Thursday, December 30, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 60-2 Demons are not gods
If you use Tao to approach the world under the sky, its demons are not gods. (Ch.60)
"The world under the sky" means your hologram.
So, use Tao to approach your hologram.
In other words, approach it by knowing that true You are Tao and the world is your hologram and a catalyst.
You are the one who projects it, so how can "the demons" in it have control over you like "gods"?
Every time you see something evil like "a demon", remember that it is just a catalyst.
However horrifying it looks, you know why it is there.
It is asking you to send more Love.
Don't be afraid, and be kind enough not to judge the demon.
According to Osamu Kanaya, The Kanji / Chinese character 鬼 [oni / ki / guĭ] originally signifies the souls of the dead, which is translated as demons here.
He also points out that 不神 [kami ni arazu / bù shén] , whose characters literally mean "no / god" respectively, signifies the incapability of exercising the spiritual power to cast a curse or castigate someone.
-Boil fish 60-1
-Demons are not gods 60-2
-Gods hurt no people 60-3
-Sage hurts no people 60-4
-None hurt 60-5
-Returns to each other 60-6
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 60
Tao answers your question!
☞Utagawa, Kuniyoshi can teach a lot to modern Manga creators. Look at this «Hatsuhana» on the left. The picture was painted and printed in the middle of the 19th century. The way the water splashes and the positions of her two legs slightly apart have a long-lasting impact on many visual artists in Japan. «Kuniyoshi» on the right will tell you about him and a few suggestions on design that you might have been looking for.