Every Moment of Time is Self-Contained and Quiescent- Dogen: Heidegger’s Waiting and the ‘Releasement’ (*Supramental Descent)

Krishna Puja

Krishna Puja German Lithograph circa 1930

“A branch of heaven transplant to human soil;

Nature shall overleap her mortal step;

Fate shall be changed by an unchanging will”.

– The Book of the Divine Mother, Savitri, Sri Aurobindo

Radha Krishna Playing Holi with Companions

Radha and Krishna Playing Holi with their companions

Martin Heidegger once said ‘we are to do nothing but wait’

Rabindranath Tagore and Students, Santiniketan, 1929.

Tagore with Students in Santiniketan circa 1929

Waiting with an openness of being                20161223_112622

Without any fixed notion or objective

This is a kind of everlasting transcendental openness

With an immense joy one just waits….

Waits and waits and waits…

The song of the universe wells up in the heart

And the myriad colours at the core of one’s being

Attuned to the pure consciousness

Lights the lamp to kindle a billion stars

This is a supramental descent

An act of grace but not by any individual effort

A supraconscient release of the plenum existence

Into an ocean of bliss

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Mantra written by Sri Aurobindo in 1927

Kali Da With Garland

Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy

Satyachaitanyer matrikore

Anander Utshe bashoman ek pradip

Baye jaay pratiti khane maha-sunyatar shei chanda

Jar nishpap dhani hate prashobito habe ei maha-bishwa

Sudhu pratikhyar alo phutiye tole agamani barta

Ek adi-anadi bairagya adorsho….

1420

Sonajhuri Forest (Acacia Auriculi), Santiniketan, Birbhum 

-J

At the 3rd Stage of Real-I-sation Object and Subject are seen not as Separate: ‘I-ternity’ of the Non-dual state of Consciousness

 

Baba Loknath 1730-1890 – ‘The Original Practice is the Only Realisation”

                                                         Baba Loknath 1730-1890 – ‘The Original Practice is the Only Realisation”

 

“A light not born of sun, moon or fire,

Krishna Vishvarupa, India, Himachal Pradesh, Bilaspur ca. 1740 - Opaque watercolor and gold on paper

Krishna Vishvarupa, India, Himachal Pradesh, Bilaspur ca. 1740 – Opaque watercolor and gold on paper

a light that dwelt within and saw within

shedding an intimate visibility

made secrecy more revealing than the word”.

(From Book VII: The Book of Yoga, Canto V: The Finding of the Soul, Savitri -Sri Aurobindo)

We are connected to the Unified Field and when we are aware of this connection, or, conscious of it, the ‘still point’ of the mandala can give us access to infinite energy potential of the source field. It also grants us the ability or capacity to engage with that energy creatively and powerfully.

****Definition of Non-Objective Relation: There is neither Objective Self nor Objective Other, but only this mutual absence, which is what Noumenally we are…

I am the iternity the non-localised eternity

Quantum Tunneling using Electron

Quantum Tunneling Using an Electron pic courtesy theunapologists.wordpress.com (A Beginners Guide to Quantum Mechanics)

I am that I am

Beyond the logic of the membrane

That separates us all

Differences are apparent time dilation in relativity to perceive various objects spatio-temporally extended

Differences are re-post-cognitive impressions in the duality of the mind

In the summation of all states I am everywhere and nowhere

The conditioned aspect of objective experience is an illusion

Brahman is Knowledge and Bliss as explained in the Brihadarankya Upanishad

In the Great Wilderness (the Tapovan) the primordial state of consciousness

Manifested as the Yogic White Light prepares the yajna spanning all eons (kalpas)

To worship the Brahman as Prajna (consciousness), as Satyam (Truth Absolute) and

As Anandam (Bliss)

The Asker is the Answer

The ultimate something which is no thing is what the universe is

And all that we are…

Hari Om Tat Sat

 

-J

 

 

Hiding the Source-Code by the Illusory Mechanism of M-A-Y-A: Towards the Black Void (Encryption Technology) and the Differentiation between False and True Vacuum *Quantum Vacuum

Devi Chinnamasta

Devi Chinnamasta

 

“Immortal leader of her mortality,

Doer of her works and fountain of her words,

Invulnerable by Time, omnipotent,

It stood above her calm, immobile, mute.”

– Book IX: The Book of Eternal Night, Canto I: Towards the Black Void, Savitri, Sri Aurobindo

Being in the Existential Moment, you pass through the Gateless Gate unhindered and attain the ‘samadhi’ of innocent delight…NITYA NIRVIKALPA STAGE OF DYNAMIC STILLNESS WHICH IS NON-LINEAR CONFIGURATION POINTS

Duality is but an appearance perceived as real when the Truth is hidden; but jnate dvaitam na vidyate- “When the Truth is revealed, duality does not exist”.

All experiences in the empirical world are maya. – “When there is duality, as it were, then one smells something, one sees something, , one says something”. – Brihadaranyaka Upanishad

 

Therefore, Sariputra, owing to the absence of Volition, and imbued with prajnaparamita (* Subjective Inseeing), bodhisattvas no longer are bound by interpretive thought-processes, AND SO HAVE NO FEAR, ARE FREED FROM DELUSION, AND HAVE FOUND NIRVANA.

