Separation and unity


 

When looking with the eyes of our mind
We see things from far united
If we look closer
All divides more and more
The deeper we look:
Outside: Separation

But when we look closer
With our spiritual eyes
All unites more and more
The deeper we look:
Inside: Oneness, Unity

DidiArtist, 01.06.2017

Food for the mind


 

 

Power of discrimination is needed
To know what is what

Out of laziness, tradition, ignorance
We follow truth where it finds majority
Easily convinced and persuaded
Leaving things unchecked

Thus throw everything in one pot
Stir truth and untruth
Mix them together
Sell them as truth

Result: A dish of half-truths
Food for the mind…

We need a good stomach
To digest such inconsistencies…

DidiArtist, 22.09.2018

 

Borrowed acknowledgement


 

Born in the dust
With hands hurt
Through barbed wires
Arising from moments

Left in the corner
In ice-cold smiles
Eyes searching for help
Asking for mercy

A deal in the air
Between stumbling words
And false promises
To grant a piece of affiliation

Time covers the root
Forgotten is the deal
Found in resonance
Flattering words

Life continues in darkness
Not knowing of the trap
Thinking of love and light
Imprisoned in the night

My heart is with them…
May they awake from sufferings, dark dreams
Newly born in conscious light
Of love and happy life…

DidiArtist, 25.02.2012

 

Dreaming reality


 

Often a dream
Is an anchor
Island in a cruel world
To rest in ourselves
With hopes on painted time
To let us breath
Fantasy
Plaster on wounds

A flight in ourselves
Where no hand can steal
To live in rainbow colours
Spilling gold to ends
A handful happiness
A dream alive
Caressed heart
Invisible touch

Awoke from dreams
In grey reality
Where freedom lives alone
With a dream exploded
In splitting feelings
To taste stale moments
Fading pulse
Losing hands

DidiArtist, 05.09.2011

 

Positive and Negative Powers – by Sant Kirpal Singh


 
 

 
 
Nobody can ever see God-Absolute. God-in-expression called Word or Naam manifests in the form of Light and Sound Principle which can be seen and heard with the inner eyes and inner ears with the help and grace of a competent Master. He has a two-fold function; one that of Kal and the other that of Dayal. Mohammedans designate these by the words Shaitan and Rehman, while Zoroastrians use the term Aharman and Harmuzd. These may be called the negative and the positive powers, both aspects of the One Great and Undivided God.

The negative power, Kal, Shaitan, Aharman, represents the power that is going into expression, bringing all creation into being, and the other, Dayal, Rahman and Harmuzd (the Positive Power) represents the power of inversion, bringing the soul back to its source. These then are the centrifugal and centripetal powers working in all creation.

Mind is an agent of the negative power and always brings one into the outer world. On the other hand, the contact with the Divine Word within leads the soul back to God which is wordless or absolute. Though mind is activated by the soul, yet it has come to dominate it. Again, mind is further controlled by the senses or the outside faculties which in turn drag us into the field of sensual pleasures born out of attachments to sense objects without. Master tells us how to withdraw the soul current by means of concentration at the centre of our being and grants us contact with the Divine Word which is within and which is the way to God. Negative power keeps in control the creation in expression or manifestation. But once the soul comes in contact with the Divine Word, it is liberated from the bondage of mind and matter with the help and grace of the Master, and is freed from the grip of the negative power.

Sant Kirpal Singh