Tin Yat Dragon

Tin Yat Dragon Taoist Temple

Our temple, known as "Tin Yat Dragon" or “天一神龍宮,” has been around since 2004. We started with a physical location in Toronto, but as the digital world grew, so did we. Embracing the internet, we moved our focus online to reach people globally. Now, we're all about providing teachings, services, and help online to folks everywhere.

Our Expertise

Over the years, we've become pros at tackling spiritual issues, especially in exorcism, magic battles, curses, and sorcery attacks. Despite trying to diversify, our clients' needs keep bringing us back to these areas. We've handled tough cases that others couldn't, giving us the confidence to help anyone in need.

Global Discipleship and Resources

We're continuously growing, with disciples all over the world, under the guidance of higher divines. If you're looking to learn Taoism and curious about our history, we've got you covered with a brief intro right here. For those still deciding, we've got plenty of eBooks, plus we're active on YouTube, TikTok, podcasts, and more.

Whether you're a believer or a disciple, we're committed to earning your trust and guiding you on your journey with Tin Yat Dragon.

The Masters and the Sect's Evolution

Our sect started with Gum Sifu and me, Jee Sifu, both rooted in traditional Taoism. I've also dabbled in Feng Shui, Kung Fu, and Qi Gong. But our traditional training didn't limit us. During a critical magic battle, we connected with higher-dimensional divines, who rescued and guided us beyond conventional teachings.

In 2009, we branched off from traditional paths, starting fresh with divine guidance. After years of cultivation and testing, we were chosen to lead and pass on Saam Law Tao 三羅道.

Promoting a new sect isn't easy. Unlike established sects with long histories, we've had to prove ourselves through our actions and results. Over the years, we've worked hard to develop the sect in many areas. For us, this isn't just a job – it's a lifetime commitment, our sole career.

Our Growing Lineage

Now, we have three masters, including Yee Sifu from Hong Kong, who joined us in 2013. She manages the lineage, focusing on discipline and senior disciples.

Addressing Skepticism

For those skeptical about us, check out our online content. It's not just the quantity but the quality that speaks for us. We may not have centuries of history, but our dedication, trust, and determination are unmatched.

If you feel the call, join us in the Tin Yat Dragon family. Every great sect started somewhere – don’t judge us by our cover; explore what we offer and experience the truth for yourself. We're here, welcoming you with open arms.

Explaining Our Sect’s Name and Logo

Tin Yat Lineage Logo

Our sect is fully named “Tin Yat Saam Law Sun Lung Sect (天一三羅神龍教),” but we often go by “Tin Yat Lineage 天一派” for short. We follow Saam Law Tao 三羅道 (Long form: Saam Law Tin Si Tao 三羅天師道), Taoism from the primordial Saam Law world - Daai Law Tin 大羅天. Our logo is pretty meaningful, so let's break it down.

The Circle and Hourglass

The logo features a circle, symbolizing the sky we connect to – that's the "Tin (sky) Yat (connects) 天一" part. There's also an hourglass in there, representing the power of time central to the Saam Law 三羅 system. It's a magical tool of our main god, Saam Law Jo Si. The yellow sand inside? That's about the "power of creation and life" – kind of like the power from your heart, what we call D5 power.

The Dragons and the Figure Eight

You'll notice a golden and a purple dragon forming a figure-eight pattern. This resonates with "Sun Lung 神龍" (celestial dragon). In our lineage, we have this poem that goes with the god’s signage: “紫金真龍從天降,三羅神法入地來.” It means "the purple and golden dragon descends from the sky, and Saam Law magical powers enter the ground." The golden dragon brings knowledge and preheaven energies for growth, while the purple dragon gives us strength to overcome challenges. The figure eight is also key – it's a FU talisman symbolizing our first major magic, Hoi Tin Moon 開天門 (opening the sky door). It's all about opening communication pathways, a crucial concept in our Taoist magic.

The Tai Chi Symbol

Finally, there's a Tai Chi symbol right at the center, tying the whole logo together with a Taoist vibe. It also represents a continuous, healthy communication loop, like the one we maintain with the divines. This symbol encapsulates the essence of Saam Law Tao, symbolizing a lifelong commitment for our disciples, extending beyond just this lifetime. So, there you have it – our logo is more than just a design; it's the very heart of what we believe and practice.

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