Monster tales and the fictional reality (apparently the final Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

The feeling of presence is a consciousness that I am present and belonging in the reality. Consciousness is the Self-declaration of “I amness” in the Shoguna state (the complexion reality with its appearance and shape) while belonging of everything in the Nirguna state (the eternal nothingness state of creation-stuffs) cannot declare the belonging by itself. Nirguna is the ends of Self-consciousness and beginning of unconscious silence. “I amness” get Samadhi in that state and nothing is belongs there which can define the state. This is the ultimate principle of realizing the reality factor in Indian epic.

Meaning cannot explain the reality where belonging is happening without any cause-effect relation of appearance and disappearance. A Self-conscious mind can presume the belonging of everything supposed like nothing in the Nirguna state but the mind itself not existed there to prove the syllogism true. The mind can talk about the reality when real things are coming out from the nondual nothing state. Appeared things creates an impression to the mind that the reality belongs in Two States, one is Shoguna (belong with identifiable shape and events) and another is Nirguna (belong in an unidentified state).

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Wikipedia: Konark Sun Temple – Wheel of the Chariot

… Today’s heroic valiant is nothing but the bloodsuckers, and the sage treated himself wise and rest he treated less wise or ignorant than him. His amorphous is the only truth to him and rest is false. The kernel of Nirguna or the beauty of “Everythingness is within the Nothingness” now imprisoned in the variant head-aching words and actions… Yudhishthira is useless in today’s world. Dronacharya has been the Laden and Ekalavya been the terrorist. He is reluctant to cut down his finger until one ends the killing mission. None has existed in the busy world who can sacrifice his wisdom for wisdom’s sake.
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This impression is duality. Yudhishthira and Duryodhana both have existed in there and interacted with the reality of doing some good or bad action accordingly the desire they have. They respond to the reality under myriad Self-created condition and circumstances. An aftermath of the event both of them vanished in such state where none can able to talk about their fate assuredly. That’s why the appeared world is treated Maya in Indian mind paradigm, because, the existence of yonder reality is impermanent. It appeared without any reason and disappeared in somewhere which mind can guess by syllogism without having any proof. For that reason, Indian spiritual pattern like to keep silence about the philosophical syllogism of existence or the reality. Nonduality is such kind of Oneness where things fall apart to the silence. It is the ultimate Krishnavivar (Black Hole); the appeared world remained there with all of its stuff but without having any presumable shape and action. The Nondual state is the death of cause-effect where all stuff is existed as like the lost or missing item.

Yudhishthira’s Dharma was his Krishnavivar in Mahabharata; once he was coming out there and later he dissolved himself in that hole to face the unknowable transformation. Dharma is the Samadhi of all living existence in a Nondual state. So-called religion cannot explain what Yudhishthira has experienced by leaving his shell to enter the nothingness state. Dharma denotes something more than that in Indian spiritual paradigm what people have used to apply in their daily life. It’s a parable for the conscious Self which meets the ultimate unconscious in a nowhere state. This nowhere state is the absolute container of Self-action and reaction of stuff, and it is happening since from the undefined beginning and yet even continued as well unto the never ended reality.

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Wordzz: Subhadra in Indian Paintings

… This body is nothing but the bundle of banal veins and blood which stinking after death. We are the victim of our banal desire of lustful love and false wisdom. We are acting in here to satisfy the hunger of our false wisdom that we generate in our mind by the help of Self-conscious desires… Let remember one thing, none is sagacious in this earth but false wisdom imperiled all of us.
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The Self is born when consciousness takes place in the mind of it. Yes, the mind creates consciousness about the Self who is coming to the unknown reality and will vanish to that reality at later by death. This perception of Self-presence in a reality creates the perception of appearance and disappearance in one’s mind, albeit nothing appeared or disappeared in the always-existed absolute reality. The Self tries to understand the purpose and functionality of its own presence by staying in the unknown unconscious reality.

