The Integration of Shambhala in the Deep Spiritual Calculus of its 4 Basic Symbols/The Garuda, The Snow-Lion, The Tiger and The Dragon: Mystical Kinship is the Quantum Poetry of Sound-off-Silence

Krishna Bowing to Srimati -Sri Radhika

Sri Krsna Bowing to Srimati -Sri Radhika

Sri Krsna’s all self-offering to Her 

And from Her back to the entire Creation 

Para-brahman of all that exists and will ever exist 

In that sacrificial fire made Love an ocean of Rasa

Hari Nam o sankirtan, Radha-Govinda Chitrakatha

A frame of frames within the literal space-time construct 

commemorates the eternal Yung-Drung of lives 

In the twilight hours the sky, sac-red 

Gave its obeisances for the flowering of peace. 

The Integration of Shambhala in the Deep Spiritual Calculus of its 4 Basic Symbols/The Garuda, The Snow-Lion, The Tiger and The Dragon: Mystical Kinship is the Quantum Poetry of Sound-off-Silence

The ancient bird Garuda is the priest of the sacred Tree     

Chapter 24

Change Returns Success: The Bird (The Garuda) Shambhala Symbol

Holy under the star field

The moon half closed in her vision

Save the flower, fruit and the seed

In the plenary ambit of the rotational cycle 

The tigers roam etching the giant arc of a rainbow

Their majestic movement calm and serene

Towering like the light from the branches of the sun

Crystalline vivid memories flow

Down the liquid tunnel into space arc architecture

Silence of the mountains worship

The streams that run through its veins

The snow-lion treads that vast horizon

Where the stars fiddle with some strange sound   

The 4 Symbols of Shambhala

The 4 Symbols of Shambhala: The Garuda Bird, The Dragon,The Tiger & The Snow-Lion

Music kindled by the fire

By the yung-drung               

By the yung-drung

Their endless cycles all aspire

For thee to descend

Where we shall meet!

Sit there under the cool shade

Eat an apple or a peach!

The dragon not self-hesitating

Awake from the drowsy interior of the seaward pentagram

Seraph of the beautiful dream 

Seraphim of the crowned alabaster

Under the rocky cave of Agastya                           

Jim Morrison The Sac-Red Bard of the Love Street Fard Arden Again...

The Sacred Bard of the Love Street Far Arden Again…

Showed signs of the arrival and departure

Dried thoughts in dead jars of geranium

Cannot utter the innocent child’s eternal rhyme

Lost in the steely graves of the museum or in the booklore of transitory darkness

They blame the ego haunt the body, despair and forget

And kill each other

In the mad ceremony of death.

Yahoava Shiva

Nara-Narayana-Hari

Hara-Hari Altav Mecav

Narasimha yaking yong

Truha Truha Hung

Help you with that!

– Joy

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