Accessing Information Through the Holo-Fractal Bubbles via Shambhala Servers: The Super-Implicate Order and Stephen Hawking’s The Mind of God (The Nirguna Brahman)

Olmo Lungring The Homeland of Bon Founder Tonpa Shenrab

Olmo Lungring, the Homeland of Bon founder Tonpa Shenrab. Many scholars think Olmo Lung-Ring refers to Mount Kailash region, others claim it is a mythical land, which inspired the idea of Shambhala and Shangri-La *(Gyan-Ganj)

“However, if we do discover a complete theory, it should in time be understandable in broad principle by everyone, not just a few scientists. Then we shall all be able to take part in the discussion of why the universe exists. If we find the answer to that, it would be the ultimate triumph of human reason. For then we would know the mind of God.”

– Stephen Hawking, The Theory of Everything

“Which otherwise cannot be seen or seized, which has no root or attributes, no eyes or ears, no hands or feet;…which is imperishable and the source of all beings.” – Mundaka Upanishad

Stephen Hawking

The great enemy of knowledge is not ignorance. It is the illusion of knowledge. – Stephen Hawking 

“…what carries the implicate order is the holomovement, which is unbroken and undivided totality. In certain cases we can abstract particular aspects of the holomovement…but more generally, all forms of the holomovement merge and are inseparable.” – David Bohm

“That, O Gargi, which is above heaven and below the earth, which is heaven and earth as well and what is between them, and which they say was, is, and will be, is pervaded by the unmanifested akasa (Brahman).”- Brihadaranyaka Upanishad

“That non-dual Atman, though never stirring, is swifter than the mind. The devas cannot reach It moves  ever in front. Though standing still, It overtakes others who are running.” – Isa Upanishad

Nine wheels turn                           Shambhala

When seven merges with one

In difference they play, in unity they dance

Singing colours of reverential form

Meditating upon the formless dawn

Unseen, unknown

Perception fades away

In an illusory circle of differential senses

Leaving all behind

And walking ahead

To reach and not to reach

To be still yet moving with pace

Embracing all and denying none

We drove down to a mountain village


In the woody harvest of a dreamless sleep

Children milking the yaks, women lighting the fire

And men like old sentinels from a past kingdom stirred

The mist with their throat singing

Sri Ramana Maharshi and Paramahansa Yogananda

Sri Ramana Maharshi and Sri Paramhamsa Yogananda

What is learned must be unlearned

Symbol of Dzochen

Symbol of Dzochen or Atiyoga – ‘The Great Perfection’

What is thought must be emptied

To reach the Void of no-mind

Nine-wheels turn

When seven merges with one

Inside or, outside

If the wind blows, and, blows not

If the seagulls cry, and, cry not

Snow lion and the bird

Dragon and the tiger

Dividing the river in four ways

Constituting an order from the Golden womb, the Hiranyagarbha

And those who lived in the nearness to the shore

And those who lived faraway in the hills

And those wakeful in their past reminiscences

In the hollow of the stone, or, in the dead yew tree

Something unchanging showed its presence

And afraid they were not to laugh or cry

Timelessly dry

It showed in a flicker the absence of everything

And symbols disappeared in the Tower of Babel

And bodies lay scattered on the floor

And skulls, broken jawbones of our ancestors analysed, dissected and sold off

For the benefit of trade-exchange rates

And a warm tea at home

In a pool of snow

Read backwards the decrepitude of a dying race

To face the anonymous homunculus

Who scribbled the utter confusion of tongues?