Cauta in tine puterea de schimbare si de vindecare a planetei

Cauta in tine puterea de schimbare si de vindecare a planetei
Find in yourself the power to change and heal the world
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The power to change and heal the world is within you!
Heaven -A place within You;
Cerul-Un loc inlauntrul tau;
DISCOVER THE WAY TO HEAVEN AND POWER IN YOURSELF;
DESCOPERA CALEA SPRE CER SI PUTERE IN TINE INSUTI;
THE UNIVERSE IS HOLOGRAPHIC,COMPLETE IN EACH OF ITS PARTS;
UNIVERSUL E HOLOGRAFIC,INTREG IN FIECARE PARTE A SA;
SO YOU CAN SEARCH AND DISCOVER THE UNIVERSE THE SAME EVERYWHERE...INCLUDING IN YOURSELF;
ASA CA POTI CAUTA SI DESCOPERI UNIVERSUL ACELASI PESTE TOT..INCLUSIV IN TINE INSUTI;
" Without going outside,
You can know the whole world.
Without looking out,
You can see the Way of Heaven"
/"Fara sa treci pragul usii;
Poti cunoaste intreaga lume,
Fara sa privesti pe fereastra [fara sa folosesti ferestrele simturilor],
Poti vedea Calea Cerului"(Lao Tzu 47);
Iisus spunea:"Imparatia lui Dumnezeu nu vine in asa fel ca sa izbeasca privirile.
Nu se poate zice: Uite-o aici! sau: "Uite-o acolo!" Caci iata ca Imparatia lui Dumnezeu este inlauntrul vostru".
Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you"(Luke 17.20-21)";
The Gospel of Thomas:"The Kingdom (of Heaven) is inside you and it is outside you";"Split a piece of wood, and I am there,"Lift up the stone and there you will find me";
Isaac of Syria said :"Try to enter your treasure house and you will see the treasure house of Heaven;To him who knows himself knowledge of all things is given.For knowing oneself is the fulfillment of the knowledge of all things"
"Incearca sa intri in tezaurul tau si vei gasi tezaurul Cerului;Celui ce se cunoaste pe sine toate lucrurile ii sunt date..
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Lao Tzu-Tao Te Ching:
LAO TZU-TAO THE INNER WAY TO HEAVEN
Illustrations on Flick:
The Holographic Universe-The Whole World is Here and NowThe Flowering of Life -At one with The One(Mystic Trance)Elasticitatea si adaptabilitatea  reprezinta pecetea vietiiWHICH IS THE TRUE KNOWLEDGE AND POWER?
Lao Tzu 26:The Heaviness is the root of Lightness-The Unmanifested Reality in the Center is the root of Manifested  RealityGreul este izvorul şi temelia  uşorului-Realitatea nemanifestata din nucleul central al universuluiAccept as Equal Grace and Disgrace Fortune and Misfortune Profit and Loss.LEARN FROM WATER Lao Tzu 8
Empty your Mind-Tune into and enter the Cosmic Mind -Lao Tzu 11PLACE YOU BEYOND  DUALITY LAO TZU 2Lao Tzu 76: The Elasticity and Adaptability are the Stigmata of Emptiness and LifeBend and be straight;Empty and be full
Tao-The Way beyond the  Everchanging Surface RealityLOTUS CROWNkensho and  satoriLOVE CHARACTER IN CHINESE AND JAPANESE
OGLINDIREA REALITATIITo the mind that is still the whole universe surrenders” (Lao Tzu , Buddha, Chuang Tzu)Breaking the Cultural Trance – Discover Stillnesscalm the mind waves 3
The reflection of the MoonWalking on Water and Clouds-Unlearning our Limitationswalking on waterNAMASTE AND HOLOGRAPHIC
Multidimensional Beingteilhard de chardinTranscend the Illusory World of Conditioned LimitationsEnso_intro 1
taoDaruma by HakuinCICLUL ENSOBodhidarma
HAKUIN Ekaku (1685–1768)ENSO  by Nakahara NANTENBOENSODARUMA BY KOGAN GENGEI
Zen-Empty your Mind ReceiverDAVID MAGEN LILYAUTUMN CROCUSWATER LILY
Lao Tzu in Viharnra SienTAO-CALEA CATRE REALITATEA PROFUNDATAO -The Absolute RealityTAO TE CHING 2 MIRAHORIAN
ELIMINA FALSELE IERARHII VALORICEThe Ever present  Source-Lao Tzu 4IZVORUL UNIVERSULUIThe Root of Heaven and Earth -Lao Tzu 6
LEARN FROM WATER LAO TZU 8PLASEAZA-TE DINCOLO DE DUALITATEUTILITATEA VIDULUIThe True Knowledge and Power
THE WAY TO HEAVEN AND POWER, 2005,MIRAHORIANTHE WAY TO HEAVEN AND POWER, 2004,MIRAHORIANCALEA SPRE CER SI PUTERE 1993ONE WHOLENESS
WHICH IS THE TRUE KNOWLEDGE AND POWER? LAO TZU 33RETURNING AND THE BIG MIND FEEDBACK LOOPHOLOGRAPHIC UNIVERSE -LAO TZU TAO TE CHING 47 MIRAHORIAN
THE WHOLE UNIVERSE IS WITHIN YOUHOW TO REALIZE THE MYSTIC UNION? LAO TZU 56TAO TE CHING USED VARIANTS FOR THIS TRANSLATION:WANG PI,MAWANGTUI,GUOTIAN10 BULLS 10 TABLOURI ALE CAUTARII TAURULUI
THE WAY OF TEATAO TE CHING 55 BOSTON LIBRARYMOD DE PREZENTARE TERMENITHE MEANING OF THE FIRST CHARACTERS;SEMNIFICATIA CARACTERELOR DIN TITLU
CHINESE CHARACTER TRANSLITERATIONS;TRANSCRIPTIA LB.CHINEZECONVERSION TABLE FOR CHINESE TRANSLITERATIONSCHAPTER 56;Guo Tian Bamboo Slips Tao Te ChingTao-The Way of Heaven is like the stringing of an ancient bow
TAO-Calea Cerului  se aseamănă cu încordarea unui arcNAMASTE AND HOLOGRAPHIC1

