MEDITATION ON ART AS AN ARRANGEMENT OF REALIZATION IN TIME: TRACING THE LIGHT AS PERCEIVED BY THE OBSERVER

MEDITATION ON ART AS AN ARRANGEMENT OF REALIZATION IN TIME: TRACING THE LIGHT AS PERCEIVED BY THE OBSERVER

 

Mahadevi Art from Bikaner Rajasthan circa 1600-1800 courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mahadevi Art from Bikaner Rajasthan circa 1600-1800 courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Art is an arrangement of realization in time

Time is therefore a phenomena allowing perceptual cognition

Subjective ideation is a functional variable of time having a fixed component- the real and the other imaginary (unfixed)

Imaginary component is a dream analogue to other alternate versions of reality

Reality is a differentiated undifferentiated perpetual bubble composed of many frequencies

The imaginary time (Ti) creates loops spinning back to eternity

There the logocentric mind is defined as the Supreme Para-Brahman

This is the point from which the external reality of the manifestation starts as expansion of space (Akasha)

And at this point the internal reality of the supra-unmanifest opens into higher non-dual realms

Each co-existing fundamentally within each other with degree zero separation

Therefore the art and the artist are not separate but one unique dynamic energy experience in consciousness

This inseparability is experienced as the flux, a movement

Stillness acquires the perfection of a million bodies when it moves without moving

Let there be peace in our thoughts

Divine Mother in Japan

                                                                      Divine Mother in Japan

Let there be peace in our minds

Let there be peace in our breath

Let there be peace in our bodies

Meditate on ‘Om Shantih Shantih Shantih’

“We sat together in silence for a few minutes, enjoying the company of our soul, and we witnessed the gates of Eternity opening wide before us”. – 5th Jan 1955, Pondicherry- Divine Mother

 

-J

 

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