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On Dec 31, 2013 Jagdish wrote:|
Just for communication, I name this kind of experience and living as the fourth dimension- a dimension that transcends the other dimensions of seeing, perceiving, thinking and expressing. it is beyond conceptual, philosophical and other boundaries. It is like being in the moment and not thinking about the moment. It is where the dance, the dancer and the dancing become one. I experience this fourth dimension in many contexts when chanting comes to me and I become the chanting, when i see a mom with her child being fully present to each other and I deeply feel a part of them and I feel that when I am holding a sad child in my arms. it is not even I and Thou.It transcends the I- Thou, a child and an old man- dimensions of the relationship.This a gift is for both. It is cyclical experience and not a linear experience. The veil disappears and there blooms the beauty of the beloved, the Divine.
On Dec 31, 2013 aj wrote: