Sunday, April 3, 2011
Tao Te Ching Chapter 68-4 Lower than people
One who uses people well puts himself lower than them. (Ch.68)
"Hai, hai, hai. Yes, yes, yes."
Have you ever seen a Japanese saying "hai, hai, hai" while bowing?
And did you laugh?
All right. You laughed. Totally understandable.
Then, did you think about Lao Tzu and Tao Te Ching?
It's a pity.
You missed a fantastic living example of Dark Depth Female 玄牝 [gen pi].
The Japanese word "hai" does not necessarily mean: "Yes. I agree with you".
It means: "Yes. I understand what you are saying, I am lower than you, and I respect you as a part of sacred nature".
In short, "I accept you and the rest".
"People" here means your hologram.
By lowering yourself and activating Dark Depth Female, you can "use" your hologram.
-True samurai 68-1
-True warrior 68-2
-True winner 68-3
-Lower than people 68-4
-No competition 68-5
-Aikido and Tariki / Other people's power 68-6
-Limit of space and time 68-7
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 68
Tao answers your question!
☞Recently the Japanese have become more and more introversive. Some things change on the superficial level. Other things hardly change. The Japanese might be heading towards the closure of the country as once they did some 400 years ago. You never know. If you want to do some business in Japan, more than ever you need a good preparation with up-to-date materials. Check Paul Norbury's «Japan - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs and Culture» and John Alston and Isao Takei's «Japanese Business Culture and Practice: A Guide to Twenty-First Century Japanese Business».