Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 27-8 Enter enlightenment
This is called entering enlightenment, which means knowing the constancy of Tao. (Ch.27)
Absolute acceptance is called Satori in Zen Buddhism.
Satori is not just a state.
Satori is rather an act.
Satori is not a hallucination or an altered state.
It is not just understanding the acceptance of all, either.
In Satori, you actively receive the fundamental energy by accepting the world.
Simultaneously you emit the energy by loving the world.
Thus, you can be aware that you are the very center of the constant circulation of Tao the energy.
-No traces 27-1
-Good speech 27-2
-Counting sticks 27-3
-Bars nor bolts 27-4
-Strings nor cords 27-5
-Things = Prayers 27-7
-Enter enlightenment 27-8
-No good man 27-9
-No bad man 27-10
-Lost completely 27-11
-Profound truth 27-12
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 27
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