above the table.
The polyhedron consists of 12 regular pentagons and has fundamental golden connections.
“At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon.
And my ambition has been growing steadily ever since.“ - Salvador Dali
so what else is possible?".
As is known by many I was born a dyslexic in the world of lexics
but, supported by family and life, enabled to truly understand
the mis-guided code of the lexics in order to fit.
Since my early awareness of Jung, Graves, Carson, Harding and
Pirsig at Grammar School, I have followed my own personal voyage
of discovery and know as da Vinci would know that your lexic
masterpiece will forever sit next to Pirsig's original.
You must now think about your own "Lila".
and may be used
with the suffix -san.
Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh became known
as OSHO because of his in depth
understanding of Buddha, dharma,
the passing of the key to Mahakashyapa;
and how dharma was doomed to
"wither on the vine in India", so to speak.
Mahakashyapa was the first holder of
six holders of the key who lived in India,
up through Bodhidharma, who as the sixth
holder, was then minded to take it to China, to find a.n.other who was worthy of it being passed
to. It was in China that Bodhidharma sat for 9 years staring at a wall, waiting for the person
who can listen to me.
rom the perspective that I call evolutionary nonduality, we don't want to separate our self from the world process because when we do we fall into a false or dualistic way of thinking. We are not separate from the world process. In our own small way, we're all contributing to where we're going. The choices we make, the actions we take, what we say, what we don't say, are all adding to the momentum of the vast cosmic unfolding.
When we really embrace the TRUTH - that we are not separate from the process that created us, then we need to become very clear about all the ways in which we are actually affecting the process, so that we can begin to more consciously impact its momentum in positive and evolutionary ways.
~ Andrew Cohen…