In the rhythm of a flower an offering is made

Holographic Pattern Downloaded by Brain Picture Courtesy mindbendingtruth.com

Holographic Pattern Downloaded by Brain Picture Courtesy mindbendingtruth.com

Joyously she leaped from her elemental abode

At the turn of the wheel she was time the destroyer

At another spin she was the source of all nourishment

She was both and beyond

An empty book with pages blank and copious

Covering her face with a grand paradox of form and emptiness

From innumerable dimensions projecting the theatre of life, death and rebirth

Always hiding the source code by the illusory mechanism of maya (encryption technology)

And in that world of objective reality nothing exists but all are real

They come and go, exit and return

In phenomenal world all are bound by phenomena coming from the void

In the noumenal none is bound

It is the matrix of the mysterious thing

There we shall stop Yajnavalkya told Gargi…

Beyond the metastable false vacuum nothing can be known….

“There is neither creation nor destruction,

Neither destiny nor free will,

Neither path nor achievement;

This is the final truth.” /Sri Ramana  Maharshi

*It was true before he said it, it is true at this moment, and it will be true forever, for there is no time.

– J

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Great Gate is Now Wide Open: 21st February, 2016 – Celebrating Divine Mother’s Birthday and International M-O-T-H-E-R Language Day

Mirra Alfassa

The Divine Mother in Japan            Tibetan Mandala with Sanskrit Mantras in Concentric Circles by Carl Jung

 

All atoms are made inside the sun by thy Will

There are vibrations that compacted and expanded

These are open dance signatures of the great cosmic mandala

They come from the Void and manifest their form

How sweetly they sing and sadly they disappear

Beyond all these there is stillness

That pervades the motionless track of all existence

Perfection and imperfection exist in a plane of simultaneity

We need to go beyond….

Bright nothing where you void the void

There eternity exists as manifestation starts

Look deep inside

………..Take the Skull in your hand…

The universe exists as a pulse only in your mind

The Mother with the Children in Pondicherry

Divine Mother will Children in Pondicherry

You are the inevitable source of everything

The arch of the rainbow that bridges heaven and earth

‘A BLIND GOD IS NOT DESTINY’S ARCHITECT;

A CONSCIOUS POWER HAS DRAWN THE PLAN OF LIFE,

THERE IS A MEANING IN EACH CURVE AND LINE.

IT IS AN ARCHITECTURE HIGH AND GRAND

Beggar-Singer with Hound, Yuan Dynasty, 1271-1368, Hanging Scroll, Ink and color on silk, 76.5 x 36.2 cm, Museum for East Asian Art, Cologne.

Beggar Singer with Dog, Yuan Dynasty circa 1271-1368, Hanging Scroll, Ink and Color on Silk, Museum of Asian Art, Cologne

BY MANY NAMED AND NAMELESS MASONS BUILT

IN WHICH UNSEEING HANDS OBEY THE UNSEEN,

AND OF ITS MASTER-BUILDERS SHE IS ONE”.

Name or form apart from the substratum is the maya

So, the wise sage Aruni tells his son Svetaketu:

“That which is the subtle essence- in IT all that exists has its self.

It is the True, It is the Self. And thou, O Svetaketu, art It”.

Atyachetonar stare paripurno lekhak

Matri bhasay nirvak pran

Lekheni se kichuoi

Shekheni se kichuoi

Sudhu pran bandanay

Se awhowan kare pran

Neither time is nor its not

Only eternal awakening

At this moment

French Actress Sarah Bernhardt as Hamlet Examining Yorick's Skull

French Actress Sarah Bernhardt as Hamlet examing Yorick’s Skull circa 1899-1900 London/Paris

Is all what we are and will be

And when you hear the birds singing

The passing clouds bring rain

And you dance like a drop in an ocean of spontaneity {Pure Function}

Because you know that nothing is left to you at this moment

But to have a good laugh;

Narrating children the tales of Tapovan

Where mystic oneness still prevails

Les Ruines D' Angkor Old Poster

Les Ruines D’ Angkor poster

Like the ordinary mind the Tao

Every day the river courses its way

To meet the ocean of bliss

‘May be, like the empty sky it has no boundaries,

Yet it is right in this place,

Ever profound and clear.

Colossal Black Hole Is 12 Billion Times As Massive As The Sun

Artist’s Impression of a Colossal Black Hole Which is 12 Billion Times as Massive as the Sun

When you seek to know it, you cannot see it.

You cannot take hold of it,

But you cannot lose it.

In not being able to get it, you get it.

When you are silent, it speaks;

When you speak, it is silent.

The great gate is wide open to bestow alms.

And no crowd is blocking the way.’

