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梵,或不能描述的原理


我把4 月在南方澳拍的照片做了個slide show,配上了Kishori Amonkar 的「Jane aj mee ajar」,歌詞取自Maharashtra 聖哲Dnyaneshwar(1275–1296)以馬拉地語(Marathi)所寫的Dnyaneshwari,是對印度教經傳薄伽梵歌(Bhagavad Gītā18 章 55 節的注解/演繹。

我大概沒有在海邊想通甚麼的,只是身體細胞有65-90% 是水的話,在那無始無終的大水前面自然會有種感應。

V. V. Shirvaikar 的英譯如下。

Bhagavad Gītā Ch 18-55: “By devotion one truely understands what and who I am in essence. Having known Me in essence, one immediately merges into Me.”

He knows that when he awakens then all emotions he saw in the dream were not different from himself.

Smilarly he experiences that what appears to be existing and not existing is all himself the knower.

He knows that I am the birthless, ageless, inexhaustible, indestructible, without past and of unlimited blss.

He also knows that I am also imovable, not liable to fall down, infinite, incomparable, root of everything, formless as well as with form.

The bender of the ruling powers as well as the ruler, without begining, indestructible, fearless, support of as well as the supporteed objects.

He also knows that I am the master of everything, and am ever, natura, unceasing, everything and in everything and beyond all.

That which is most recent and also oldest, with form of nil and yet complete, biggest and tiniest, is all me.

That which is actionless, companionless and without sorrow is also me.

All things are in Me and I am in all things.

Thus I am the Superior Person.

I am without words, without ears, form or lineage.

I am the uniform and independent, Brahman the ultimate.

Thus by becoming one with Me he knows me through his incomparable devotion and also realizes that this knowledge is also Me.

He knows that I am the birthless, ageless, inexhaustible, indestructible, without past and of unlimited blss.

相關:Dnyaneshwari 英譯(Dr Ravin Thatte)

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Quotes: Paul Auster/ Paul Benjamin

“…I’ve always been fascinated by the imbalance between the physical author of a book, the individual who puts his name onto the cover, and the authentic author who I am not certain is the same person. Take War and Peace, for example. On the cover it says, ‘Leo Tolstoy.’ You open the book on the first page, and somebody starts speaking to you. Is this Tolstoy real? No, it is the one that can be perceived as the narrative voice of Tolstoy. One that is very different from the man called Tolstoy. The stories, it seems to me, are written by a certain place in our interior which is unknown and inaccessible to us. This is the reason why the biography of the writer and his work are never in accordance. A biographical study will never tell you where exactly the work came from.”

— The Compass with the Flickering Rhythm – An Interview with Paul Auster (“Entrevista a Paul Auster: Al Compás de un Ritmo Pendular” por Santiago del Rey. Quimera 109, May 1992, pp.22-27. Trans. Carl-Carsten Springer and Ira Plaschke)

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Interview w. Paul Auster 2002

Interview w. Paul Auster 1997

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Burt Harding: the only thing that works

You are a human being. The human part of you is a seeker. Seeking eventually leads to frustration, confusion and failure of finding the truth. We reach a point when seeking just stops. It is at this point that we start discovering BEING! It is through the human seeking that we finally find what doesn’t work. Embrace your humanity. Through this allowing and surrender of humanity we find what we have always been…BEING ITSELF!! It is through separation that we find Oneness!

Emotional feeling is Energy-Motion (emotion) brought about by thought. Any thought believed to be real acts on the body as sensation.

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Guilt is Memory – Not Now!

Fear of Loving Who You are

Dealing with Fear *

How Do I Accept Myself?

We Want to Make Things Real!

(Bonus: ) Accept Yourself

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Derrida on memory & ghosts

Ken McMullen, Ghost Dance (1983)

Derrida describes an ‘unnatural’ ghostly haunting whereby the dead are taken into us, but they are not internalized as they would be under more ‘normal’ circumstances (a psychoanalytic view of mourning) – he labels this as ‘terrifying.’


Derrida recounts his 1982 arrest in Czechoslavakia on trumped-up drug charges …

see also this clip in which Derrida plays ‘himself’ in the film and comments upon ghosts as they pertain to cinema and representation itself; the late Pascale Ogier (1958-1984) plays ‘Pascale’ who is questioning Derrida.

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留言 10 Sep, 10

要說大慨只能這麼說

第二節
第三節

相關:黃凌鋒自殺事件 (OurTV.hk 「哲人道」第十六、十七集 -共12節)

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Screaming for Ice-cream


這是一個怎樣的時刻?
你猜是獄卒害怕囚人,還是囚人害怕獄卒呢?
有人真要在每天的伙食中,加進冰淇淋做飯後甜品嗎?
顯然是沒有的,但在各自的囚室裡,沒見過面的人一起大聲呼喊「我們都要冰淇淋!」創造了甚麼?穿越了甚麼?把甚麼變成顯露?於是有了集體,於是有了一把任何人都沒能力發出的聲音。

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Wadiya Mera Daman

(摘自未完成的書)

‧‧‧‧‧‧如果是齣電影的話,車窗外的路景疊印著玻璃上反映的一張沾了塵與油垢的臉,它給城市永遠沒肯關的燈光一下一下劃成模糊,讓人錯覺畫面播放的速度有點不穩,時間一下凝滯一下加快,聲軌配上Lata Mangeshkar 的Wadiya Mera Daman,以過份煽情的唱腔訴願難圓的愛情與夢、或兩者的互為置換,叫一切卑微貧賤的細屑,放大到生命一樣的厚度‧‧‧‧‧‧那麼我就能夠看見自己,如像有誰在我所沒法攀到的高度看著自己於此凡塵之世一個人的兵荒馬亂,與一首過時的、迂腐於小節的流行曲所唱無異,卻突然因為那陌生那熟知,撫平與安慰,那不能撫平不能安慰的毀損、變形與後遺‧‧‧‧‧‧但我只聽見風壓在車窗縫竄過的聲音,沒有主觀鏡。城市與人臉沒有成為任何事情的隱喻。

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N. Rajam: Ghei Chhand

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