Downward Causation and Unitary Upward Causation as Applied Field of Consciousness to Enter the Dharma Gate of Non-Duality in Everyday Life: Fragrance of Spring Lapping on Ganga (From Varanasi)

Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky at Varanasi circa 1963

Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky at Varanasi circa 1963

 

Rooftop breeze dry mist                                                        

Protostar is an early stage of star formation

Protostar is an early stage of star formation

 Smell of river ash

Old clothes hung across thin wires that hide the sun

Handful of crumpled papers –ration slips

That were pocketed and lost and now scattered elsewhere

Thin numbers born out of the skull

Added and subtracted consuming space and time

Repeated in history over many incidents

That guide us through narrow by-lanes             

Divine Mother in Japan circa 1920

Divine Mother in Japan circa 1920

Taking photographs of old minarets and temples

Somebody moves on the floor

Crippled like a fragment of broken glass

Blind without symmetry

Utterly playing the strange role cast out for him

He might kiss the penny as a token for life

Or spit on it with disgust

But never doubt the struggle he confronts

To create and execute what the universe is

Fending it off

Through his loathing and suffering

And misunderstood songs which he sings relentlessly

At evening when the sun is slow going by the river

Riding the boat in eternal trance

The light that shines through                         

White Lotus photograph credit Greg Hume

White Lotus photograph credit Greg Hume

Is far greater than what we receive

We give more or less              

And fail to consider the light for all

And all for that light the proscenium is full

Impersonating the macabre violent misery and bliss

For a touch of personal invincibility

From which all great souls are born

That makes existence what it is

Fragrance of spring lapping on Ganga                     

Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy: Tapoban Katha

Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy: Tapoban Katha

Endearing colours of a new day

And steaming chai on the concrete steps

Gave thoughts to constellations on a blank space

Making the protostar swell like a bubble in the void

And the old man fell asleep

Night’s blanket was warm beneath the clouds

Tomorrow it may rain, it will…

“Recognize the right direction

In which history should proceed

Joining hands as kin
Beyond the differences of
Race, nation or class
Let us, with compassion
Vow to bring to realization
Our deep desire
For emancipation
And construct a world in which
All can live truly and fully”. 

– Recognize the right direction …truly and fully” -From ‘Vow of Humankind’ explaining the nuggets of Vimalakīrti Sūtras /A Mahāyāna Scripture

-J

 

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Supramental Psyche and It’s Dialogue with the Creation: The Socratic Process of Thought-Controlled Micro-Processors and Bright Orbs from Shambhala

Socrates, Monalisa, 2013

Socrates, Monalisa 2013

Supramental Psyche and It’s Dialogue with the Creation: The Socratic Process of Thought-Controlled Micro-Processors and Bright Orbs from Shambhala

Consciousness-Analogue

Dreva dreva trou vraham nocturnal symbol processing system inside the sun

Oval shapes flasks mad hatters chess-games

Intra-textual syllabic diegesis

A point is a mark-up sign for intelligence

Roads pre-design Socratic dialogue before they meet the singular highway

From one end to another vravet end in the cosmic parallax

Only saw light itself in other bodies

Glowing like the orb of myriad small wrohal fragments orbiting the dense interstellar space

The tree has spoken about the means to attain liberty

Enlightened cup black holes memory and quantum logic

Ballet of the fire and ice in nucleostar proto-filamental mindcube

 

 

Ra-Ru-Re-Ra-Ra dream analogues of consciousness as matter

Muses, Raphael (Parnassus/1511)

Muses, Raphael (Parnassus/1511)

The shores lapped the ocean as the moon lapped the sun

There was forever a song that those nine muses sang of

Pleu flea fluf-fluf-wing-do-re do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti

– Joy Roy Choudhury