 

-J

 

  1. ‘A BLIND GOD IS NOT DESTINY’S ARCHITECT…AND OF ITS MASTER-BUILDERS SHE IS ONE.’ -Savitri, Sri Aurobindo
  2. ‘That which is the subtle essence- in IT all that exists has its self.’-Chhandogya Upanishad
  3. It is the True, It is the Self. And thou, O Svetaketu, art It”.-Chhhandogya Upanishad
  4. ‘Like the empty skies it has no boundaries…blocking the way.’ – From Cheng-tao Ke translated by Alan Watts

119th Birth Anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose:Transcending History by the Will-Force of Qui-Qui Supramental Shakti (Super-Implicate Ensembles)

Netaji

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose: The Soul with the Golden Heart (Jay Mahakal)

In every heart there is a flame

black hole NASA

Black Hole NASA

It touches the tip of the golden sun

Honour thy spirit in that moment of bliss

To create and re-create the essential Reality,

Here and Now

Remainders of  the queen-plasma resonance from the cube-variable of the Averlon-Transcendence over the least power sensibility …naturally .project within itself  the kinematic happiness of   innumerable Domainless Dimensions, always waving towards the Gnapela-Powerl-Holcago {predestiny} through the self-propagating Soft-Point or  Zero-Point Energy paradox ).Life is full of Beautiful choices……. and in short this is the story of the equation e=mc(square)!

Akharer pratibedan samadhisto hayechey

Netaji 2

Netaji

Black spinning torque upon the universe              Tibetan Thangka… sacred Mount Kailash, Milarepa.
Chetonar pradip jwalchey
Neel himalaye
It is for the Absolute on the Absolute to the Absolute
From that nought to create binomials for relative existence
Time as in duration exists in the mind
And space-time too is a projection of the Mind
Sthir chitta nayan dekhe maha-kaler maha-swaroop
Time’s re-collective pastimes are over and dead
Future doesn’t speak
But you may find at this moment transcending all
And you enter now
By Mother’s grace
Far beyond supramental realities.
From Crechanhumpi to Vrekhanilo (sizeless Domains, creations)
It is moving with a dream on its back,……durga..durga!
Future is near when you touch the stone, Chintamoni!
-J

Celebrating Sri Dilip Kumar Roy’s 119th Birth Anniversary 22nd January 2016: “Outpetalling of the Sunflower”(At the Guru’s Feet)

Sri Dilip Kumar Roy with Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guha Roy

Sri Dilip Kumar Roy with Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guha Roy

“To me the ultimate value of a man is to be measured not by what he says, nor even by what he does, but by what he becomes.” (Sri Aurobindo to Dadaji/Sri Dilip Kumar Roy)

“A deathbound littleness is not all we are:

Immortal our forgotten vastnesses

Await discovery in our summit selves.”

(Savitri I, IV, Sri Aurobindo)

Sri Dilip Kumar Roy with Sri Sita Ram Das Omkarnath Ji  and Mata Indira Devi

Sri Dilip Kumar Roy with Sri Sita Ram Das Omkarnath Ji and Mata Indira Devi

Jacaranda Tree in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh source Wikipedia

Jacaranda Tree in Full Bloom in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh Source Wikipedia

Over the horizon the moon chants

The night blooming jacaranda flowers

Dilip Kumar Roy with Krishnaprem

Sri Dilip Kumar Roy with Krishnaprem

In their starlit ecstasy have offered themselves to the Lord

And the universe is the body and the mind

Existing neither within the mind, nor, without

But each life strung to the lonesome flute calls

In sheer majesty celebrating the occasion of one glorious birthday

And the soul’s eye meets the light beyond the stars

And the fruit and the flowers, the garden and the river moss

In mystic oneness singing variegated plays

Jalsaghar Poster from the movie by Satyajit Ray

Jalsaghar Movie Poster

The Theater is born

And the grand orchestra

Actors and actresses in their prospective roles fervently transcending their spheres of existence

To Immortalize the Theater to which they belong

A Shakespearean rag, or, a Dantean Comedy

or, a Brecht and Eugene O’Neill

In the patachitra weaving a tapestry of words from Chandidas

The Cinema is born

And the grand Orchestra

Drinking soma from the winding stairs of Girish Ghosh and Natya Academy

At this moment we live without living

There is only one universe –

And it is This-which-we-are

Down the river way to an ocean of infinity.

-J

* Dilip Kumar Roy’s friend, Romain Rolland writes on his character Jean-Christophe (Which was the Novel in 10 volumes that won him the Noble Prize in 1915):  “When you see a man, do you ask yourself whether he is a novel or a poem? […] Jean-Christophe has always seemed to me to flow like a river; I have said as much from the first pages.”

River metaphor flowing to the Ocean of Infinity is the life of Jean-Christophe, the style is called sometimes ‘Roman Fleuve’ (The River Novel)

http://www.call-key9.net

 

Sri Dilip Kumar Roy and Romain Rolland – A Lecture by Prof. Chinmoy Guha

at Sri Ramakrishna Mission

Sri Dilip Kumar Roy and Romain Rolland A Lecture by Prof. Chinmoy Guha

 

 

 

 

143rd Birth Anniversary of Sri Aurobindo 15th August 2015: The Ceremony of Timeless Cognition of the Self that Rewards those who Wait-Without-Waiting

Sri Aurobindo

Sri Aurobindo: 143rd Birth Anniversary 15th Aug 2015

“Awakened to the meaning of my heart

That to feel love and oneness is to live

And this the magic of our golden change,

Is all the truth I know or seek, O sage.”

