Monday, October 4, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 53-2 Flat Tao
Big Tao is very flat, but people prefer small shortcuts. (Ch.53)
The word "Tao" is sometimes translated as "a way".
When you follow Tao, your big way is flat, and it is easy to advance there.
Following Tao or practicing Zen is easy. Period.
Who says it is difficult!
"Sir, practicing Zen is very difficult, so you have to buy this Japanese kimono. With our kimono, you will reach Satori immediately"
"Madam, following Tao is very difficult, so you have to buy this hi-tech headset. This miraculous headset will give you the same effect as thirty years' meditation."
Don't listen to them.
No shortcuts are better than doing nothing.
-No intelligence 53-1
-Flat Tao 53-2
-Clean court 53-3
-Wild field 53-4
-Painted rice cake / Empty granary 53-5
-Too much money 53-6
-Thief's luxury 53-7
-Hologram is not Tao 53-8
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 53
Tao answers your question!
☞Masaru Emoto was born in Yokohama, Japan, in 1943. His idea that water has memory is convincing more and more people these days. Then, we can go a step farther and ask ourselves where the water is? Certainly, it is part of our hologram. Along with late Masanobu Fukuoka, he is one of the underrated Japanese giants in his own country. The fact remains no matter how sceptically the Japanese media look at him.