‘Have you forgotten the Keys to the Kingdom?’: Jim Morrison, Shambhala and the ‘Tat-Wat-Yat’ Sunyata

Jim Morrison in Paris 1971

Jim Morrison in Paris circa 1971

Hello, I love you…

Suryer mandire tapashyar pratham pradip jwalchey

In the temple of the sun, the tapas of consecration is lighting the 1st candle

From that billion candles will be lit

Celebrating the joy of this freedom

The road is but empty and full of flowers

Snow flakes and rose-tinted glasses

Gladiolus, chrysanthemums, yellow, red hibiscus

And the harp rendered subtle florets of sandalwood

Reminiscing the canonization of time’s eternal journey

Wandering in deep elder forests  

Flowers by Eugene Delacroix

Flowers by Eugene Delacroix, Paris

Seeking the Self,                 Jim Morrison 1

In search of answers

There?                

Here?

Or, everywhere?

In the motionless lines of words

In the fragments of poetic syllables

In the seizure of a cantata

In the ceremonious bells that rang at the coronation of kings

In the waving of hands across the parlour

Or, in a kiss of the dawn               

Illuminated pages from a dispersed Dharani manuscript Tibet Zhalu monastery The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Illuminated Pages from a dispersed Dharani Manuscript, Tibet, Zhalu Monastery, pic courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

The sweetest of them all

In the pure sobriety of a winter frost

“Have you forgotten the keys to the Kingdom?

Have you been borne yet &; are you alive?”

She saw beneath the opacity of stars and the moons

Luminous, shining

Points incarnating flames

Playing at the heart of all strings

Melodies unknown

Unfathomable

A zero pulse is the occult charm

Manifesting transcendental ones that we worship and devour

The Sun at the distant horizon

At the heart of all strings (3x)

Manifesting the Atman in the body

And because form is empty,

Beings are identical with Nirvana.

-J

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