Through the Gates of Copenhagen by the Meta-Cognitive Bliss of the Observer: ‘ENTERING INTO THE DHARMADHATU’ (Dharmadhatu Pravesa)

 

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Bohr, Heisenberg and Pauli: The Copenhagen Interpretation 

“The Self is not in any object, nor is any object in the Self which is infinite and signless. Hence I am free from attachment and desire. Serene in this (knowledge) alone I abide

Natma bhavesu no bhavastatranate niranjane

Ityasakto sprhah santa etadevahamasthitah”

-Ashtavakra Gita

Anatomizing the Self, the Witness or the Observer

Through the cloud consciousness of the primordial mind

Hui-neng’s no mind of the samadhi state is beyond space-time construct

Wu-hsin and Wu-nien are the neural correlates of wu-wei or non-doing in Gita

However, there are computations, consciousness is beyond comprehensibility

 

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Flowers Near Tashiding Monastery, Sikkim 

The silent flower

With all its variegated beauty is the unborn in the unborn

That is the expression of transcendental bliss

It abides in itself beyond the duality of relativism

Therefore we contend to non-origination and the primordial singleness of the self (ajativada)

Brahman is Brahman

It is unborn and all-pervading

It confers supreme peace and tranquility

Sivam Santam

With manifestation (only apparent), comes Dependent Origination or Relativistic Existence

There is doer or the ego – there is duality and opacity and obdurateness

In the luminosity of the Self – there is transparent interpenetration

Ashtavakra talks about non-origination of the Self

It does not spring from anything!

Yajnavalkya in Brihadarankya Upanishad says:

“When born, he is not born again;

who indeed can generate him?”

he is always unborn (aja) and non-dual (advaya)

The self is all that exists (sarvam atma) – knowing this be happy!

This is same as Vasudevah sarvam of Bhagavadgita (vii, 19)

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Japanese Buddhist Monastery, Kolkata 

When the Zen Master asks questions like

Who Am I? Where Am I? Whence Do I Come?

Whither DO I Go? – an inquiry into the Self-Nature (Svabhava) of Reality

The questions are pointed in such way so that it corresponds to self-abidance

which is indeed the meaning of WELLBEING OR SWASTHYA or TRUE HAPPINESS

Where do the Bodhisattvas reside? Where is the Self abiding?

In the Eternal Now which is the present moment, quiescent and illuminating

The Self abides in its own abode continuously radiating maha-karuna from the center

The past and the future signals have interpenetrated each other (from their respective de-sitter event horizons ) and have become the present moment which too keeps on changing

In this eternal present the Buddha or the Awakened One has fixed his abode which is no abode (the mind has no abode)

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Flowing Mountain Stream, Yuksom, Sikkim 

This is the universe of luminosity where space time is obliterated

 

This scene of complete transcendental interpenetration is called

The Entering into the Dharmadhatu (dharmadhatu pravesa)

How did you get in?

Through the Gates of Copenhagen by the bliss of the Witness!

Leaving behind nothing – I jump into the ocean of existence.

-J

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Divine Mother’s Blessings Encoded on the Path to ”Total Surrender”: Deep Learning and the Praxis of Going Beyond Mind 

Om Maa

Divine Mother

Mirra Alfassa: The Divine Mother

Divine Mother’s Blessings Encoded on the Path to Total Surrender: Deep Learning and the Praxis of Going Beyond Mind

“Strength shall be with her like a conqueror’s sword

And from her eyes the Eternal’s bliss shall gaze”.

– Savitri, Book III: The Book of the Divine Mother Canto IV: The Vision and the Boon,

Sri Aurobindo                                                                       Divine Mother Symbol

The dark ignorance of matter

And the falsehood of its twin, the mind

Are billion of years old;

They are the expressions in the cosmic web

They are the connecting fibers

And yet, they are limited to space and time

Only articulate to the senses and not beyond

The Self is the witness to these things

Sri Aurobindo and Divine Mother photograph by Henri Cartier Bresson circa 1950

Sri Aurobindo and Divine Mother photograph by Henri Cartier Bresson circa 1950

Untouched and completely pure

it’s the shining source of all bliss

The conscious existence of the self is timeless

Satyam Jnaanam Anantam Brahma (Taittiriya Upanishad 2.1.1)

The journey of man’s quest to higher consciousness takes place under the auspices of the Self

The operational hermeneutics is designed by the Divine Mother (Adi Shakti)

With signals encoded on the path to total surrender (Samarpan)

No one does surrender

There’s no doer, only a witness

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Sri Ramana Maharshi

An observer, the Self

The small ego mind (or me) tries with effort

Krishna the Little Child Artwork Courtesy Bhaktivedanta Book Trust

The Little Child Krishna

Caught up in web of ignorance and doubt

He tries every other path that he can grasp

And fails and dies,

And comes back again and again

To script the tragedy of the earth

An Ecstatic Sri Ramakrishna

Sri Ramakrishna in Ecstasy

Shakespearean rag or a Sophoclean grandeur?

Or, a comedy entailed in the irony of Waiting?

The circus goes on…

With new players and plays

And their farcical movements? 2nd or 3rd?

Symphonies are lost and found

Cities destroyed and annihilated

And prayers broken by a cacophony of words

or under the effect of gravity?

(Is it not the source and origin of the very idea of  weight?)

Working out mathematical models for further evolution

Who has passed all these eons from pre-big bang to the particle smashers?

Who has survived to see what it is and shall be?

Who has endured the pain and the joy?

Who?

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Tagore Einstein Meeting

The historians or the evolutionary biologists?

Or the theoretical physicists?

Or the technocrats?

Or the Politicians?

Only, the Observer is…

And surrender happens

Have faith in the Self (The Brahman)

And be blessed by the Mother

When King Janaka asked Ashtavakra

About knowledge, liberation and dispassion

The answer was:

”na pṛthvī na jalaṁ nāgnirna vāyurdyaurna vā bhavān eṣāṁ sākṣiṇamātmānaṁ cidrūpaṁ viddhi muktaye” 1.3

”You do not consist of the elements – earth, water, fire, air or even ether. To be liberated, know yourself as consisting of consciousness, the witness of these”.

”yadi dehaṁ pṛthak kṛtya citi viśrāmya tiṣṭhasi adhunaiva sukhī śānto bandhamukto bhaviṣyasi”

”If only you will remain resting in consciousness, seeing yourself as distinct from the body, then even now you will become happy, peaceful and free from bonds”. 1.4

Are there any direct messages on consciousness than these?

Be touched by the grace of the divine mother and know thyself

Allow openness and not rigidity

Let the neural networks reconfigure themselves

the descent of consciousness has to take place from a higher dimension

from the noumenal center

then, you have abandoned the doer in you

And awakening is waking-up to what is here

And now….witnessing

Om Maa

 

-J