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Sometimes I feel

Posted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 2:47 pm
by dubhasa
I have always sensed music in the form of waves. I rarely pay attention to words or meanings. It’s just the joy within the rhythm that resonates with me.

I also sense presence in wave form. It feels as if it is a fluid with no predefined shape or hardness. Fluid without any weight. It moves, it oscillates. Like a geyser, it rushes up words. Sometimes I feel myself literally dancing to it. It is very subtle. General happiness or sense pleasure seems very heavy and gross compared to subtlety of this weightless fluid.

Sometimes everything appears as this fluid, full of currents and movements. Inside and outside worlds, everything seems to be composed of waves of sensations; continuous and never ending.

Sometimes I feel like I am right in the midst of magnificent orchestra and everything and everyone is playing a part. They are playing not just music and notes but also expressing through movements, thoughts, feelings and sensations. Every single sound, every single sight, movement seems to be in the play.

It feels like I am standing right in the middle of it, watching it, observing it and thoroughly enjoying it. Infinite variety of pure experiences and sensations. I just swirl around at the center experiencing movements, sensations around me…

Re: Sometimes I feel

Posted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 4:08 pm
by arel
Movement is what creates the concept of time. Sense perceptions pick up on the movement all around creating the world. Light hitting the eyes, sound waves hitting the ears, etc, etc.

But there is the space of "no time". The space of no movement, right there with movement happening all around. The "no time" space is Now. It has the quality of Knowing. Knowing about the movement happening. The movement happens, the world arises.What we are is changeless, knowing present moment, the timeless Now. Only through that space of "no time" the world of time can be known. Explore if that is true for yourself, in the intimacy of your own experience, right there where you are, right in this very present moment. It is very simple and immediately available right now.

Re: Sometimes I feel

Posted: Mon Jun 21, 2010 6:48 pm
by Marcel Franke
Dubhasa, your like a dancing Derwish.

Re: Sometimes I feel

Posted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 4:00 pm
by gen6
that's so cool, you're sensitive with different perceptions.

Re: Sometimes I feel

Posted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 7:25 pm
by Sighclone
Dubhasa -

We always welcome your comments -- welcome back! I'm with you on music. We may have different tastes, but there are deep traces of divinity in many melodies, and my "little me" self always relaxes its attempt to grab at me in the midst of hearing some works...the music of the spheres....

My bent is Classical. Last Sunday night, I was finishing a difficult, but ultimately rewarding report, and just as I started typing the last sentence, our classical station began playing Brahm's First Symphony in C-minor, which opens with that resplendant first maturing chord. It is my favorite symphony, and this project had been a long time in the works. When these moments of synchronicity arise (and this one was particularly poignant), I just say "thank you." I guess that is as close as I come to praying these days.

I still point many new members to your "Guard Dog" essay, always receiving gratitude...

Andy

Re: Sometimes I feel

Posted: Fri Jul 02, 2010 3:13 pm
by dubhasa
Thanks Andy. Much appreciated.