Sunday, March 6, 2011
Tao Te Ching Chapter 65-6 Miracle rule
Knowing these rules is called Dark Depth Attainment. (Ch.65)
A: "Master Bonbon, I wanna know the rules of magic Tao. 'Dark Deep Attachment', you call?"
B: "Dark Depth Attainment, idiot! Gentoku the Dark Depth Attainment! This oriental mystic, magical, enigmatic power rules the world."
Master Bonbon, stop pretending to be an exotic mystic. You are fooling yourself.
Besides, Dark Depth Attainment is not the attainment of a magical power.
Or rather, everyday life is a miracle if you are looking for one.
Zen Master Dogen expresses it as:
"Miracle is the tea and rice of a Buddhist".
(Jinzu 神通, «Shobogenzo»)
Everything that takes place in your hologram is a miracle.
Therefore, all the stories about miracle are true because you are the one who projects them.
Forget your intelligence.
Then, you will see that every moment is a miracle.
This is the rule of miracle.
-Too intelligent 65-2
-Harmful intelligence 65-3
-Not by intelligence 65-4
-Rules of Tao 65-5
-Miracle rule 65-6
-Miracle attainment 65-7
-Return to Tao 65-8
-Perfect integration 65-9
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 65
Tao answers your question!
☞We have two famous artists called "Banana" in Japan. One is the author of «Kitchen»: Banana Yoshimoto. The other is a great Haiku poet who supposedly had a Ninja-like mission for the Shogun government while traveling the northern independent fiefdoms in Japan: Matsuo, Basho. His first name "Basho" means a banana plant in Japanese. He is the author of «The Narrow Road to the Deep North / Oku no Hoso Michi». The book certainly inspired Edward Bond, and he wrote the play "Narrow Road to the Deep North".