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Lël - A Poem

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Everything is in essence lël.
A meme. 
What is scene upon the infinite ocean we call the dream.

 

Is it a projection out or in?

Is it real, or something yet to have been?

It is time to drop all lenses, all notions preconceived;

The essence of lël you will perceive.

Come with me into Divine amusement

No rush; no time there is to do it.

 

 

 

 


"The greatest illusion of all is the illusion of separation." - Guru Pathik

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16 minutes ago, TheAvatarState said:

What is scene upon the infinite ocean we call the dream.

Is that scene or seen? Or both? Do they arise mutually within the dream.

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12 minutes ago, cetus said:

Is that scene or seen? Or both?

Don’t you think a scene needs to be seen for it to be called a scene, in the first place? 

If there’s no one to witness it, does a scene actually exist?

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@TheAvatarState Nice poem. 

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@xxxx Don't go down non existence lines of thinking  or think that much about this stuff. Feel and soon you will realize that it is all Love. You are Love. 

 

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To finally solve you nothing. 

Nothing is pure Love and it has /only can be / to be that way since it's actual Infinity. 

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@TheAvatarState **snaps fingers in appreciation **

Curious about the word you used, Lel. I could only find 'mount Lel, the original home of the Hebrew God el. Anyway,  thanks for the meditative read. 


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32 minutes ago, cetus said:

Is that scene or seen? Or both? Do they arise mutually within the dream.

Looks like it did its job ;) the real question is do you see it as a meme?

 

@seeking_brilliance aw, thank you! Glad you enjoyed it. 

That isn't what I meant by lel, but finding out that Mount Lël is the "original home of God" is an absolutely wonderful "synchronicity." Of course!!! The closest I can come to defining my "lël" is limitless Divine amusement in the house of Maya. "Funny" doesn't cut it. It's like a "humor" bursting out of the seams. But lël isn't a "state" or a particular "lens," it's something I have discovered about my experience of reality that I haven't a word for.  


"The greatest illusion of all is the illusion of separation." - Guru Pathik

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Just now, TheAvatarState said:

Looks like it did its job ;) the real question is do you see it as a meme?

It sure did and then some. But I'm missing the meme. Throw me a bone here.

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@xxxx does a scene exist without anyone there to see it? If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound? 

Is a scene an interpretation? Of the mind, or of Mind?


"The greatest illusion of all is the illusion of separation." - Guru Pathik

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1 minute ago, cetus said:

It sure did and then some. But I'm missing the meme. Throw me a bone here.

Try expanding your awareness of meme, beyond silly pictures on the internet with captions. Ask: what is a meme? You might be delighted what you find.


"The greatest illusion of all is the illusion of separation." - Guru Pathik

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4 minutes ago, TheAvatarState said:

If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound? 

Damn, I was thinking of the same example right now, haha- and I used a similar one in a post a few days ago. 

A scene is the interpretation of the Mind through the mind. 

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2 minutes ago, xxxx said:

A scene is the interpretation of the Mind through the mind. 

It might seem that way. Most scenes experienced are filtered through the mind (ego), back to itself to create meaning. But does "scene" stop existing when you awaken or enter a non-dual state? You can still be in the world, perceiving shapes and sounds and feelings, but without the usual filters. What then?


"The greatest illusion of all is the illusion of separation." - Guru Pathik

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Amazing! Thank you for sparking a flame.

 

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3 minutes ago, xxxx said:

Damn, I was thinking of the same example right now, haha- and I used a similar one in a post a few days ago. 

That old saying has been upgraded for 2021. Now it's "If a bear shits in the woods, does it make a smell?" 

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@cetus what were you thinking of?


"The greatest illusion of all is the illusion of separation." - Guru Pathik

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3 minutes ago, TheAvatarState said:

But does "scene" stop existing when you awaken or enter a non-dual state?

Awakening and feeling the non-duality within this duality is also an egoic interpretation of the Mind. 

There’s no ‘scene’ in the infinite non-duality. 

 

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8 minutes ago, cetus said:

That old saying has been upgraded for 2021. Now it's "If a bear shits in the woods, does it make a smell?" 

Sigh! I need to keep up with the times. 

Thanks for the update, Cetus! Haha! 

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Consciousness 'appears' on the absolute as if on a screen. -Nisargadatta

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@cetus

27 minutes ago, cetus said:

That old saying has been upgraded for 2021. Now it's "If a bear shits in the woods, does it make a smell?" 

That still seems very 20th century. What about: "If you fall asleep during a netflix marathon, does it continue playing?"


"The greatest illusion of all is the illusion of separation." - Guru Pathik

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