Our Beliefs

Our Beliefs

I-Kuan-Tao

I-Kuan Tao (pronounced "yee guan dao") is one of the most significant spiritual movements in Taiwan. Its name can be literally translated as "The Tao that unifies all with the one."

The basis of I-Kuan Tao is rooted in Chinese traditions, with teachings emphasizing traditional values such as family, honor, respect and moderation. It is no exaggeration to call I-Kuan Tao the definitive and authentic Chinese form of spirituality.

The appeal of I-Kuan Tao is not limited to the Chinese. The movement is open to everyone regardless of ethnicity. Many people in the West have already experienced the warmth and acceptance of Tao practitioners. They have also discovered, within I-Kuan Tao, progressive teachings that resonate with the Western mind.

Five Sages

What to Expect?

Confucianism ~大成至聖孔夫子簡傳
Taoism ~ 道祖太上老君簡傳
Buddhism ~ 釋迦摩尼佛祖簡傳
Jesus ~ 基督教主耶穌傳略
Islam ~ 回教教主默罕默德傳略

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Our Vision

What We Believe

We seek unity in essential beliefs

I-Kuan-Tao is a religious sentiment that respects peace, values family ethics and warmth, eliminates hatred, and eliminates violence. There will also be a bright future, and people who are at a loss or direction will not hesitate and become enlightened.

We value liberty in non-essential beliefs

The elderly like it, because Yiguandao has the characteristics of "the old and the old and the old". Young people like it too, because Yiguandao has the start of the lively growth of "young one and one young man".

We pursue love in all things

Regardless of skin color, every nation likes it, because it can open the source of human loss for mankind and find the original home. It not only makes everyone have a home, but also points out the starting point of a new life, which is a bleak and unhappy life.

Helping people know I-Kuan-Tao, grow in faith & go into the world equipped to serve.

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Leadership

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Confucianism

大成至聖孔夫子簡傳

Taoism

道祖太上老君簡傳

Buddhism

釋迦摩尼佛祖簡傳

Jesus

基督教主耶穌傳略

Islam

回教教主默罕默德傳略