Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Tao Te Ching Chapter 77-6 Nirvana / Reduced excess & Supplied lack
Heaven's Tao reduces excess and supplies what it lacking. (Ch.77)
A: "Give us food. Give us clothes. Save us, Master Bonbon!"
B: "Give us money first. We will invest it on the financial market. Then, the profit will save you."
Please trust yourself.
"Heaven" means your hologram.
"Heaven's Tao" signifies the the presence of Tao inside all the bits and pieces of your hologram.
Tao's nature of manifestation is called Hossho 法性 in Buddhism.
This world is your Nirvana.
Don't try to look for a better place somewhere over the rainbow.
Your holographic world is perfect.
Stop saying silly things like: "We have to improve this world".
Instead, thank the world for being as it is, and Tao will take care of the rest, by reducing excess and supplying what is lacking.
-Bend a bow 77-1
-Suppress doubt? 77-2
-Raise Hossho? 77-3
-No excess / Why does history repeat? 77-4
-Lack and Supply 77-5
-Nirvana / Reduced excess and Supplied lack 77-6
-Man's self 77-7
-Rich man's excess 77-8
-Love and Excess 77-9
-After life / Task successfully accomplished 77-11
-Secret of superiority 77-12
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 77
-Hossho stays low 76-9
Lao Tzu answers your question!
☞«Tao Te Ching» Key word comparison (16) / -Do nothing (treat things without interference) 無為 - Let's see how they translate 是以聖人処無為之事 行不言之教 in Chapter 2. / "The Sage acts without action and teaches without talking" On the left, «Tao Te Ching: The New Translation from Tao Te Ching: The Definitive Edition (Tarcher Cornerstone Editions)» translated by Jonathan Star. / "Therefore the Sage is devoted to non-action, Moves without teaching," On the left, «Tao Te Ching» translated by Stephen Addiss and Stanley Lombardo with the illustrations by Stephen Addiss and the introduction by Burton Watson.