– Savitri, Sri Aurobindo

The Great Crossing Over of the Boat under the Glowing Orb

                                 The Great Crossing Over of the Boat under the Glowing Orb

‘At dusk the cock announces the dawn;

At midnight, the bright sun’ (From ‘Zenrin Kushu’)

“Amid all the mist of confusion there is still the possibility of a new twilight, not of an evening

but a morning yuga-sandhya.

India of the ages is not dead nor has she spoken her last creative word; she lives and has still something to do for herself and the human people”. (Sri Aurobindo)

The duality of subject & object, of the knower and the known is relative, mutual and inseparable. The object, however, remains as an object for the subject and the subject remains always a subject for the object, though they appear always as phenomenological but the ‘truth’ about them is always noumenological.

Primum Mobile Dante The Divine Comedy Ill Gustave Doré London Cassell p 310

Primum Mobile Dante The Divine Comedy Ill Gustave Doré London Cassell p 310

The STILL POINT is the UNMOVED MOVER OF DANTE {The still point of the turning world: Primum mobile/The Prime Mover or ‘the first moved’}

“At the still point of the turning world. Neither flesh nor fleshless;
Neither from nor towards; at the still point, there the dance is,
But neither arrest nor movement. And do not call it fixity,
Where past and future are gathered. Neither movement from nor towards,
Neither ascent nor decline. Except for the point, the still point,
There would be no dance, and there is only the dance.”

– Burnt Norton, Four Quartets, T.S. Eliot

In the great age of this manvantara              

The Dialogue of the Sage and the King on Manvantara in Srimad Bhagavatam

The Dialogue of the Sage and the King on Manvantara in Srimad Bhagavatam

You saw hidden in Her face

What others could not envision or think:

The abysm of the unbodied infinite’

Thou spoke the unspoken words

From the limitless depths of an eternal space

‘A fathomless zero occupied the world’.

Still and quiescent

Every moment

The countless eons followed each other

Like a tedious argument that lost its course in the desert’s wild temptation of mirages 

And the birds come and go

The sky and pool empty as it were

Replicate order in the manifested chaos

Still and quiescent 

Every moment                                                                                                  

Torus Showing Dynamic Energy Flow Process in the most Balanced Way

Torus Showing Dynamic Energy Flow Process in the most Balanced Way

They break free and fly

And bondage and salvation the same thing

Inside and outside of a coat of arms

And there is in man nothing special

Yet he has 

The indivisible charm of a great cosmic truth

Birth is an allowance

Death too,

M.C. Escher observing a set of Nested Platonic Solids

M.C. Escher observing a set of Nested Platonic Solids

We are dying into another realm                

And darkness covers the face of the deep

And the Void lifted it from the heap

Blissful in this state of twilight darkness 

Slowly, the soul walked in a halo of silence

And milked the ocean of paradise

Transubstantiating darkness into light

For He will have eyes to give light to the suns 

And the heart feeling the pathos of joy

The anointed music of an unbroken toy

Pealing the root of everlastingness

Nestled in sacred polyhedrons 

Time to be here, or, there

Or, nowhere, but alone in a small boat

Strangely the night your only companion

The tooth of the shark

The glory of the Ark

Hibiscus awaiting on the shore

O! Heraclitean fire of profound grand indifference           

Maa Kali Projected on NY's Empire State Building /Source International Business Times/Artist Andrew Jones did the Painting of Maa Kali/artwork by filmmaker Louie Psihoyos & co as part of Projecting Change

Maa Kali Projected on NY’s Empire State Building /Source International Business Times/Artist Andrew Jones did the Painting of Maa Kali/artwork by filmmaker Louie Psihoyos & co as part of Projecting Change

Awake yourself to the light of this great day

Sailing away

Or, you stop not to blink at the page of redemption

And burn the effigies of the past forever

And smear the ash in the sky

That soon will be the rainbow 

For you to behold

And you don’t know

What you know

Following the 7 seers of the Oracle of Blind Light

When you have exhausted your thoughts 

Brihadarankya Upanishad Message

Brihadarankya Upanishad Message

Be the wise king who carries the Torch,

Or the fool who lights the candle 

Ending to begin the action of its course

Or, the unending reward of waiting without hope

Always, be sure, calm and resolute

And move without moving

On the still point of the dancing wave!

And do not think of the fruit of action.
Fare forward.
                        O voyagers, O seamen,
You who came to port, and you whose bodies
Will suffer the trial and judgement of the sea,
Or whatever event, this is your real destination.”
So Krishna, as when he admonished Arjuna
On the field of battle.
                                            Not fare well,
But fare forward, voyagers.” (The Dry Salvages, The Four Quartets, T.S. Eliot) 

-J

 

Important Information to Readers, Dr. Ulisse Di Corpo and Dr. Antonella Vannini will be in London to give a talk at  the  20th Anniversary of the interdisciplinary Beyond the Brain conferences organized by The Scientific and Medical Network, UK on “Syntropy and the Attraction of Love: a Possible Explanation of Non-Locality and Retrocausality”@23rd August, 2015

To know more, please check Beyond the Brain Conference London August 2015

 

A Scientific Understanding of Rabindranath Tagore’s Philosophy in Gitanjali as Expressions of Universal Consciousness and the Fundamental Nature of Reality Dependent on Our Knowing or Experiencing of It

