Nonaction in action

The danger arises if too much trouble is taken. I do not mean that no trouble is to be taken, but the correct way lies in keeping equal distance between being and nonbeing. If one can attain purposelessness through purpose, then the thing has been grasped. Now one can let oneself go. — Secret of the Golden Flower, Wilhelm Translation

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