Spin in the Torus and the Higher Aesthetic Value of Art in Spiritual Development of the Human Race: 11th Century Dancing Ganesha Idol from North Bengal, Asian Art Museum, Berlin

Dancing Ganesha sculpture from North Bengal, 11th century AD, Asian Art Museum of Berlin (Dahlem)

Dancing Ganesha sculpture from North Bengal, 11th century AD, Asian Art Museum of Berlin (Dahlem)

Doors Handbill for June 15th 1968 Concert at Sacramento Memorial Auditorium

The Doors Handbill for June 15th 1968 Concert at Sacramento Memorial Auditorium

“The flowers depart when we hate to lose them;

The weeds arrive while we hate to watch them grow”– Dogen 

“But beyond and above this intellectual utility of Art, there is a higher use, the noblest of all, its service to the growth of spirituality in the race….Spirituality is a wider thing than formal religion and it is in the service of spirituality that Art reaches its highest self-expression. Spirituality is a single word expressive of three lines of human aspiration towards divine knowledge, divine love and joy, divine strength, and that will be the highest and most perfect Art which, while satisfying the physical requirements of the aesthetic sense, the laws of formal beauty, the emotional demand of humanity, the portrayal of life and outward reality, as the best European Art satisfies these requirements, reaches beyond them and expresses inner spiritual truth, the deeper not obvious reality of things, the joy of God in the world and its beauty and desirableness and the manifestation of divine force and energy in phenomenal creation….Therefore Art has flowed in two separate streams in Europe and Asia, so diverse that it is only now that the European aesthetic sense has so far trained itself as to begin to appreciate the artistic conventions, aims, and traditions of Asia. Asia’s future development will unite these two streams in one deep and grandiose flood of artistic self-expression perfecting the aesthetic evolution of humanity….Art can express eternal truth, it is not limited to the expression of form and appearance…All human activity reaches its highest and noblest when it succeeds in bringing body, heart, and the mind into touch with spirit…What Nature is, what God is, what man is can be triumphantly revealed in stone or on canvas.” – ‘The National Value of Art’, Sri Aurobindo

Why are there beings at all, instead of Nothing?”
― Martin Heidegger, Introduction to Metaphysics      

Heidegger

                                Heidegger

Stillness mirrors ecstasy

The gamma ray pulsars spinning prodigiously

Sending signals back in a loop

Sculpting in time

Out of wood and stone

Images or forms that vibrate with celestial beauty

Through an interlocutory medium

Plastic and sensory

Intuitively mobile

Movements of the discreetness of matter

That are felt by thoughts

And hearts connecting to stillness in nature

Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy in b/w the Lights

                   Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy in b/w the Lights

Originating the playful dance of Ganesha

Over nano fibers in the torus stretching to the origin in the omniverse

Intelligent circuits coded in sound

Giving rise to Skills – Spatio-Kinetic-Integrated-Language-Levels (both Verbal/Non-Verbal communicative techniques)

That present humanity must develop

As the tendency of the highest mind to break optical illusions

And become only the photon to be sensed by the Void

Swallowed by the gravity in the black hole pool

To be on the other side (Imaginative Hyper-connective Vessels – Frinctuon of Adi Chinatamani Stone)

Leaving Hawkings’ super-translations as a trace on the event horizon

Though with low resolution

For the phenomenal world to read

And ponder upon…

-J

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Memory of the Monosyllable from a Future Point Walking Backwards to Create a Non-Unitary Case for Post-Quantum Entanglement

Memory of the Monosyllable from a Future Point walking backwards to create a Non-Unitary Case for Post-Quantum Entanglement 

He walked on infinite paths

The Path to Kailas by Nicholas Roerich circa 1932

The Path to Kailas by Nicholas Roerich circa 1932

Many-worlds he trod

Sometimes as the Old Lord, the Guardian of these universes

Other times as the youth of light

Proficiently minding

His ways mysterious

This world will holler to a standing point

-Babaji Maharaj

I

Sailors  of the blue china’s sea

At Chandannagore (Babaji Maharaj)

At Chandannagore (Babaji Maharaj)

Drank  the  milky  lava

Within  the  intellectual  senseless  change.

II

The   solar  wall behind  the pygmy man

Wore   the silent  cauldron  frame

From  the knowledge  of ambiguous  love and  beauty.

III

Passions  lying  in the  empty  object

Circumscribes  immense  wisdom;

Advanced  architecture  magnifies  the  horse

Earning  the chance from  a geometer.

IV

Whatever  be  the sacred  edifice

The  style  and  its opposite  crown

Paul Klee Painting 1903

Paul Klee Painting 1903

Wrote  the excursionists’ dawn

On  the dark  skin  of  the forest  poison.

V

Its  smooth  conical  death

Like  the cold  phoenix

Dissolved   the pin-point  blindness.

VI

Music  in  easy  chairs

Exploding  the  summer  marches

Restored  luminous  kinship.

VII

The variable  power  beyond  the relative cow

Offers  tetracausal-jump  before the plural  sacrifice;

Spiral Galaxy

Spiral Galaxy

The legs are watching the  unizonal  rhinoceros.

VIII

Retrozip   zero  welded the  standstill  signal

Establishing  the agricultural  tribe

To  include  faithful  seconds

In  the single  root  of the light  chord;

IX

The stranger  burnt  her pi-reflected  april

Yellow is  the  brother of  the elastic-tortoise.

X

Time  and  its deck plain  pride

Diminished  the resilient possession

Tilting  many  abnormal  afternoon  contemplations

Stephen Hawking in his garden in St Albans aged 12 with his bicycle (Rex) circa 1954

Stephen Hawking in his garden in St Albans aged 12 with his bicycle (Rex) circa 1954

XI

Palpable  pleasure  of  the sunken  decision

Became  the primrose  property

Opening  the granite  shadow  behind  the lilac.

– J