By: Enck Kanaj
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Have you educated yourself by seeking all the knowledge of the world, yet continue to feel restless? Have you accomplished what you have sought to achieve, yet remain unhappy? When will you find the end of that which you seek? If you feel restless, you have removed yourself far away from reality.
Knowledge, philosophy, doctrines, and dogmas are the enemies of truth. They give you a distorted and disconnected sense of reality. They make you ungrounded, whereas reality is naked, here and now.
Are you obsessed with activity? If so, you will learn to be more passive and receptive. Only then, when you become passive and receptive, will reality show you its real face.
Are you a conformist who has not yet found individual freedom? If so, than by embodying the qualities of ignorance, pathlessness, characterlessness, spontaneity, and inactivity, as explained in this book, you will naturally achieve more than ever before. These are the qualities that are necessary for you to reconnect with real life and reality. These qualities will put you in tune with the wholeness that will act through you. When you are ignorant, pathless, characterless, spontaneous, and inactive, you become centered, grounded, and purposeful inside. You dance with the universe and find happiness. In order to attain freedom and happiness, however, you must unlearn what you have already learned.
What is the nature of knowledge? If you conceptualize knowledge as being purely a matter of more information or as the accumulation of information in your head, then it is better for you to remain ignorant. Such ignorance is not the barrier to truth. Knowledge itself is the barrier to truth. Knowledge is the barrier to happiness and to connecting with the intelligence of nature, where there is only direct knowingness.
You may have a great deal of knowledge and yet still not know what knowingness is. Your knowledge may be increasing every day, yet you can remain unhappy because you must first know yourself. All knowledge is useless unless you know yourself and what knowingness is. Knowledge is artificial, while knowingness is alive. Knowing describes a state in which your intelligence merges with the intelligence of nature. Knowing is when the knower and the known become one. Artificial knowledge divides you from oneness. Knowledge, which is usually a collection of the experiences of others, distracts you from oneness. You experience or see reality through the eyes of others who have offered to share that knowledge.
Real knowledge comes when you merge and connect directly with reality with a no-mind presence. However, without knowing yourself you cannot connect to knowingness. The knowing comes from within. When you know yourself and let yourself be as you are, then you become crystal clear, allowing the light of knowing to enter you. Knowledge comes from the outside, whereas knowing is inside, as you enter the oneness by knowing. Knowledge is learned from others, while knowing is yours.
The stronger the ego is, the more knowledge is acquired, as that knowledge is used to justify your false self and save your unconsciousness, thereby producing more unhappiness. Without knowing yourself, you cannot know reality. If you are afraid to face your true self, then your ego will distort the perception of outside reality in such a way as to satisfy your false self. When the ego is dropped, the self is known, and you become a crystal-clear mirror that reflects outer reality as it is.
You may have graduated from the best university and may have earned a PhD, or you may have read all of the books in the world and may have collected a great deal of knowledge, and you may still remain ignorant of yourself. By learning, you become familiar with the experiences of others, whereas you get to know yourself by unlearning. By learning, you expand your knowledge, but by unlearning, you become a knower of yourself, which is the gate to oneness. By unlearning, you will discover your emptiness, which is necessary to allow the knowing to enter it. The more knowledge you have, the more difficult it is for you to merge with nature or the universe or oneness. Life and truth are one. Life and truth are existential; they cannot be understood through knowledge. They can only be experienced.
Educated people have the curtain of knowledge hanging before their eyes. They may understand the books that they read, but they lack an understanding of real life. They look at life through the lens of knowledge and never experience it directly. They never merge with the universal energy to dance with it. In order to be happy and merge with the intelligence of nature, we have to unlearn all that we have learned as a result of societal programming. In order to be happy, we must become children again. Education and knowledge make us clever but not intelligent. Education teaches us division but not wholeness. Education teaches us to understand the wholeness through its parts. The parts, however, can only be understood through the wholeness due to the oneness of life and the universe. Through education, we look at the part but not at the whole. Education and knowledge distract us from oneness and the intelligence of nature.
