THRU REQUIRED ACTIVITIES..
OUTER CHAOS AND ACCUMULATIONS
A CANVAS FOR SOULFULL CREATION’S
CLEARINGS & BEAUTIFICATION
PRISTINE PRIMAL REPOSE…*
*See Read More Below Afternoon Photos
for much that Appeared pre-Sunrise
the Above Whisper Worded
There is only one state.
When corrupted and tainted by self-identification,
it is known as an individual.
When merely tinted by the sense of presence,
of animated consciousness,
it is the impersonal witnessing.
When it remains in its pristine purity,
untainted and untinted in primal repose,
A Net of Jewels
Primordial “I AM”.
dmm - 1989
People are rarely aware that fire
puts them in touch with and activates primordial powers.
Nor do they understand what fire represents on the psychic plane.
the astral fire of lower desires,
which consumes beings,
forcing them to endure great suffering,
and the fire of spiritual aspirations,
which allows all that is pure and noble in them to shine.
which plunge them into a living hell!
With what pleasure this fire leaps upon them and devours them,
as they have everything it needs to feed on,
and soon all that is left is ashes and smoke.
on the other hand,
seeks out those who walk the path of disinterested love,
self-denial and sacrifice.
anything of the same nature as itself.
When it enters someone,
it burns only those few impurities that remain in them.
and itself becomes light,
because it has
the same vibration as divine fire.
Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov
I share here excerpts from an ancient text of India called ‘Song of the Avadhut’,
which has been translated by Swami Abhayananda.
Although it has been attributed to Dattatreya – most probably a legendary figure –
the author is unknown, but it is agreed
that it was written around the 9th or 10th centuries.
‘Avadhut’ means ‘liberated being’.
The song describes what it means to be spiritually liberated.
Swami Abhayananda gives here a short answer:
It is the screen, the awareness itself, that is our true identity.
It is that unchanging consciousness,
the eternal witness of all movements
of thought and appearance,
which is who we really are.
It is That which is our real, our only, Self.”
Below - a few excerpts from
Song of the Avadhut
I have no beginning, middle, or end;
I have never been, nor will ever be, bound.
My nature is stainless; I’m Purity itself.
This I know as a certainty.
Silencing the mind will not lead you to purity;
The Guru’s instructions will not lead you to purity;
That purity is your Essence.
It’s your very own Consciousness!
Then renounce renunciation as well.
But, whether you renounce or do not renounce,
Enjoy the nectar of your natural state.
Where is the question of attachment or non-attachment?
Pure and unpartitioned as the infinite sky,
He is, Himself, the Reality in Its natural form.
As a bhogi (enjoyer), he is beyond enjoyment and non-enjoyment.
Thus, he wanders leisurely, leisurely,
While in his mind arises the natural bliss of the Self.
See above link for entire Song of the Avadhut
A beautiful beach day/afternoon...but am "quarantined' in the Abode.......
...waiting on Internet Repair Specialists out of Nassau....
becomes an experience of cosmic joy
and at the same time,
remains just a simple walk on the beach.
and yet also I am the beach
and the shells and the ocean and the horizon.
I am walking through me.
“I” has been assimilated by the totality
and I have assimilated the totality
and it’s just very amazing and yet totally ordinary.
Joan Ruvinsky’s new book,
The Recognition of Our Own Heart –
an interpretive translation of the Pratyabhijñahrdayam
Saturate with miriam louisa's entire Sharing re: this new book on link below:
5:25 AM - AUGUST 3, 2019
sharings re: a new book
see details on miriam's link:
What has HELPED SO MUCH this predawn morning