Selfness is the state of reality-check where the mind is aware of seeking the meaning of action and reaction has done by the body-machine, but Selflessness is the reverse. In this state one’s mind consciously withdraw itself to the seeker’s position of what is reality and what it meant to the end. Selflessness is coming through the Self-insight that, —everything is an integral part of the absolute nothing and this nothing is the absolute fate of all this everything existed in the visible reality. Consciousness is the visible reality of the Self, an aftermath event of the Self-appeared Being, and it dissolved finally to the state where no consciousness has remained to define and differentiate the reality. The sense of absolute reality actually stayed midst the duality of knowing visibility and not knowing invisibility in the consciousness state of the Self. The existent world appeared as visible (as like the body of one) reality to the Self, but the reason of this existence is remaining invisible and conceptual to it.

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Soma de todos of etos: 7 Buddhist phrases

… Dear Ekalavya, learn this Gurumantra, —the sage is born within you when you leave your wisdom like the fallen leaf; your false wisdom has gone when you remove the addiction of wisdom to your mind. Do you know the ultimate pointer of wisdom? I am telling you, the only ultimate pointer is staying in wisdom with an empty mind. The ultimate pointer is a sacrifice; yes, emptied your mind and observe everything as if you observe nothing, travel the world as if you never travel here before this.
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Knowledge is the duality of what is knowable and what to remain unknowable despite the knowing process of mind intellect. The mind is obliged to classify the reality by known and unknown according to its limit of seeing the reality; since as far the consciousness allowed mind see the reality so far, and rest is conceptual to its. That’s why sagacious seeking of reality is always the duality amid what mind has seen so far and what could remain yet which mind cannot see. The knowledge-curtain presented the one and only reality as if there are two separate realities; one is visible and transient, whereas another is invisible and permanent. A knowledge-oriented mind is used to staying in the duality. The curtain goes when the same mind asked itself, —if consciousness has gone with the death of its carrier (body) then where it is going after the death? When mind raises this question, the consciousness not helped it so far to get the appropriate answer, instead of it get some fictional answer of the later consequences. That’s why the definition of Dharma is different in the Indian paradigm.

Anyway, Dharma was the container of all static and dynamic in Yudhishthira’s age. The action and its reaction were equally going down to the ocean of Dharma in that time. This confluence was meaningful in the context of yonder fictional time but the meaning is different in today’s world. Dharma is ornamental in this age. The ocean turned towards the emaciated river and the river is turning now the dead canal. Dharma doesn’t exist anywhere in the world but what existed is its bone. People chew the bone instead of the essence of religion. Dharma is not a religion; the essence is utterly different to the meaning or praxis that we have used to mean in today. Nirguna is not being in Nirguna due to the assorted form of Shoguna. The essence of nothingness is just the bookish wording of mind-intellectual. They chew the lollipop to get some philosophical pleasure.

This is the machine age. Animals hide them far away to the human space. Rakshasas (the monster) haven’t seen in anywhere and deities have vanished in the history. We are experiencing now the machine age reality. This is the human age. The humans are living in the village or town and swimming in the metropolis, but they are swimming in the cage actually. This man is machine-imprisoned, and he is the clock-imprisoned. He imprisoned himself within the varicolored wording of what life is and what it should be. He is the man who enslaved his mind to the worship of various shape and thoughtful nagging. Yudhishthira’s era was epical but the machine age feels pleasure with fragmented epic. That time was born to educate us about the integral relation and oneness of everything in the creation. The faith on religion was non-dual in nature at that time, but machine age is eager to live with the fragment and duality. One faith doesn’t care another. They make doubt to each other sans any minimal consideration that all of them are the same buttock of the onion.

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Wikipedia: Kurukshetra War

… My dear Ekalavya, you prove your real wisdom by cutting the finger. Remember one thing my dear, the objective of wisdom not stayed in the objective of to be wise or sagacious. A Wiseman is he who sacrificed his wisdom just after the moment. He then emptied his mind and started observing the world with silent eyes and a blank mind. That man is empty, and he has nothing to lose or wins in his rest of life. He is the real winner who knows how to leave wisdom just after the achievement.
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Yudhishthira was the son of yonder time when Krishna was remained to educate the Pandava of Self-conscious reality and the great Bhishma was fictional there to teach them about the ethos of life or the responsibility of a king in religion’s aspect. It was the time of discovering the blending of animal and monster within the mind by the man himself. The nature of reward and punishment was happening there accordingly the consequence of action and its reaction. Karmafal is the chain of action and none can avoid the fate which he gained by this chain. However, machine age tried to disguise its face in a mask and always tried to forget the history that, once upon a time there is mere difference amid the human, animal or the monsters. Today’s machine-man tried to reverse by wearing a mask:

“Look, I am not a monster and never have been. I like to imagine them in sometimes. Who knows what they were in past! However, monsters are thrilling with their ambiguous habit and occupation. Sometimes they insisted me to wear the monster’s outfit. Perhaps it is not bad if anybody disguised his identity in a monster’s mask. Sometimes the monster or the infamous elfin help to realize why bad is so inevitable for achieving the good in your life.”

There was no need to wear monster’s mask in Yudhishthira’s age. Life was a drama and man played his role according to the dramatics. The change or exchange midst a man, animal or the monster was a common event on that epic time. The Deity and Asuras fought with each other and it affected human as well. Human played the catalyst role in the Debasura (Deity and Asuras) collision, and reconciliation has happened accordingly the dramatics. There was no dramatist in Yudhishthira’s age who can write the script by keeping a safe distance to the event he has wanted to write. Everybody (even the scriptwriter Vyasa) was an actor in that eventful stage of Mahabharata.

Vyasa was apparently the teller of this narrative, but he was not the dramaturgist. The real dramaturgist of Mahabharata was maybe the fate. The characters played against each other in the same stage of fate. Time is changing now and fate becomes exhausted. God is silent. He lost his ability to make a man for his dancing doll. The new age pushed Him in a border and his frontier is destined today. Science is the determinant of fate or the God’s place in human life today. The power politics checkerboard determinate God’s role in today’s society. The arrow-cot of Bhishma has no more existed in anywhere. Those sagacious scholars of time melted on this earth in many years past. This is Machiavelli’s land. The land is incapable of embracing Bhishma with his arrow-cot.

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Wikipedia: Manuscript illustration of the Battle of Kurukshetra

… Self-restraints are better than transgression, and the desirelessness of win anything is far better than the desired anxiety of getting victory over others. Don’t push the drug of transgression in your blood, because, it’s the addiction; don’t be addicted to anything, because, addiction is the birthing womb of covetous selfishness. Your selfishness will make you Arjuna and you will puff your egoistic desire that you are the best among all other best.
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Pandavas age was different. They were familiar with the Gurus and their admission in life began by prostrating the sagacious guide of this earthly life. Guru was the tree of life to them, and they were used to watching the essence of life in that tree. Devotion was the stair of knowledge in that time. Karna’s Gurudakshina (disciple’s sacrifice to satisfy his master) to Parashurama or Ekalavya‘s sacrifice was not happening without cause. Their sacrifice was the key to understand the nature of knowledge, to realize or identify the kernel of wisdom and its distinction to false wisdom. Guru tortured you so that you can realize you have the patience to be valiant, and despite this, you are nothing else an ordinary Being. Your heroic skill and the wisdom is impressive but don’t enforce others of praising you the best. Dronacharya supposed said this to his disciple:

O Ekalavya let cut your finger to prove that your affection to the master is true and you can sacrifice your life for me. Let prove that you are able to see the fate deity’s tricks in your Guru’s unjust request; let prove to me that you can differentiate the false wisdom to the real. O Ekalavya cut your finger to prove that you have an ability to understand the Karmafal. My disciple, I taught you the art of archery and the science of it, now time is up and paid the Gurudakshina to me. I demand your finger and let cut it to gift me.

