Freed from the Burden of ‘GRAVITY’, should we not dance- not only in the Body, but also in the Mind?- TESLA-VIVEKANANDA Hyper-link to NETWORK CONVERGENCE

Swami Vivekananda

 

“Only that day dawns to which we are awake”. – Henry David Thoreau

“When Knowledge is destroyed the dream is seen”. (Shiva Sutras)

So, PRACTICE META-COGNITION.

‘Thought and Conceptuality are always held up to us by the Masters as the obstacle to Áwakening”. (The 10th Man, Wei Wu Wei)

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It was at a party given by Sarah Bernhardt that Nikola Tesla probably first met Swami Vivekananda. [9] Sarah Bernhardt was playing the part of ‘Iziel’ in a play of the same name. It was a French version about the life of Bhudda. The actress upon seeing Swami Vivekananda in the audience, arranged a meeting which was also attended by Nikola Tesla”. (Nilola Tesla and Swami Vivekananda by Mr. Toby Grotz, President, Wireless Engineering) – From Tesla Memorial Society of New york

 

The first encounter                                                                          Swami Vivekananda room in Antpur

Pulsation of a receding star

Evoking the rhythm of the flower garland sutra     

Healing Buddha

The Awakened One

In the plinth of a rocky bed

In the calcite under the ocean floor;

The moving mist

Beholds the sunshine on her lap

Partaking radiance of a musk deer

Synchronous with choric silence

That etches itself on the patterns of a leaf

Composing poetics that defies gravity

An arrow shot into the sky

A moment of surrender

Perhaps, that of self dissolution

Through the eternal gap in the circuit      

vishnu-multiple-universes

Lord Vishnu and Multiverses

Knowing the Way

Like a calf in an ocean of milking stars

Perfecting beneficence

By awakening to a time beyond mind

In that unbounded serenity, the BRIDGE…

Chetonar vaikunthe

Pipashay bhara hrad

Mukto praner abhishikto prem

Tar tarjanir sharay rajani kamalakanta alokmay pradip

Jyotsnar rasa-samudre se snigdha banpalashir madhurangam

Ei bodher udoy suryer aloksparshe chinmay aurobindo

Ar alokanandar strote baye jay koto ajana katha

Baye jay biramhin ganer muhurto guli

Chakrer chande beje othe kato bhubon naad

Ora budbuder nay miliye jay

Tarjanir esharay

Jetha amar astitwo ar nei….

10/11—01-18

-J


Press Release

Illuminating London’s West End This January 
What’s On in London’s West End during Lumiere London18th – 21st January 2018 

 

 

The spotlight is set to shine on London’s West End as the iconic location takes on a new light as part of the UKs largest light festival Lumiere London, produced by Artichoke and supported by Mayor of London.

 

Over four free nights from 18th-21st January, the UKs most visited destination, which boasts some of the world’s best hotels, restaurants, bars, theatres, art galleries and shopping experiences – will take centre stage at this spectacular light festival.

 

More than 16 UK and international artists will transform some of the most iconic and celebrated landmarks, streets and location across London’s West including Carnaby, Chinatown London, Leicester Square, Mayfair, Oxford Circus, Piccadilly, Piccadilly Circus, Regent Street St James’s, Seven Dials, Covent Garden and St James’s Market, into a vast outdoor exhibition space, offering audiences new and surprising perspectives on the world famous streets and iconic landmarks.

 

As well as getting the opportunity to witness some of the area’s most historic landmarks in a dazzling new light, visitors and Londoners will be able to sample a host of other incredible activities taking place in the area throughout January – so why not make a weekend of it this January and enjoy the unlimited opportunities for discovery across London’s West End.

 

Lumiere Returns To London’s West End

 

*more installations to be announced in January 2018

 

ACROSS LONDON’S WEST END

Be sure not to catch the The Umbrellas Project which will be taking on the West End streets. A choreographed performance piece using LED umbrellas by Bristol-based Cirque Bijou which has been working with community groups in Redbridge, Greenwich, Lambeth and Waltham Forest through a series of choreography and performance workshops to create a glowingly beautiful artwork that will pop-up in different locations across London’s West End.

