On the Eve of the 116th Birth Anniversary of Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy, 9th December, 2018: Exploring Mahamudra Through the Para-Vak Simulation within the Infinitudes (as Kal-Anu/Time-Atom) of Sri Yantra

Kalida with the Little Girl

Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy

Jay Yogishwar….Om Namah Bhagawate Sri Kalipadaya (3x)

Jay Guru Sri Guru (3x)

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Sri Yantra from Sri Vidya

Jay Mahakal (3x)                                          Jim With the buddha in the background save

The Opening of the Trunk

-Moment of inner freedom

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Divine Mother, Mirra Alfassa

when the mind is opened & the
infinite universe revealed
& the soul is left to wander
dazed & confus’d searching
here & there for teachers & friends.
~~~

Moment of Freedom
as the prisoner
blinks in the sun
like a mole
from his hole

a child’s 1st trip
away from home

That moment of Freedom- Jim Morrison

The phonemic emanation from the primordial fluctuations have been the source of the material universe….matter is mind in a certain domain of frequency….if the mind disappears….what happens to the matter? The gross physical existence is a projection from a higher level of consciousness phenomenally present but noumenally absent….But absence and presence must extinguish each other leaving a vacant lot which is forever the plenum of existence….the evolution is based on higher efficiency of the will which is perfected desire (iccha shakti) via the non-local network convergence b/w knowledge and action. Action is useless unless it subscribes to the non-dual consciousness or the Chit Shakti – this is the supramental intelligence that flowers divine light in retrocausal matter….it is further locally assembled by the subtlety of the 5 elements to create, sustain and dissolve the Flow-form of the Torus. The different modes of interrelationships between structure and background – between the colors and the canvas is differentiated and graded by the consciousness of the Sri Yantra….This is the quantum mechanics of the super-symmetry lattice involuted in the Hṛīṁ  as the nava­nāda in the Lalita Sahasranama.

There is only Self-Existing Wakefulness (the State of Freedom or Swantantra: This is beyond Dependent Existent Phase)

But one has to Realize it

Realization  is experience – it is closer to Para-Vak

Idea is still Madhyama-Vak more condensed and closer to Vaikhari Vak or Normal Speech

Mind has 2 aspects – it is empty and cognizant (it experiences things)

These 2 aspects are indivisible

The 2 states of thought-occurrence (arising) and stillness (cessation) refer to thinking and cessation of thinking  (ceasing)….Arising is creation and Ceasing is Dissolution

Within the cellular dynamical networks of the universe since time immemorial, until this very moment, we have been caught up in the arising and ceasing of thoughts

When the thinker and thought are one…then you wake up….

Then there is only waking up….no dream or sleep mode

At that moment there is no thinking…

At that moment there is no stillness…

When you have lost both thinker and that which feels stillness

You have arrived at MAHAMUDRA

This is the secret of the Sri Vidya

-J

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Press Release:

“The Fragrance of a Paper Rose” new works by Atul Dodiya.

Venue: Galerie Templon, rue Beaubourg Paris

It’s a fascinating exhibition where the artist takes Fellini’s La Dolce Vita as his starting point for his first Paris exhibition in 5 years. The show starts with paintings of stills from an inspirational part of the film focusing on a painting by Giorgio Morandi, an artist that Dodiya loves, which then leads him to feelings of uncertainty and anxiety expressed in the film about the time. This in turn made Atul Dodiya explore similar feelings about the world today, which he looks at in the other paintings visualising a world teetering on the edge of destruction. Perhaps something we all feel at the moment!

This series of paintings inspired by Italian Pre-Renaissance frescos, feature the figures of saints and the Lord Krishna in the midst of Arcadian settings, like the saviors of an environment under threat of ruin. The Brancusi column also appears as a recurring abstract motif.

More information in this video interview:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2Vi3_v7Hzc&feature=youtu.be

Regarded widely as a pioneer of Indian contemporary art, Atul Dodiya is a world-renowned artist with work in several major public collections such as the Mnam-Centre Pompidou, Tate Modern, London, Philadelphia Museum of Art. He was the first to build bridges between Indian and Western art, after spending what was to be a decisive year studying at the Paris l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in the early 1990s.

For more information, please get in touch with:

 

Lindsey Williams

Tel: + 33 (0)1 43 20 12 13

Mob: + 33 (0)7 69 98 73 96

Skype: Lindsey Williams – Communic’Art

23 rue du Renard, 75004 Paris

Site: http://www.communicart.fr/

Blog: http://art360.communicart.fr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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