Mergand pe apa: Dezvatarea de Limitarile care ne-au fost inoculate

"Mergand pe apa: Dezvatarea de Limitarile care ne-au fost inoculate"
"Walking on Water: Unlearning our limitations"
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Deprogramming,Deconditioning
Mersul pe apa: Dezvatarea de Limitarile care ne-au fost inoculate
Mergi dincolo de lumea iluzorie si de limitarile care ti-au fost implantate in cursul conditionarii
Transcend the Illusory World of Conditioned Limitations
This article is a sign of gratitude for the contribution to the understanding of chapter 48 of Lao Tzu made by our friend
C.G. Walters
The miracles (including the walking on water) are known in the various religious and philosophical traditions and are usually understood as manifestations of our innate divine power.
Just as the Hindu deities can descend in human forms (avatars), so the Hindu saints can, through the practice of asceticism (tapas), rise to godlike status. Thus the saint is often understood to be a "god-man" or a "goddess woman" by virtue of having "realized" the divinity innate in all human beings.
In this context, a miracle is a manifestation of supernormal powers (siddhis) acquired as a function of attaining mystic trance (samadhi) through meditation and physical austerities(tapas,ascetism,asceza). A classic treatment of the siddhis is the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali, where the list of supernormal powers includes knowledge of previous lives; clairvoyance; knowledge of the moment when one will die; control over and thus freedom from one's bodily systems; the ability to levitate and transverse great distances in a moment's time; the power to expand or shrink one's body; and so forth.[from:http://science.jrank.org/pages/10251/Miracles-Miracles-in-Sacred-Scriptures.html]
Patanjali in Yoga Sutras( Chapter Three--Vibbuti Pada) states that each human being can achieve what are called the yoga siddhis, or miraculous powers.In Yoga Sutra III, 40: "By mastery of udana prana, which moves up from the chest, one can encounter obstacles like water, mud, thorns, and so on without contacting them and, through this pranic current, ascend from gravity"(http://www.yogachicago.com/sep05/sutras.shtml
);
The same sutra in other translation (http://www.sankaracharya.org/patanjali_yoga_sutras.php)
"By self-control of the nerve-currents utilising the lifebreath, one may levitate, walk on water, swamps, thorns, or the like".
In the Chinese wuxia martial arts genre, some warriors may be able to fly or jump with the aid the water's surface. This is never explained by other than the depth of their training.
In ancient Egyptian Mythology the God Horus walked on water, and in ancient Greek Mythology the giant hunter and son of the gods Orion walked on water. Hindu, Buddhist [http://www.sacred-texts.com/bud/btg/btg86.htm], and Greek [http://www.comfychair.org/~cmbell/myth/orion.html] traditions have stories about characters walking on water.
Walking on water is one of the miracles that the Gospels attribute to Jesus. An account of the miracle appears in the Gospels of John (John 6:16-21), of Matthew[14:22-33] and of Mark [6:45-52]. According to the Biblical narrative, Jesus sent the disciples in a boat, ahead of him, to Bethsaida, but when they were half way across the lake, Jesus walked over the lake and met them. The narrative states that the disciples were scared at first, thinking it was a ghost, but when Jesus revealed himself and got into the boat, they calmed down. According to Matthew (but not Mark or John) Peter was also able to walk on water, following Jesus's example[Matthew 14:22-33 ].
NAMASTE:"I HONOR THE DIVINE WITHIN YOU"
Daca oamenii ar putea vedea realitatea holografica de dincolo de oglindirea realitatii pe ecranul mental prin impulsuri (wei,activitati,vrittis) ar descoperi identitatea lor comuna de manifestari ale constiintei universului
CUNOASTEREA MIJLOCITA=IGNORANTA
"Walking on Water: Unlearning our limitations"
Deprogramming,Deconditioning
Mersul pe apa:Dezvatarea de Limitarile care ne-au fost inoculate