Rabindranath Tagore and Albert Einstein, July 14th 1930, Berlin

Rabindranath Tagore and Albert Einstein, July 14th 1930, Berlin

A Scientific Understanding of Rabindranath Tagore’s Philosophy in Gitanjali as Expressions of Universal Consciousness and the Fundamental Nature of Reality Dependent on Our Knowing or Experiencing of It

 

“I REGARD CONSCIOUSNESS AS FUNDAMENTAL. I REGARD MATTER AS DERIVATIVE FROM CONSCIOUSNESS. WE CANNOT GET BEHIND

CONSCIOUSNESS. EVERYTHING THAT WE TALK ABOUT, EVERYTHING THAT WE AGREED AS EXISTING, POSTULATES CONSCIOUSNESS”- MAX PLANCK,

THE OBSERVER, 1931

 

‘A VAST SURRENDER WAS HIS ONLY STRENGTH’- SRI AUROBINDO, SAVITRI[1]

[1] Savitri by Sri Aurobindo

Gitanjali[1] by Tagore was published in the year 1913, a significant year in the history of sciences and arts and, indeed, in world of culture as well. Niels Bohr came up with quantum theory of the hydrogen atom in the same year following from the result shown by Rutherford’s Gold Leaf Spectroscope experiment that theorized the concept of a nuclear model of atom. Do these events have some degree of non-mechanistic quantum connection between them at David Bohm’s Implicate Level or Order? Does poetry and art meet with science as expressions of universal consciousness? Einstein said “after a certain high level of technical skill is achieved, science and art tend to coalesce in aesthetics, plasticity, and form”. Do we have a deeper synergy between science and poetry expressed through Tagore’s music as vibrations of an underlying cosmic universal consciousness?

At that point of time in the early 20thCentury, the direction in physics was at the micro-level (sub-atomic level) and an

understanding of that with verifiable experiments and observations in a controlled environment. Bohr postulated that atoms consist of negatively charged particles (electrons) that follow circular orbits around a positively charged nucleus. This verification of electrostatic forces including positive and negative charge distribution

over a matrix together with quantum statistical analysis led to the recognition of hidden forces that operate and govern our universe and creation. Scientists previously thought that the gravitational force was the only operating force in the creation, but, at the microcosmic level or atomic level there are other forces that bind a particle with another, there are electromagnetic and strong and weak nuclear forces that too operate randomly in the creation.  At a cognitive level, there was a need to observe or understand the physical phenomena taking place in the external world so as to fathom the components interacting in such a given system and the laws or principles that prevail to determine such processes.

When Tagore writes “Ah, the light dances,…at the centre of my life…(poem 57)[2] – He is expressing his emotions at the

cellular level, or at the level of the field of consciousness and if we correctly interpret that we find correspondence with the Biocentric view of Dr. Robert Lanza[3] where he ascribed the answer to the observer rather than the observed. Light or photons generate a field, every discreet packet of photons involves a field which has direct impact on the body and the mind. As Sean Carroll, Theoretical Physicist at CalTech mentioned in one of his talks delivered at the Fermilab in 2013 that every particle is actually a field and the universe is made up of fields so we can understand that. Tagore’s visual impulse of dancing light is psychokinetic in nature and the poetry is a mere reflection of that inner order of the field expressed in word-rhythm through activation of universal consciousness. Tagore dealt with the fabric of reality which is expressed in the particle nature of things when observed, (The Observer Effect in Quantum Physics[4])  reconciling that with wave form of things when un-observed (the classic example of interference pattern of electrons in the double-slit experiment when there is no observer) in his works through hidden symbols that interweave into one grand force by offering his songs (Git-anjali) to that unified matter or pure substance which is nothing but consciousness that precedes all actions in the creation. The effect of light dancing at a biological level or at the level of cellular of consciousness can be understood if we can comprehend what Dr. Bruce H. Lipton said in his book the Biology of Belief that cells receive and process information from signals outside the cell and that the body acts as a receiver of signals from a non-local field of information which is the consciousness field, this was mentioned also by Dr. David Bohm as the “Super-Implicate Order”.

“The sky opens, the wind runs wild, laughter passes over the earth… (Gitanjali poem 57)

Each of these expressions, the opening of the sky, the wild wind running across and laughter that passes over terrestrial surface are scientific images understood from the thermal and bio-geochemical cycles that we experience on earth; they are the forces that account for the kinetic movement of the words in a verse; the song is itself a movement having a definite vibration ; a hymn is an offering of prayer to the altar of these unified forces that we try to classify and measure; poetry here is a reconciliatory process of union through the manifested bio-diversity in the universe to explain actions of One Infinite Energy emanating from the Void (The Quantum Vacuum) as we know now after experimental evidence demonstrated that empty space is not really empty but has energy from which the universe came into being 13.7 billion years ago.

Each of these images are not a sum total or summation of collective experience over a period of time, but, rather they are fleeting moments of life in a flux that defines what David Bohm has called the Holomovement- the totality of movement of enfoldment and unfoldment in a process that is as dynamic as life and not static at all.

“The time that my journey takes is long and the way of it long.

I came out on the chariot of the first gleam of light, and pursued my voyage through the wildernesses of worlds leaving my track on many a star and planet.