O my beloved disciple I am enforcing you to cut the finger. I am the master and I forbid you of comparing your jovial skill with Arjuna’s destructive desire. You know I am doing this to keep safe Pandava’s interest. It’s an unjust and even though I am doing the heinous act and the reason is simple there, I love Arjuna rather than any of my disciples. Despite the partiality, I will fight against the Pandavas in wartime. Yes, I the master of archery will fight for the notorious Duryodhana and will die by believing the false word of the always-truthful Yudhishthira. O Ekalavya, do you know why this entire thing will happen at future? Because we are just an ordinary creation, not fit for the adjective that we human are peerless rather than any other creation.

This body is nothing but the bundle of banal veins and blood which stinking after death. We are the victim of our banal desire of lustful love and false wisdom. We are acting in here to satisfy the hunger of our false wisdom that we generate in our mind by the help of Self-conscious desires. Now look at, we both are standing on the mutual ground. You sacrifice your finger just to carry the order of your master, and fate-deity is killing me now for the action that I have done to save Arjuna’s childish envy to you. I obliged you to cut the finger for my weakness to Arjuna, to keep my promise to him that, nobody will challenge him in the art of archery, but everything has to be paid and I have already paid for this. O Ekalavya, my devoted disciple, we human is fragile. We are in here to receive the punishment of the action we have done. Let remember one thing, none is sagacious in this earth but false wisdom imperiled all of us.

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Wikipedia: Vyasa narrating the Mahābhārata to Ganesha at the Murudeshwara temple, Karnataka.

… Vyasa was apparently the teller of this narrative, but he was not the dramaturgist. The real dramaturgist of Mahabharata was maybe the fate. The characters played against each other in the same stage of fate. Time is changing now and fate becomes exhausted. God is silent. He lost his ability to make a man for his dancing doll. The new age pushed Him in a border and his frontier is destined today… The arrow-cot of Bhishma has no more existed in anywhere. Those sagacious scholars of time melted on this earth in many years past. This is Machiavelli’s land. The land is incapable of embracing Bhishma with his arrow-cot.
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My dear Ekalavya, don’t feel sorrow for the finger you have sacrificed for me; don’t get anger or regret to me to think that you had a better competency in archery rather than Arjuna’s. O the disciple, don’t foster the desire in your mind that you can easily be exceeding Arjuna if I did not claim the Gurudakshina to you. Self-restraints are better than transgression, and the desirelessness of win anything is far better than the desired anxiety of getting victory over others. Don’t push the drug of transgression in your blood, because, it’s the addiction; don’t be addicted to anything, because, addiction is the birthing womb of covetous selfishness. Your selfishness will make you Arjuna and you will puff your egoistic desire that you are the best among all other bestSelf-pride is the crown of a valiant or the sagacious scholar, but do you know what happened to the end? You will then kill your own brother by hand which Arjuna did in wartime. Instead, it far better to cut the finger, and it will save you from the unjust killing of your own family.

O the disciple, a desireless modest man is better than the valiant or the Self-prided sage; don’t be angry and not cursed me for my unjust fault. I am telling you, Arjuna is a loser. He achieved nothing by robbing your strength; nor did he get anything from the beguilement of Karna in wartime. Arjuna pigmented his own hands with his brother’s bloodbath. The Ambidexter pigmented his Gandiva (Arjuna’s bow) with his most beloved master. Instead, it looked better if he cut his fingers before to kill his master and brother. My dear Ekalavya, you prove your real wisdom by cutting the finger. Remember one thing my dear, the objective of wisdom not stayed in the objective of to be wise or sagacious. A Wiseman is he who sacrificed his wisdom just after the moment. He then emptied his mind and started observing the world with silent eyes and a blank mind. That man is empty, and he has nothing to lose or wins in his rest of life. He is the real winner who knows how to discard wisdom just after the achievement.