Someone may be "walking on water” not because they have learned a great secret, but rather that they have not 'learned' that they cannot do such a thing. Sometimes the correction for a situation is not to do something more, but primarily to stop what we have being doing; rather than learning something new, relinquish limiting information that you have acquired along the way.

Cineva poate sa "mearga pe apa"nu fiindca a invatat un mare secret,ci fiindca nu a fost "invatat"(programat,conditionat)ca nu poate face acest lucru.Uneori corectarea unei situatii nu inseamna sa facem mai mult,ci sa ne oprim din ceea ce facem acum.Pt a invata ceva nou trebuie sa ne debarasam de informatia eronata pe care am acumulat-o in cursul drumului vietii.
Patanjali spune ca nu vedem realitatea ci o modelare a ei pe ecranul mental (realitatea secunda) realizata cu ajutorul vrittis(impulsuri,activitati mentale)
Patanjali :you don't see the reality but a reflection of it on the mind screen(second reality) created by the electrical impulses and signals;see vrittis
Perception - The Secret beyond Matter
Our past conditioning is an obstacle to holographic functioning of our mind (transpersonal or non-dual state of mind) which is the yoga(the state of union,alignment);
Deprogramming/deconditioning is bringing that boundless heart space into "life" -- allowing for it - creating stillness more and more.See in chapter 11 of Lao Tzu the use of koans to empty our mind
When we surrender we refresh/reload the page and we return inside
Verse 48: Tao Te Ching

Lao Tzu said:

"Indirect Knowledge is gained by daily increment(accumulation,addition,filling up),

Tao(Direct Knowledge) is gained by daily unlearning(decrement;emptying)" (chapter 48)

Lao Zi spune:

"Cunoasterea (mijlocita) este castigata prin acumulare (adaugare,crestere,umplere) zilnica

Tao(Cunoasterea nemijlocita) este realizat prin dezvatare(golire,scadere) zilnica" (capitolul 48)
Criss Angel Walks on Water
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Traducerea capitolului 48 din Tao Te Ching realizata de Dan Mirahorian
48.1. Urmand cunoasterea[mijlocita,indirecta] zi de zi se mareste ceva[sporesc, cresc cunoştinţele, grijile, dorinţele, căutarea, rătăcirea, agitaţia]*.
48.2. Urmand Tao (Calea cunoasterii directe) zi de zi se diminuează ceva [se uita ,se arunca , se sterge conditionarea, programarea, cunoştinţele, rătăcirea; agitaţia, neliniştea sufletească, grijile, dorinţele ataşarea; perturbaţiile; impurificarea]
48.3.Diminuează neintrerupt făptuirea [agitaţia; tulburarea inimii],
48.4.Până când ajungi la nonacţiune (Wu-Wei)
48.5.Prin nonacţiune(Wu-Wei) nu mai există nimic care să nu poată fi făcut [făptuit].
48.6.De aceea prin nefăptuire [nonacţiune (Wu-Wei)],
se câştigă [cucereşte;guvernează] universul [lumea;tot se se afla sub cer].
48.7.Iar cel ce făptuieşte [lupta,acţionează subiectiv]
48.8.Nu poate cuceri [controla,guverna] universul
[cine nu posedă vidul (calmul) este incapabil să se guverneze pe sine şi să controleze lumea -doar ce ce stăpâneşte axul roţii (pe sine) poate controla periferia (circumferinţa acesteia)]**.

Nota: Lao Tzu, în acord cu toate doctrinele mistice (hindusă, buddhistă, creştină), este partizanul cunoaşterii nemijlocite(in limba sanskrita:"prajna") sau al adevăratei cunoaşteri, dobândită prin experienţă directă interioară (cunoaşterea esenţială sau verticală). In opozitie cu aceasta cunoastere directa se afla cunoaşterea mijlocita de impulsuri ori semnale senzoriale (indirecta,orizontală;exterioară; in limba sanskrita:”jnana”) .Aceasta cunoastere este iluzorie fiindca realitatea secunda( o modelare a realitatii prin impulsuri mentale; in limba sanskrita:"vrittis") nu este insasi realitatea.In zen si taoism se spune ca „reflectia Lunii (simbol al Realitatii Imuabile) in apa linistita a unui lac(simbol al oglinzii sau ecranului mental) nu este insasi Luna”.Din aceasta cauza se cauta eliminarea fluctuatiilor mentale sau starea fara vrittis,starea in care se manifesta nonacţiunea (Wu-Wei) la nivel mental. Cunoasterea de mana a doua (cunoaşterea mijlocita de impulsuri ori semnale) este sursa ignorantei, neintelegerilor dintre oameni si a unor grave perturbaţii (individuale şi sociale), ce trebuie evitate; de aceea Iisus spunea; "fericiţi sunt cei săraci cu duhul căci ei vor intra în (a lor este) Împărăţia lui Dumnezeu" (Matei 5.10; 5.3 şi cu altă ocazie: "Tată, Doamne al Cerului şi al Pământului; Te laud pentru că ai ascuns aceste lucruri de cei înţelepţi şi pricepuţi, şi te-ai descoperit pruncilor" (Luca 10.21; Matei 11.25).

** În lipsa autocontrolului (calmului, stăpânirii de sine) în propiul organism şi în ţara guvernată de un astfel de suveran apar dezordini (fiziologice; psiho-afective; sociale).

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48. Translation of chapter 48 from Tao Te Ching by Dan Mirahorian

48.1.Act for knowledge (Indirect Knowledge) and there is daily increase(we accumulate experience,memories,desires,activities,agitation,wei).
48.2.Act for Tao (the Way of Direct Knowledge) and there is daily decrease (we unlearn, drop , diminish desires, memories, agitation, activities, wei).
48.3.Decrease, and again decrease[agitations,desires,conditioning,deeds,thoughts,actions,activities],
48.4.Till you reach Wu-Wei (Non-action;the state without activities).
48.5.By Wu-Wei (the state without activities, non-action) there is nothing that is not done(all miraculous powers are possible)
48.6.That is why one should be permanent in a state of Wu-Wei (beyond action) to govern the world
48.7.For those who fight to conquer the world (for those who still have ambitions;for those who act, in order to win it,),
48.8.The world is already beyond their conquest. (its out of their reach; results in failure)

