THE VICTORY OF WILL-FORCE AND THE FINAL ENLIGHTENMENT OFFERED BY NATURE: PRAYERS FOR NEPAL AND ITS PEOPLE

Eyes of Buddha or Buddhanath Eyes

Eyes of Buddha or Buddhanath Eyes/Bodhisattwa Eyes

OM MANI PADME HUM

OM MANI PADME HUM

OM MANI PADME HUM

TODAY WE OBSERVE SILENCE FOR THOSE WHO HAVE LOST THEIR PRECIOUS LIVES IN THE DEVASTATING EARTHQUAKE THAT HAS HIT NEPAL ON SATURDAY 25th APRIL 2015. WE WELCOME ALL TO LIGHT CANDLES AND JOIN US IN A PRAYER FOR THOSE WHO HAVE LEFT US AND FOR THOSE WHO HAVE LOST THEIR LOVES ONES.

FOR THOSE WHO JOINS US FOR THIS PRAYER ARE DR. ANTONELLA VANNINI, DR. DEEPAK CHOPRA, DR. AMIT GOSWAMI, DR. JACK SARFATTI, DR. MENAS KAFATOS, DR. DEAN RADIN, DR. ULISSE DI CORPO, MONALISA JDM, ANITA NANDI, SMITA NANDI, MR. JEFF ROSS, DR. BJ RAO AND MANY OTHERS IN NEPAL, INDIA, UK, USA, EUROPE, AUSTRALIA, SOUTH AMERICA, SOUTH AFRICA AND ASIA

NEPAL IS A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY WITH SNOW CAPPED MOUNTAINS, BEATIFIC VALLEYS AND SACRED PLACES WHERE LORD BUDDHA WAS BORN – THE STRENGTH OF ITS PEOPLE COMES FROM THE RUGGED MOUNTAINS, THE SONOROUS FLORA AND FAUNA BESTOWS A HAPPY SPIRIT TO ITS MEN AND THE SPIRITUAL CRUST GIVES THE FINAL LIBERATION TO ITS PEOPLE.

 

TODAY WE STAND UNITED TO SUPPORT NEPAL AND ITS PEOPLE- WE PRAY FOR THE WELL BEING OF ALL

SHANTIH SHANTIH SHANTIH

Prayer Bells

 

MESSAGE FOR NEPAL AND THE WORLD

In the heart of the mountains there is silence

As if the avalanche wrapped soft tissues in some other worldly dream

Bagmati River in Nepal circa 1950 source wikipedia

Bagmati River in Nepal circa 1950 source wikipedia

A single cry is numbed in the rubble of dust and debris

History’s magnificence is just a pale palimpsest on a cold blank slate

Marks and scratches that linger and die

Is memory a vagabond stranger in need for a home?

Are these stupas a reminder of the setting and the rising sun?

Is science a tool or a metaphysical thought that cannot understand the relation with nature?

Where’s the singing bowl? the collective hymn?

The Jewel in the Lotus

The Jewel in the Lotus

Where’s the song that you used to sing?

The night stood alone guarding the dead

Not even a star blinked amidst the drizzle

Awaiting the guardian of the dawn to ferry the souls

Far away across the event horizon

Only the first flower sends its kiss

Unfolding its petals like the heart of a universe

Praying for the well being of its child

A line has passed

The light you saw

Tears glistening like diamond in the lotus (Om Mani Padme Hum)

Not fearful, but, being free is thy happiness

Like eternal Bagmati river emanating from the mouth of the tiger

Ceaselessly flowing and purifying all

To that may the body tend itself

For the last drop of sacred waters

That brings absolution to the soul

Shantih Shantih Shantih

-J

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