Monday, January 10, 2011
Tao Te Ching Chapter 61-7 Under big
A small country takes a big country by going under the big country. (Ch.61)
Yesterday's sentence was:
"A big country takes a small country by going under the small country."
In Today's sentence Lao Tzu simply swaps the words "big" and "small".
The important thing is this interchangeability.
It doesn't matter if it's big or small.
They are just showing two points.
One goes under the other, and vice versa.
This is what the Yin Yang circle is symbolizing.
This intercourse is Tao.
It is Love.
Returning to Tao is sending Tao's energy to Tao.
Send it to Tao by going under Tao.
What does "going under Tao" mean?
It means "receiving Tao's energy through your hologram without resistance".
By assimilating it, another hologram can appear.
-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!
☞«House of the Sleeping Beauties» was written by Yasunari Kawabata, a Nobel Prize-winner, in 1961. It is about the aging male citizens who pay money to only sleep beside a young female body.
☞«Snow Country» is Kawabata's masterpiece. Its first publication was in 1935. But the author kept adding new chapters. In 1948, the novel reached the final form. The story took place before WW2. Now no Japanese man can possibly imagine doing the same thing in an expensive onsen ryokan/hotel.