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Opposti in ricerca di unità


Opposti in ricerca di unità

Nella società e nella visione legata alla struttura delle cose tutto è separato e posto in antagonismo : Luce/Ombra – Giorno/Notte- Buono/Cattivo .Eppure sono aspetti mutabili della stessa cosa a noi comprendere ed integrare. E’ vero che si tende a produrre il disagio della separazione , seppure il mondo sia duale con gli opposti , questo non significa che il campo della ricerca che coinvolga la ” Luce” o quello che appare nascosto e protetto prevalentemente negli stati alterati di coscienza debba essere colto fuori dagli aspetti prettamente “quotidiani” Le cose sono più semplici di quello che appaia e seppure sembra che la capacità di studio, di disciplina o di ricerca di mezzi per trovare la parte legata alla spiritualità o il modo di alterare la coscienza richieda un particolare sforzo e sopratutto l’allontanamento dalla vita comune , è pur vero che si richiede padronanza e consapevolezza proprio nella vita ” ordinaria ” . Si perde altrimenti di vista una cosa importante , non si deve infatti sfuggire il disagio , le paure o le ombre – lo stress del vivere – è invece proprio quello l’ambito che la vita stessa ci presenta per apprendere le nostre lezioni .
Ogni esperienza è opportunità per porre le sue lezioni , a noi il modo di reagire .Ci si offre un piano sottile per comprendere che solo in noi è la capacità di donare amore o rabbia , luce o ombra a noi stessi e agli altri . Importante la legge di causa ed effetto o Karma e se si lasciasse qualcosa di incompiuto per ricercare ” paradisi artificiali” nella vana illusione di progredire , lasciando da parte il tunnel delle ombre , in realtà non andremmo molto lontano .Si deve vedere in faccia la realtà per avere poi la capacità di trasformarla e integrarla come accade con i due emisferi cerebrali ( Ragione e Sentimento ) sono le due parti del nostro piccolo universo e con la Com-passione possiamo amare , perdonare e comprendere noi stessi e gli altri .Utile la disciplina del buddismo – tra le altre – che fa ” osservare e accogliere” sentimenti come la rabbia e ci consente di migliorare la nostra vita .Sopratutto è aprendoci e confrontandoci che possiamo smettere di creare barriere inutili.



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Inaspettato percorso


Inaspettato percorso

Inaspettato
il frutto del tempo:
speranze e timori
percorso che sovrasta
le voci all’imbrunire

Ma nulla è vano
e dietro le ombre
ceneri fumanti
attendono sempre
un giorno nuovo

Come araba fenice
nell’impalpabile volo
di vita mai sazia
in traiettoie indelebili
di bellezza e gioia

03.04.2011 Poetyca

Unexpected path

Unexpected
the result of time:
hopes and fears
location overlooking
entries at dusk

But nothing is in vain
and behind the shadows
smoking ashes
still waiting
a new day

How phoenix
in the impalpable flight
of living never sated
in trajectory indelible
the beauty and joy

03.04.2011 Poetyca

Opposti


Opposti

Danza degli opposti – ruota di carro –
che fa unire con esile e robusto filo
lo scorrere degli eventi in opposta direzione:
valenza di sentimenti che si rincorrono
confondono e trasportano laddove
non riesce la ragione a trovare un senso
un intermediazione e …confusi
si rincorre e ci si arrende a quanto accade

Sentimenti antagonisti che tracciano nel buio
le intuite immagini come ombre cinesi
e le dobbiamo interpretare tra la luce
di un giorno che tutto avvolge – macchia nera –
e tra una notte che ci svela uno strano mistero
– linea di confine – che porta una piccola luna
nel centro dello scorrere d’eterno

15.01.2004 Poetyca


Opposites

Dance of opposites – wagon wheel –
which is thin and combine with sturdy wire
the flow of events in the opposite direction:
valence of feelings that run
confused and where carrying
reason fails to find a way
a brokerage and confused …
There are chases and surrenders to what happens

Antagonistic feelings that draw in the dark
intuited the images as shadow puppetry
and we must interpret in light
a day that everything wraps – black spot –
and between a night, which reveals a strange mystery
– Boundary line – which carries a small moon
in the center of the passing of eternal

