TANTRA IS THE PHYSICAL TRANSMUTATION OF BEING INTO MAHA-NAAM: CAUSE-EFFECT ARE ONE IN THE ORIGINAL MIND

Kali Da Meditative State

Yogishwar Sri Sri Kalipada Guharoy

Purple Pansies Spring Flower Collection

Purple Pansies, Spring Flowers

‘A sudden bliss will run through every limb    

And Nature with a mightier Presence fill…’ (Savitri by Sri Aurobindo)

Bird and Flower by Ikeda Keisen(1863-1931). Hanging Scroll kakejiku

Bird and Flower/Artist: Ikeda Keisen (1863-1931) Zen Painting Hanging Scroll

When Feng-hsueh was asked by a monk that

‘When speech and silence are both inadmissible,

How can one pass without error?’

The Master replied:

‘I always remember Kiangsu in March-

The cry of the patridge, the mass of fragrant flowers!’

‘The silent moon

In her interlunar swoon…’ (PB Shelley)

‘They flash upon the inner eye

Which is the bliss of solitude’ (William Wordsworth)

IN SEARCH OF THE ‘SUPREME BEING’ OR ‘THE BRAHMAN’Commisioned Portrait of Sri Caitanya Maha-Prabhu

Hari Om Tat Sat -‘I Am the Combining Agent’

This is the principle of Consciousness as discussed in the Taittiriya Upanishad

Which brings about the union between the Enjoyer and the objects of Enjoyment

Perceptible reality changes when one is connected with the Original Mind

There no illusion can stand on its way

Higher you go more clearer it becomes

All objects exist on their own

Cause-effect being one

These objects are dynamic poise in a transitory state of darknessprabhu nityananda pic

Tranquilized by the original mind in a state of supreme silence

maha-samudrer antarale sameyer gati hin pratikriya

Anirban ek baudhha-tantrer prapti

Tantra is the physical transmutation of being into maha-naam

Transcendental revelation of myriad beings add eons to the creational canvas

In the rich infusion of colors

The sun’s bright petals transport (gigahertz of energy) the supreme ecstasy of the unknown Way

And through the gateless Gate you pass into a timeless world

Where alone you are not but supremely the One

The source of all existence

So, the spring has come and slowly moving by…

You travel alone and don’t arrive…

-J

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Mindfulness, Metanoesis and the Cry of the Yellow Blackbird: The Reader, Reading and What is Read is THIS, HERE and NOW Which is neither Entity nor Non-Entity

Cosmological painting, approx. 1750-1850, India; Rajasthan, Opaque watercolors on cloth, From the Collection of William K. Ehrenfeld, M.D.

Cosmological painting, approx. 1750-1850, India; Rajasthan, Opaque watercolors on cloth, From the Collection of William K. Ehrenfeld, M.D.

A moment arrives

Like a slow train coming

Yet ever vigilant

Another one comes

Dewy sky with olive branches of the sun

Returning to their source

A wordless diorama

A spectacle of silence captured by the returning waves

Encounters the ”first born and the ‘unborn’

The theatre of the mind is a receptacle of the actor’s own soul

Did he ever exist in the cry of the gulls or in the conjurer’s dream world?

Did he exist at all? In the vulture’s nest?

Or, in the rocky cliffs wintering desolation?

Yellow-headed Blackbird Male Utah County, Utah PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY JOHN CRAWLEY COPYRIGHTED BY JOHN CRAWLEY

Yellow-headed Blackbird Male Utah County, Utah PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY JOHN CRAWLEY COPYRIGHTED BY JOHN CRAWLEY

Allow me to seek, and, not to seek

That which has found shall always be me

Akkharer pratisabda hariye jay mundo malay

Theme thake samayer praharira

The Yellow Blackbird:

Its voice alone fell,

Leaving nothing behind.

In absolute stillness there is no dance

And there is still the dance

This which we are

This which we are

Sthir gatir rudra chintan

era hariyea gechey abakasher matray

dhulay lutoy noori

In the rock garden

A still and perfectly unmoving trance

Is the movement behind the being or non-being

Kali, Hand colored Wood Block Print (19th century), Calcuta. কোলকাতা

Kali, Hand colored Wood Block Print (19th century), Calcuta. কোলকাতা

“This which seeks is That which is sought;

That which is sought is This which seeks.

There is no seeker, and no thing sought.

There is no do-er, and no thing done.

There is no actor, and no action done”.

-J

 

 

In Conversations with Maha-Avatar Babaji Maharaj: Christ Locale in Shambhala ‘p-p’ Exists not only in Consciousness but in Physical Form with Variable Mass-Energy Interactions

Babaji Maharaj pic

Sri Maha-Avatar Babaji Maharaj

“Oak eye

jesus christ

Christ both as Consciousness and Physical Explicit of the Unmanifest Reality

And rabbit’s fur

Gone too deep

Inside the well

Singing water

Flying fire

In the air in b/w the nostrils of a horse

Perpetuates the eternal pattern of unchanging forms

There to be coincided on a screen

That has the terminal longing of an undecided hour

Arriving verily at the eternal moment

Healing Garuda Tibetan Buddhist Thangka

Healing Garuda Tibetan Buddhist Thangka

For a magic sidewalk

Jim Morrison in Mexico 1969

Jim Morrison in Mexico circa 1969

 

Turning around a pointless dream

To join the silent recluse

Of screaming words

Attaining liberation.