 

CARNABY

Head to Ganton Street to view the 51 oversized Light Bulbs suspended from the sky. The LED light bulbs light up in a rainbow of colours, creating a spectacular light show. The Giant Plug on Ganton Street is a characteristic feature of Carnaby. This award-winning piece of urban art is lit up at night and changes colour regularly.

 

CHINATOWN LONDON

A flock of extraordinary flame coloured Flamingos will waft serenely amongst the crowds in Chinatown London, designed by the ever imaginative Jo Pocock and the Lantern Company.

 

GROSVENOR SQUARE, MAYFAIR

Northern Lights by Aleksandra Stratimirovic at Grosvenor Square is inspired by the enthralling experience of viewing the aurora borealis, recreated in a spectacular and poetic natural light phenomenon in Grosvenor Square. Passers-by will be able to experience the wonder and magic of the shimmering northern lights in a city and a place where they would never naturally appear.

 

LEICESTER SQUARE GARDENS

One of the oldest and most established entertainment centers in the UK will be transformed into an evocative illuminated world, bringing a sense of the wild into the heart of the city, lead artist Jo Pocock and the Lantern Company – Nightlife. Populated by a host of curious nocturnal creatures in a luminous secret garden, the installation plays with the tension between wild spaces and urban city life. A world away from the hustle and bustle of the capital, this busy, central area will become a space for quiet reflection and a gathering place to celebrate the beautiful and wild.

 

SOUTH AUDLEY STREET, MAYFAIR

South Audley Street in Mayfair will host Bough 3 a new commission for Lumiere London by British artist and lighting designer, Simon Corder – vivid tubes of fluorescent light will grow up the façade of this significant Mayfair building, climbing like ivy up the wall, over and around the ornate decorations in the brickwork, bathing the surrounding site in a soft blue light. This will be a third in a series of Bough projects by Corder, previously installed in Glasgow and at Oxo Tower Wharf.

 

PICCADILLY

The Royal Academy of Arts on Piccadilly will become the canvas for a brand new installation inspired by the flowing lyrical movements of Matisse’s dancing figures. Artist Rhys Coren has created Love, an animation of two intricately paper-cut figures who will dance elegantly across the building’s stone facade, clasping each other in romantic embrace.

 

REGENT STREET

The world famous Hotel Café Royal on Regent Street will host Voyage by Camille Gross & Leslie Epzstein (France). The installation is inspired by the physical journey through time and space, from the Industrial Revolution, through the Belle Epoque and both World Wars, arriving at the present day. It is characterised by the immediate and frantic speed of travel, all measured by the rhythmic movement of a giant illuminated clock and projected onto the facade of the Hotel Café Royal building on Regent Street.

 

ST JAMES’S MARKET, ST JAMES’S 

At St James’s Market discover Supercube by artist Stefane Masson who will transform 450 ordinary Kilner jars into a magical multi-screen cube full of surprises. A miniature giraffe, a pink elephant or a miniature version of yourself are just some of the many small moving images that can be found when you peer inside one of Masson’s multi-coloured jars.

 

 

SOUTH MOLTON STREET, MAYFAIR

In the heart of Mayfair and just off the bustling Oxford Street, visitors can seek out Impulse by Canadian design practice, Lateral Office, a set of eight illuminated interactive seesaws that invite the public to find their inner-child and play in an urban, public space. The more they move, the more light and sound is produced, to create a kinetic and dynamic experience that is different for each user. The installation creates an intimate space for imaginative play where adults and children alike can experiment to create harmonic patterns through collective movement.

 

 

What’s On In London’s West End During Lumiere

 

From Carnaby to Covent Garden, and Leicester Square to Piccadilly, Regent Street and more, visitors to Lumiere can enjoy dazzling art displays whilst sampling London’s West End’s unrivalled arts and culture, delectable dining, outstanding shopping experience and world-famous hotels.