15.01.2004 Poetyca

Notte e giorno


Notte e giorno
Girandole
di voci
e di colori
Luci ed ombre
giocano
in alternanza
Notte e giorno
in ineluttabile
mistica danza

14.05.2017 Poetyca

Night and day

Pinwheels
of voices
and colors
Lights and shadows
are playing
in alternation
Night and day
inevitable
mystical dance

14.05.2017 Poetyca

A battiti insoliti


A battiti insoliti

A battiti insoliti
sarà la nostra scoperta
di una vita mai nascosta
se si ascolta il cuore

A battiti leggeri
i voli tra luce
e speranza nuova
che palpita ora

L’orgoglio nutre
il cammino per chi
cerca sempre
oltre il silenzio

Orgoglio di essere
con la dignità
che non si piega
a chi calpesta

Tutto il valore
di chi comunica
su pagine bianche
la giustizia violata

Tutti gli istanti
di chi cerca il modo
di portare in vita
il suo essere

Non più silenzi
che schiacciano
non più pensieri
da cancellare

Consapevole modo
di portare vita
dove ci si piega
ad ombre da scacciare

Saranno tante
le pagine inaspettate
per chi non ha voluto
mai comprendere

Sarà dono
di un’ anima in scoperta
di un modo migliore
per cercare il proprio volto

28.01.2004 Poetyca


A pulse unusual

A pulse unusual
will be our discovery
of a life never hidden
if you listen to your heart

A light pulse
flights between light
and New Hope
that throbs hours

Pride feeds
the path for those
always tries
beyond the silence

Pride in being
with dignity
that does not bend
who tramples

Full value
who communicates
on blank pages
Justice violated

All moments
who are looking for ways
to bring to life
his being

No more silence
crushing
no more thoughts
to erase

Knowing how
to bring life
where you turn
to shadows cast by

Will be many
pages unexpected
for those who did not want
never understand

Will be a gift
a ‘core discovery
a better way
search for your face

28.01.2004 Poetyca

Passi indietro


Passi indietro

E’ filo invisibile che a volte collega ricordi
mentre assonanze ed idee non si accavallano più
mistero della mente in variazioni sul tema

E’ corsa sul tempo che a ritroso s’impenna
come musica al pianoforte: palpita dentro
rincorre emozioni e ci fa trattenere il fiato

E’ ricordo che affiora e ci fa tremare
sfuggite lacrime per quella mano
che a pugno chiuso non trattiene più nulla

E’ sospiro di vita che si spezza in una scheggia di silenzio
pochi attimi dopo che si era riempito tutto di parole
soffiato ordine e senso al nostro percorrere quest’ illusione

E’ nuovo inganno che chiama a gran voce l’alba
ragnatele di ombre in lotta contro antiche paure
sospirano a notte fonda e ci prendono il cuore in mano

E’ luce che avanza oltre lo schermo di una nuvola fuggita
riconosciuta apparenza per accendere nuovo sorriso
tra le pieghe di un’ anima che con forza riprende fiato

01.02.2007 Poetyca

Setbacks

It is sometimes invisible thread that connects memories
while the similarities and the ideas do not cross over
mystery of the mind in variations on a theme

It is time to ride on the back rears
as piano music: beats inside
chasing emotions and makes us hold your breath

It is memory that surfaces and makes us tremble
escaped tears for that hand
that a closed fist does not hold anything

It is breath of life that breaks the silence in a shard of
just moments after he had filled all the words
order and meaning to blow our cover this’ illusion

It is a new trick that calling out the dawn
webs of shadows in the fight against old fears
sigh at night, and we take heart in hand

It is the light that moves beyond the screen of a cloud fled
recognized appearance to turn new smile
between the folds of a ‘soul takes breath with force

