So knowing is that essence without words without symbols and without any need to convey such to another. This is knowing the self or being in simple
awareness without having a self or ego present; as "mind" is not the brain and not the body; the conceptual takes and mistakes that as being the case;
locked into programming of an ego self as an I... instead of simply flowing on and on as simply awareness... such a state is termed enlightenment. It
is the primodial state or ground of being; before any of these concepts were made manifest.
It is like completely wiping a disk back to blank and yet; all still occurs and can be can be performed by eye, ear, nose, taste, or touch by simply
contact and the mind remain unborn, unmade, and unmanifest and simply is; the rest is suchness or characteristics that hav qualities also known and
unknown yet it is possible to also become aware of those by a simple shifting of the eye, the ear, the nose, the tongue and touch or simply all of
that is contact in an omnipotence.
Such is not an easy path as all attachment much fall away inner and outer in the self/other duality that grasps concepts as real instead of bubbles of
thought that consciousness has created or fashioned in the conglomerate known as "life" from a time without recorded begining nor end. Nirvana is that
flow of being as awareness or the unwritten mind of being.
Birth without birth is why this is called the immortal womb; it is not created so how can it be concieved of? It is not tangible so how can it be
grasped? It has no self so how can it be defined other than awareness?
Such has to be drectly experienced as being but it does not require anyone to go anywhere or do anything other than simply BE. Sitting is sitting...
that is meditation anything else occuring other than sitting? Breathing?
Lets look at Death
Signs of death or strong indications that a warm-blooded animal is no longer alive are:
1. Respiratory arrest (no breathing)
2. Cardiac arrest (no pulse)
3. Pallor mortis, paleness which happens in the 15–120 minutes after death
4. Livor mortis, a settling of the blood in the lower (dependent) portion of the body
5. Algor mortis, the reduction in body temperature following death. This is generally a steady decline until matching ambient temperature
6. Rigor mortis, the limbs of the corpse become stiff (Latin rigor) and difficult to move or manipulate
7. Decomposition, the reduction into simpler forms of matter, accompanied by a strong, unpleasant odor.
Problems of definition: The concept of death is a key to human understanding of the phenomenon. There are many scientific approaches to the concept.
For example, brain death, as practiced in medical science, defines death as a point in time at which brain activity ceases. One of the challenges in
defining death is in distinguishing it from life.
As a point in time, death would seem to refer to the moment at which life ends. Determining when death has occurred requires drawing precise
conceptual boundaries between life and death. This is difficult, due to there being little consensus on how to define life. This general problem
applies to the particular challenge of defining death in the context of medicine.
It is possible to define life in terms of consciousness. When consciousness ceases, a living organism can be said to have died.
One of the flaws in this approach is that there are many organisms which are alive but probably not conscious (for example, single-celled organisms).
Another problem is in defining consciousness, which has many different definitions given by modern scientists, psychologists and philosophers.
Additionally, many religious traditions, including Abrahamic and Dharmic traditions, hold that death does not (or may not) entail the end of
consciousness. In certain cultures, death is more of a process than a single event. It implies a slow shift from one spiritual state to another. Other
definitions for death focus on the character of cessation of something. [clarification needed] In this context "death" describes merely the state
where something has ceased, for example, life. Thus, the definition of "life" simultaneously defines death.
Notice the paradox? Life simultaneously defines death; and that rigging it to consciousness? Is not a death but a transition or a phase of
So now one can clearly see; hopefully that becoming is the essence of life/death itself. Moment to moment in awareness... what does one grasp onto?
There is your awareness your being of attachment to concepts.
One is not inside the body; one is manifesting a dream outside of the body creating a bubble "you" where ever that is; so are you present washing
dishes? Or are you thinking about Tahti a term paper or whatever else? If not having a mind full of dishes by being clearly present and awake washing
them? Then you are creating a dream and a manifestation self or being and no dwelling in realty but asleep creating a reality an external mirroring
So mind focused and not attached; then it is simply doing and simply present in awareness; this is boddhi-chitta or awakened mind in action. Practice
makes such a state a constant in being as the clear light of awareness. This is the reason and why of manifestations they only exist because
unconsciously one was creating them in a dream state instead of reality. The unawkened mind is cause for war and chaos and duality, where the awakened
mind does not create such bubbles... the reason is because it brings suffering to the world; or poison to the being as an infection instead of the
medicine. Being the medicine is self administraition in restraint.
Restraint as a medicine; meditation focus, samadi awareness in one pointed concentration... what about bliss? One leaps off of all awareness of eye,
ear, nose, tongue, touch and experiences being... any grasping by self or other during such and "pop" back into the world of duality again... why?
Karma one is still defiled by intention or graping at concepts of being, if not by oneself? Other.
Then christianity borrowing the concept of Inanna or Ishtar for the concept of Christ as Easter
Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Yet not one of them will fall to the ground apart from the will of your Father.
The other that has a connection with you; is what carries ones consciousness or KA in the classical sense; as archtyped by Sumerian Goddess Inanna
"My father gave me the heavens,
gave me the earth,
I am Inanna!
Kingship he gave me,
queenship he gave me,
waging of battle and attack he gave me,
the floodstorm he gave me,
the hurricane he gave me!
The heavens he set as a crown upon my head,
the earth he set as sandals on my feet,
a holy robe he wrapped around my body,
a holy scepter he placed in my hand.
The gods are sparrows, I am a falcon."
Notice the yoke to realise "KA" is in her hand:
The yoke? Why the yoke? Nothing to do with eggs unless cracking zen koans or making breakfast and yet it does... as yoking ones focus to a single
point or "mind" that is not mind but just concepts floating and dreaming alseep taken as a self or mind.
Attachment discriminates creates a duality from attachment to concepts and ideas as perfect and imperfect; and reacting in such a manner? One is but a