Note:The indirect knowledge of ordinary science is something built up brick by brick.This is not the knowledge of the reality, but the knowledge of the reflection of the reality in the mirror of the mind. In Taoism and Zen, they say "the reflection of the Moon on the surface of a still lake , is not the Moon itself” …or "the finger pointing at the Moon is not the Moon itself". It is called Mediated or indirect or second-hand knowledge because this type of knowledge is mediated by the signals(impulses;activities;vrittis) from our senses; Direct knowledge (Perception) is rather something that gradually becomes visible like the clear sky and the sun emerges out when the clouds impulses;activities;Chinese:"wei"";Sanskrit:"vrittis") are not longer present.
The knowledge of Tao is something already present in us as a potential, something that arises from within. The knowledge of Truth is thus neither something laboriously constructed bottom-up out of loose elements, nor derived top-down out of some grand theory. Direct Knowledge can thus arise, just like a sudden insight, by itself when we remove the clouds(impulses;activities;Chinese:"wei"";Sanskrit:"vrittis") that stands in its way.That is why there is nothing that is not done when you arrive in the state of wu-wei.
Awareness of man's Original Divine Nature is like watching the reflection of the Moon on the surface of a still lake. Actually the Moon is not in the lake, but if clouds appear and cover the moon, people say that it has departed from the lake, yet it has gone nowhere. The Universal Soul is always present,always available to guide, but the clouds of the mind(wei,activities) create the phenomena of apparent separation.

see below other translations of chapter 48 /Sentence 1

Beck: The pursuit of learning is to increase day by day. The practice of the Way is to decrease day by day. Less and less is done until one reaches non-action.

Blackney:The student learns by daily increment. The Way is gained by daily loss, Loss upon loss until At last comes rest.

Bynner: A man anxious for knowledge adds more to himself every minute; A man acquiring life loses himself in it, Has less and less to bear in mind, Less and less to do,

Byrn :One who seeks knowledge learns something new every day. One who seeks the Tao unlearns something new every day.

Chan, Wing-tsit: The pursuit of learning is to increase day after day. The pursuit of Tao is to decrease day after day.

Cleary: For learning you gain daily; for the Way you lose daily.

Crowley: The scholar seeks daily increase of knowing; the sage of Dao, daily decrease of doing.

Gia-fu Feng and Jane English:

In the pursuit of learning, every day something is acquired.
In the pursuit of Tao, every day something is dropped.
Less and less is done
Until non-action is achieved.
When nothing is done, nothing is left undone.
The world is ruled by letting things take their course.
It cannot be ruled by interfering.

Tam Gibbs

In pursuing knowledge, one accumulates daily.
In practicing Tao, one loses daily.
Lose and lose and lose, until one reaches Non-action.
Non-action, yet there is nothing left undone.
To win the world one must not act for gain.
If one acts for gain, one will not be able to win the world


Robert G. Henricks

1. Those who work at their studies increase day after day;
2. Those who have heard the Dao decrease day after day.
3. They decrease and decrease, till they get to the point where they do nothing.
4. They do nothing and yet there's nothing left undone.
5. When someone wants to take control of the world, he must always be unconcerned with affairs.
6. For in a case where he's concerned with affairs,
7. He'll be unworthy, as well, of taking control of the world.

Hansen: In deem-acting on 'study' one daily increases. In deem-acting on 'the guide ' one daily decreases.

LaFargue: "Doing Learning, one profits everyday." Doing Tao, one suffers a loss everyday -

Legge: He who devotes himself to learning from day to day increase (his knowledge); he who devotes himself to the Tao from day to day diminish (his doing).

D.C. Lau translation (Penguin Books, 1963)

In the pursuit of learning one knows more every day;
In the pursuit of the way one does less every day.
One does less and less until one does nothing at all, and when one does nothing at all there is nothing that is undone.
It is always through not meddling that the empire is won.
Should you meddle, then you are not equal to the task of winning the empire.

Lindauer: Act academic, daily gain Act tao, daily lose. Losing, again lose

Yutang, Lin. The Wisdom of Laotse. New York: Random House, 1948:

The student of knowledge (aims at) learning day by day; The student of Tao (aims at) losing day by day. By continual losing One reaches doing nothing (laissez-faire).

Mabry: To pursue learning is to grow a little more every day. To pursue the Tao is to desire a little less every day.

