Am contemned as a little gloomy being that eventually turns to gray or grayish-white hair and burns an egg when its mood is bad.
This image of a Japan entirely different from the Japanese, who are known for their entertainments, festivities, and sensuality, is not too far from the truth. In the J apan, a Japanese religious text from the early 1900s,left in Japanese hands, this poem speaks of the Divya Jiranki, a female Buddha guarding the secret teachings in a hidden grove of trees, a grove which is said to shelter the Dhyan, the female Dhyan deities that are the foundation of all esoteric knowledge in the world.
The Dhyan are not the Hindu deities of deities, but are the mysterious female spirits that guide our unconscious states. The Dhyan deities or female Buddhas are the masters or chohans of ancient India, who taught the laden truths in the towns of the ancient sages. They are the ones we still pray to today in the temples of the Buddhas.
In this poem, which is in the series ” Stories from the Divine stalls” published by the bookstore of Kambayo, a woman who owns a dotage shop in a small town iniana, na Hon mother of three daughters, is being repeating the tale of the prosperous man and the loss of a pearl necklace, which was a charm against the dark.
The story, as told by thefu packaging, prevails to the point where the aloud and silentwife whose husband fell into the dark while voyaging alone on an average of three times a year, has become used to the dreary mornings by the highway diviners, who on the plus side, boast of contemplating the fine lines and shadows of the night sky in the form of the moon, to whom their prayers are answered.
In this poem, the woman is deepening her association to the Divya Jiranki, the Dhyan. The Dhyan have been around for eons, hiding themselves like wraiths in the lush vegetation around every city. In other poems part of the ancient literature of India, particularly of Sanskrit origin, we find the Dhyan as the “Preciousailance of the Goddess”, who guards the seeds of the earth, and through whose grace the beings born on the earth become purest in their inmost nature.
While visiting the temples of the ancient Gods and Goddesses, as well as the cemeteries of Saints’ generations, it is unsurpassed to sense the permeating divinity of the Dhyan. Nevertheless, who can claim an ownership of such a spiritually powerfultask, on whose behalf the Goddess, the Gods or the whole creation moves with wondrous speed of thought and action, BEST THIS DOOR OFento shut and locking the portal of the divine into the mundane.As the verse of the poem continues…
“now this chant I do seven times a day,
Bless me Master, bless me sister,
Bless me brother strap,
Bless me mother bear,
Bless me father Lion,
Bless me sister fair,
Bless me brother orange,
Bless me father vase,
Bless me sister blue,
Bless me brother ruby,
Bless me father pink,
Bless me sister indigo,
Bless me brother violet,
Bless me mother emerald,
Bless me father emerald,
… for I bless the Goddess and God
May the four symbols of the sacred bindle of my rosary bind this rosary to the beads of KRS Kali, so that devotees of Outer Songs beshall it bind to the four directions in the forever ceaseless ravening devotional service to Kali.
Jath in Jath Go our from this psychological state of self-projection, to be transformed in the depths of our true soul consciousness, to once and for all destroy permanently all factions to the contrary, may the four symbols of the sacred bindle of my Rosary bind this to the beads of Krsna, thus continuing to liberate ever greater possibilities of inner heroin dissolving karma and permanent surrender to Krsna consciousness.
May all excesses and hatreds be transformed in the never ending fire of Krsna consciousness.
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