The Womb of Space…

Photo courtesy of: 'Singing Bowl' by madasapsy – Flickr http://tinyurl.com/ybctkql8

Photo courtesy of: ‘Singing Bowl’ by madasapsy – Flickr
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“The Womb of Space… dwell within the silence, a light clear awareness… a foundational ‘place’… the zero-point… Each point is a singularity, akin to the ‘black holes’ of physical space. It ‘incorporates’ in its appearing the whole of space… The heart can hardly contain such boundless and intense beauty; the spirit can barely accommodate the richness of touching space directly and incisively.”

…… Dynamics of Time and Space, and Sacred Dimensions of Time and Space, Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche

THE SESSION
By Ken McKeon

A blur of sound trembles,
Gives way to a bell,
Remains within silence,

The dark rounding,
The flesh ways
Of a cheek, the throat,
Jaw, teeth, lips,

They arise, they fall away,
The bone holds for a while,
The skull,

And the mind?
It can’t be found,
I’ve looked,

I’ve passed away,
Into a blur of sound,
A cello,

It is the heart,
A beating warmth,
The body smiles,

A friend welcomes me back
By ringing a bell,
Beginning the day.

About David Filippone

For more than 25 years I’ve been a 'student' of the Time, Space, Knowledge vision (TSK), not a teacher. And I write from an inquiring student's perspective neither proclaiming nor declaring. I figuratively sit in awe at the feet of a master, Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche. For the past 12 years, my personal TSK guide has been Jack Petranker, founder of the "Center for Creative Inquiry" (CCI), past dean of the "Tibetan Nyingma Institute", and author of "When It Rains Does Space Get Wet?", "Inside Knowledge", and other TSK related books and articles... I've also received TSK instruction from the late, Carolyn Pasternak of the Odiyan Retreat Center... As a volunteer for the past several years, I've been curating the TSK focused, CCI Facebook page at... https://tinyurl.com/ybyfolcf
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