Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Tao Te Ching Chapter 12-5 Coins
The coins hard to get make man's behaviour bothered. (Ch.12)
Let's decode this.
If you are attached to material things, it is more difficult to acknowledge that the world is a hologram that you project in your mind.
Naoto Matsumoto adds:
"This is a rare item."
"This is a rare opportunity."
"This is a rare coin, Monsieur."
The word "rare" excites our desire to obtain the object, doesn't it?
Well, it is not a good idea.
I am not talking about moral, but Tao and Zen.
The "rare" object is just a part of the hologram you project.
If you are attached to material things, isn't it more difficult to acknowledge it?
Please see Tao by Matsumoto / Chapter 12 / Five colours.
It has the chapter's entire English translation and Rapid Decoded.
Mata ashita. See you tomorrow.
-Five colours 12-1
-Five notes 12-2
-Five tastes 12-3
-Riding and hunting 12-4
-Not that one, but this one 12-7
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 12
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Here are some rare coins. If they excite you, well, do not resist them. Accept all, your feelings included.