dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath

(24-11-1944(real) 24-6-1944(official) / Keralam, India)

Always the Full


Always the Full-drkgb
================
'Om purnamadah purnamidam purnaat purnamudachyate,
purnasya purnamadaya purnamevaavashishyate'
'That (pure consciousness) is Full (perfect): this (the manifest universe of matter; of names and forms being Maya) is Full. This Fullness has been projected from that Fullness. When this Fullness merges in that Fullness, all that remains is Fullness.'
-Peace invocation- Isa Upanishad

The Rishi chanted thus;
When? No one knows;
But, this is the Great Law;
On that the multiverse does glow;
Dawn-dusk-dawn; ding dong;
Lub-dub lub dub- the ever-long!

My muse, the never-ending;
No fuse; for It has to sing;
Rather It would;
Or It should!

That is why;
It is the Full;
The Poornam;
-The Eternal Full.
=====================
2-1-2013

Note-
The Great Law= The Law of conservation of energy
It is Full= The Upanishad thought
(The Space& The Sacred Space are The Full&
One& the same)
The Akasha (Space) is the manifestation of
The Hridayakasha (Sacred Space)

Always the Full-drkgb
================
'Om purnamadah purnamidam purnaat purnamudachyate,
purnasya purnamadaya purnamevaavashishyate'
'That (pure consciousness) is Full (perfect): this (the manifest universe of matter; of names and forms being Maya) is Full. This Fullness has been projected from that Fullness. When this Fullness merges in that Fullness, all that remains is Fullness.'
-Peace invocation- Isa Upanishad

The Rishi chanted thus;
When? No one knows;
But, this is the Great Law;
On that the multiverse does glow;
Dawn-dusk-dawn; ding dong;
Lub-dub lub dub- the ever-long!

My muse, the never-ending;
No fuse; for It has to sing;
Rather It would;
Or It should!

That is why;
It is the Full;
The Poornam;
-The Eternal Full.
=====================
2-1-2013

Note-
The Great Law= The Law of conservation of energy
It is Full= The Upanishad thought
(The Space& The Sacred Space are The Full&
One& the same)
The Akasha (Space) is the manifestation of
The Hridayakasha (Sacred Space)



Submitted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

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  • Rookie - 483 Points Drkgbalakrishnan Kandangath (1/19/2014 6:33:00 PM)

    Please chant this poem. The greatest contribution of India to humanity in the field of Knowledge. Every thing is there
    in this statement: This is Full; that is Full. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 483 Points Drkgbalakrishnan Kandangath (1/19/2014 6:33:00 PM)

    Please chant this poem. The greatest contribution of India to humanity in the field of Knowledge. Every thing is there
    in this statement: This is Full; that is Full. (Report) Reply

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