McDonald: The student of knowledge goes into learning a little day by day; The student of dao reduces his assets by dwindling or losing a bit each day. Learning consists in adding daily to one's stock, and the practice of dao consists in loose dwindling day by day. It could be subtracting till one has reached inactivity. By steady reductions [of certain sorts] you reach certain sorts of laissez-faire.

Merel: The follower of knowledge learns as much as he can every day; The follower of the Way forgets as much as he can every day.

Mitchell: In pursuit of knowledge, every day something is added. In the practice of the Tao, every day something is dropped.

Muller: In studying, each day something is gained. In following the Tao, each day something is lost.

Red Pine: Those who seek learning gain every day those who seek the Way lose every day

Ta-Kao,Ch'u , 1904: He who pursues learning will increase every day; He who pursues Tao will decrease every day.

Walker :In the pursuit of learning, every day something is added. In the pursuit of Tao, every day something is dropped.

Wieger, Léon 1913 in French - English translation by Derek Bryce, 1999:

"Par l’étude, on multiplie chaque jour (dans sa mémoire les notions particulières inutiles et nuisi­bles) ; par la concentration sur le Principe, on les diminue chaque jour. Poussée jusqu’au bout, cette diminution aboutit au non-agir, (suite de l’absence de notions particulières).
Or il n’est rien, dont le non-agir (le laisser aller), ne vienne à bout.
C’est en n’agissant pas, qu’on gagne l’empire. Agir pour le gagner, fait qu’on ne l’obtient pas".

48.1 By studying, every day one increases (useless and injurious particular notions, in one's memory); by concentrating on the Principle, they are diminished every day.
48.2 Pushed to the limit, this diminution ends in non-action, (the consequence of the absence of particular ideas). Now there is nothing that non-action (letting things go) cannot sort out. It is through non-action that one wins the empire.
48.3 To act, in order to win it, results in failure.

Wing, R.L. , 1986

To pursue the academic, add to it daily.
To pursue the Tao, subtract from it daily.
Subtract and subtract again,
To arrive at nonaction.
Through nonaction nothing is left undone.
The world is always held wtihout effort.
The moment there is effort,
The world is beyond holding.

Wu, John C.H.(Ching-Hsiung) Lao Tzu. Tao Teh King. New York: St. John’s Univ. Pr., 1961, 1990:

"48.1 Learning consists in daily accumulating; The practice of Tao consists in daily diminishing.
48.2 Keep on diminishing and diminishing, Until you reach the state of Non-Ado. Non-Ado, And yet nothing is left undone.
48.3 To win the world, one must renounce all. If one still has private ends to serve, One will never be able to win the world. ".


Liou Kia-hway Tao-tö King de Lao-tseu , Gallimard, 1969

En s'adonnant à l'étude, on s'accroît chaque jour.
En se consacrant à la voie, on diminue chaque jour.
Et l'on continue de diminuer jusqu'au jour où l'on cesse d'agir.
N'agissant plus, il n'est rien, désormais, qu'on ne puisse accomplir.
La conduite du royaume revient à qui demeure au-dessus de l'action.
Celui qui lutte pour gagner le royaume ne l'obtient jamais.

Duyvendak-Tao Te Ching The Book of the Way and Its Virtue translated from the Chinese and Annotated by J.J.L. Duyvendak. 1954. John Murray. London
"Practice learning and there is daily increase.
Practice the Way and there is daily decrease.
Decrease, and again decrease, till it reaches non-action.
By doing nothing there is nothing that is not done"

"Celui qui poursuit l’étude augmente chaque jour.
Celui qui pratique la Voie diminue chaque jour.
En diminuant de plus en plus, on arrive au Non-agir.
En n’agissant pas, il n’y a rien qui ne se fasse".

Tienzen (Jeh-Tween) Gong version:

"In the pursuit of learning, every day something is acquired.
In the pursuit of Tao, every day something is dropped.
More and more dropped, until Wu-Wei is achieved.
With Wu-Wei, nothing is left undone.
The world always takes its own course.
If not, it cannot rule the world".

Ren Jiyu-A Taoist Classic The Book of Laozi by Ren Jiyu (translated by He Guanghu, Gao Shining, Song Lidao and Xu Junyao). Foreign Languages Press. Beijing. 1993.
"The pursuit of learning is to increase (knowledge) day after day.
The pursuit of Tao is to decrease (knowledge) day after day.
Decreasing and decreasing again, till one has reached nonaction (wu-wei).
Nonaction and yet there is nothing that is not done by it.
To govern all under Heaven one usually should not take any arbitrary action.
If one tends to do anything arbitrarily,
One is not qualified to govern all under Heaven"

Ma Kou,Chinese - French 1984

Dans l’étude poursuivie
On apprend de plus en plus
Chaque jour.
A la poursuite de la voie,
On s’appauvrit chaque jour
De plus en plus,
Jusqu’à ce que rien
Ne demeure inachevé.
L’empire se donne toujours
A celui qui est au-dessus de l’agitation.
Celui qui s’affaire dans l’agitation
Demeure incapable de l’obtenir.

Stanislas Julien, 1842

Celui qui se livre à l'étude augmente chaque jour (ses connaissances).
Celui qui se livre au Tao diminue chaque jours (ses passions).
Il les diminue et les diminue sans cesse jusqu'à ce qu'il soit arrivé au non-agir.
Dès qu'il pratique le non-agir, il n'y a rien qui lui soit impossible.
C'est toujours par le non-agir que l'on devient le maître de l'empire.
Celui qui aime à agir est incapable de devenir le maître de l'empire

D.T. Suzuki & Paul Carus, 1913

He who seeks learnedness will daily increase. He who seeks Reason will daily diminish. He will diminish and continue to diminish until he arrives at non-assertion.
With non-assertion there is nothing that he cannot achieve. When he takes the empire, it is always because he uses no diplomacy. He who uses diplomacy is not fit to take the empire.

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Spargerea tiparelor-Descoperiti starea de repaus

Breaking the Cultural Trance – Discover Stillness
Spargerea tiparelor-Descoperiti starea de repaus

