"Great music has the faintest notes"comes from the forty-first chapter of Tao Te Ching. In the fourteenth chapter said："We listen to it, and we do not hear it, and we name it the Inaudible". In the statement of "We listen to it, and we do not hear it" means that the person can’t hear "Tao"when he want to understand it, or is the "Tao"not likely to be described?
We all know the first sentence of the Tao Te Ching: "The Tao that can be told of is not the absolute Tao; The Names that can be given are not absolute Names." Although there are many discussions about the sentence, the general meaning is to point out that Tao is unspeakable, incredible, and invisible, if attempt descriptions that is not true to the Tao itself.
So, Is it always possible to know Tao in an outside? Does People only to feel the mystery of Tao? Is it possible for people to be in the Tao?
Therefore, this article starts from the statement of "Great music has the faintest notes" to discuss that is not only a description of the situation of Tao, but also a direction practice of Tao.