People without much knowledge of life are happier. They are not worried about diets, beauty, clothes, science, or health because they are in tune with the intelligence of nature; they are in tune with the wholeness; they are immersed in oneness. When we are in tune with nature, then beauty and health are by-products. We do not need to seek what is inherent. Seeking only destroys our connection with the universe. All is here and now, and nothing is needed to merge with nature or the universe.
Living without much knowledge requires trust in life. Look at the trees, the animals, the rivers, the sky, and how all of nature is alive and evolving without knowledge. Everything in nature is connected to the oneness, functioning in unity, without division. We humans trust concepts, ideologies, and philosophies rather than life, perhaps creating them in order to hide our true nature. We created ideologies and philosophies because we fear our true nature, whether it is good or bad. Life needed neither ideology nor science to evolve and flourish on Earth. Trees and animals did not need science to evolve and grow.
Ignorance is not the barrier to truth. Knowledge is the barrier. Knowledge is a lens between us and the truth. The truth is naked, here and now. The truth can only be experienced with a no-mind attitude.
I am not against knowledge and science as long as they function as a part of our awareness. Science, intellect, and knowledge are only part of the wholeness. There is nothing wrong with them if they are recognized as parts of the wholeness. The danger arises when we pretend that they are the wholeness. For instance, intellect without intuition is not enough to live a happy life. Intuition is more wholeness-oriented and intellect is part-oriented. For example, when you go to a doctor about a health problem, the doctor tries to fit your problem into the framework of his knowledge and his experiences. He will provide a prescription based on his experience, which is only a part of the wholeness. Another doctor may give you an entirely different prescription based on his own experiences, which are other parts of the wholeness. Both doctors will fit you as a whole into the part. Moreover, they may treat you only on a physical level, despite the fact that humans are more than mere physical beings. Different individuals suffering from the same disease may need different treatments, as the cause of the same disease in different individuals may differ. In the East, ancient physicians used to treat people in a more wholeness-oriented manner by addressing the needs of both their physical bodies and souls. That is why you may, at times, diagnose yourself better than a doctor can.
Philosophies, dogmas, and theories simply distract you from the wholeness. They condition you to look at the part without understanding the whole. I like ancient Taoism, especially the Taoism of Lao Tzu (before Taoism was mixed with and influenced by Indian Buddhism), which does not depend on ideologies and beliefs and disciplines. The Taoism of Lao Tzu is all about dropping all belief systems, all disciplines. It is simply about connecting to the wholeness. All of the different parts of the universe are connected due to quantum interconnectedness, resulting in wholeness. No beliefs are needed, no ideologies, no philosophies are required. What is needed is to be in tune with and to connect with the wholeness, to dance with the wholeness. It is clear that when you drop all beliefs, ideologies, and philosophies, you automatically connect with the wholeness
The Taoism of Lao Tzu is not a belief system; rather, it is simply emptiness. Lao Tzu teaches about the emptiness that can be filled with infinite creative forms of life. When you are empty, you connect to the wholeness, to infinite experiences; when you are empty-minded, you are in contact with life. When you are empty, there is no barrier. Beliefs, ideologies, and philosophies cannot help you understand life. Life simply is; it is existential. No knowledge is required in order to understand life. Knowingness comes from experiencing life directly.
Do you find yourself obsessed with acquiring more and more knowledge? Do you feel more important when you gain more knowledge? If so, then it is the ego that is obsessed with accumulating more knowledge. Your ego strengthens itself through knowledge. You feel superior to those individuals who do not have this knowledge. However, the more knowledge that you acquire, the more you have to keep digging for knowledge and the unhappier you feel. This vicious circle only leads to greater unhappiness.
