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Day 197: Tao Te Ching to Self Freedom: Belief and Timelessness

This blog is an expansion of the previous post: Day 196: Questions to Awaken you to the Path of Enlightenment
“To know that you do not know is the best.
To pretend to know when you do not know is a disease.” ― Lao Tzu

Insightful words from Lao Tzu, from about 2500 years ago. Wow that's a long time isn't it? Two thousand five hundred years.

I mean, 500 years ago from today it was the 1500s - the time of Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo.

Now, go back another FOUR times 500 years, and we come to the time of Lao Tzu.

Strange because when you look at his words -- to pretend you know when you do not know is a disease -- what is he saying?
He's actually clearly stating that: any form of Beliefs are a Disease - which would mean any form of Opinion where you do not actually Know / Understand / See something, anything where you're placing for example your Trust, and Faith into a point of for insta…

Day 196: Questions to Awaken you to the Path of Enlightenment

An expansion on the insights of Lao Tzu can be read here:
Day 197: Controversial Tao Te Ching - Secrets of Belief and Timelessness

Read the Spiritualist Journey to Life series:

“The truth is not always beautiful, nor beautiful words the truth.”  ― Lao TzuTao Te Ching “To know that you do not know is the best.
To pretend to know when you do not know is a disease.”
Lao Tzu
I can see myself as one with all beings in the Universe and Feel my Connection with the All...
But why don't I Feel the Pain of every suffering being in the Universe?

I can explore the Universe and Communicate with Angels and Extraterrestrial Beings...
But why can't I Explore my Physical Body and Communicate with each Cell?

I can see Visions of a New Age of Peace and Harmony on Earth...
But why can't I Explain how to Harmonize the Economic System to Prevent the Abuse

Day 195: What's Really going on in a Teenager's Head?

"When their grumpy teenager is in the throes of yet another sulking fit, most parents would give an awful lot to know what’s going on inside their head. And soon they’ll be able to – without resorting to a guilty peek in their diary. Scientists at Cambridge University have begun a £5.4million study to understand the workings of the teenage brain.
They will scan the brains of 300 participants, currently aged 14 to 24, over several years to see how they change as they grow older. Teenagers are typically impulsive, argumentative and sullen – as personified by Harry Enfield’s teenager Kevin, whose catchphrase is ‘it’s so unfair’.
Ed Bullmore, a professor of psychiatry at Cambridge University, believes that the wiring of the brain gradually changes as teenagers approach adulthood, which eventually allows them to control their emotions and act less impulsively. ‘MRI scans will give us very good pictures of how the anatomy of the brain changes over the course of development,’ he said. ‘We are…