Tao’s autobiography, Dancing Light, has been inspiring people around the world…
Dancing Light: The Spiritual Side of Being Through the Eyes of a Modern Yoga Master is an inspirational autobiography that shows us what is possible–that we each can live to our Highest Potential by inhaling life, exhaling strife and dancing to our own rhythm. Be enthralled by Yoga Master and Historical Icon Tao Porchon-Lynch who lived her mantra, “There Is Nothing You Cannot Do.” Through Tao’s reflections, we are given the gift of insights from almost a century of wisdom that can be applied to our modern-day challenges. We learn about her deep connection with nature and “secrets” to vitality while taking a soulful odyssey of love and loss, hope and joy, and ultimately the triumph of resilience.
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Tao’s life has been a journey within to answer the age-old questions, “Who am I?,” “Why am I here?,” “What is my Truth?” Born during World War I, she grew up in the disquiet of the world not a cloistered spiritual sanctuary. Called the real “Forrest Gump,” Tao participated in historic events most of us only read about. She believed that life is a dance of Eternal Energy. Sometimes we weave in and out of consciousness. That’s the dance – back and forth, up and down, sometimes spinning around, always looking to come back to center. That’s our journey–the search for how to be present with the wonders of life and maintain harmony of mind, body and spirit. In many ways, Dancing Light is a modern Autobiography of a Yogi–a manifesto for a new generation of light seekers taking us on a search for peace, the Oneness behind everything and your exceptional profound Self.
Come take an adventure through 20th century history, witness fearlessness in action and be inspired to craft a mindful and fulfilled “Tao-like” life. Check out this Infographic on Dancing Light, as well as endorsements from notable people including Dr. Deepak Chopra, Rodney Yee, Colleen Sandman Yee, Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, Agapi Stassinopoulos, Beryl Bender Birch and more. If you want to help spread Tao’s wisdom and light, buy books to donate to your local library, senior center, retirement home, veterans center, high school, university and anyplace else that could benefit from the inspiration.