According to Henry Wei, who wrote Lao Tzu: The Guiding Light:
Lao Tzu may rightly be regarded as an immortal inspirer. His teachings constitute a bright beacon for the guidance of the human spirit to supreme fulfillment…He led a long, quiet and studious life and then vanished from the human scene, leaving behind a compact parcel of sublime wisdom in glorious poetry…He was not exactly a hermit or recluse, but simply loved the contemplative life. He preferred to stay in obscurity in the silence of the library, devoting himself to inner culture and the pursuit of truth, living with serene spontaneity and natural ease.
To our knowledge, Lao Tzu wrote absolutely nothing during his time at the Imperial Archives. But we do know of course that Lao Tzu wrote one thin volume entitled Tao Teh Ching, translated as “The Classic of the Way and Its Virture.”
Henry Wei writes in the same reference:
It was not until the Chou House showed glaring signs of decay and decline that Lao Tzu finally took his departure and decided to exile himself. As he reached the pass leading westward, the warden of the pass, Yin His said to him: “Since you are retiring from the world, will you please write a book for my enlightenment?” Lao Tzu consented and wrote a book in two parts about the meaning of Tao and Teh, consisting of a little over 5000 words.
Schools of Chinese Philosophy
Although Lao Tzu was known by few during his lifetime, this sublime collection became the basis for the contributions to many schools of Chinese philosophy. The Tao Teh Ching has been translated into more languages than any other book except the Bible. It is said that Lao Tzu may have lived to be 160 years old, although references vary. No matter how varied the accounts, it is clear that Lao Tzu led a remarkable life and was truly a brilliant philosopher and shining light for us all.
It is not surprising that Lao Tzu has kept a low profile as the originator of the LaHoChi Healing energies. Even a short study of his life makes one feel full of gratitude for his continued efforts from another dimension to help assist with the process of healing and evolving the consciousness of the earth and her inhabitants.
Specific instructions for moving LaHoChi energy healing energy through you and/or to another were given to a spiritual teacher named Satchamar on May 15, 1991. The activator of the healing chi comes from a spiritual chi master existing on the realm of the cosmic consciousness. Healers know this chi master as the LaHoChi Master. “La” in LaHoChi refers to the Light, Love and Wisdom coming from Christ frequency or higher. The “Ho” means the movement of this energy and the “Chi” is life force. We can summarize LaHoChi energy as healing light of the highest frequencies, filled with life force, moving with the combined intentions of spiritual and human beings to wherever it needs to go. This would include but not be limited to the earth, humans, animals and plants.
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The LaHoChi Master has been prodding me for some time now to co-creatively release these instructions in written form and provide them to a wide audience. It is our desire that this superb healing technique become a significant part of your health maintenance ritual and helps to bring about perfect health for the creation of Heaven on Earth.