“but it had been seen and the wonder of it remains” ~ passage from Krishnamurti’s Notebook

"There was a patch of blue sky between two vast, endless clouds; it was a clear, startling blue, so soft and penetrating. It would be swallowed up in a few minutes and it would disappear pear forever. No sky of that blue would ever be seen again. It had been raining most of the night … Continue reading “but it had been seen and the wonder of it remains” ~ passage from Krishnamurti’s Notebook

clean perception restored ~ when courage and sincere desire

there might be ways and methods to regain a childlike seeing of the world, but gazing into the depths of innocence, providing courage and sincerity overtake dominion of one's mind, even for only a second ... clean perception is restored. whatever learned suddenly makes no sense at all, when courage and sincere desire overtake you. … Continue reading clean perception restored ~ when courage and sincere desire

The World from Now’s Point of View

There is nothing to think about the world. From Now’s point of view, the world is but an image projected onto retina of the eye, combined with sound. Occasionally, throw in some tactile sensations. Now’s perspective is useful (indispensable even) when seeking real love and everlasting happiness. P. S. What is not Now’s perspective, surely … Continue reading The World from Now’s Point of View

A World of Light

Doesn't sleep feel good? Pretty dreams, bad dreams. Doesn't wakefulness feel good? There is a right time for each. When time for sleep, light gently withdraws. When time to awake, light gently sweeps in until it’s all lighted up. Humanity’s time for sleep has passes. Chase away the veils of last remains of dreams. Perfect … Continue reading A World of Light

Architecture of Experience

Architecture of Experience It starts with space. A point. I am. A circle. A new world. Two circles intersected. A simple scape: sky, above, sea, the intersection part and earth, below. Three circles. A pyramid. A simple object. It might become a tree, a mountain or a boat. Introducing colors. Turquoise and blue for the … Continue reading Architecture of Experience