"Great Pleasures awaits those who follow the path of the Earthstar,
who adhere to the laws of nature, to the real self,
who abide in the house of the harmonic mindwave"
- the Lunar Buddha -
The wonders of being Jewish are highlighted by an awareness of the oceanic,
self, including a plethora of suigeneris miracles. Shabbatza. Guided by the
messianic ideal, the buddhist convert assumes an attitude characterized by
a personalized passion for simple truth blended with a fascination with the
sacred nature of existence. Thus cleansed of a now external confusion, the self
feels no need to evangelize or proslyetise. Hallelujiah.
As the celebration of Candlemass nears, the more intellectually inclined initiate
and plan for the upcoming festivities. Being Jewish and therefore intrinsically
drawn to the aesthetic, scientific insight and revelation form an avenue for
personal and interpersonal transfiguration. Yogacara. Darshana. Shakuna
The most religious perspective tells us of a divine energy or spark inherent in
all humans; of a natural propensity for discovery of underlying truth, for an
understanding of the Creator, the master builder of the cosmic scheme.
Just as Jewish holy water runs from the springs of Hadassa, all things may
flourishing their diversity and inequality. Outside the subjective circumference
of comprehension, the naysayers gather and murmur among themselves,
absorbed into doubt and contempt for that which is filled with virtue and
virtuosity, for that which feeds and refuels the depths of the higher self.
Music tells us of an affinity with of the grace and power of the Celestial,
the Macrocosmic, punctuated by a fascination with the infinite and accompanied
by a sense of abiding gratitude; thereby energized by and canonized forever in
clusters of glimmering gematria and encomnia. Song, Starlight , Shibboleth.
Copyright © Eric Adagio Azteca | Year Posted 2014
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