 

Exhibitions & Events
Royal Academy Of Arts

 

From Life

Until 11 March 2018

In December, the Royal Academy of Arts will present From Life, a special exhibition project that will examine what making art from life has meant to artists throughout history and how the practice is evolving as technology opens up new ways of creating and visualising artwork.

Physical Energy

Until 30 March 2018

The renowned equestrian sculpture by GF Watts, first displayed in the Royal Academy’s courtyard in 1904, returns 113 years later in a new bronze cast. The Royal Academy of Arts are presenting a new bronze cast of Physical Energy by George Frederic Watts RA. The culmination of Watts’s ambition in the field of public sculpture it embodies the artist’s belief that access to great art would bring immense benefits to the country at large.

National Gallery

 

Reflections: Van Eyck and the Pre-Raphaelites

Until 2 April 2018

The exhibition will bring together for the first time the ‘Arnolfini Portrait’ with paintings from the Tate collection and loans from other museums, to explore the ways in which Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828–1882), Sir John Everett Millais (1829–1896) and William Holman Hunt (1827–1910), among others, were influenced by the painting in their work.

 

Drawn in Colour: Degas from the Burrell

Until 7 May 2018

The Burrell Collection holds one of the greatest collections of Degas’s works in the world. Rarely seen in public, this exhibition marks the first time the group of 20 pastels has been shown outside of Scotland, since they were acquired.

National Portrait Gallery Cézanne Portraits

Until 11 February 2018

This major international exhibition brings together for the first time over fifty of Cézanne’s portraits from collections across the world, including works which have never been on public display in the UK. Cézanne (1839-1906) is one of the most influential artists of the nineteenth century and his unique method of building form with colour and analytical approach to nature influenced the art of Cubists, Fauvists, and successive generations of avant-garde artists.

 

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize

Until 8 February 2018

The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize is the leading international photographic portrait competition, celebrating and promoting the very best in contemporary portrait photography. The selected images, many of which will be on display for the first time, explore both traditional and contemporary approaches to the photographic portrait whilst capturing a range of characters, moods and locations.

Food and Drink Specials
Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill A complimentary glass of champagne per person when dining at our restaurant during the period of the festival from 18th – 21st January 2018.
T & C’s:t Guests can either book in advance or quote “Lumiere Festival” at the door to receive one comp glass of champagne on arrival, but will have to order food off the lunch or dinner menu. The offer will be available for the duration of the festival.
Picturehouse

 

The Picturehouse café and first floor bar/restaurant will be welcoming visitors to Lumiere London. Film listings available here: https://www.picturehouses.com/cinema/Picturehouse_Central/Whats_On
Hotel and Accommodation Specials
Every Hotel Piccadilly Special Lumiere Weekend Room Package
Booking Link: https://www.every-hotels.com/lumiere-light-festival-,special-offers_viewItem_201-en.html£160 for Standard Double and Twin room bookings.
• This offer is valid for stays between the 18th and 21st of January 2018 only
• Rates (based on Standard rooms): £160 inc. VAT
• Full prepayment is required at the time of booking and is non-refundable / cancellable
• This rate is subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer
• Prices are based on two adults sharing a Standard double / Twin room
• Prices are based per room, on a per night basis, including VAT
• Rates apply to new bookings only
• We reserve the right to make changes to this promotion and other restrictions may apply from time to time
Thistle Trafalgar hotel Special Lumiere Weekend Room Package
Booking Link: https://www.thistle.com/trafalgarsquare/special-offers_viewItem_551-en.html£150 for Standard Double and Twin room bookings
• This offer is valid for stays between the 18th and 21st of January 2018 only
• Rates (based on Standard rooms): £150 inc. VAT
• Full prepayment is required at the time of booking and is non-refundable / cancellable
• This rate is subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer
• Prices are based on two adults sharing a Standard double / Twin room
• Prices are based per room, on a per night basis, including VAT
• Rates apply to new bookings only
• We reserve the right to make changes to this promotion and other restrictions may apply from time to time
Planet Hollywood  

20% off Food, Drinks and Merchandise with the below link

http://www.planethollywoodlondon.com/downloads/lumiere2018.pdf

 