It is the most distant course that comes nearest to thyself, and that training is the most intricate which leads to the utter simplicity of a tune.

The traveller has to knock at every alien door to come to his own, and one has to wander through all the outer worlds to reach the innermost shrine at the end”.

‘My eyes strayed far and wide before I shut them and said `Here art thou!’

The question and the cry `Oh, where?’ melt into tears of a thousand streams and deluge the world with the flood of the assurance `I am!’’’ – (Gitanjali, Poem 12)

"The step from man towards superman is the next approaching achievement in the earth's evolution"- Sri Aurobindo photograph by Henri-Cartier Bresson circa April 1950

“The step from man towards superman is the next approaching achievement
in the earth’s evolution”- Sri Aurobindo photograph by Henri-Cartier Bresson circa April 1950

The words “leaving my track on many a star and planet” are significant they emphasize the fact that the physical universe came from the blue-print of the thought-force which is the origin of all fields and is an expression of the universal consciousness. The final assurance of the poet about his own existence after meandering through life is full of Vedantic optimism that conscious experience or the qualia grants when one has seized the potentiality expressed in the Maha-Vakya[5] “I am the Brahman”- Aham Brahmāsmi. Brahman or the Void is the Great Self or the Ultimate Ground of Being to whom the collection of songs (poems, Gitanjali) is offered.

Tagore makes this point as clear as daylight, through his dialogue with Albert Einstein whom he met at the outskirts of Berlin in July 1930. Tagore explained to Einstein that the world outside is not independent but dependent on us and he talked about the infinite personality of Man as not someone isolated from the world but one “who comprehends the universe. There cannot be anything that cannot be subsumed by the human personality, and this proves that the Truth of the Universe is Human Truth.

Einstein and Pauli

Einstein and Pauli

I have taken a scientific fact to explain this — Matter is composed of protons and electrons, with gaps between them; but matter may seem to be solid. Similarly humanity is composed of individuals, yet they have their interconnection of human relationship, which gives living unity to man’s world. The entire universe is linked up with us in a similar manner, it is a human universe. I have pursued this thought through art, literature and the religious consciousness of man”. (From Tagore –Einstein Dialogue published in January 1931 Issue of Modern Review)

So, Tagore was unknowingly laying credence to the Observer Effect in Quantum Physics which was understood by Noble Laureate, Physicist Dr. Brian Josephson of Cambridge University. According to Dr. Josephson – “Tagore is, I think, saying that truth is a subtler concept than Einstein realises”.

Giving importance to the idea of ‘thought’ and the place of the Observer in observation which is the process of measurement as well, Noble Laureate, Chemist Ilya Prigogine, 1984 said ““Curiously enough, the present evolution of science is running in the direction stated by the great Indian poet”.

Tagore’s poetry and the submission of his poetry as an offering to the Eternal Man unveils the “uttamamam rahasyam”or the highest secret of all which is the Purushottama[6] as explained by Sri Aurobindo in his Essays on the Gita. Here, it is a process of self-discovery that leads to realisation (chittasuddhi or purification) which gives the primary bliss of existence.  The invocation to light is an invocation to matter to open the doors of perception (Aldous Huxley’s Doors of Perception) to cleanse it continually so we can taste the bliss or ‘ananda’ because “the earliest formula of Wisdom promises to be its last, – God, Light, Freedom, Immortality”. (Sri Aurobindo, Life Divine)

Tagore Painting

Tagore Painting

Poetry here is a finer salutation to the will power or force that has driven man to endless discoveries sometimes astonishing him with awe and inspiration.  But since Tagore offered his songs to the Universal Man, the Observer, to the great temple of these forces – he, in fact, is one of the first modern poets who can be regarded as a symbol of the transcendental nature of the universal faculty since Theoretical Physicist Dr. Amit Goswami[7] said that “the nature of consciousness is non-local, unitive and transcendental”.

Each word when selected from a repository – a kind of quantum hyperspace is therefore ready to actively engage or enter into combination with other words to derive a pattern that can determine the law of conservation of mass and energy.  There is consciousness behind all these- the vowels link with consonants to connect the infinite with the finite, to the open system with closed ones, to the spirit with matter. “A hyphen must connect Matter with Mind” (Sri Aurobindo, Savitri, Book I, Canto IV)

At a physical level, Tagore was trying to express the effect of light in the domain of natural reality-on the great taxonomical bio-diversity of plant and animal life together with inanimate particles like wind, river, earth, gems etc. Each in its own right experiences enlightenment because light is an expression of that consciousness. The core idea of a universal being and the happiness he shares with the internal and external worlds, is a kind of energy conservation, one that is equivalent to quantum psychokinesis that exist in the metaphysical realm of language deconstruction and in the linguistic harmony of image-expressions or montages.

The Romantic Birth of a New World

She was Time, Undivided, Timeless and Unbound/Tagore Painting

Analytically, Gitanjali is an offering of a higher dimension to the creative unity of forces {The Theory of Everything[8]} which physicists are still trying to observe and write down as far as history of science is concerned. This quest for unification of forces in Physics from Newton to Maxwell trough to Einstein and the String Theorists, is a classic example of the philosophical ground of realism that has made man think

and introspect living in environmental stimuli based system of complex processes.

