Friday, August 1, 2008

Jupiterian Principle: Wisdom Patterns



condensated knowledge forms are
oscillating in my vision
comprehension unobstructed
roots of wisdom growing wild

phenomena in their nature
interwoven information
exhorting for comprehension
rising beyond human mind

open pastures, heart dimension
ethereal syndication
fundamental integration
solid self evaporating

eternity enveloping
infinity microscoping
emptiness of present instant
dancing in the open space

sipping from the wisdom ocean
medicated knowledge-potion
access insight rivers streaming
flooding lands of soul terrain

life in eden is delightful
flowerlords are celebrating
waltzing troops of crazy angels
have i touched the mind of god?



Ananda said...


Holy shit Batman, he actually said "god" in the text!!!

Anonymous said...

More shocking even would be if he had aknowleged the depth of the retardedness of his poetry.

Spanish Moss said...

George Bush:
"Just forget that I started the war in Iraq!

Erase it from your memory and forget it ever happened!!!

Leave me ALONE!!!"

(Quick Robin - to the Batmobile)

Anonymous said...

Dear Ananda Baba:

On behalf of the Vaishnava community, I would like to say, in regards to your renouncing Vaishnavism and becoming an atheist,


Have a nice eternity in the Viraja river.

When you get there, give my regards to nothing.

(the end)

Ananda said...

Did I, like, say somewhere explicitly that I was an atheist? You don't really have a clue of what I am, and I think that's what's bugging you the most!

Anonymous said...

I like this kind of poetry...

Cheer you up, cheer you up, cheer you up in the pin-up-club... shanannananana wake up in the lasy jail, I come to cheer you up up in the pin-up-club. (I forgot the band, but it was 4 girls having a hit in the eighties... the bummmmm!)


I am too sexy for Milan, too sexy for Milan, New York and Japahannnn...
I am too sexy for my body, too sexy for my body the way I am discodancing... (A gay singer having a hit being way too sexy)


We are the cheeky girls, we are the cheeky girls, we are the cheeky girls, we are the cheeky girls... tsjikkitsjikkitjikki !!! (Two female singers from Bulgaria filling their pockets with the cheeky song)


Lick it now, lick it good, lick this pussy just like you should, my neck, my back, lick my pussy and my crack ! (big hit a few years back)

Less is more and love is all you need.

Anonymous said...

And as a sadhana-tip !

Try to read the poetry above out loud and as monotomous as you can, they way you would recite a mantra.

Do it !

Now !

Have you tried it, giving it a serious try ?
Do it together with a friend.

The art is not to laugh.

Anonymous said...

...o my has the weed touched
the mind of this guy...

Ananda said...

It's curious that anything out of the box gets easily filed as dope production. Much of what's coming out is a natural continuation of dimensions I left unexplored as I joined a certain restrictive and remodeling cult many of us are intimately familiar with. We could just try to look at stuff as it is without projecting stereotypes to help us assess its value.

Mr. Ananda ∴ μ α ω λ said...

Anon: "Try to read the poetry above out loud and as monotomous as you can, they way you would recite a mantra."

It actually does work; any sufficiently recurring verbal formulation exercises the pattern-cognitive abilities of the brain. Of course, if the mantra has an intelligible meaning featuring negative associations, or if the meter of the chant is disharmonic, it will create an adverse effect on the individual. But it does create an effect.

I am working on an article on the binary polarities and patterns in mantras and linguistic formulae in general, and the levels of effect they exercise on diverse cognitive areas. In illustrating, I use a model featuring CPU/Electronics logic to make abstract mental patterns intelligible on a more tangible and formulaic level.

The well-known Hare Krishna -mantra, for an example, features several layers of binary polarity that increase the clock frequency and switching capacity of the brain. Longer mantra-formulae create additional generic instruction sets and a registry of patterns, while increasing the brain's length of the sequencing pipelines, especially when combined with meditative projection or modeling.

It's wonderful that more research on neuroplasticity is being done these days; particularly as some studies include observation of seasoned meditators. I would definitely love to visit a cognitive lab and see if I can light up cognitive segments of the brain in sequences to create patterns on the monitor in real time...

Mr. Ananda ∴ μ α ω λ said...

Re: "On behalf of the Vaishnava community, I would like to say, in regards to your renouncing Vaishnavism and becoming an atheist..."

For new readers who may not have a context for what the uproar here is all about; two links to my old journal and the concluding chapters of a journey in the world of theistic Hinduism.

- Dharma Reloaded
- Gods Forsaken, Paradise Lost

The Vraja Journal also features a good deal of interesting content, but the language and context may be a bit thicker to penetrate there, as it was primarily written for a particular audience, and assumes familiarity with the genre and its general concepts.

Mr. Ananda ∴ μ α ω λ said...

...follows the spirit of both Kalevala and Anustubh meters, the latter the most common of short meters in Sanskrit literature. Sanskrit grammarians will have to deal with the fact that the last line has only 7 syllables... flows better in English.

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