Sunday, August 29, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 49-9 Have no heart
When the sage stays in the world under the sky, he has no heart. (Ch.49)
"The sage" means you because you are the one who projects your hologram, which is the world.
"The world under the sky" signifies your hologram.
Therefore, Today's Tao sentence is decrypted:
"When you stay in your hologram, you have no heart".
"No heart" suggests:
"Your own feelings, thoughts, senses, and even body and mind do not exist outside the hologram".
If you think they are illusions, it will be easier for you to understand how Tao's cycle and holograms work.
-No heart 49-1
-People's heart 49-2
-A study of the Good 49-3
-Tariki / faithful 49-6
-Not faithful 49-7
-Have no heart 49-9
-Inmo and No mind 49-10
-Close ears and eyes 49-11
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 49
Tao answers your question!
☞Heart, mind, and essence; all of them can be translated as Kokoro / Shin. In the process of the translation from Japanese to English, they are all mixed up, with a reason. Because the first two; heart and mind; are manifestations of Tao, which is Hannya (=Wisdom, =essence). "Learning Hannya is False Emptiness (=Koku, =hologram). False Emptiness is learning Hannya. 学般若これ虚空なり。虚空は学般若なり。" (Makahannyaharamitsu 摩訶般若波羅蜜, «Shobogenzo») Hannya = Emptiness. The world, heart and mind included, (=False Emptiness, =hologram) exists to give us chances to learn Hannya (=Tao).