The Tao of Holistic Living

Riding the Dark Horse And the Fall of Man

The day is finally here! My book, “Riding the Dark Horse and The Fall of Man” has reached the bookstores. Many of you have heard my talks and have heard me mention this writing and you will find, in greater detail, the explanation of humanity’s decent away from Nature and our intrinsic nature into an abyss of artificiality, egotism, and have lost our way and the meaning of our lives. I encourage you to read this book and take time to ponder the message being delivered.
If you have not heard any of my talks, but have somehow found your way to this page, I invite you to also read this book, as it is no accident that we are now “meeting up!”
 
ENJOY!

Riding The Dark Horse And The Fall Of Man Is Finally Here!!

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Lama Nicholas & His Majesty The 4th King of Bhutan - Jigme Singye Wangchuck

Everyone is drawn to those who keep the one,

For there lies rest and happiness and peace.

Passerby may stop for music and good food,

But it is not possible to describe the Tao.

Without Substance or flavour,

It cannot be seen, it cannot be heard,

And yet it cannot be exhausted.

~Lao Tzu

Lama Nicholas Packard

Nicholas Packard was born in the United States and received a post-graduate degree at the University of Pittsburgh in Philosophy and speaks four languages.  He has traveled worldwide and lived in many parts of the world, including Italy, India, China, and Thailand. But, after many years of writing plays and directing theatre in both America and in Europe, he renounced everything, gave all material goods away and went to live in the Himalayan Mountains in northern India for a period of 10 years. 

After these ten years, Lama Nicholas moved to the mountains of China is search of a spiritual world. There he studied Chinese medicine and philosophy. He trained with Grand Masters such as, GAO yang Meng, Yongqiu Xiao, and Lizhong Chen in the practice of Tai Chi and Qigong and holistic principles of healing.

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