PRACTICING ‘MINDFULNESS’ in HEALTHCARE SERVICES: ‘Empty Cognizance’ in Non-Dual Space springs forth Compassion/Karuna for All Sentient Beings

Tashiding Monastery Sikkim

Tashiding Monastery, The Most Sacred Monastery in Sikkim

‘Tashiding Monastery’ or “The Devoted Central Glory” in Sikkim is considered as the most sacred and holiest monastery in Sikkim; belonging to the Nyingma Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, it was built in the year 1717 by revered lama Ngadak Sempa Chempo Phunshok Rigzing. He was one of the three wise men who held the consecration ceremony crowning the first king of Sikkim at Yuksom. Guru Padmasambhava selected the place as he did sadhana in Tashiding in the 8th century and there are many caves which have the energy vibration of his practice in and around Tashiding, located above a hilltop at the site of the confluence of two rivers, Ranjit and Rathang Chu.

The secret golden vase

An image of Padmasambhava on an initiation card, Tibet, 19th Century. Padmasambhava is regarded as the founder of the Nyingma tradition.

An image of Padmasambhava on an initiation card, Tibet, 19th Century. Padmasambhava is regarded as the founder of the Nyingma tradition.

Adorns the waters of all heavens

Blessing earth and its people

To be healthy and wise

to generate all actions from the mindful heart

Beholding karuna for all sentient beings

In the sunlit space of Rigpa

There where clouds dissipate

Leaving no trace of thoughts and illness

Opening inside where stillness pervades

A quiet undertaking of the practice

Summons all the attendant deities and the rainbow lords

To experience the enlightenment ecstasy

of ‘Empty Congizance”

In the ‘Book of Chao’, Seng-Chao discussed that ‘Prajna’ is a kind of ignorance as well because the Ultimate Reality has no qualities and is not a thing, it cannot become an object of knowledge. But, here, we have to understand that the word ignorance refers not to mundane stupidity or callousness but to a higher truth that is encapsulated in primordial purity of our mind. Therefore, it becomes obvious that this is Mindfulness as it is the ‘Direct Insight’ that knows the truth by not knowing. This is also the historical link between TAOISM and the ZEN. In this way we can better appreciate the Spontaneous Perfection of Rigpa in Dzochen Teachings. Truly to know is not to know, that the awakened mind responds immediately, without calculation, and that there is no incompatibility between Buddhahood and the everyday life of the world.

Compassion or ‘loving kindness’ when associated with ‘prajna’ or wisdom which is our essential nature is the key realization experience that gives stability to our being (existence). This when reaches a completion stage by practice of daily ‘mindfulness’ is a valuable asset that can help us improve our HEALTHCARE SYSTEM IN THE 21st CENTURY. It’s not only modern technology and facilities, but also, skillful ways of practising compassion for the health and well-being of all individuals.

-J

PRESS RELEASE

John Hopkins Medicine

25th July 2016, Mobile Health and Wellness Clinic Debuts in Pune for Clinical Research and Community-Based Care
–Project provides a model for innovative health research, care and wellness

John Hopkins

JHU-BJGMC Clinical Research Partnership during a home visit in Pune/Credit: Courtesy of John Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education

The Maryland-based health care informatics company CTIS and its founders, Raj and Bharti Shah, have collaborated with the Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education and Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College to equip and dispatch a custom-designed mobile health care services van in the state of Maharashtra in India.

The mobile clinic, the parties say, is designed to address the fact that India assumes a large burden of chronic and infectious diseases, leading the world in deaths related to tuberculosis, cervical cancer and diabetes, and ranking third in the number of people with HIV. While there has been progress in improving India’s clinical infrastructure in the last few decades, they say, the severity of disease and the sheer numbers of patients affected present challenges to addressing health care needs in underserved communities, underscoring the need for innovative approaches, such as mobile clinical care, that augment traditional service delivery models.

Equipped with a $100,000 donation from CTIS and the Shahs, the mobile clinic features advanced laboratory equipment for disease diagnoses, including a GeneXpert rapid TB diagnostic system. The van includes other modern care and treatment capabilities, including mobile radiology equipment.

While mobile clinics sponsored by corporate hospitals and charity organizations have been deployed in Maharashtra primarily to provide health care in rural areas, the group behind this effort say it is novel, in that it will strategically enhance community outreach for tuberculosis screening, research and care, and provide wellness services. Maharashtra is among India’s top regions for cases of drug-sensitive and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, and the service area for the clinic comprises a population of 7 million people, including the city of Pune and surrounding villages.

“A mobile clinic provides a private and confidential environment for community-based health care and research,” says Ajay Chandanwale, dean of Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College. “We are thrilled to collaborate with the Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education and Raj and Bharti Shah, and appreciate the generous donation of the mobile clinic.”