“The light is shattered into gold on every cloud, my darling, and it scatters gems in profusion…” (Gitanjali, Tagore)

“The light is shattered into gold on every cloud, my darling, and it scatters gems in profusion…” (Gitanjali, Tagore)

In terms of consciousness, Tagore was experimenting with

language, with emotions that process image formations at the sensual level to accompany the experiential learning at a universal level. It was the closest linguistic demonstration we have of the Rutherford’s Gold Leaf Experiment (1911) that showed the backscattering and deflection of alpha-particles when shot through a gold foil.

Tagore expresses this as ‘gladness without measure’ or the ‘flood of joy’ – a state of infinite being (akin to microscopic model of Hubble’s expanding universe), a sense of micro-gravity experience in a certain time frame of consciousness. In poem 62, he says, “My world will light its hundred different lamps with thy flame and place them before the altar of thy temple”.  The temple is located as the nucleus of the atom where mass is concentrated, it’s the seat of the ‘Purushah’[1], the Brahman, the supreme Reality of Man, which is divine, and the Shakti[2] or the electrons orbits around it with a half-integer spin.

“The same stream of life that courses through my veins night and day runs through all the world and dances in rhythmic measures”. (Poem 61)

It’s this same stream of life that dances in rhythmic measures that Tagore talks about is what is referred by scientists as the ‘quantum-entanglement’, a state when a change in a particle affects all other particles irrespective of distance and time between them.

From a linguistic point of view, we can say that words affect words as they are connected to the psyche that generates emotions from an experiential time, – it is the consciousness of the indivisible particles that triggers the change so the dance takes uniformity of thoughts in a singular vision to adjust its cognitive settings to take innumerable snapshots from reality to compose simultaneously the songs or hymns that make Gitanjali what it is an ‘offering’ to itself and to the great alter of these forces.

When we learn to explore events in history, we find that two separate events are readily interconnected in time through the underlying descent of consciousness in matter and at the same time through the cyclical process of ascent of consciousness that conjoins with the earlier to transfigure human civilisations for a better living. This is simply the evolutionary biology at work through consciousness in the poetry of Rabindranath Tagore and through the path breaking scientific works of Rutherford, Niels Bohr, Einstein, Satyendranath Bose, C V Raman, Pauli, Dirac et al.

Rabindranath Tagore Painting Untitled

Rabindranath Tagore Painting Untitled

Whether it is poetry or science or art or architecture the underlying truth remains the same and we posit reiterating Sherlock Holmes “When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth”. And the truth is “what the Upanishads say: “from joy does spring all this creation, by joy is it maintained, towards joy does it progress, and into joy does it enter. It means that God’s creation has not its source in any necessity; it comes from his fullness of joy; it is his love that creates, therefore in creation is his own revealment”. (From Sadhana-The Realization of Life, Tagore) Tagore’s ideas were radical because he mentioned to Einstein that the world out there was not independent of our experience of it but rather it is not and modern science like quantum physics and bio-centrism makes it clear right from the onset. Thus it can be said that finest poetry like the Gitanjali or the Vedic verses are integration of the laws of the universe as manifested through consciousness because “Consciousness is the ground of all being”. (Dr Amit Goswami)

Joy Roy Choudhury, 2015-03-14 ( Article in Science and Scientist Conference Nepal 17th & 18th April 2015 organized by Bhakti Vedanta Institute, Princeton)

 

References:

  1. Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore, 1920 Edition
  2. On the Nature of Reality, Albert Einstein in Conversation with Rabindranath Tagore published in January, 1931 issue of Modern Review
  3. “The Self-Aware Universe- An Interview with Dr. Amit Goswami” by Craig Hamilton, What is Enlightenment? (Spring-Summer 1997)
  4. Savitri, Essays on Gita, Life Divine by Sri Aurobindo
  5. Pilot Wave Theory, Bohmian Metaphysics, And the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics Lecture 8 by Dr. Mike Towler, TCM Group, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge
  6. Existence of Thought Force and its Characteristics by Dr. Dhananjay Pal American Journal of Physical Chemistry, Science Publishing Group
  7. Consciousness- A Hyperspace View by Dr. Saul-Paul Sirag
  8. The Biology of Belief by Dr. Bruce H. Lipton
  9. Biocentrism by Robert Lanza, MD with Bob Birman
  10. The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley
  11. A Computable Universe by Sir Roger Penrose, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK

[1] Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore 1920 Edition

[2] Poem 57 from Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore

[3] Biocentrism by Robert Lanza, M.D. with Bob Berman

[4] The Observer Effect tells that there is no reality until that reality is perceived

[5] The Great Sayings of the Upanishads

[6] Supreme Being or Supreme Purusha

[7] “The Self-Aware Universe – An Interview with Dr. Amit Goswami” by Craig Hamilton. What is Enlightenment? (Spring-Summer 1997)

[8] TOE is the Master Theory or Ultimate Theory that explains and links together all physical aspects of the universe

[9] Self or Consciousness or Universal Principle or the Cosmic Man

[10] Primordial Cosmic Energy

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The Role of ‘Savitri’ in Understanding the Evolution of Consciousness: “The Whole in the Part and the Part in the Whole” Self-Determinism of Fourier Transform and the Cosmic Hologram Effect

