Sunday, January 30, 2011
Tao Te Ching Chapter 63-6 Complicated?
Plan complicated things while they are easy. (Ch.63)
You surely agree to this, don't you?
Then, let's go a step further.
"while they are easy".
When is it exactly?
It is before things are created.
That is to say, before your hologram is projected.
It is called "Bumo misho izen 父母未生以前" in Zen Buddhism. (☞See also Tao by Matsumoto 63a Work no work)
It literally means "before your father and mother were born", but is a synonym of Tao.
Please remember there is no time in Tao.
So, it means "right now".
Right now right here your life may seem complicated, but in fact it is easy.
It is your hologram you project.
-Decoding a riddle 63-1
-No work 63-2
-No taste 63-3
-Small = Big 63-4
-Love him 63-5
-Complicated in Easy 63-8
-Big in minuscule 63-9
-Don't try 63-10
-Casual promises 63-11
-Easy origin 63-12
-Everything as difficult 63-13
-Nothing is difficult 63-14
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 63
Tao answers your question!
☞«Shinju Ten no Amijima» is an intriguing title. It is the Japanese title for Masahiro Shinoda's film on the right. The original was written in the days of samurai. The author was Chikamatsu, Monzaemon. It was a puppet play about a tragedy of love. It is based on a true story that took place in an islet called Ami jima, which literally means Net Island. The genius of this Japanese Shakespeare immediately associated it with a famous line from Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching: "天網恢恢 [Ten mo kai kai] Heaven's net is vast". (Chapter 73) A man and a Yujo, which means a "play woman" literally, commit Shinju at Heaven's net Island. This is the meaning of the title.