DENG MING-DAO No344 Uninhibited

DENG  MING-DAO No344 Uninhibited
The Drunk falls from the cart but is not hurt.
You Through hesitation aside but look stupid.
To be truly uninhibited is a rare grace.
Don’t be inhibited. If you hold back from achieving your heart’s desires, you will become bitter and frustrated. If you hold back from expressing yourself, your creativity will stagnate. If you hold back from taking action, you will become impotent with timidity. Don’t stop anything. Let your uniqueness flow freely.
In the beginning, one must adhere to a structure – artificial – thought it may be – until one attains that proper understanding to behave with uninhibited spontaneity. If people attempt to be uninhibited without actually being uninhibited, then they only look like crass clowns. Thus one must spend a certain amount of time studying structure until there is no need for structure. By that time, one will have thoroughly absorbed the secret of moderation and one will be able to act with correctness and spontaneity. True uninhibitedness must come as a by-product of sure, fresh and creative actions.
This reminds me of set 9 “The Stalk is Aroused” in the Lee T’ai Chi
aroused to action; awakened, activated;
aroused – emotionally aroused, stimulated, stirred up, stirred, excited – in an aroused state
aroused – brought to a state of great tension; wound up, tense – in or of a state of physical or nervous tension
aroused – keenly excited or indicating excitement; ablaze, aflame, passionate – having or expressing strong emotions.
aroused – (of persons) excessively affected by emotion; excited, worked up, emotional
Awaken the mind and body it into action and think about who we are and what do we want, the questions trigger the answers, we do not SEE with our eyes we VIEW with our eyes and SEE with our mind.
The old man’s eyes were getting weaker but his vision was still very strong.

About Angie Wood

Angie was born in Scarborough in 1954 the 5th Daughter and the 7th child from the family of 12 of Mr & Mrs Robert Arthur Cammish and Pauline Bestwick. Married to James Kennedy Wood known as Ken. They have two daughters Dawn and Siobhain. Angie and Ken started out in the Catering Industry then spending many years (30) as Independent gift and antiques retailers owning various gift and antique shops in Whitby and Scarborough, with the advent of the world wide web this lead to a whole new way of trading, which has led to an extended love and knowledge of antiques and collectables. On looking for something to give life a fuller meaning Angie came across the Art of T'ai Chi Ch’uan and after passing her Teaching Training in the Lee Style of Tai Chi in 2002 teaching weekly classes at the Tai Chi Workshops in Scarborough UK and has founded the web site Angie spends many hours exploring antique and boot fairs around the UK looking for old and interesting items to sell on her web site While continuing to study and teach the Art of T’ai Chi keeping an open mind to all the various other health and wellbeing aspects like mindfulness and meditation, for ways on how to make her life and maybe others fit, strong, healthy and wealthy in body, mind and spirit.
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