"somewhere, in some state; you have a desire, you have a projection.
"Tao says you are already there, you are already that. There is nowhere to go and nothing else to be, so just relax and let things happen. And whatsoever happens is good – because there is no denial in Tao, no rejection, no repression. It is the greatest rebellious attitude possible. Never has man's intelligence risen higher than in Tao. But there is no way to it. You cannot be guided to it.
"Buddha has talked about five ways to reach truth. The first he calls the way of sheela, the way of morality, character, virtue. The second he calls the way of knowledge. The third he calls the way of dhyana, meditation; the fourth he calls the way of devotion; and the fifth he calls ashiksheya – that which cannot be taught.
"That fifth is Tao. It cannot be taught. It can be learned but it cannot be taught. And when I say that it can be learned, I mean that if you relax, if you allow life to happen to you, if you don't create a barrier, if you are ready to go wherever it leads, you will learn it. It is the most dangerous path because you will not be in control. Your mind cannot manipulate; your mind cannot prepare in any way. You will have to live moment to moment – as the trees live, as the stars live, as the mountains live. You will have to live in the same way, the same natural way. Tao is nature.
"So the Indian Tantra cannot have any merger with Tao. The Indian Tantra is very scientific. It is the science of how to transform sexual energy into spiritual energy; how to create the dynamo that changes, transforms, transmutes energy; how to move from the lower to the higher; how to go from the earth to heaven. It is a way from sex to super-consciousness. It is very technological.
"Tao has no technique – this is the first thing to be understood. But there is another thing of great importance – that is, Tao has its own Tantra. But it is not technique."