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Feb 08, 2008

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mystic7

Hi Evelyn, Check this out. Terrence Mckenna's version of "the end of the world"

http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ir5Netke6l0

Balaji Sowmyanarayan

Reminds me about Kalpa Vriksha( in Indian yogic tradition, Human Mind is symbolized as a Wishing Tree or KalpaVriksha) and the symbolism of Dhakshina Moorthy form of Shiva - the Destroyer - Transformer.

Again in Indian medicine system, 40-45 day period is one cycle or Mandala. Things take effect/internalized in the body, mind system when medicine/practice are continued for 40-45 day cycle.

Wish you 'Sarva Mangalam' - roughly translates as Closure.

mystic7

Part 2 "once you've touched the core being of love"

http://youtube.com/watch?v=CvDJp2zMc4g

Happy Valentine's day

Keren

I know how you love to credit the artist of the pictures you use, so I thought I'd direct you to the artist of the Celtic Tree of Life that you used in today's wonderful post:

http://www.kelticdesigns.com/CelticTreeOfLife/Celtic%20Tree%20Of%20Life%20L.html

Evelyn Rodriguez

Hi Mystic, Thanks, I've seen all the Terence McKenna YouTube vid's. About the only one I really, really like anymore is this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARIG-BQRATs

p.s. And don't have my own (working, that is) computer nor Internet access since arriving in NOLA, so watching YouTube is tougher these days on the 1-hour per day library limits.

Balaji, Very funny (and so true) that human mind is like a wishing tree. Sometimes I feel I must be like a baby balling and crying when I am not given sharp knives. Thank god Shiva knocks what are truly weapons disguised as wishes out of my hands...sometimes quite fiercely. The rest of the story is quite beautiful, and there is an ending where another lady asks to be queen and sire a price (ha, that was a telling Freudian slip, it's a prince) who will be the next king, and the wood nymph is thinking to herself ("no, no don't ask for that!! ask for something important!) but it is too late. One trick of the story seemed to be that the ones that "received" the most joyous and miraculous left their "wish" really quite open-ended, almost ambiguous really - so it could be fulfilled with what the human mind would not have conceived. Thus, I try to be careful what "I" wish for, and allow what others may call Highest Self to direct (I call Total Self) the show ;). Thank you!

Thanks so much Keren, I've reposted with credits. That's the annoying thing about MySpace, and a lot of Internet, so many great photos and remixed content there, but rarely do you have opportunity to learn whom their sources and artist inspirations really are.

mystic7

That was really cool youTube vid, thanks Evelyn.

Tom Asacker

:-)

Jay, writer MemberSpeed.com

It's amazing how the simplest things seem to be the most wondrous of all. It is the simple things that make up the miracles. I have never been a nature person and so have lived most of my life in the city. I'm surrounded by towers and buildings and traffic noises and pollution. Perhaps one of the miracles I'll experience when I leave the hustle and bustle of urban life is silence. That would be like witnessing something inside myself. A kind of peace city dwellers don't really get much of.

Jay, writer MemberSpeed.com

It's amazing how the simplest things seem to be the most wondrous of all. It is the simple things that make up the miracles. I have never been a nature person and so have lived most of my life in the city. I'm surrounded by towers and buildings and traffic noises and pollution. Perhaps one of the miracles I'll experience when I leave the hustle and bustle of urban life is silence. That would be like witnessing something inside myself. A kind of peace city dwellers don't really get much of.

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