Monday, January 26, 2015

Imposed, created reality


We create our own reality for a person, event, occasion, corporate-entity. Quickly various inputs are assumed based on minimal facts and an imagined face is given. Green Valliey was assumed to be something and reality turned out to be different.

This happens all the time with everything we come across. That's   the way mind is built, never living in reality, all the time assuming threats, imagined insecure positions, anxious futures. In the process, missing  to live the connected world. Living the connected physical feeling state, life traverse on that, bereft of all the anxieties related to secured life in all aspects of life.

A person, as he is, is what he makes of himself or what he is made out to be? Then the freewill is!

Is there self-regulation all the time at both macro and micro level? Basic elements are there, including planets and the rest. Then, both at micro and macro level, whatever comes out of self-regulation is. Balancing function is part and nature of total energy. As part of balancing, material world is created. The whole materialistic world created out of thinking is part the total energy. Thinking is prior to materialistic  creation. (Creation or recreation?). ("When one gives one's heart, it is a total action. And when you give your mind, it is a fragmentary action."-K.) And thinking emanates out of mind. Materialistic  stream is flowing all the time.

Materialistic world and functions are necessary and inevitable part of total energy. Whether an individual soul partakes in it or not is its freewill. If it doesn't partake,  it is not an individual soul. Every moment, the choice is there.

Thoughts are from the void?


IF IT IS ONLY DOSHA/PRAKRITI in PLAY all the TIME: It takes away the person, ownership of action and so the guilt, and also the TIME.

If  STATE OF DOSHA/PRAKRITI is responsible for actions/experiences, mine or others, how can I REACT to actions?

Are thoughts from an unknown ​mysterious ​void? If you experience that thoughts occurring are not arising from you, WHAT MORE IS THERE TO UNDERSTAND?

We all come into this world with our unique “blueprint” which is pre-installed in us at birth.​


This blueprint creates “who we are” – our unique personality, our mental and physical characteristics​. It makes us ​literally one of a kind. You may ask what is this blueprint made up of ? It is made up of the same five elements ( fire, ether, air, earth, and water) that our universe is built upon and these five elements are represented in our bodies as three doshas – Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.​
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Each one of us is made up of the combination of these three doshas. Most of us have one or two doshas to be dominant, with third one
​​to be passive. This makes up our unique blueprint or prakriti (constitution) by ayurveda.
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As we grow older and life starts to happen, the proportion of our prakriti starts to fluctuate in response to our inner and outer environment. This gradually creates imbalance in our constitution, which in turn starts to affect our physical and mental health.


Sunday, January 25, 2015

My relationship undergoes a tremendous revolution - JKOnline Daily Quotes



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I generally look at my wife, husband, at a person, with all my prejudices and memories. Through those memories I look; that is the center from which I look; therefore, the observer is different from the thing observed. In that process thought is constantly interfering, through association, and with the rapidity of the association. Now, when I realize the whole implication of that instantly, there is an observation without the observer. It is very simple to do this with trees, with nature; but with human beings, what takes place? If I can look at my wife or my husband non-verbally, not as an observer, it is rather frightening, isn't it? Because my relationship with her or with him is quite different. It is not in any sense personal; it is not a matter of pleasure, and I am afraid of it. I can look at a tree without fear, because it is fairly easy to commune with nature, but to commune with human beings is much more dangerous and frightening; my relationship undergoes a tremendous revolution. Before, I possessed my wife, and she possessed me; we liked being possessed. We were living in our own isolated, self-identifying space. In observing, I removed that space; I am now directly in contact. I look without the observer, and therefore without a center. Unless one understands this whole problem, merely to develop a technique of looking becomes frightful. Then one becomes cynical, and all the rest of it. - Krishnamurti, Collected Works, Vol. XV,145,Choiceless Awareness.

My relationship undergoes a tremendous revolution - JKOnline Daily Quotes

My relationship undergoes a tremendous revolution
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I generally look at my wife, husband, at a person, with all my prejudices and memories. Through those memories I look; that is the center from which I look; therefore, the observer is different from the thing observed. In that process thought is constantly interfering, through association, and with the rapidity of the association. Now, when I realize the whole implication of that instantly, there is an observation without the observer. It is very simple to do this with trees, with nature; but with human beings, what takes place? If I can look at my wife or my husband non-verbally, not as an observer, it is rather frightening, isn't it? Because my relationship with her or with him is quite different. It is not in any sense personal; it is not a matter of pleasure, and I am afraid of it. I can look at a tree without fear, because it is fairly easy to commune with nature, but to commune with human beings is much more dangerous and frightening; my relationship undergoes a tremendous revolution. Before, I possessed my wife, and she possessed me; we liked being possessed. We were living in our own isolated, self-identifying space. In observing, I removed that space; I am now directly in contact. I look without the observer, and therefore without a center. Unless one understands this whole problem, merely to develop a technique of looking becomes frightful. Then one becomes cynical, and all the rest of it. - Krishnamurti, Collected Works, Vol. XV,145,Choiceless Awareness

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

The awareness of which I speak is of what is from moment to moment - JKOnline Daily Quotes

The awareness of which I speak is of what is from moment to moment - JKOnline Daily Quotes


