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Mind-Monkey and the animated ignorance ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Once I was in a balance between the sensory organs and the brain, today I see nothing except the brain. Once it was just like a receiver, today it appeared the great analyzer and talker of all visible or invisible events. One day I confined in Nature without any sense that I am confined. Nowadays I willfully confined me in the machine-reality. The mind-monkey once provoked me to think that somebody enslaved me and now it provoked me the same that I am subservient. Once the great monkey insisted me to worship somebody, and today it insisted me to worship the virtual word “machine based enlightenment”. God or whatsoever is absent, and none is there who can deserve worship for his grandiosity… Continue reading Mind-Monkey and the animated ignorance ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

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

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

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

… All living and non-living objects in the creation is a reflection of the always-existed reality. Things are born and died and transformed into the transcendental reality which itself is absolute. Yudhishthira is not dead but which dead is his body, he was not born but which born was his body, the essence of his presence always remains in the absolute reality. The body is only the container of organic things and temporal experiences, but the core essence of the body always existed in the unchanged absolute, maybe in a different shape or maybe it existed there as Naught. The absolute reality is nothing in that sense, albeit it contains all possible everything within the nothingness./ … Once upon a time Yudhishthira arrived in the middle point and met the eternal container of all Knowable and Unknowable reality… Continue reading Monster tales and the fictional reality (Fourth Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

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

… Yudhishthira’s mind was going far beyond the mind after receiving his father’s articulated wording. He was living in a fictional reality for such a long days and was active in the reality by defining it in his own mind. He was there so far his mind allowed him of seeing, feeling, touching and thinking about the reality. The game is over and he is ready to omit his existence to an always-existed reality. This reality is the reason of all appearance and disappearance and it always existed without having any purpose or definition of anybody. It has no God, no religion, no mind, no imagery or intention, nor does it have any desire of intention to explain what reality is or what it should be!… Yudhishthira is just now entered the reality that has no beginning and neither an ending…. Continue reading Monster tales and the fictional reality (Third Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari