Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Tao Te Ching Chapter 63-8 Complicated in Easy
Complicated things in the world must be created in the easy. (Ch.63)
Let's replace the expression "in the world" with "in your hologram" as we always do when we see it.
Seemingly complicated things in your hologram are the manifestation of the simplest thing called Tao.
They are holograms and catalysts created in Tao in order to stimulate the circulation of its energy.
Tao is the most fundamental of all.
So, it is the simplest and easiest.
Then, why do many people say Zen and Tao are complicated and difficult to understand?
Because they cannot abandon the concept of Self.
If it's your case, let me ask you a question?
Have you ever seen the quantum physical limit of your own self?
Self is a myth.
Not Tao nor Zen.
-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!
☞Reincarnation has been fascinating many artists. Yukio Mishima, probably the best known modern Japanese novelist, had tackled the subject just before he committed a well monitored spectacle of the traditional Japanese ritual. This «The Decay of the Angel / Tennin gosui » is the last of the four book series: «The Sea of Fertility». Mishima demonstrates his idea about reincarnation in the dialogue between a man and a Buddhist nun at the end of the novel. Rumiko Takahashi, one of the wealthiest Japanese cartoonists and the creator of «Urusei yatsura» and «Maison Ikkoku», chose the very subject as the title of a series. «Rin ne» means reincarnation in Japanese. But Zen and Tao's interpretation of reincarnation is not exactly the same as theirs. The kanji / Chinese characters Rin-ne 輪廻 literally signify: "A wheel turns".