Thursday, November 4, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 55-10 Know harmony?
Learning harmony is called constancy. (Ch.55)
Please don't forget that you are always in harmony.
In Chapter 16, Lao Tzu says:
"Going back to the destiny is called constancy".
Therefore, learning harmony is going back to the destiny.
What does this mean?
It means that your destiny is always in harmony because life is the hologram you project.
If you know it, you can minimize your resistance every time the hologram comes out of and goes back to Tao.
The process is constant no matter how you judge the harmony.
-Inner attainment 55-1
-No stings 55-2
-No attack 55-3
-No hitting 55-4
-Soft sinew 55-5
-Male organ 55-6
-Su Dongpo / No husky voice 55-8
-Peak of harmony 55-9
-Know harmony? 55-10
-Constant enlightenment 55-11
-No increased life 55-12
-Takuan / Mind and Ki 55-13
-Strong = Old 55-14
-No early end 55-16
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 55
Tao answers your question!
☞Lao Tzu's «Tao Te Ching». 老子「道徳経」in Kanji Chinese characters. It is available in Penguin Classics. You can also read its whole text at Tao by Matsumoto (www.taotechingdecoded.com). ☞If you have to do some business with a Japanese man and want to do a bit of research about the way they think and reason in Japan, Yasunari Kawabata's «Snow Country» is a good material. The admiration of a beautiful and perfect girl living outside reality is a recurring theme in Japanese literature. All you need is a little adjustment. Swap the word "geisha" with "maid" and that of "in the country" with "at Akihabara".