This week’s unedited notes randomly collected, loosely or directly related to this weeks podcast:
Upanishad from different levels of reality
clean the fish bowl is the only solution
if thousands of years of history has proven one thing, it is that current approaches to world peace do not work: clean the fish bowl is the only answer: Mt Soma is dedicated to that; residents gain liberation in the process
remodeling kitchen so no food service at Mt Soma for a while.
dissolution and creation of universe
My universe is my self
experience atma as the field of sensory perception
Silence, or space, is found as Shiva.
He Who Has No Name observes without bias the illusion
Why the enlightened are not easy to understand:
what is “this’? What is “that”? In enlightenment, what was ‘this’ becomes ‘that’ and what was ‘that’’ becomes ‘this’. God is closer than people think.
Veda is not easy to interpret/understand: meaning on many levels [even pandits interpret with different meanings… language of nature, not just of humans
For him who does not know being [the transcendent] what can the hymns of Veda accomplish?
what lies beyond [not born of] the mind… cosmic intelligence… foundation of natural thoughts… in harmony with nature.
Consciousness is Brahman (Prajnanam Brahma).
Aitareya Upanishad 3.1.3
|“I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.”|
|MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.|
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