When we extend branches to new connections we are connecting with new universes. ~ DiosRaw
As architect and tenant of our imminent destruction and rebirth, we interlock into the chain of motions
Knowing our calling to this life this time as the phoenix is rising
Spiralling into imminent deaths and cyclical awakenings
Nothing is permanent; we live in a world of change taking each moment as Grace
Neurons firing into dreams, believing sense of the senseless sense patterns
We are beings full of ancestral beliefs and conditioning living in a new existence
Awakening to the collective trauma, ancestral lines running deep within the buried subconscious cycles we unconsciously spin
Asking us to pause and consciously decide what to release to travel lightly into a new future
To dream a new dimension of reality looping in dimensional levels.
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Conjoined in the infinititude of cyclical rotations
Embedded within every molecule, quark and energetic spark
An absolute of indivisible
We are the hearts of stars, interstellar coalesced into vastness
Part of something far beyond our imagination
We are ants with cellphones, beyond third dimensional comprehension
I became a peculiarity, my own totality, freed from the cacophony
Together with you, I am you and you are me, you see?
I yearn to be the singularity
I strive to be free again, free from polarity.
Asti is a Sanskrit word that means “it is” or “exists.” In the context of Indian philosophy, asti is the root of the word, astika, which refers to any of the classical schools of thought that believe in the existence of God and the authority of the Vedas, in particular. Asti is also the root word of nastika, which refers to those who do not believe in the authority of the Vedas.
Asti is also the name of a minor figure in Hindu mythology. She and her sister, Prapti, were married to Kamsa, who was king of Vrishni and in some accounts is described as a demon.
Aham vimarsha is a Sanskrit term referring to a perfect self-consciousness or a perfect sense of “I am-ness.” Aham translates to “I am” and vimarsha means “free will” or “will-consciousness.” It can also be defined as the “spontaneous vibration of self-consciousness.”
Yogic philosophy explains that the experience of aham vimarsha encompasses simultaneously experiencing one’s own absolute freedom, infinite bliss (or ananda) and the glory of being. This is described in the scriptures in references to Shiva’s recognition, through his inherent shakti, of his own self-consciousness. Thus, aham vimarsha can be considered the essential nature of Shiva and, consequently, the absolute Self.
We are chasing our own tails, looping around to loop again. ~ DiosRaw
Magnetised through every interaction
Every ripple spread
Each elucidation of our words said
Weaving through the convoluted steps we tread
In every face we meet
Echoing through the voices, bouncing off the street
In the school of mortality
Cradled by forevermore immortality
The Great Spirit is there
Invisibly and formlessly everywhere
In search of our true resting place
Seeking with questions and answers
To be found in experience dancers
The day you were born
You embarked on the greatest journey in this cosmical universe, yet some forlorn
Journeying back to source
We are walking eachother home.