Monday, July 26, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 44-7 Stay
Know staying, and you will never be in danger. (Ch.44)
What does Lao Tzu mean by "staying"?
It does not mean suppressing one's desire and belittling his existence.
Staying means staying in Tao.
But true You are Tao.
You are always "staying in Tao".
When you forget this, you will be in the state of Mayoi, being lost.
You may project seemingly dangerous holograms, but don't worry.
They are there to stimulate you as catalysts.
Nothing is dangerous from the beginning.
You are safe.
-Body or name 44-1
-Body or money 44-2
-Gain or loss 44-3
-"Love" too much 44-4
-Store = Lose 44-5
-Last long 44-8
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 44
Tao answers your question!
☞«Kojiki 古事記» means "Records of Ancient Matters". It is a collection of the oldest "matters" recorded in Japanese. One can insist that everything written there truly happened, and another can argue that it was not possible. In any case, you can read literally fantastic stories such as the birth of gods and the battle with a monster snake with eight tails. If you read it with the soothing sounds of «Kojiki» by Kitaro 喜多郎, a nice afternoon relaxation is guaranteed.