The Beaumont Hotel The weekend prices start at £382 per night for a Classic Room for 2 nights minimum, for arrival on Friday or Saturday night:

 

THE BEAUMONT WEEKEND

Includes ‘Help Yourself’ morning coffee, tea, juices, home-made viennoiseries and preserves in The Cub Room and a ‘Lumiere’ cocktail in the American Bar

https://www.thebeaumont.com/special-offers/special-weekend-rates

 

Our Advanced Purchase Rate is also available during this time, on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, starting at £405 per night for a Classic Room

 

THE BEAUMONT ADVANCED PURCHASE RATE

Non-refundable Rate

Includes ‘Help Yourself’ morning coffee, tea, juices, home-made viennoiseries and preserves in The Cub Room and a ‘Lumiere’ cocktail in the American Bar

Policies:

Cancellations are not possible – a full and non-refundable deposit is required at time of booking

https://www.thebeaumont.com/special-offers/advanced-purchase-rate

 

 

Deliciously Ella Complimentary drink with any Supper bowl
The Ritz Inspired by the Lumiere festival that lights up London in a celebration of art and light,  The Ritz are proud to present their latest cocktail; London’s Lights. Their creation is a perfect balance of fruit and citrus that is an ideal way to start the evening before enjoying the sights and bright lights of London. London’s Lights cocktail will be available in The Rivoli Bar throughout the Lumiere festival.

 

(please see flyer attached that they created with an image)

Simit Sarayi Take a break from touring the dazzling Lumiere London installations and pop in to Simit Sarayi at Piccadilly Circus for a complimentary regular hot drink when you buy a pastry. A great opportunity to warm up and revive ready for more site seeing! Offer available 18th to 21st January from 5:30pm to 10:30pm.  T&C’s – Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer and applies to items including Melts, Borek and Wraps.

 

 

ENDS

For more information about Lumiere London and the festival programme across London’s West End and landmarks across the capital: www.visitlondon.com/lumiere

NOTES TO EDITORS

London’s West End

The UK’s most visited destination – London’s West End attracts more than 200 million visitors a year from across the globe. The area offers a globally unique and unrivalled mix of shopping, culture, food and entertainment and is home to many vibrant neighbourhoods. The West End is home to world famous landmarks from Piccadilly Lights and Trafalgar Square; the iconic shopping areas of Bond Street, Carnaby, Oxford Street, Regent Street and Seven Dials; cultural, creative and entertainment hotspots of Soho, Leicester Square, Piccadilly and Shaftesbury Avenue and world class hotels, luxury shopping, galleries and phenomenal global dining experiences across Mayfair and St James’s.  Key promotional partners for the West End include Westminster City Council, Grosvenor, Heart of London Business Alliance, New West End Company, Regent Street Association, Shaftesbury and The Crown Estate.

 

 

 

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Gangar srote bhashiche ganga

Himadrir kesh o ranjane

Dirgha kaler ek anadi bairagya

Suryer kushume chandrer mani

Ekam evadvitiyam chintamani

Brahman the interval between two dot moments of time

Eternity floats on a vessel

The dance of kriya invokes

The great spirit of Brihadaranyaka

The child smiled

Eyes wide open

The tree gave shelter to thee!

Batashebay

Shudho prem

Jogprapta taru

Bij mantre                                                                          Divine Mother's Symbol

Nirvikalpe

Vivek o anada * Birth of Swami Vivekananda

Ek shishu

The child smiled

Eyes wide open

The tree gave shelter to thee

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The Double Dance of Rishi Yajnavalkya and Sri Babaji Maharaj:

Self-Realization is the key agent of performance

Guru Gorakhnath Old Temple Gujarat

Nurtured by the maternal rivers

Fathered by the ancient rock

Rising from the deep sea

He held the creation on the tip of his finger

Spinning like a top

Beautiful radiant colours it emit

How does it feel?

To be

To be not

In unity we befriend each other

Interconnecting thoughts

To create a feedback loop with the system

Answers back friend-to-friend

Blissful transfer of energy and matter

OM SHANTIH OM SHANTIH OM SHANTIH

 

– J