Thursday, February 26, 2015

Today's Tao / Don't control it 10-13

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«My Koan Horoscope»

(available in Taoísmo en Español)

1. When you lose it, it excites you. / Cuando lo pierde, le excita a él. (Ch.13 / Middle luck)

2. No one does them. / Nadie los hace. (Ch.78 / Emptiness)

3. At the dark depth of this Dark Depth, lies the gateway to the various surprises of Tao. / En el fondo oscuro de esta Profundidad Oscura, se encuentra la puerta del acceso a las distintas sorpresas del Tao. (Ch.1 / Little luck)


Middle luck - Emptiness - Little luck. Do you wonder why one has to lose someone or something? When you lose someone close to you, you feel sad, asking yourself why the person has left you for someone or somewhere very far, from where he or she will never return. Do you blame yourself, telling yourself that, if you were different, the person would stay where you were? Or do you get angry, accusing the person of selfishness or insulting the world with good old swear words of imperfection or injustice? Why do we lose someone or something? The answer is the same one as you ask me why a hologram comes and goes like the clouds in the sky. A person or a thing appears in our holographic life, asking the only one thing: Love (=Tao, =Buddha). When its task is completed, it goes away. The expression "go away" is not appropriate in fact because it is always there as Love/Tao. Remember? True You are Love/Tao, too. So, you are always with the person or the thing. The split between you and the others do not exist. Everyone is a Kami god. Everything is a Kami god. They are there to ask you to send Love/Tao because without it no Kami can be projected. In other words, separation never exists anywhere. Separation is our own holographic creation. We are one. We are Love/Tao. Many little Kami come and go, asking you to circulate Love/Tao. If you send Love/Tao accepting the loss, it makes many little Kami happy because you have understood their message no matter how painful it feels.

Please try Koan Horoscope (although it is in Spanish).

Naoto Matsumoto

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