Divine Mother in Japan pic 3

Divine Mother in Japan

The Role of ‘Savitri’ in Understanding the Evolution of Consciousness: “The Whole in the Part and the Part in the Whole” Self-Determinism of Fourier Transform and the Cosmic Hologram Effect

Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going? by Paul Gauguin Post-Impressionism circa 1897-98

Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going? by Paul Gauguin Post-Impressionism circa 1897-98

The Whole in the Part

The Part in the Whole

A flame of love

And nothing more

Creating the dynamics of field in a non-linear operating system

That offered to the Brahman, the Flower of Life (back-reaction of IT on BIT to create the retro-causal subjective sensation /self-induced excited states of Qualia)

IN THAT WHOLE PROCESS THERE IS A STILL POINT -NEITHER FORWARD OR BACKWARD IN TIME

THAT’S THE NON-TIME MATTER/YATTER ESSENCE OF CONSCIOUSNESS /SAVITRI’S SELF-DISSOLUTION OF TIME MATRIX

“OUR GREATER TRUTH OF BEING LIES BEHIND:

OUR CONSCIOUSNESS IS COSMIC AND IMMENSE,

BUT ONLY WHEN WE BREAK THROUGH MATTER’S WALL

IN THAT SPIRITUAL VASTNESS CAN WE STAND

WHERE WE CAN LIVE THE MASTERS OF OUR WORLD…” (Savitri – Sri Aurobindo)

“YO YACH CHHRADHAH SA EVA SAH: MAN IS KNOWN BY HIS FAITH”

IF THE FLOWER CAN FRUIT THE ESSENCE OF THE UNIVERSE

THEN OUR THOUGHTS EMBODY A NON-LOCAL PLANE OF CONSCIOUSNESS

WHICH HOLDS THE MATERIAL ESSENCE OF BEAUTY AND TRUTH

EACH ON A RELATIVE FRAME BASED ON OBSERVER DEPENDENT DE SITTER COSMOLOGY

THEREFORE, THE WHOLE IN THE PART IS SELF-DEPENDENT CAUSALITY UNFOLDING THE WHOLE IN EVERY PART OF A RETRO-CAUSAL HOLOGRAM THROUGH THE PROCESS OF EVOLUTION OF CONSCIOUSNESS

DUALITY IS FUNDAMENTAL IN UNDERSTANDING THE HOLOMOVEMENT

WITHOUT IT THERE IS NO TRANSCENDENCE

THE ONLY REALITY THAT IS TRANSCENDENTAL IS THE REALITY OF 1

when the grass sings

the waters clap the thunder over the hills

then know it for certain, that the sun is re-born in a conch shell

to seed the light that will become sound in yetra-yetra light years

HARI OM TAT SAT

-J

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Jon Crag Cooper American Composer

Jon Crag Cooper American Composer

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On the Occasion of Divine Mother’s 137th Birth Anniversary-The Part She Plays in Orchestrating the Work: From the Streets of Paris to Feeding Pigeons to Stars and Galaxies/21st February 2015

Divine Mother on the streets of Paris

Divine Mother, Mirra Alfassa in front of St Mark’s Basilica, Venice, Italy

Feeding the pigeons

Chonemorpha fragrans, Frangipani vine

Chonemorpha fragrans, Frangipani vine

Feeding the world

Feed in your heart

With her love song

Its stronger than a kiss

Softer than the sun

In the playground of the sky

run run run

Time cannot juxtapose synergies of an ancient truth; they are prevalent in the musical travelogues of the troubadours. With each passing day, the tree has expressed its own offering to the creation in an almost silent way. The fruit has gathered the flower’s morphogenetic vibrations in a little note from a bird that will nest in the future. Rhythm of an arcane moment eternise the Rialto so it can taste the artistic freedom of a higher existence. You may honour the season’s paeans in the sweet gesture of a firefly that sees every end as a cyclical reverie of the moon- this is the root of remembering the being visited by a sudden light half sunk in the river of ecstasy.

“A Light there is that leads, a Power that aids;

Unmarked, unfelt it sees in him and acts:

Ignorant, he forms the All-Conscient in his depths,

Human, looks up to superhuman peaks:

A borrower of Supernature’s gold,

He paves his road to Immortality”.  (Savitri, Sri Aurobindo)

Silken center touched by the scream in meditative stillness will generate karma from the vacuum grid – feeding the heart with her songs …regain consciousness  in the bliss of business called divine life – from light you are earning the gift of vision to experience…from darkness you are learning the deep solitude of the epiphany of space-time causal-rhyme

Divine Mother in a Playful Mood with Puppies

Divine Mother in a Playful Mood with Puppies

Feed the pigeons

Feed the puppies

Feed the world

Like your lassie

each wounded bird tells its story to the dim forest branches; scattered by the winds the starlight pierces the soft warm skin beneath…its last song is the theatrical eternal fossil that plays out time to capture Bresson’s decisive moment…Are you awake to Andre Gide, Marcel Proust and the oracles of Rimbaud?

 

She feeds the stars from the pigeons; the pigeons from the stars…

Keep faith

As you wait…

Tomorrow the song will be sung

By all…

-J

Video Concept & Voice by Monalisa/Words by J