IN CONVERSATIONS WITH MAHA-AVATAR BABAJI MAHARAJ 25th DEC,2015

“The Original Realization is Marvellous Practice”.

Christ locale in Shambhala p-p exists not only in consciousness but in physical form with variable mass-energy interactions

The evidence behind the mutable law of physical non-physical locality is consigned to the higher absolute domains of tat-wat-yat sunyata

Beneath the Void, All is Void– imperfection translated its Original Self to Perfection of supra-causal symmetrical patterns of the original destiny

Mind’s non-local Self is the pure bliss behind all workings of Prakiti/Nature

When you are only confined to the physical attributes of the senses you miss the whole point of the creation

Creation itself a Lila is a super-imposed manipulation of Brahman on Maya encryption

The distinction b/w the Watcher and the Watched is an illusory one

There is nothing watched nor there is any watcher only ‘That exists in It’ completely which cannot be known

Transverse Line Wassily Kandinsky.jpg

Transverse Line by Wassily Kandinsky circa 1923

When the grass grows

And the sun dims itself across the horizon

Who is it that sings lullaby to the stars?

Is it the mountainous rocks with flakes of granular sand?

Or, is it the silvery waves in a tumultuous ocean?

Is it the snow in the crevice?

Kalida Sitting Pensively in the Garden

Yogishwar Sri Kalipada Guharoy in the Garden at Gidni

The wind passing through the doors?

The fire in the woods?

Or, the sky with its empty stomach?

Who is it that sings lullaby to the stars?

Who is?

And who is not?

Sits without sitting

Touches not the forest leaves

Gives

And takes away

Seizes the slender moment’s absconding light

From the sempiternal doors of primordial darkness

Anointing the Self’s gross, physical abode

With a shower of blessings from the final beatitude

Awakening the Eye’s diphthong supra-sensory mode of non-dual vision

For a return to the state of Absolute Brahman

Impregnated in Zero=State of Nitya-Nirvikalpa Samadhi

-J

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Poetry from the Yunho Bags and the Mystical Art of Learning from Pottery: Drop-Leaves as Grace to Activate the Learning Self

Zen and the Art of Pottery

Zen and the Art of Pottery

‘I counted minutes and subtracted miles. Just ahead,

over the rolling wheat fields all golden beneath the distant snows

of Estes, i’d be seeing old Denver at last’ – Jack Kerouac, On the Road

kali da the dreamer

Jack Kerouac

Jack Kerouac

YUNHO/Yield Under Naturalists’ Historical Surplus – THESE ARE INFORMATIONS CALLED DROP-LEAVES

Poet is a potter

Weaving words

From the void

An automatic expression of the hands

When the mind is still

Listening to the universe

Feeling an unknown sensation

Knowing that by recollection

Becoming it

A primordial dance may have sculpted Buddha and Aurobindo {APOLRERNTREN  8896D38 Zip-Birds/Information Carrier}

In its own way scripted what is there beyond         

A Potter and His Apprentice source Wikipedia Pottery

A Potter and His Apprentice source Wikipedia Pottery

Clouds that move are still on the waters

The river nestles an abode of stars

Or they will fly away one day, receding?

You too will appear and disappear

Your face in the mirror is the fear that dislocated the human race

And you may exist on your own

And ceaselessly try

But just for a moment

Stop

Non-doing is the non-locality of action at a point immensely over the whole fabric

Does the sky remain blue?

Do the birds sing?

And winds hurl over the sea?

You may come back again and have a laugh

Purely gyrating

Disown the ownership of the body and mind

Creating the path to higher evolution                                   

BARADA CHARAN MAJUMDAR seated in the center with poet Kazi Nazrul Islam and NB Sanyal: Sri Aurobindo called him

BARADA CHARAN MAJUMDAR seated in the center with poet Kazi Nazrul Islam and NB Sanyal: Sri Aurobindo called him “The Greatest Yogi of Modern Bengal”

By not  seeking                                                                           

HUI-NENG, The 6th Patriarch in Zen

HUI-NENG, The 6th Patriarch in Zen

By not trying

Laughing about all these things

Don’t care about the apple’s fall, starlight and the Muse

No more begging at the door of dreams

Legs move and fingers make

Or unmake the new poetry from pottery

A journey’s long unending course is precisely in not knowing

On the road you don’t know

An arrow needs a bow

And in that afterglow

You may have sometime to drink your tea!

Life’s an adventure amnextarv-D-CUSP-PLIM-899.K/65 DEGREE,EFRAN,CLEX.

– J