However, do not fight the habit of gaining more knowledge. Never fight with any habit because doing so will only cause the habits to grow stronger. Just be more observant about this habit. Observe the games that your ego plays. Simply remain aware and alert.
Whenever you start showing your knowledge to others, observe why you are doing so. What are the deeper motives? Perhaps deep within your unconsciousness, you are inferior, and this unconscious inferiority prompts you to acquire knowledge endlessly and to feel superior to those individuals who do not have a great deal of knowledge. Be aware of this ego game, which tries to keep you unconscious. Simply be aware, but do not repress it, do not fight it. This ego trick will disappear on its own.
Nothing is needed in order to be happy and loved. No knowledge is required. You simply need to be yourself. When the ego drops from the mind, the obsession with knowledge disappears. You may not have more information, but if you come in contact with nature, wholeness, naked reality, and knowingness will come through intuition.
Schools, colleges, and universities only teach people by presenting them with knowledge or raw information and thus destroying their capability for knowingness. All of these institutions must be reformed. The most important thing is to teach people to know themselves. One cannot know the world without knowing oneself. Without knowing oneself, one is blind and only sees what the ego wants one to see, what satisfies the ego itself.
For instance, everyday life shows us that most people hear what they want to hear and that people often misunderstand one another when speaking in conversation. Such misunderstandings arise because individuals distort the meaning of words coming from the other, as both persons in the conversion are mostly in their minds and are not present and alert to what the other party is saying. You can understand the other totally when you become a whole with the other; when there are no boundaries; when you understand the oneness; when you have no more prejudices.
Let us turn again to ancient Taoism, the father of whom is thought to be Lao Tzu. To clarify further, the Taoism of Lao Tzu existed before qigong, tai chi, and yoga practices were imported from India. There is no discipline in the Taoism of Lao Tzu (before Taoism began mixing with Indian Buddhism). This Taoism came into being before the Bodhidharma came to ancient China from India. According to a Chinese legend, it was the Bodhidharma who began physical training. The diffusion of martial arts from India to China involved the prince-turned-monk called Bodhidharma, who is said to have traveled to Shaolin to share his Chuan style, creating Shaolinquan in the process.
There is no discipline in the Taoism of Lao Tzu. The way of the Tao is not Yoga, not Qigong. I agree that if you find yourself in unnatural conditions, such as working 8 hours on a computer screen, you may need to do some Yoga or Qigong exercises in order to compensate for the discipline of remaining 8 hours on a computer with another discipline. But if you are in a natural state (I do not mean living in a forest), a physical discipline is not needed, nor is any other type of discipline.
The Tao is the natural way to wholeness and the pathless path. It is a path without a defined path. It the quality of freedom, chaos, no-discipline. According to the way of the Tao (the natural way, being in tune with the wholeness, the pathless way), if you impose discipline on yourself, you will be a slave. The discipline must arise spontaneously from your awareness, from within. When you impose a discipline upon yourself, you remain uncentered within. When you are centered within, you appear to be spontaneous and disordered from the outside, or pathless.
Let us clarify the “being in tune with the whole” with “having no discipline”: Being in tune with the whole means going with the flow without discipline. The pathless path is like the path of a bird flying in a large flock. In flocking, there is no central control; each bird behaves autonomously and has a maximum freedom. In other words, each bird must decide for itself which sub-flocks to consider as its environment. However, the mass of birds is moving as one, as each bird is in tune with the entire flock.
All of the disciplines distract you from the real way. When you have no way, you are on the way. When you are pathless from outside, you are on the way inside. According to the Taoism of Lao Tzu, you must drop all ways in order to be on the way. In fact, ultimately, there is no way to find yourself. It is just there inside of you. You have to drop all of the ways in order to see clearly.