01.02.2007 Poetyca

Zone d’ambra


Zone d’ambra

In te fiume e Sorgente
che di Poesia ha nome
in te serena onda
o burrascosa corrente
che avvolge e cerca
la giusta via
per l’espressione:
vita ed i suoi passi
a volte voli
tra zone d’ambra
e raggi di sole
Speranza ad ali aperte
che presto sgorga
da un’emozione
Ombre che si allungano
inaspettate tra gorghi
e mulinelli a portar vita
dietro occhi spenti
a cercar senso
tra attimi eterni
Solo momenti convulsi
a strozzare il respiro
solo immedesimati e fuggiti
aliti del tempo
ormai rimasti indietro
Qui ed ora per ogni istante
a proiettar il sentire
senza più ancore
Confini infranti che cercano
tutte le proiettate voci
di un Universo che palpita

02.12.2003 Poetyca

Zone Amber

River Source in you and
Poetry that has no name
in you calm wave
or turbulent current
that surrounds and search
the right way
for the expression:
life and its steps
Sometimes flights
between areas of amber
and sunlight
Hope to spread wings
soon flows
by emotion
Shadows that stretch
unexpected eddies between
and reels to bring life
behind dead eyes
to seek meaning
between moments eternal
Only turbulent times
to strangle the breath
only empathy and fled
breath time
now fallen behind
Here and now for every moment
to project the feeling
without anchors
Broken borders seeking
all projected items
a Universe pulsates

02.12.2003 Poetyca

Sul percorso – On the path


🌸Sul percorso🌸

Tra le rovine
sorge
un palazzo
antico
Busso
alla porta
ma nessuno
apre
Mille sentieri
tortuosi
come serpenti
nascosti
Labirinto
di strade
per confondere
il passo
Poi è luce
tra fenditure
ho ritrovato adesso
il mio Cuore

14.09.2019 Poetyca
🌸🌿🌸#Poetycamente
🌸On the path

In the ruins
rises
a ancient
palace
I knock
at the door
but nobody
opens
A thousand paths
meandering
like snakes
hidden
Labyrinth
of roads
to confuse
the step
Then it is light
between slits
I found again now
my heart

14.09.2019 Poetyca

Tra perdute stelle


Tra perdute stelle

Resto dove mi conduce
la memoria accesa
e nulla cambia
nulla si quieta
Scivolano tra le ciglia
immagini del cuore
come piccole perle
che nessuno conosce
Sospiri tagliano l’aria
e le immote foglie
si fanno tremule
per la mancanza di vita
Tutto è arso dal sole
come un deserto
che non risparmia
alcuna ferita
Voci evocano
sogni andati
fuggiti tra le dita
senza fare rumore
Il silenzio diventa notte
che alimenta ombre
tra le perdute stelle
che ti vorrei donare

09.06.2003 Poetyca

Among the lost stars

I rest, where  leads me
memory turned on
and nothing changes
nothing is quiet
Slipping through the eye
images of the heart
like little pearls
nobody knows
Sighs cut the air
and motionless leaves
you are trembling
the lack of life
Everything is burnt by the sun
like a desert
that spares
no wound
voices evoke
dreams gone
escaped through his fingers
quietly
The silence turns to night
feeding shadows
lost among the stars
I would like you to donate

09.06.2003 Poetyca

Con il maestro Lelé Sri Aurobindo


Con il maestro Lelé Sri Aurobindo

Sri Aurobindo incontrò Vishnu Bhaskar Lelé nel 1907, a Baroda. Gli fu presentato dal fratello Barin, in un momento in cui Sri Aurobindo “stava brancolando alla ricerca di una via, senza compiere nessun tipo di sadhana, senza fare nessuno sforzo poiché non sapeva quale sforzo fare, dal momento che tutti quanti erano falliti” (On Himself, pag. 77-8). Si incontrarono in una casa privata e Sri Aurobindo spiegò per prima cosa che non era interessato a una pratica di rinuncia, ma ad ottenere forza spirituale per il suo lavoro. Lelé gli rispose con una frase rimasta famosa: disse che non gli sarebbe stato difficile, dal momento che era un poeta.

Nei giorni di ritiro (una decina) Aurobindo realizzò quello che in seguito chiamò il “Brahman passivo”, ossia la “Concreta coscienza di calma e silenzio assoluti”; tale esperienza si accompagnò per diversi mesi con una percezione del mondo come totalmente illusorio, ovvero l’inverso di ciò che egli cercava.

