From the ‘Milk of Human Kindness’springs forth the Non-Dual Action: From the ‘Super-Void’ of Prajna

bhagavan ramana maharshi with cow lakshmi

Sri Ramana Maharshi with the Lakshmi, the cow 

Tintin in Tibet

Tintin in Tibet by Belgian Cartoonist Herge  

 

‘Shantih Shantih Shantih’

Therefore, Sariputra, owing to the absence of Volition and imbued with prajnaparamita (Subjective Inseeing), bodhisattvas no longer are bound by interpretive thought-processes, and so have no fear, are freed from delusion, and have found nirvana.

Space-time are extensions inevitable for manifestations of an objective world

Dualistic they are in accommodating contraries which the brain perceives

This is our biological neural perception linguistically expressed through a system of signs

The Non-verbal Silent Identification with Pure Noumenon which is neither Being Nor Non-Being is also possible and inevitable

This is the existential moment -‘uji’ cut off from spatio-temporal linearity

It is boundless and free yet discrete and non-conceptual

Experiencing that is highest yogic state -Nirvikalpa Samadhi

“All Forms Everywhere Are Unreal And False” {Diamond Sutra}

“She in her formless form

His Holiness the Dalai Lama Reading Tintin in Tibet

His Holiness the Dalai Lama reading ‘Tintin in Tibet’ 

Abides by the law of supra-cosmic will

He, unto whom, the knowledge of a silent arc

Replenishes the dimensionless perfection of moments

Springs forth forever and ever

From the heart of kindness

The formation of the milky way *’akash ganga’ and the wish-fulfilling cow ‘kamdhenu’

-J

 

 

 

 

Press Information: Ostend International Airport in Belgium to host Premiere Event in travel business involving Belgian company Zora Bots. 

Ostend international airport in Belgium will be the stage of a Premiere Event in the traveling business involving Belgian company Zora Bots on 1st July 2016.

Zora Bots’ mission is to make social robots accessible to everyone. With this goal in mind, the company developed the first fully functional and user-friendly software able to give life to Nao humanoid robots. It has been successfully implemented in healthcare since 2013 and over 300 Zora-equipped robots have now been adopted and are in use at various care facilities worldwide. A couple of weeks ago, Zora Bots was also the first to implement next-generation Pepper robots to greet and assist visitors and patients at two Belgium hospitals. And now, it is time for a new first… this Friday at Ostend international airport.

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Understanding Dogen’s ‘Existential-Moment’ ‘UJI’-Living ‘Here and Now’

Hoogly Latitude Sundial

Old Sundial in the Hoogly Imambara

“Tired of lying in the sunshine staying home to watch the rain.
You are young and life is long and there is time to kill today.
And then one day you find ten years have got behind you.
No one told you when to run, you missed the starting gun…- Time, The Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd

The duality with regard to Time arises when we perceive it as ‘Durational’ associated with numerical expression of a ‘before’ and ‘after’ which is measurable. This is old Aristotelian concept of time measured linearly.

The final realization of ‘Time’ takes place when we understand Dogen’s ‘UJI’ or ‘Being-Time’ as a fleeting ‘Moment’ of existence. That is Samadhi experience of the timeless leaking through the quantized time of existential moments. Then TIME IS ON YOUR SIDE AND NOT FLYING AWAY…THIS IS THE TRUE MEANING OF THIS SONG. ‘Here and Now’ the past and future are gathered and not separate – this is APPERCEIVING -SEEING BEYOND THE SUBJECT-OBJECT SPLIT.

Rural Bengal

Village Pond During Monsoon, Bengal 

*”Through the mind alone (purified by knowledge) is IT to be realized. There is no differentiation whatsoever in the Brahman. He goes from death to death who sees in IT, as it were, differentiation”. – Brihadaranyaka Upanishad

To see beyond differences is to be realised in the Noumenal

The ‘Duality’ is the manifested phenomenal aspect of our extension in 3Dspace-time

Not a single particle exists separately

It is actually a temporary localised pulse emerging from a larger field

The phrase ‘as it were’ (iva) is the crux of the Upanishadic instruction regarding the universe and our daily life in it. Whenever the Upanishads seem to concede the reality of the world, even in the slightest degree, the phrase ‘as it were’ is to be added; for anything ‘other’ than Brahman is an appearance.

ORDINARY MIND is the TAO when it is free from INTENTIONAL ACTION – MINDFULNESS OF BODY

UJI- is the ALL INCLUSIVE DIMENSION

-J

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PRESS RELEASE:

00.01 BST (London time) on TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2016 / 04.30 IST (Indian Standard Time) on TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2016

£8 million monsoon project launches in India

A project involving scientists from the UK and India to predict monsoon rainfall by studying ocean processes in the Bay of Bengal launches today.

Scientists from the University of East Anglia (UEA) will release underwater robots to monitor how ocean conditions influence monsoon rainfall.  Meanwhile collaborators from a partner project led by the University of Reading with collaborators across the UK and India will use a state-of-the-art aircraft to take atmospheric measurements at the same time.

It is hoped that the combined results of this large-scale scientific campaign will help forecast the arrival of the Indian monsoon more accurately than ever before.

As well as improving rainfall prediction, the research could revolutionise subsistence farming, improve the livelihoods of millions of people, and help mitigate the damage caused by monsoons when they hit land.

Summer monsoons provide 80 per cent of annual rainfall to around a billion people in India.

Forecasting the precise timing and location of the rains is vital to the region’s economy, which is dominated by farming, and for managing its increasingly pressured water resources.

Accurate predictions of intense downpours and breaks in the monsoon are essential to help farmers plan their crop planting and communities prepare for floods and droughts.

