Those are golden days when in you a confusion appears. Of paths. Two. Not same but similar. You are free to go on either. You have time and you have the means. Both filled with just your kind of memory pleasures. You can even smell that fragrance of the past through your memory. To both the destinations journey is similar. Similar. Similar! Can a journey to similar sounding places be similar? It will be of highest essence to learn which road will take you closest to your end. Unless you haven’t seen your end and lived it inside you several times before, you might only reach half way and feel satisfied. Because it is only you who will determine it for yourself, others will take part, some will show the way. Many shall distract. The end determines the journey more if not as much the process itself. Advertisements
Dawn 11 12:43 AM New Delhi “When you Rest, you Rust.” Read this somewhere today. I remembered my father who said, “for an artist resting is changing of attention.” With a new room, new plants have arrived. Fresher air and a few birds. Nights make you feel about days that sprint by like breathing. Unaware of its passing. There is no time to rest. The battle to the bottom is fierce and when you are at war with oneself, to work for yourself. To be able to stay put just like you had thought. But to work like you have no boss, your find has to be to find a better boss. Do not rest, just sleep for a while. Breathe deep.
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Haar nahi Manunga
Raar nahi Thanunga
Dawn 7 New Delhi The day was Tantra. But first of all what did you feel when you read this word? Were you uncomfortable? Does the sound of it makes you uneasy? You should tell me. Because if you only know what does Tantra mean? I have grown knowing Tantra in two forms that came from two masters. The first one was an elderly, who poured his grace for weeks that I could spend in his space. He talked in Sanskrit and Hindi. And he introduced me to the simpler, easier to understand form of Tantra. Probably because he must have grown infinitely from within simplifying aspects of life. He said one morning as we sat facing each other after the concluding worshiping fire. He said tan is body and tra is rhythm. It is only a practise of rhythm of the body. And thus he simplified mantra and yantra. The other two forms of sciences that were prevalent in pre Vedic times. Mantra being rhythm of the mind and Yantra being rhythm of the tool or the machine, …