Children, adolescents and adults, including pregnant and post-partum women, will be served. The mobile clinic’s capabilities will augment ongoing tuberculosis research, including monitoring households with people who have patients with TB and multidrug-resistant TB. While such research is critical for informing tuberculosis control strategies and science at the national level, the mobile clinic will also be used for targeted, community-based health and wellness programs that promote healthful living, Chandanwale says.

“We are highly committed to affecting broad changes in India’s ability to address serious health issues while simultaneously providing wellness programs that serve communities,” says CTIS CEO Raj Shah. “CTIS is pleased to provide a tool that can be used to deliver preventive services, health screening and care where they are needed.”

Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education Director Robert Bollinger, M.D., M.P.H., says the support from the Shahs will lead to improvements in health and wellness in Maharashtra, as well as provide a model for innovative health research, care and wellness for the rest of India. “The Shah mobile clinic really extends the reach of health services for communities and patients with limited resources, and it will be a tremendous asset to the Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College-Johns Hopkins University research partnership.”

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About CTIS

CTIS, based in Rockville, Maryland, provides informatics solutions for clinical trials and research, and empowers patients and providers with technology-based health care solutions. Through the use of IT, it helps organizations produce efficient and effective outcomes. Its business is the capture, storage and use of information in health and biomedical science. It offers a patient-driven approach to informatics — improving privacy, security and safety. www.ctisinc.com
About the Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education

The Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education is dedicated to improving health outcomes in resource-limited communities through clinical research and training, and by empowering health care providers and health researchers to develop and lead advancements in clinical research, practice and policy. www.ccghe.net
About Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College

Located in Pune, India, Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College is among the top 10 medical schools in India. It is affiliated with a state-funded, 1,500-bed tertiary care public hospital, Sassoon General Hospital, which has a large outpatient program composed of 21 clinics and links to multiple NGOs in the community. The partnership between the Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education and Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College was initially established in 1999 for HIV studies and now investigates other infectious diseases, noncommunicable diseases and comorbidities. www.bjmcpune.org

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The Original Realization of Marvellous Practice and the New Enlightenment under Maha-Avatar Babaji Maharaj: Negative Space (Ma) Topologically Constructing Kinematic Behaviour of Invisible Micro-State Point-Forces

Maha-Avatar Sri Babaji Maharaj

Maha-Avatar Sri Babaji Maharaj

ORIGINAL REALIZATION IS MARVELLOUS PRACTICE- ZEN SAYING

“Do you like music?” Dr. Robert asked.      

Island by Aldous Huxley

Island by Aldous Huxley

“More than most things.” 

“And what, may I ask, does Mozart’s G-Minor Quintet refer to? Does it refer to Allah? Or Tao? Or the second person of the Trinity? Or the Atman-Brahman?” 

Will laughed. “Let’s hope not.” 

Paul Klee, Um den Kern or Around the Core circa 1935

Paul Klee, Um den Kern or Around the Core circa 1935

“But that doesn’t make the experience of the G-Minor Quintet any less rewarding. Well, it’s the same with the

kind of experience that you get with the moksha-medicine, or through prayer and fasting and spiritual exercises.

Even if it doesn’t refer to anything outside itself, it’s still the most important thing that ever happened to you.

Like music, only incomparably more so. And if you give the experience a chance, if you’re prepared to go along with it,

the results are incomparably more therapeutic and transforming. So maybe the whole thing does happen

inside one’s skull. Maybe it is private and there’s no unitive knowledge of anything but one’s own physiology.

Who cares? The fact remains that the experience can open one’s eyes and make one blessed and transform

one’s whole life.”

 – Island, Aldous Huxley

Om Ma

Sri Sri Anandamayi Maa Photograph5

Sri Sri Anandamayi Maa Photograph

Ma the negative space topologically constructing kinematic behaviour of invisible micro-state point-forces giving rising to diamond emptiness- Macro-tactile crystalline super-void/Emptiness Architecture 12th to 13th Dimension Retrocausal Jump

In the beginning the end enfolded in dreams speaks of an unknown question of no one

Why then have you come and how far did you get? What initial ritualistic symbols did you purify?

How many gigavolts of electrical energy you need to transfuse in the cellular networks to reconfigure the vibration, the pulse of these universe mapped locally in your brain as network convergence over a wide area of the system?

