Saturday, January 8, 2011
Tao Te Ching Chapter 61-5 By stillness
By stillness, she gets lower. (Ch.61)
Here I repeat Chuang Tzu's teachings.
"Don't move until you are forced to."
Please read and watch Tao by Matsumoto video blog / No hurry 17-6.
Lao Tzu says in Chapter 37:
"Don't desire and be still, and the world under the sky will stabilize itself".
(☞See Be still 37-5)
These are not asking you to fight to sit still.
No, not at all.
They are asking you to accept the hologram, or the world, in front of you as it is.
By stillness, by accepting all, the female gets passive.
Stillness means "going back to the root".
(☞See Stillness 16-6)
-Satori = Reality 61-1
-Female of the world 61-3
-Female beats male 61-4
-By stillness 61-5
-Under small 61-6
-Under big 61-7
-By going down 61-8
-Gather and Raise 61-9
-Work on people 61-10
-Go down 61-11
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 61
Tao answers your question!
☞Judo means "Soft Tao". The expression "Yawara no michi / The way of being soft" has become outdated, and its original idea seems to have been abandoned in the modern competition of the sport. Thanks to some girl practitioners, we can see a few remaining lights of this spirit. Please look at the colors and expressions of this manga «Yawara! A Fashionable Judo Girl» on the left. It is ironical that it will tell you more about the softness of Judo than the Judo matches in the Olympic Games. ☞On the right, it is a book on «The Hand Arts of Danzan-Ryu Jujutsu».