“Non c’era l’ego, non esisteva un mondo reale – solo quando si guardava attraverso i sensi immobili, talvolta si percepiva o si entrava in relazione, in quel silenzio puro, con un mondo di forme vuote, ombre materializzate senza vera sostanza. Non c’era l’Uno, ma neppure i molti, solo assolutamente Quello, senza caratteristiche, senza relazioni, puro, indescrivibile, impensabile, assoluto, e tuttavia supremamente reale e solamente reale. […]

Un Qualcosa di reale ma ineffabile, una qualche unica e suprema Realtà, che portava con sé la negazione di tutto ciò che la mente può affermare come Essere. Si vedeva soltanto una massa di forme cinematografiche insostanziali e vuote di realtà, il corpo continuava ad agire, ma solo come una macchina vuota, automatica. […]

Ad un primo stadio, l’aspetto di un mondo illusorio lasciò posto ad un altro, in cui l’illusione è solo un piccolo fenomeno di superficie con un’immensa Realtà Divina dietro di esso, una suprema Realtà Divina nel cuore di tutte le cose, che in principio erano sembrate solo sagome o ombre cinematografiche. E ciò non fu come un ritorno all’imprigionamento nei sensi, come una diminuzione o una caduta da un’esperienza suprema, bensì venne piuttosto come un costante innalzarsi ed ampliarsi della Verità; era lo spirito che vedeva gli oggetti, non i sensi, e la Pace, il Silenzio, la libertà nell’Infinità rimanevano sempre; il mondo e tutti i mondi erano solo un episodio continuo nell’eternità senza tempo del Divino”.
( On Himself, p. 84-88)

Questo senso di irrealtà rimase per diversi mesi, ma gradualmente scomparve e “ci fu un ritorno alla partecipazione nel mondo, qualcosa di diverso da lui riprese l’attività dinamica, parlava e agiva attraverso di lui, ma senza nessun pensiero o iniziativa personale” (Ivi, p. 86)

Alla fine del gennaio 1908 Sri Aurobindo lasciò Bombay. Prima di lasciare Lelé, gli chiese di dargli la sua guida per i tempi futuri e lo informò che era nato dentro di lui un mantra. Lelé iniziò a dargli le istruzioni, ma poi s’interruppe e chiese ad Aurobindo se pensava di poter seguire dal solo la sua guida interiore, quella stessa che gli aveva dato il mantra. Alla risposta affermativa, Lelé gli consigliò allora di riferirsi da ora in poi sempre a quella: se l’avesse fatto in modo completo, non avrebbe avuto bisogno di altro.

Poco tempo dopo, si incontrarono nuovamente a Calcutta. Lelé gli chiese come procedesse la sadhana, se continuava la pratica, e quando Aurobindo rispose di no, che non faceva nessuna pratica, se non quella di seguire la propria guida interiore, Lelé si inquietò e gli prospettò l’ipotesi che seguitando in tal modo il diavolo si sarebbe impadronito di lui. Sri Aurobindo non rispose, ma dentro di sé pensò che era sicuro di seguire il Divino, non il diavolo. Così si concluse la sua relazione con Lelé, al quale peraltro rimase sempre grato.

Sri Aurobindo scrisse in seguito che l’esperienza con Lelé era stata la prima di quattro grandi realizzazioni su cui si fondò il suo yoga. La seconda la ottenne qualche mese dopo nel carcere di Alipore, quando realizzò la coscienza cosmica, la presenza del Divino in tutto. La terza e la quarta realizzazione, che costituiscono il cuore vero e proprio del Purna Yoga, avvennero negli anni successivi, a Pondichéry: la realizzazione dell’aspetto dinamico del Brahman e della Coscienza-di-Verità, o Supermente.

cfr. P. Hees, “Sri Aurobindo, A Brief Biography”, Oxford Univ. Press, New Delhi, pp.88-94

With the master Lele

Vishnu Bhaskar Lele met Sri Aurobindo in 1907, in Baroda. He was presented by his brother Barin, in a time when Sri Aurobindo was “groping for a way, without making any kind of sadhana, without making any effort because he did not know what effort do, since everyone had failed” ( On Himself, p. 77-8). They met in a private home and Sri Aurobindo explained first that he was not interested in a practice of surrender, but to obtain spiritual strength for his work. Lele replied with a sentence remained famous: he said that he would not be difficult, since he was a poet.

