The most popular Tibetan praying mantra (Om Mani Padme Hum) is about
But I'd like to turn focus on a more interesting flower. There is
much word about planet Venus, and combing it with "flower", I
reached to this fascinating footage. (video from 7:14 on)
The "Venus Flytrap" represents a strong "warning" to the kinds of
real hopeless vampires, that we all know. ;-)
Maybe this is also interesting from a holistic standpoint, since I'm
convinced that true artists are (also) messengers/prophets.So
regarding Venus-Flytrap ;-) there is this rather unusual Tarot card
by Salvador Dali, that IMHO fits exactly.
The term "true artist" brought me to this speech by emperor
Then this Bob Dylan interview:
And this clip from the movie "Stigmata":
So I'd say it's about recognizing and UNDERSTANDING *the
could see ourselves as "the moon" reflecting the source ("sun"),
once we understood we become ONE - sun-moon-earth.
This might also be interesting for many in a rational holistic
sense.I think ;-) reality is what we feel - the mind is for
conscious confirmation through understanding.
Re: Tribulations of true artists [15-8-2015 06:15 UTC]
Being defeated and pain is the only way to true illumination.
We may believe only in God or coincidence. Without
God/Gnosis we remain believers/Agnostics forever and may
"follow" all sorts of constructed existentialist illusions
that we impose on others as long as they pragmatically work
through force and power. But the world is obviously a mess
and chaos and that of course cannot be according to any
God's plan. So what does *that* prove? ;-)
Re: Gnosis [15-8-2015 07:30 UTC]
The "simplest" way to certainty is death. So may heart
and conscience pass the test.