Some insight into the quotation “To the mind that is still the whole universe surrenders” (Lao Tzu , Buddha, Chuang Tzu)
Know that deep inside, you have immense power that can, and will, change the world. You are the change..
By stilling the mind (activities or wei;realizing wu-wei) you allow the holographic universe to work,to flow and manifest through you.This give birth to direct vision and action- namely to supernormal or divine powers(siddhis). “Therefore the Master can act without doing anything and teach without saying a word.( Lao Tzu 2)
"The Tao of the saint is work(action) without effort(action)" (Lao Tzu 8). .Wu-wei is not inaction or non-action but a return to the simplicity of formless substance(37). "Empty yourself of everything.Let the mind rest at peace". (Lao Tzu 16)
The same strategy of stilling the mind is described in Patanjali’s Aphorisms (Yoga Sutra ) in the second sutra of the first chapter ( Samadhi Pada) in which yoga is defined as a stilling or calming of the activities or impulses (vrittis) in the mind (yoga chitta vritti nirodha).Yoga(the unified state beyond the duality of subject-object;the holographic state) [is realised by ]nirodha[stilling;cessation]of the vrittis (activities,fluctuations,
modifications,impulses, the thought forms,workings) of the mind (chitta)
When you are surrendering to the universe(Ishvara pranidhana), the universe is surrendering to you
Cateva clarificari legate de afirmatia :“pentru mintea care e nemiscata intreg universul se preda”. (Lao Tzu , Buddha, Chuang Tzu).Descopera ca in profunzimea fiintei tale se afla punctul fix,axul universului care iti confera puterea imensa de a schimba lumea.Tu esti schimbarea..
Prin calmarea mintii (care este un proces,un trafic de impulsuri,valuri,activitati) trebuie sa intelegem stingerea,oprirea sau golirea (vidarea) mintii de valuri sau de activitati(in lb. chineza:wei;adica sa realizam starea de repaus,de completa relaxare,starea vidata de activitati:in lb. chineza: wu-wei) ceea ce permite universului holografic sa actioneze, sa curga si sa se manifeste prin noi(asta conduce la revenirea la armonie,vindecare).Atunci apare vederea nemijlocita a realitatii (dispare dualitatea subiect obiect si se instaleaza functionarea holografica).Din acest moment incep sa se manifeste puterile supranormale sau capacitatile nemijlocite ori divine(siddhis) de cunoastere si de actiune(universul se preda sau devine plastic).
Intalnim aceeasi strategie a stingerii activitatilor mentale in Aforismele Yoga ale lui Patanjali descrisa in a doua sutra din prima carte(Samadhi Pada).Yoga (starea unificata;in care dispare dualitatea subiect obiect; in care se manifesta functionarea holografica) se realizeaza prin nirodha [ oprire,punere in repaus,calmare, stingere,racire,golire,vidare] de vrittis (agitatie,vartejuri;impulsuri;fluctuatii;valuri;modificari ,oscilatii,gandurile;emotii) din chitta (minte); Atunci cand ne predam universului(Ishvara pranidhana), universul ni se preda.
Mai jos sunt citate care subliniaza cunoasterea aceleiasi strategii a linistirii mintii pt. cunoasterea scanteii divine si a luminii necreate :Iisus(Matei 23:24-26),David( Psalms 46:10), Upanishade..
Textul in limba romana pt Lao Tzu si Patanjali se afla in cartii publicate de Dan Mirahorian care pot fi solicitate autorului la adresa:danmirahorian@yahoo.com
However, a quiet mind is imperative. Saints and sages have long recognized and cherished the value of the quiet mind. From Taoism we learn, "To the mind that is still the whole Universe surrenders."
David, the Psalmist, alluded to the quiet mind as "the secret place of the most high." We discover the truth that sets us free by being still and retreating to the "secret place of the most high."
Jesus said, "Cleanse first that which is within the cup and platter that the outside of them may be clean also" (Matthew 23:24-26).
James, brother of Jesus and author of "The Letter of James," said, "Purify your hearts, ye double minded." Jeremiah said, "Wash thine heart from wickedness that thou mayest be saved." "Washing our heart from wickedness" is the same thing as purifying our heart … the same thing as "cleaning the inside of the cup and the platter."
When our heart is pure, we know ourselves. Otherwise, we are under the guidance of the false ego-self that always wants to appear special and important and always brings mental turmoil and suffering.
When we know ourselves, we have peace, joy and happiness. We discover our true self — we purify our heart — by being still and communing — and understanding — with our heart. There is no other way!
Lao Tzu:"Stop thinking, and end your problems."
Lao Tzu:"To die and not be lost, is the real blessing of a long life."
Everything written on these pages can be summarized in one admonition found in
Psalms 46:10: "Be still and know that I am God".
Or, following a continuous thread of truth through cultures and time, we read from the Taoist, Lao Zi (Lao Tzu ) and Chuang Tzu (Zhuang Zi): "To a mind that is still the whole universe surrenders".
Isa Upanishad –“ The Spirit, without moving, is swifter than the mind; the senses cannot reach him : He is ever beyond them. Standing still, he overtakes those who run. To the ocean of his being, the spirit of life leads the streams of action”.
Katha Upanishad -VI – “When the five senses and the mind are still, (during meditation) and reason itself rests in silence, then begins the Path supreme”
Textul in limba romana se afla in cartea publicata de Dan Mirahorian care poate fi solicitata autorului la adresa:danmirahorian@yahoo.com
"To a mind that is still the whole universe surrenders."
The one whose mind is fixed, and he rules over the whole world”.
( Chuang Tzu XIII 13. The Way of Heaven)
“If you can empty your mind of all thoughts your heart will embrace the tranquillity of peace(Lao Tzu 16)
The saint Person is always a man without a mind of his own he is at one with all of the universe (Lao Tzu 49)
The Master's mind is shut off from the world(Lao Tzu 49)
“Cold overcomes heat. Tranquility conquers agitation. Purity and stillness Will rectify the world.(Lao Tzu 45)
By practicing "not doing," nothing will remain undone(Lao Tzu 3)
When you practice "not-doing," nothing is left undone.( Lao Tzu 48)
Do without "doing."and nothing is undone.( Lao Tzu 63)
No thought, no action, no movement, total stillness: only thus can
one manifest the true nature and law of things from within and unconsciously, and at last become one with Heaven and Earth.( Lao Tzu)





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