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Understanding comes with the awareness of what is. There can be no understanding if there is condemnation of or identification with what is. If you condemn a child or identify yourself with him, then you cease to understand him. So, being aware of a thought or a feeling as it arises, without condemning it or identifying with it, you will find that it unfolds ever more widely and deeply, and thereby discover the whole content of what is. To understand the process of what is there must be choiceless awareness, a freedom from condemnation, justification, and identification. When you are vitally interested in fully understanding something, you give your mind and heart, withholding nothing. But unfortunately you are conditioned, educated, disciplined through religious and social environment to condemn or to identify, and not to understand. To condemn is stupid and easy, but to understand is arduous, requiring pliability and intelligence. Condemnation, as identification, is a form of self-protection. Condemnation or identification is a barrier to understanding. To understand the confusion, the misery in which one is, and so of the world, you must observe its total process. To be aware and pursue all its implications requires patience, to follow swiftly, and to be still.There is understanding only when there is stillness, when there is silent observation, passive awareness. Then only the problem yields its full significance. The awareness of which I speak is of what is from moment to moment, of the activities of thought and its subtle deceptions, fears, and hope. Choiceless awareness wholly dissolves our conflicts and miseries. - Krishnamurti, Collected Works, Vol. IV,143,Choiceless Awareness

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Out of this awareness there comes a clarity that is not induced - JKOnline Daily Quotes




If you sit on the bank of a river after a storm, you see the stream going by, carrying a great deal of debris. Similarly, you have to watch the movement of yourself- following every thought, every feeling, every intention, every motive-just watch it. That watching is also listening; it is being aware with your eyes, with your ears, with your insight, of all the values that human beings have created, and by which you are conditioned, and it is only this state of total awareness that will end all seeking. Please do listen to this. Most of us think that awareness is a mysterious something to be practiced, and that we should get together day after day to talk about awareness. Now, you don't come to awareness that way at all. But if you are aware of outward things, the curve of a road, the shape of a tree, the color of another's dress, the outline of the mountains against a blue sky, the delicacy of a flower, the pain on the face of a passerby, the ignorance, the envy, the jealousy of others, the beauty of the earth, then, seeing all these outward things without condemnation, without choice, you can ride on the tide of inner awareness. Then you will become aware of your own reactions, of your own pettiness, of your own jealousies. From the outward awareness you come to the inward, but if you are not aware of the outer you cannot possibly come to the inner. When there is inward awareness of every activity of your mind and your body, when you are aware of your thoughts, of your feelings, both secret and open, conscious and unconscious, then out of this awareness there comes a clarity that is not induced, not put together by the mind. And without that clarity you may do what you will, you may search the heavens and the earth and the deeps, but you will never find out what is true. - Krishnamurti, Collected Works, Vol. XV,242,Choiceless Awareness.

Saturday, December 20, 2014

போகும் பாதை தூரமில்லை
வாழும் வாழ்க்கை பாரமில்லை
சாய்ந்து தோள் கொடு
இறைவன் உந்தன் காலடியில்
இருள் விலகும் அகஒளியில்
அன்னம் பகிர்ந்திடு
அன்னம் பகிர்ந்திடு

Interlude – I

நதிபோகும் கூழாங்கல் பயணம் தடயமில்லை
வலிதாங்கும் சுமைதாங்கி மண்ணில் பாரமில்லை
ஒவ்வொரு அலையின் பின் இன்னொரு கடலுண்டு
நம் கண்ணீர் இனிக்கட்டுமே

Interlude - II

கருணை மார்பில் சுனை கொண்டவர் யார்
அன்னை பாலென்றாளே
அருளின் ஊற்றைக் கண்திறந்தவர் யார்
இறைவன் உயிரென்றாரே
பெரும் கை ஆசியிலும்
இரு கை ஓசையிலும்
புவி எங்கும் புன்னகை பூக்கட்டுமே

English Lyrics:

Prelude 
The path ahead is not far-flung...
Neither is life, a burden to cling
Lean and lend thy shoulder...
God will beckon on thy feet
Dispel darkness with thy enlightenment!
Share thy bowl of rice!
Share thy bowl of rice!

Interlude – I
A pebble traverses in a river,leaving not a trace
A stoic unloading dock is never a burden to earth
Behind every wave, behold... another ocean!
Let our tears be sweet!

Interlude - II
Who has the spring of kindness bosomed in the heart?"
Mother - her elixir is milk
Who has the fountain of compassion mellowed in the eyes?
God - his elixir is life
In the blessing of hands that receive;
In the music of hands that embrace...
Let smiles bloom everywhere!

Sunday, December 7, 2014

பரத்திற் கரைந்து  பதித்த நற்காயம்
உரித்தரித் திவ்வுடல் ஓங்கிட வேண்டித்
திரைக்கடல் உப்புத் திரண்டது போலத் திரித்துப் பிறக்குந் திருவருளாலே.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

நாட்டம் இரண்டு நடுமூக்கில் வைத்திடில் வாட்டமும் இல்லை மனைக்கும் அழிவில்லை ஓட்டமும்  இல்லை உணர்வில்லை தானில்லை தேட்டமும் இல்லை சிவனவனாமே.