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Friday, 28 June 2013

The Song Of Lord Through The Words Of Jim Morrison A Descent of The Krishna Consciousness

"Blessings

Accept this ancient
Wisdom
Which has travelled
Far to greet us
From the East
W/the sun

Call out to him
From the high mountain
High, from high
Towers

As the mind
Rebels
& wends its way
To freedom

Grant us one more day
& hour
The hero of this dream
Who heals & guides us

There is an audience to our drama.
Magic shade mask
LIKE THE HERO OF A DREAM, HE WORKS FOR US,
IN OUR BEHALF.


Strange world waits & watches.
Ancient dread of non-existence.

The truth is on his chest
The cellular excitement has
Totally inspired our magic
Veteran.    And now for an
Old trip.      I'm tired of thinking.
I want old forms to
Reassert......
My mind is just - you know.....

Smile like a calm survivor
Of the psychic war."
                                      - Jim Morrison


THE ETERNAL GUIDE AS THE CHARIOTEER OF THE BHAGAVAD GITA

"I AM A GUIDE TO THE LABYRINTH
COME & SEE ME

No one thought up being;
He who thinks he has
Step forward

The flowering of God-like people
In the muted air
Would seem strange to an intruder of certain size

BUT THIS ALL WE HAVE LEFT TO GUIDE US
NOW THAT HE IS GONE "
                                              -Jim Morrison

The Bhagavad Gita is considered as one of the Apex Scriptural text in Eastern Mysticism,Originally being regarded as the Holy Gospel of Sanatan Dharma or the unified religion of Man is now adopted by Hinduism as their Primary religious text. The Bhagvad  Gita or The Song Of The Lord is 700 verse text comprising of 18 chapters (sections 25-42) in the Bhisma Parva of the Epic legend Mahabharata,  composed by Eternal Sage Ved Vyasa approximately around 4th century BCE as the precise date is yet unaccounted. The Gita begins before the the Climatic war of Kurukshetra, as the Pandava warrior Arjuna is perplexed and bewildered in dilemma as he counters his own relatives, family and brothers in the Blood bath war ground, thus making him dwell in the vices and virtues of dualism. The Truth is then revealed by his Eternal Friend, Charioteer, Guide and Teacher Lord Krishna as He encourages Arjuna to carry forward the assigned task explaining the three prime pathways of Unity with the Divine ; 1. Through Karma Yoga ( Chapters 1-6) the precursor to goal, as Krishna describes and justifies the necessity of human actions or Karma as it eventually leads to freedom or Moksha through the process of evolution and salvation of the soul as it passes all the stages of human  life course and experiences phases of different existential states through its Karma as an e enactment of the Divine Will.
2. Bhakti Yoga ( Chapters 7-12) the pathway of love and devotion, the will of true surrender to the Lord who cares for all.As Bhakti or love is the only process of self-transfiguration and flowering of the Soul, all creative assets and abilities arise from love or Bhakti towards the Subconscious Supreme
3. Jyana Yoga ( Chapters13-18 ) is the final abode of the Spirit or the Attainment of the Goal itself as one imbibes Eternal knowledge of The Absolute Divine consciousness.

The subdued consciousness of The Bhagavad Gita can be read and realised through Jim Morrison's poetic compositions.


"INDIA INK, INK OF INDIA
THERE ARE NO MORE RICH COLORS
ESCAPES BACK SMOOTH
IN THE DESERT SEA....

IN THIS "HOLLOW" WE WERE BORN.
OBEY THE FATHER RUN
ESCAPE BACK INTO THE LANDSCAPE.

Heaven or Hell the circus
Of your actions

To Play ( Chance is a God here )
Assuage the guilt
The deep fear
The separate loneliness

The Party of new connections
Mind made free
Love cannot save you
From your fate
Art cannot soothe
Words cannot tame
The Night

So I tell you
      I tell you
        I tell you
 We must send away

 We must try to find a new
       Answer instead of
                           A way


All hail the American Night

And so I say to you
The silk handkerchief was
Embroidered in China or Japan
Behind the steel curtain  And
No one can cross the borderline
W/out proper credentials.
This is to say that we are all
Sensate & occasionally sad
& if every partner in crime
Were to incorporate promises
 hiS program the dance
MIght end & all our friends
Would follow.

Who are our friends?

Are they sullen & slow? Do
They have great desire? Or
Are they one of the multitude who
Walk doubting their impossible
Regret.   Certainly things happen
& reoccur in continuous promise;
Al of us have found a safe
Niche where we can store up
Riches & talk to our fellows
On the same premise of disaster.

But this will not do.   No, this
Will never do.        There are
Continents & shores which
Beseech our understanding.
Seldom have we been so slow.
Seldom have we been so far.


MY ONLY WISH IS TO SEE
FAR ARDEN AGAIN."

                                    -Jim Morrison