Dear Ekalavya, learn this Gurumantra, —the sage is born within you when you leave your wisdom like the fallen leaf; your false wisdom has gone when you remove the addiction of wisdom to your mind. Do you know the ultimate pointer of wisdom? I am telling you, the only ultimate pointer is staying in wisdom with an empty mind. The ultimate pointer is a sacrifice; yes, emptied your mind and observe everything as if you observe nothing, travel the world as if you never travel here before this. Wisdom is the demon when it confined your body-mind in the Self-pride and prejudice, and the same wisdom is heaven when it drives you to leave the wisdom itself. You have to remember one thing that, wisdom is a weapon but it is not for invasion. It is for self-defense and be careful to the misuses of this precious gift. When you see a weapon pulling you to serve the selfish desire or when it provoked you to be Arjuna, please cut your finger before this. It is the perfection to save you from the beguilement of Wiseman’s pride and prejudice.

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Clipart library: Arjuna Krishna Cliparts

… Yudhishthira was the son of yonder time when Krishna was remained to educate the Pandava of Self-conscious reality and the great Bhishma was fictional there to teach them about the ethos of life or the responsibility of a king in religion’s aspect. It was the time of discovering the blending of animal and monster within the mind by the man himself…. However, machine age tried to disguise its face in a mask and always tried to forget the history that, once upon a time there is mere difference amid the human, animal or the monsters. Today’s machine-man tried to prove reverse by wearing a mask.
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Krishna provoked Arjuna to kill Karna and later he himself destroyed in Dwarka when the war was over. The dalliance of God in human-form is over now and the blue God is back to his Nirguna state after accomplished the mission of educating people about Self-prided wisdom. My endeared Ekalavya, learn the Gurumantra from this battlefield of egoistic desires. Do always remember nothing exists to the end, nor anything left in there except the pity sacrifices; remember, your earthly life is the essence of your Karma and only the Karma has existed after your departure to the life.

Yudhishthira’s era is utterly different in today’s context. The inner appeal of wisdom and sacrifice or the transverse meaning of Gurudakshina are truly distinctive and substantial on that day. Dronacharya stayed there just like the symbol of it. However, Yudhishthira is useless in today’s world. Dronacharya has been the Laden and Ekalavya been the terrorist. He is reluctant to cut down his finger until one ends the killing mission. None has existed in the busy world who can sacrifice his wisdom for wisdom’s sake.

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Tribune India: Anurupa Roy’s Mahabharata, Stage Performance

… Yudhishthira’s era was epical but the machine age feels pleasure with fragmented epic. That time was born to educate us about the integral relation and oneness of everything in the creation. The faith on religion was non-dual in nature at that time, but machine age is eager to live with the fragment and duality. One faith doesn’t care another. They make doubt to each other sans any minimal consideration that all of them are the same buttock of the onion.
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Today’s heroic valiant is nothing but the bloodsuckers, and the sage treated himself wise and rest he treated less wise or ignorant than him. His amorphous is the only truth to him and rest is false. The kernel of Nirguna or the beauty of “Everythingness is within the Nothingness” now imprisoned in the variant head-aching words and actions. Wisdom caged itself within the foolish faith of wisdom. Today’s men are neither the deity nor the monster at all. They are merely human and nothing is remaining in there except the identity that we are the machine-age human of this fictional world.

… Meaning cannot explain the reality where belonging is happening without any cause-fact relation of appearance and disappearance… The mind can talk about the reality when real things are coming out from the nondual nothing state…
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Met museum: An Artist of Her Time: Y. G. Srimati and the Indian Style

 

First part link: Monster tales and the fictional reality (First Part) Kirno Sohochari
Second part link: Monster tales and the fictional reality (Second Part) Kirno Sohochari 
Third part link: Monster tales and the fictional reality (Third Part) Kirno Sohochari 
Fourth part link: Monster tales and the fictional reality (Fourth Part) Kirno Sohochari 
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