From quantum physics, we know that the whole universe is an ocean of energy in which everything is interconnected. The universe is a flowing energy that flows on forever. Thus, the universe in not interested in having blocked energy in any part of itself. It works to unblock its energy flow in every part of itself, including us humans. Thus, others in your life revolve around you in such a way as to help you evolve or flow as energy on the ocean of oneness. People around you behave in such a way as to help you become conscious, to make your unconscious conscious. You simply have to let go, to be pathless because that seemingly pathless way has a purpose and is nature’s way of making you evolve and flow together with the wholeness.
In the Taoism of Lao Tzu, the whole is more important than the part. When the part exists in tune with the whole, then there is harmony, and every part benefits. When the part exists on its own, this harmony is replaced by conflict. When you alone are not in tune with the whole, you face a great many troubles. But, if every part is not in tune with the whole, then neither the whole nor the part can exist.
Let’s use the term characterlessness to refer to a state in which no discipline is communicated. The real character emerges spontaneously from within by respecting your individual freedom and by being in tune with the whole, much like the bird’s path in the large flock. The inner character cannot be imposed by outer conditions alone (such as societal programming). The inner character is more like characterlessness than a fixed character. The outer fixed character fulfils only the outer conditions and requirements but not your freedom. To have only an outer fixed character is to be a conformist with no individual freedom. The individual should be in tune with the whole but should not be a conformist. Being in tune with the whole and being a conformist are two entirely different ways of living. When you are in tune with the whole, you are still rebellious and have spontaneity, individuality, freedom. But when you are a conformist, you believe in a fixed character, morality, culture, education, but you have no individual freedoms. You have to break the morals, rules, and your character in order to achieve freedom and be in tune with the whole.
From outside, you seem characterless when you are connected to your inner nature, which is certainly connected to the wholeness or to the universe. But inside, you have the character of flowing with the wholeness, a character that respects the evolution of the whole and does not take care of the part.
It is impossible to defeat a characterless person with no will. How can we defeat someone who does not wish to win? We cannot defeat him/her because he/she goes with the flow of nature, with the power of universe. How can we defeat an individual who chooses the path of surrender to the universal energy flow? Why should we have to struggle so hard when in the end, we will ultimately surrender to the universal energy flow? The path of surrender is the wisest way because it is the path of least resistance. The characterless person understands the path of surrender to the natural flow.
You have been taught that to have morals and character brings the respect of others. You have been forced into a box in order to maintain others’ respect. In this trap, you are distracted from your inner nature. You are forced not to be yourself because otherwise you risk losing others’ respect for you and your ego not being satisfied.
You become a false self, and you become a mask. And the more you fight to maintain the respect of others, the unhappier you become. This continues until you lose your desire for respect. The whole beauty of natural living is counterintuitive, that is to say, when you do not need respect anymore, when you no longer fight for others’ respect, you will be respected even more.
Lao Tzu teaches of the need for characterlessness, freedom, and being in harmony with the wholeness by simply following the natural flow of life. The outer character is imposed on you by society and authority figures. Lao Tzu teaches that there is an inner character that is not imposed by society or forced on us from the outside, but that instead arises from inner awareness. The inner character does not stem from a particular discipline.
A person of character is never happy. He/she does not know what freedom is. A person with character is never spontaneous. Spontaneity comes from allowing universal energy to act through you. A person of character must adhere to this character, which serves as a map but he/she cannot touch and taste the beauty of territory that is alive. A person of character is not here and now; he/she is in the particular mind frame of this character. A person of character is predictable. A characterless person is unpredictable. You cannot control a characterless person. You cannot push his/her buttons. In contrast, a person of character follows a set program. He/she can be used to certain ends if you are familiar with or can read his/her character. A characterless person is fluid, like water, which takes on the form of the bottle. A person of character is rigid. A person of character fits life into his/her character or the wholeness into the part. The characterless person leaves his/her life to the universe, to the wholeness. He/she surrenders and lets the wholeness manifest itself through his/her life.
