Zen and Advaita Vedanta: Bodhidharma , Adi Shankaracharya and Ramana Maharshi

When I read the "Tao Te Ching" translation by James Legge I wasn't quite convinced by the translation. Even though I never read the book before it felt like the meaning was not accurately delivered by the translation. I think that's what they call "Lost in Translation" I wish I knew how to read Chinese, … Continue reading Zen and Advaita Vedanta: Bodhidharma , Adi Shankaracharya and Ramana Maharshi

Tao Te Ching / Daodejing / Mandukhya / non-duality

The master calls the laws of nature as "The Way" (Tao) and says when you follow the nature's way of letting things happen (not doing, but letting) then you'll develop the virtue (De) that leads you to oneness with everything around you, things that can be seen, felt, heard and those beyond the senses.. living and non-living..