Last year, the monsoon spread rapidly over northern India, causing devastating damage, whereas prolonged breaks in 2009 led to a severe shortage of rainfall and poor harvests.

Lead researcher Prof Adrian Matthews, from UEA’s School of Environmental Sciences, said: “The Indian monsoon is notoriously hard to predict. It is a very complicated weather system and the processes are not understood or recorded in science.

“We will be combining oceanic and atmospheric measurements to monitor weather systems as they are generated. Nobody has ever made observations on this scale during the monsoon season itself so this is a truly ground-breaking project.

“We are aiming for a better understanding of the actual physical processes. What we have now are imperfect models for predicting monsoon rainfall when it hits land, so this will create better forecasts.

“Ultimately, the goal is to improve the prediction of monsoon rainfall over India. This will be enormously beneficial for India’s subsistence farmers, who need to know when and how much rain will fall. This would then enable them to change the timing of how they plant their crops.

“We hope that it will also help to mitigate international disasters caused by extreme rainfall and flooding.

“We also hope to better understand how the southern Asian monsoon affects the whole world’s climate,” he added.

The Bay of Bengal Boundary Layer Experiment (BoBBLE) is led by UEA scientists in collaboration with the University of Reading and the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) in Southampton.

Collaborators in India include the Centre for Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (CAOS), the Indian National Centre for Climate Information Services (INCOIS), the National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF) and the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT).

The UEA team will arrive in India today and are due to set sail on June 24 from Chennai into the Bay of Bengal on the Indian research ship the Sindhu Sadhana.

Dr M Rajeevan, secretary for the Indian Ministry of Earth Sciences, will visit the ship and meet the research team on the afternoon of its departure.

Once out in the ocean, they will then release seven underwater gliders to measure ocean properties such as temperature, salinity and current.

The team will spend a month at sea – with data from the 250-mile stretch of international water beamed back to the UK using mobile phone signals daily.

Back in the UK, researchers at UEA, the University of Reading and NOC, will use this data to create computer models of the ocean to determine how it affects weather systems and rainfall over India.

“Our collaborators will be flying out from Bangalore to make simultaneous observations in the atmosphere above us. It will be really rather spectacular,” added Prof Matthews.

Previous missions undertaken by UEA’s fleet of gliders have helped researchers make a variety of discoveries including why the Antarctic ice caps are melting.

The project is funded by the Natural Environment Research Council, the Newton Fund, the Indian Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) and the UK’s Met Office.

ENDS

1/ For more information, or to arrange an interview, please contact Lisa Horton in the UEA press office on 01603 592764 or email l.horton@uea.ac.uk.

2/ The University of East Anglia (UEA) is among the top 1% of universities globally (Times Higher Education World Rankings 2014-15) and placed 10th in the UK for the quality of its research output (Research Excellence Framework 2014). Also known for its outstanding student experience, it has achieved a Top 10 rating in the National Student Survey every year since the survey began. UEA is a leading member of the Norwich Research Park – one of Europe’s largest concentrations of researchers in the fields of environment, health and plant science. www.uea.ac.uk.

3/ The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) is the UK’s main agency for funding and managing world-class research, training and knowledge exchange in the environmental sciences. It coordinates some of the world’s most exciting research projects, tackling major issues such as climate change, environmental influences on human health, the genetic make-up of life on earth, and much more. NERC receives around £320 million a year from the government’s science budget, which it uses to fund independent research and training in universities and its own research centres. www.nerc.ac.uk

 

 

At the 3rd Stage of Real-I-sation Object and Subject are seen not as Separate: ‘I-ternity’ of the Non-dual state of Consciousness

 

Baba Loknath 1730-1890 – ‘The Original Practice is the Only Realisation”

                                                         Baba Loknath 1730-1890 – ‘The Original Practice is the Only Realisation”

 

“A light not born of sun, moon or fire,

Krishna Vishvarupa, India, Himachal Pradesh, Bilaspur ca. 1740 - Opaque watercolor and gold on paper

Krishna Vishvarupa, India, Himachal Pradesh, Bilaspur ca. 1740 – Opaque watercolor and gold on paper

a light that dwelt within and saw within

shedding an intimate visibility

made secrecy more revealing than the word”.

(From Book VII: The Book of Yoga, Canto V: The Finding of the Soul, Savitri -Sri Aurobindo)

We are connected to the Unified Field and when we are aware of this connection, or, conscious of it, the ‘still point’ of the mandala can give us access to infinite energy potential of the source field. It also grants us the ability or capacity to engage with that energy creatively and powerfully.

****Definition of Non-Objective Relation: There is neither Objective Self nor Objective Other, but only this mutual absence, which is what Noumenally we are…

I am the iternity the non-localised eternity

Quantum Tunneling using Electron

Quantum Tunneling Using an Electron pic courtesy theunapologists.wordpress.com (A Beginners Guide to Quantum Mechanics)

I am that I am

Beyond the logic of the membrane

That separates us all

Differences are apparent time dilation in relativity to perceive various objects spatio-temporally extended

Differences are re-post-cognitive impressions in the duality of the mind

In the summation of all states I am everywhere and nowhere

The conditioned aspect of objective experience is an illusion

Brahman is Knowledge and Bliss as explained in the Brihadarankya Upanishad

In the Great Wilderness (the Tapovan) the primordial state of consciousness

Manifested as the Yogic White Light prepares the yajna spanning all eons (kalpas)

To worship the Brahman as Prajna (consciousness), as Satyam (Truth Absolute) and

As Anandam (Bliss)

The Asker is the Answer

The ultimate something which is no thing is what the universe is

And all that we are…

Hari Om Tat Sat

 

-J