In the days of withdrawal (ten) Aurobindo realized what he later called the “passive Brahman”, ie the “Concrete consciousness of absolute calm and silence,” and this experience is accompanied for several months with a perception of the world as totally illusory, ie the reverse of what he sought.

“There was no ego, there was no real world – only when you looked through the meaning of property, or sometimes felt he related, in that pure silence, with a world of empty forms, materialized shadows without true substance . There was not one, but not many, just absolutely That, featureless, without relations, pure, indescribable, unthinkable, absolute, and yet supremely real and solely real. […]

A real but something ineffable, some unique and supreme Reality, it brought with it the negation of all that the mind can be stated as Being. We saw only a mass of cinematic forms insubstantial and empty of reality, the body continued to act, but only as an empty car, auto. […]

At a first stage, the appearance of an illusory world gave way to another, in which the illusion is only a small surface phenomenon with immense Divine Reality behind it, a supreme Divine Reality in the heart of all things , which at first had seemed only shapes and shadows movie. And was this not as a return to imprisonment in the senses, as a fall or a fall from supreme experience, but was rather a constant rise and expand the Truth was the spirit that saw the objects, not the senses, and Peace, Silence, freedom always remained in the infinity, the world and all worlds were just an episode in eternity without time constant of the Divine. “
(On Himself, p. 84-88)

This sense of unreality he remained for several months, but gradually disappeared, and “there was a return to participation in the world, something other than he resumes the dynamic, spoke and acted through him, but without any thought or personal initiative” ( Ibid, p. 86)

At the end of January 1908 Sri Aurobindo left Bombay. Before leaving Lele, asked him to give her guidance for future times and informed him that was born within him a mantra. Lele began to give instructions, but then stopped and asked if he thought he could Aurobindo followed by only his inner guidance, the same that had given him the mantra. The answer is affirmative, then Lele advised to refer from now on always the same: if he did so fully, he would not need anything else.

Shortly after, they met again in Calcutta. Lele asked him how to proceed sadhana, he continued the practice, and when Aurobindo said no, that did not make a practice, but to follow their inner guidance, Lele is upset and envisaged that continuing in this way the devil would have taken possession of him. Sri Aurobindo did not answer, but he thought within himself that he was sure to follow the Divine, not the devil. Thus ended his relationship with Lele, which however remained forever grateful.

Sri Aurobindo wrote later that the experience with Lele was the first of four major projects on which he founded his yoga. The second was given to him a few months after the Alipore jail, when he set the cosmic consciousness, the presence of the Divine in everything. The third and fourth embodiments, which constitute the real heart of Purna Yoga, occurred in subsequent years, to Pondichery: the realization of the dynamic of the Brahman and the Truth-Consciousness, or Supermind.

cf. P. Hees, “Sri Aurobindo, A Brief Biography”, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp.88-94

With the master Lele Sri Aurobindo

Vishnu Bhaskar Lele met Sri Aurobindo in 1907, in Baroda. He was presented by his brother Barin, in a time when Sri Aurobindo was “groping for a way, without making any kind of sadhana, without making any effort because he did not know what effort do, since everyone had failed” ( On Himself, p. 77-8). They met in a private home and Sri Aurobindo explained first that he was not interested in a practice of surrender, but to obtain spiritual strength for his work. Lele replied with a sentence remained famous: he said that he would not be difficult, since he was a poet.

In the days of withdrawal (ten) Aurobindo realized what he later called the “passive Brahman”, ie the “Concrete consciousness of absolute calm and silence,” and this experience is accompanied for several months with a perception of the world as totally illusory, ie the reverse of what he sought.

“There was no ego, there was no real world – only when you looked through the meaning of property, or sometimes felt he related, in that pure silence, with a world of empty forms, materialized shadows without true substance . There was not one, but not many, just absolutely That, featureless, without relations, pure, indescribable, unthinkable, absolute, and yet supremely real and solely real. […]

A real but something ineffable, some unique and supreme Reality, it brought with it the negation of all that the mind can be stated as Being. We saw only a mass of cinematic forms insubstantial and empty of reality, the body continued to act, but only as an empty car, auto. […]

At a first stage, the appearance of an illusory world gave way to another, in which the illusion is only a small surface phenomenon with immense Divine Reality behind it, a supreme Divine Reality in the heart of all things , which at first had seemed only shapes and shadows movie. And was this not as a return to imprisonment in the senses, as a fall or a fall from supreme experience, but was rather a constant rise and expand the Truth was the spirit that saw the objects, not the senses, and Peace, Silence, freedom always remained in the infinity, the world and all worlds were just an episode in eternity without time constant of the Divine. “
(On Himself, p. 84-88)

This sense of unreality he remained for several months, but gradually disappeared, and “there was a return to participation in the world, something other than he resumes the dynamic, spoke and acted through him, but without any thought or personal initiative” ( Ibid, p. 86)

At the end of January 1908 Sri Aurobindo left Bombay. Before leaving Lele, asked him to give her guidance for future times and informed him that was born within him a mantra. Lele began to give instructions, but then stopped and asked if he thought he could Aurobindo followed by only his inner guidance, the same that had given him the mantra. The answer is affirmative, then Lele advised to refer from now on always the same: if he did so fully, he would not need anything else.

Shortly after, they met again in Calcutta. Lele asked him how to proceed sadhana, he continued the practice, and when Aurobindo said no, that did not make a practice, but to follow their inner guidance, Lele is upset and envisaged that continuing in this way the devil would have taken possession of him. Sri Aurobindo did not answer, but he thought within himself that he was sure to follow the Divine, not the devil. Thus ended his relationship with Lele, which however remained forever grateful.

Sri Aurobindo wrote later that the experience with Lele was the first of four major projects on which he founded his yoga. The second was given to him a few months after the Alipore jail, when he set the cosmic consciousness, the presence of the Divine in everything. The third and fourth embodiments, which constitute the real heart of Purna Yoga, occurred in subsequent years, to Pondichery: the realization of the dynamic of the Brahman and the Truth-Consciousness, or Supermind.

cf. P. Hees, “Sri Aurobindo, A Brief Biography”, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp.88-94

With the master Lele

Vishnu Bhaskar Lele met Sri Aurobindo in 1907, in Baroda. He was presented by His brother Barin, in a time When Sri Aurobindo was “groping for a way, without making any kind of sadhana, without making any effort Because He did not know what effort do, since everyone HAD failed” (On Himself, p. 77-8). They met in a private home and Sri Aurobindo Explained That first he was not interested in a practice of surrender, but to Obtain spiritual strength for His work. Lele replied with a sentence remained famous: That he said he would not be apologetic, since he was a poet.

In the days of withdrawal (ten) Realized what he later Aurobindo Called the “passive Brahman”, ie the “concrete consciousness of absolute calm and silence,” and this experience is for Several months Accompanied with a perception of the world as totally illusory, ie the reverse of what he sought.

“There was no ego, there was no real world – only When You Looked Through The Meaning of property, or related Sometimes he felt, That even in silence, with a world of empty forms, materialized shadows without true substance. There was not one , but not many, just absolutely That, featureless, without relations, well, indescribable, unthinkable, absolute, and yet supremely real and Solely real. […]

A real but something ineffable, some unique and supreme Reality, it Brought with it the negation of the Mind All That Can Be Stated as Being. We saw only a mass of cinematic forms insubstantial and empty of reality, the body continued to act, but only as an empty car, car. […]

At a first stage, the appearance of an illusory world Gave way to another, in Which the illusion is only a small surface phenomenon with immense Divine Reality behind it, a supreme Divine Reality in the heart of all things, ‘which at first HAD Seemed only shapes and shadows movie. And was this not as a return to Imprisonment in the senses, as a fall or a fall from supreme experience, but was rather a constant rise and expand the Truth That was the spirit saw the objects, not the senses, and Peace, Silence, Freedom always remained in the infinity, the world and all worlds Were just an episode in eternity without time constant of the Divine. “
(On Himself, p. 84-88)

This sense of unreality he remained for Several months, but Gradually disappeared, and “there was a return to participation in the world, something other than he resumes the dynamic, and spoke ACTED Through Him, but without any thought or personal initiative” (Ibid , p. 86)

At the end of January 1908 Sri Aurobindo left Bombay. Before leaving Lele, asked Him to give her guidance for future times and informed HIM HIM Within That mantra was born. Lele Began to give instructions, but then stopped and asked if he thought he Could Aurobindo Followed only by His inner guidance, The Same That HAD HIM Given the mantra. The answer is affirmative, then Lele advised to referrer from now on always the same: if he did know fully, he would not need anything else.

Shortly after, They met again in Calcutta. Lele asked HIM how to proceed sadhana, he continued the practice, and when to Aurobindo said no, That did not make a practice, but to follow Their inner guidance, Lele is envisaged That upset and continuing in this way the devil would have taken possession of HIM. Sri Aurobindo did not answer, but he thought he Within Himself That was sure to follow the Divine, not the devil. Thus ended His relationship with Lele, ‘which remained forever grateful However.

Sri Aurobindo wrote later experience with the Lele That was the first of four major projects on Which he founded His yoga. The second was Given To Him A Few months after the Alipore jail, When He Set The cosmic consciousness, the presence of the Divine in everything. The third and fourth embodiments, which effectively constitute the real heart of Purna Yoga, occurred in Subsequent years, to Pondichery: the realization of the dynamic of the Brahman and the Truth-Consciousness, or Supermind.

cf. P. Hees, “Sri Aurobindo, A Brief Biography”, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp.88-94

Ricerca di senso



Ricerca di senso

Brilla
la ragnatela
rallentando
ogni pensiero
alle pendici
di questo cuore
Anche oggi
danzano
le ombre
al sole
come panni stesi
ad asciugare
Voci e silenzio
intinte apparenze
non conoscono
profondità
nella ricerca
di senso

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Search for meaning

Shines
the spider web
slowing down
every thought
on the slopes
of this heart
Also today
dance
shadows
in the sun
like cloths
to dry
Voices and silence
apparent apparitions
It do not know
depth
in research
of meaning

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Fugaci momenti


Fugaci momenti

Inseguendo fugaci momenti
di benessere,volendoli stabilizzare.
Trovandomi sconnesso
col mio potere decisionale,
inavvertitamente coerente e veritiero.
A tratti scostante ma deciso
a prendere direzioni premesse
di una congiunta ragguardevole
fine serata, con amici sinceri,
finalmente.Mi ritrovo a dormire
con una dose d’alcool
che pareggia col mio peso.
Distrutto.

Giovinezza che non rimpiango.
Ma che non c’è più…
Errare errando,erroneamente convinto
di aver fallito ogni intrapresa
impresa immatura. Rimango a guardare l’alba
in un cielo che mi ha da sempre
fatto da sfondo,
comunque fosse andata.

Giuseppe Bustone

Pace interiore – Inner peace


🌸Pace interiore🌸

Per creare la pace interiore, per dare attenzione al nostro proposito e al bisogno che si vive come esigenza,sia necessario cercare spazio e profonda attenzione
con il silenzio.
Il silenzio tacita la mente,
permette di raccogliere l’essenza delle cose e fortifica la capacità di agire consapevolmente piuttosto che
reagire agli eventi della vita.
Non serve andare agli estremi ma cercare una giusta via di mezzo per accogliere e per lasciare andare quanto non sia necessario.

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🌸🌿🌸#Poetycamente
🌸Inner peace

To create inner peace, to pay attention to our purpose and to the need we live as a need, it is necessary to look for space and deep attention
with silence.
Silence quiets the mind,
it allows the essence of things to be gathered and strengthens the capacity to act consciously rather than
react to life events.
There is no need to go to extremes but to seek a happy medium to welcome and let go of what is not necessary.

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Mondo – World – William Blake


🌸Mondo🌸

“Vedere un mondo
in un grano di sabbia,
E un cielo in un fiore selvatico,
Tieni l’Infinito
nel palmo di una mano,
E l’Eternità in un’ora.”

William Blake
🌸🌿🌸#pensierieparole
🌸Word

“See a world
in a grain of sand,
And a sky in a wild flower,
Keep the Infinite
in the palm of a hand,
And Eternity in an hour. ”

William Blake