The man of character has chosen one pole of duality and is either a man of good character or a man of bad character. In contrast, the characterless man is not confined to being a man of either good or bad character. Sometimes the characterless man is immoral, and sometimes he is moral. What is moral and immoral is defined by culture, but the characterless man is a man of nature and is only interested in the evolution of both himself and the wholeness. A characterless person has intrinsic qualities that are not imposed from outside influences.
Happiness arises when you become spontaneous again, like a child. The teaching of Lao Tzu is to become like a child again. It involves undoing all of the learning that society has imposed on you by returning to your childish nature and regaining your freedom. It entails going beyond the structure of society, discipline, with a no-mind attitude. It requires you to have no beliefs and no ideals and to forget the future. All is simply the present moment. Enjoy what you have in this present moment of life without projecting any desire into the future. Do not plan any sort of future. Counter intuitively, the future will be more abundant when you surrender to the power of nature, which acts through you. It is enough to say that all life on earth evolved as a result of the spontaneous nature of universe. It did not need science, plans, or books. Life emerged before our rational minds existed.
Life and the universe care about you and aim to develop you because there is oneness. Life and the universe are not interested in you being blocked. All that they are interested in is every part flowing with the whole. Spontaneity seems unrelated to the rational mind, but it is a by-product of being connected to both the wholeness and the inner self. There is no complexity in understanding spontaneity; it is simple and merely involves going with the river wherever it leads. The water of the river may seem spontaneous, but it ultimately goes to the ocean. The water of the river does not resist against the rocks because the only aim of the rocks is to lead the water to the ocean. In the same way, a spontaneous person does not resist the obstacles in life, as each of them aims to lead the person to him/herself, the inner self, true self.
The natural way of living or the way of the Tao is non-methodological, non-technical, non-disciplined in every aspect of life. The natural way means spontaneity. There is no technique. You cannot practice it. Whenever you practice it, you miss it. Tao consists only of letting go. For instance, Tao is neither yoga nor Qigong; it is simply spontaneity. Whatever the technique is, it only prioritizes the part, not the whole. Any technique performed on the body benefits only the part rather than the whole body. Only your spontaneity in moving, dancing, and the like will benefit the whole body. The whole body cannot benefit from any technique. Wherever your energy moves in your body, allow your energy to move wherever it does in your body; do not redirect it.
Nevertheless, I still agree that some Qigong techniques may be helpful to compensate for the fact that modern life does not allow spontaneity in movement, such as when we are forced to remain before a computer while working.
The way of the Tao is to go spontaneously, with no technique and no beliefs and a no-mind attitude. Any technique is used to improve and is a by-product of the ego. The ego needs endless improvement. Any improvement emerging from the ego’s desires to be better than others disconnects you from the wholeness. No technique can benefit the whole; only the part can benefit from it. Only spontaneity emerging from within will benefit the whole.
The more you have, the less happy you are, because your ego becomes stronger. Happiness is natural; nothing needs to be done to be happy. When you are in tune with the whole, you are happy. When you are harmonious with the whole, you are happy. There is nothing to seek in order to be happy. Unhappiness comes from seeking itself.
You simply have to be in order to be happy. To know (which is different from gaining knowledge) this reality, you must first be inactive because whenever you are acting, you are distorting reality around you, leading you to incorrect perceptions. Whenever you are acting, you cloud the water and cannot clearly see reality; what you do see is a cloud that you created yourself. When you are passive, reality shows you its own true nature; you see clearly what reality is. Allow the water to clear through passivity and then act accordingly. Engage in more inaction than action.
The Taoist word wu wei means action through inaction. In other words, do, but don’t be the doer. Act, but let the Tao or wholeness act through you. When you act, chances are that you may go against the natural flow. We are not advocating doing nothing. Inactivity is good, but if there is no activity in it, you become lethargic. The Tao is the wholeness in which both activity and inactivity create the whole. Let the Tao or nature accomplish more for you.
The idea behind being a non-doer is to let nature do for you. Nature is the doer.
Be passive. Your life is going where it needs to go. Do not interfere. The water of the river is flowing towards the ocean. Wherever you may direct the river, it will ultimately end up in the same ocean. You evolve when you do not interfere in your life because the whole of your life proceeds in such a way that it takes care of your evolution. Just let go. The universe is concerned about and takes care of you because there is only one ocean of energy, because there is oneness.
No ideal, no ideology, no beliefs are needed to evolve and to emerge with the oneness. Life is one. The pathless path is the way towards the oneness.
According to the Taoism of Lao Tzu, there cannot be a better world than this. There is no need for improvement. Do not try to improve the world. You do not have to improve yourself. You are better as you are. In fact, you cannot even change or improve yourself. All attempts to improve yourself are futile.
The desire to change the world, the desire to help others, the desire to do good to others is violence to the wholeness. There should be no desire. One particularly attractive component of the way of the Tao is that when you do not desire to help others, they are helped by the wholeness acting through you. Real help does not stem from keeping others attached to you or for promoting their need for you. Really helping others involves helping them find their own way so that they no longer need the helper.
You do not have to desire to be good in order to impress others. When you do not desire to impress the others, they are impressed. So do not try to be good, impressive, virtuous; instead, just be whoever you are. The Tao implies non-interference with reality. Leave things as they are. They cannot be changed; they cannot be better than they are. Change comes only when you are not interested in change, when you are not interested in improving yourself. In this way, you connect to the wholeness, which evolves life better than one can imagine. Doing nothing allows the wholeness to do things for you.
If you could live through and compare one hundred of your lives with one another, the life lived in accordance with the way of the Tao would clearly be discerned as the most abundant, optimized, successful, and happy life when compared to your other lives.
Buddha searched for enlightenment for many years. He tried fasting and meditation, and did yoga and everything that was traditional at that time. He tried all. He worked with many different masters and was such a great seeker that all of his masters became interested in him. But after six years of struggle, he came to the understanding one day that nothing is needed in order to become enlightened. He understood that his whole search was futile. This was not a source of frustration to him, but rather the greatest truth of life. He sat under the tree and forgot all of his struggles and became aware that nothing is needed than simply to be here and now. That night, he became enlightened. He understood that life is beautiful when he stopped seeking.
Seeking is the only barrier to truth and knowingness. Nobody can become great by seeking.
Your greatness is your own being and cannot be sought. But in order to become a non-seeker, one must first be a seeker. As we said, even Buddha had to seek and suffer until he arrived at the non-seeking state. Do not fight seeking. Seek with even greater intensity but now with awareness as well. Awareness will make you a non-seeker.
All spiritual powers, such as mind reading, clairvoyance, telepathy, and psychokinesis, are by-products of the ego. They are ego-driven seeking. The material is no less spiritual. The spiritual is no higher than the material, and the material is no higher than the spiritual as well. Life is one. Material and spiritual are one.
I am not a Taoist. It is not my own experience. I only understand it intellectually. I simply borrow knowledge. I believe in the philosophy of the Tao, but it is not a philosophy to be believed in. It has to be lived. The true Taoists were ordinary persons. It was difficult to find one of them. They did not want to be famous. They were not even interested in writing a book. Had they wanted to write a book, it would have been full of blank pages. That is what they taught— emptiness, the emptiness that is not nothingness but pure potentiality, the unborn or undifferentiated; it is infinite, unlimited, and boundless or limitless. Lao Tzu was quiet his entire life until he was forced to write about his experiences. The guards at the boundary of ancient China, by order of their emperor, would not allow him to pass without writing a book.
However, the first sentence that he wrote in the Tao Te Ching reads as follows: The Tao that can be said is not the real Tao. The Tao that can be expressed is false.
Meditation is the key to the world of the Tao (the wholeness, the natural way, the pathless way). Meditating without techniques, without discipline, simply meditating on nature, on yourself.
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