The Xiūzhēn Tú (修真图), Chart for the Cultivation of Perfection.
The Three Pure Ones (Chinese: 三清; pinyin: Sānqīng)
The Daoist sage illustrated above is cultivating the Three Treasures, Jing, Qi, Shen represented by the three circles in his hands.
The Daoist Immortal Li Tieguai (Tekkai), Tekkai zu. Japanese Edo period, around 1770. Soga Shôhaku (Japanese, 1730–1781)
Zhongli Quan is one of the most ancient of the Eight Immortals and the leader of the group. He is also known as Zhongli of Han because he was said to be born during the Han Dynasty. He possesses a fan which has the magical ability of reviving the dead and in some stories, it also can transform stones into silver or gold.
Painting by Qing Dynasty artist Wang Hui, 1679
inner body landscape according to Daoism... Every organ corresponds with a season's climate, a color, a (healing) sound, and so on.
TAOIST SORCERY: Onmyodo - Taoist Sorcery In Ancient Japan
Bao Yunlong, 1450s. Universe run by Tao, which is divided into yin and yang, which can be used to understand... everything. 'Ba Gua' used in the Yi-ching (I Ching or Classic of Changes, also known as the Book of Divination)