Sitting in the park

The wooden bench under the canopy of autumn leaves probably in NY

Orange red green

Maybe, inside the head purple

Jim Morrison Rock Psychedelic Poster

Jim Morrison Rock Psychedelic Poster

And distant ocean winds and words

Flowing through

Down and up the axis mundi

Smoothly coming out

Re entering again

The vast theatre of desireless non-differential karma

Uttering profoundly the ‘Om’

Shining like a ripple

That characterizes the sound of this eternal existence

From the non-deliberate act of inaction potential

On the surface to the bottom

The membranes are colliding against each other

Creating nano-optical convergence of life-force

As a resonance of the negative space ‘Ma’

Network Convergence at Nanoscale

Network Convergence at Nanoscale – 12th to 13th Dimensional Retrocausal Jump

Over the super dynamic sheets of Om fibres

Projected out in a single dance

Connected with the WHOLE BODY OF MAHA-AVATAR BABAJI MAHARAJ

This was getting simple Joseph K said

There was actually no trial

No courtroom

No warrant

No nothing

Neither there will be a Bodhi tree standing for enlightenment

The body stood still

Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy: Tapoban Katha

Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy:      Tapoban Katha

Emitting the glow from its own substance

And the birds practiced karuna

Flowers were offered at His feet

Eternity on every grain of sand

Was the riddle of time answering the Question

That followed it to where He was, is and will be forever- Om Ma

-J

The Gnostic Way of Self-Learning by Un-Learning the Brahman: Spontaneity as an Act of Surrender to the TAO (The Unknown)

Maha-Avatar Babaji Maharaj, rare photograph not painting (Self-created image) while living in Bengal as Sri Badal Chatterjee

“It’s interconnected in such a way that the properties of the smallest pieces depend on the properties of the whole . So in other words, whereas before we believed that the dynamics of the whole can be explained in principle by breaking it down, and from the properties of the parts, now we see that the properties of the parts can only be defined in terms of the dynamics of the whole. So, it’s a complete reversal”. – Fritjof Capra (Excerpt from Thinking Allowed -Conversations on the Leading Edge of Knowledge and Discovery with Dr. Jeffery Mishlove – Copyright (C) 1998 Thinking Allowed Productions)

ZIGRA -LOCATING THE EXACT-YAME-COORDINATE OF IMMOBILE BRAHMAN (IXAZUN)


KX4 -CROZAN-NAMVA-EVAXMOBILE-AUTOMATION -(KGK=004.004)

KX4-CROZAN-NAMVA-BMW 3-SERIES CONVERTIBLE AS IMMOBILE BRAHMAN

Smritir jagorane achinta prem niralay bhashyoman pradip

Jwalechey anadi kaal suryer parashmani

BMW Series 3 Convertible as Immobile Brahman

Nilkantha nadiyay bramher kutire

Bayur humkar hate buddher taposh pipasha mukto ekti pran

Alpha Decay Radiactive Disintegration

Matir merudande dhaner sish chena jay alor path dhore

The nectar of earth’s labour is the elixir of the highest souls

Sweat and tears transubstantiates into the soma wine

It gives rise to the fountain of the yogic kriya that works naturally

Therefore, sound is an etymological abstraction of silence

It marked the beginning of things

Time’s prolific vase mirrors the flower of the unmanifest mandala by retrocausal radioactive disintegration

When the dissolution takes place in the void, it preserves the rest-mass inertia

As I was walking my thoughts cut across the flesh of the Void

It was bleeding giving rich forms to the manifold things

Then all became empty by the sudden light of prajna

And compassion (karuna) welded the world of forms

It asked for words to create the relative dynamism of names

Strings that would connect the web each narrating its own stories

Dr. Fritjof Capra

Poetry clothed itself with the formative reason of science

Thoughts evidential accounted for the divine providence

A game was played as if winning or losing is all that matters

The strong bid the horses in the race, the weak jumped into the well

It’s all too familiar story of earthly evolution

Classified and marked, sealed in the boxes

Executive bonds and shares of the banking system

Who is the agent controlling this all?

Where’s the security that human mind longed?

Weaver Bird

Again I repeat: Matir merudande dhaner sish chena jay alor path dhore

The nectar of earth’s labour is the elixir of the highest souls

And the weaver bird and the potter, the weevil and the butterfly

Worked out the genesis in the gestalt of their creative imagination

In their garden the flower comes from the unknown Void,

Brahman is joy in one spontaneous pulse

How can the sun know how came its own light?

Or how can the moon know itself by not knowing?

These are laughed off by the yokels in the countryside

Form is Emptiness, Emptiness is Form or Nirvana is Samsara or Samsara is Nirvana- Highest Doctrine

Mile after mile stretched far back to infinity

Professor and his Friend met me in different places

They recited the whole beginning and the end

And silence marked the question of thought’s ancient pilgrimage

He wandered in geometric spaces toying with the stars

And came with an answer: in the yaya tatat when time liquidates the bond

Then will come a new race that will take humanity to the still point of the dancing wave.

– J