About Tao Calligraphy

What is Tao Calligraphy?

The ancient art of Chinese calligraphy has long been a revered practice for cultivating the life force of energy (qi or chi), well-being, and happiness and an esteemed path to wisdom. Tao Calligraphy is a unique form created by Dr and Master Zhi Gang Sha that builds on this tradition by infusing the unique one-stroke Yi Bi Zi calligraphy with Tao light, blessings, and messages of the Greatest Tao qualities of love, forgiveness, compassion, harmony, gratitude, and much more. Master Sha’s Tao Calligraphy is Oneness writing that carries frequencies and vibrations that bless everyone in its presence.

Tao Calligraphy brings together the essential Taoist principles of following the Way, uniting humanity, Mother Earth and Heaven, and cultivating health and longevity with the power of soul, heart, mind, and body. This unique combination heightens the powerful natural force within us and the universe to come together as One in harmony and balance.

Through this unifying meditative practice, Tao Calligraphy can help anyone advance their spiritual development and find an internal stillness and peace that enhances every aspect of life. Practicing and teaching Tao Calligraphy also provides unconditional universal service. The beneficial effects nourish humanity and reverberate throughout Mother Earth, aiding her at this difficult time.

Wherever you are on your life and soul journey, becoming a Tao Calligraphy Practitioner will give you exceptional skills that will deepen your spiritual practice and give you the ability to bless and help others to nourish their souls and rise higher in every aspect of life. As a Tao Calligraphy Practitioner or Teacher, you will be spreading uplifting messages of compassion and forgiveness and spreading love, peace and harmony.

    

History Master Sha first learned the ancient form of single-stroke Yi Bi Zi calligraphy from the now 106-year-old Professor Li Qiu Yun, who learned the art from Tai Shi (太师 ), the teacher of the emperor’s and royal family’s children during the Qing Dynasty, the last imperial dynasty in China. After mastering Yi Bi Zi writing, Master Sha created his own very unique Tao calligraphy. The State Ethnic Academy of Painting, China, has given the highest honors to Master Sha with appointments to the positions of National Chinese Calligraphy Dr. and Professor, Honorable Researcher Position, and National and Overseas Board of Advisors Consultant. On March 18, 2017, a very successful opening of an exhibit of Master Sha’s Tao Calligraphy was held at the Cultural Palace of Nationalities in Beijing, attended by numerous well-respected government officials and artists.

Master Nina Mistry

Nina Mistry is a certified Tao Calligraphy Teacher of Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha. Master Nina is also a certified Grand Master Tao Calligraphy Practitioner and Grand Master in Soul painting. Master Nina is passionate about healing through painting and through the sacred writing of Tao Calligraphy. She combines her passion for Tao Calligraphy writing and Tao painting and is particularly passionate about teaching it to children.

Master Venier Wong

Venier Wong is a Master Teacher, Tao Calligraphy Grandmaster Practitioner and Tao Song Tao Dance Practitioner.  She has dedicated her life to service and global change.  Master Venier is passionate about creating a global movement of love peace and harmony where children and youth are the inspirational heart-centered leaders for humanity.

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  1. Tatyana XV says:

    The greatest transformation available to all of us. Tao Calligraphy has elevated my life. Thank-you.

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