The First Ray’s Wish to Observe the Observer: Compassion as a Technology in the Wave-Cloud Apparatus Non-Locally Re-Configuring Matter for a Leap into Extrohan-State

Salvador-Dali-The-Meditative-Rose

Meditative Rose by Salvador Dali circa 1958

The First Ray’s Wish to Observe the Observer: Compassion as a Technology in the Wave-Cloud Apparatus Non-Locally Re-Configuring Matter for a Leap into Extrohan-State

Brahman →Para-Brahman→Trivia-Truvia-Triviaman→5+947 Differential Eragman Causes→Extrohan /Supramental-Supramental State

The first ray’s wish was to observe the observer

Coming forth it watched from where it came

A child running to and fro and interacting with itself

Who it was before it came into being? Who knows what when and why?

Blue is the sky

 

The Self will not die

Rachmaninov-Vespers

Rachmaninov-Vespers

It’s unborn

To be born again and again

As long as fire embraced waters breathing in the air and flowing inside moribund earth

Caressing ether’s pure vibrations like a child sensed by the rose blossom

That’s how the garden grows, the seasons change

And you repeat the sequence

From zero we came as innumerable beings

To shine as the one in many forms it wished

Plays Articles Essays Vladimir Mayakovsky, Poet, Playwright, Artist, Stage Actor

Plays Articles Essays Vladimir Mayakovsky, Poet, Playwright, Artist, Stage Actor

It’s a poetic play

A dance of vibrations that becomes the fibre, the bark of a tree

Leaves carried by winds float in the running stream

The last rays washed them clean

A single moment recaptured the past, present and future

Configuring itself to a point

There still I stand

Unmoved by the random entropy

Your heart needs no reason to beat

Align yourself with the great compassionate energy of the Maha-Avatar

A new day will dawn

Reach out for that light and embrace

At this very moment

May His wish be with you to find the same

Hari OM Tat Sat!

-J

Above You tube is Composition by Sergei Rakhmaninov – opus 37 vespers

 

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