benefit from the positive effects of Tao Calligraphy, but it is also surprisingly easy to learn how to do it yourself. Thanks to the teaching of both Master Sha, his top Tao Calligraphy Master Teachers, and with the unique system implemented by them, people are able to accomplish very quickly what would usually take years.

The benefits of Tao Calligraphy as a form of self-healing are clear, not only for the thousands of people it has already helped all over the world, but by the fact that it is being recognised as a form of self-healing by medical professionals. The thing that sets it apart from other forms of self-healing is its combination of both ancient and modern practice. Through a lifetime of studying, Master Sha has cemented himself as one of the most knowledgeable and innovative minds in healing, and Tao Calligraphy is one of his greatest creations to date.

If you would like to experience the power of Tao Calligraphy, Master Sha has created Tao Centres all around the world, where you can look at the Calligraphies yourself. Each piece has its own unique purpose. However, all the calligraphies can be applied generally because they all carry high frequency fields of positive information, energy, and matter. If you would like to visit one of these centres, they can be found in Amersfoort, Antwerp, Bordeaux, Honolulu, London, Portland, San Francisco, Sydney, Martinique, Toronto, and Vancouver.

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Dr and Master Zhi Gang Sha is an author, teacher, and healer, whose voice is so respected he has been recognised as the Top Spiritual Innovator of the Year 2020 by the International Association of Top Professionals. He has also been awarded the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Commission Award for promoting world peace.

He is the author of 25 books, including 11 New York Times bestsellers. He has an MD degree in Western medicine from China and is a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture.

By combining the essence of Western medicine with ancient wisdom, he has created Soul Mind Body Medicine and Tao teachings to help humanity. He is a Grandmaster of several Asian arts and in 2002 was named Qigong Master of the Year at the Fifth World Congress of Qigong.


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