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Nyuszi és Őz and Wild Deer

Mystical Poetry

Poetry is one of the most useful expressions of a mystic’s inner experiences. By nature a mystic is able to access a state of consciousness that is beyond the usual awareness of humanity. At a certain stage mystics and great seekers have said it is impossible to describe the consciousness they have attained.

However through poetry it is possible for the mystic poets to give a glimpse of higher worlds, like a finger pointing to the moon there inspiring utterances offer a poetic description of their elevating experiences.

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Behind Me Dips Eternity

Behind Me — dips Eternity –
Before Me — Immortality –
Myself — the Term between –
Death but the Drift of Eastern Gray,
Dissolving into Dawn away,
Before the West begin –

– Emily Dickinson

 

 

 

 

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Mystic Poets Include

Rumi
Hafiz
William Blake
Mirabai
St Teresa of Avila
Christian Mystics
Hindu Poets
Sufi Poets
The Poet Seers
Zen Poets
Buddhist Poets

 

 

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Wild Deer

Where are you O Wild Deer?
I have known you for a while, here.

Both loners, both lost, both forsaken
The wild beast, for ambush, have all waken

Let us inquire of each other’s state
If we can, each other’s wishes consummate

I can see this chaotic field
Joy and peace sometimes won’t yield

O friends, tell me who braves the danger
To befriend the forsaken, behold the stranger

Unless blessed Elias may come one day
And with his good office open the way

It is time to cultivate love
Individually decreed from above

Thus I remember the wise old man
Forgetting such a one, I never can

That one day, a seeker in a land
A wise one helped him understand

Seeker, what do you keep in your bag
Set up a trap, if bait you drag

In reply said I keep a snare
But for the phoenix I shall dare

Asked how will you find its sign
We can’t help you with your design

Like the spruce become so wise
Rise to the heights, open your eyes

Don’t lose sight of the rose and wine
But beware of your fate’s design

At the fountainhead, by the riverside
Shed some tears, in your heart confide

This instrument won’t tune to my needs
The generous sun, our wants exceeds

In memory of friends bygone
with spring showers hide the golden sun

With such cruelty cleaved with a sword
As if with friendship was in full discord

When flows forth the crying river
With your own tears help it deliver

My old companion was so unkind
O Pious Men, keep God in mind

Unless blessed Elias may come one day
Help one loner to another make way

Look at the gem and let go of the stone
Do it in a way that keeps you unknown

As my hand moves the pen to write
Ask the main writer to shed His light

I entwined mind and soul indeed
Then planted the resulting seed

In this marriage the outcome is joy
Beauty and soulfulness employ

With hope’s fragrant perfume
Let eternal soul rapture assume

This perfume comes from angel’s sides
Not from the doe whom men derides

Friends, to friends’ worth be smart
When obvious, don’t read it by heart

This is the end of tales of advice
Lie in ambush, fate’s cunning and vice.

-Hafiz

 

 

What the Bleep Do We Know!?

We create our own reality

Filmed in Portland, Oregon, What the Bleep Do We Know!? presents a viewpoint of the physical universe and human life within it, with connections to neuroscience and quantum physics. Some ideas discussed in the film are:

The universe is best seen as constructed from thought (or ideas) rather than from matter.
“Empty space” is not empty.
Matter is not solid. Electrons pop in and out of existence and it is unknown where they disappear to.
Beliefs about who one is and what is real are a direct cause of oneself and of one’s own realities.
Peptides manufactured in the brain can cause a bodily reaction to emotion.
In the narrative segments of the movie, Marlee Matlin portrays Amanda, a photographer who plays the role of everywoman as she experiences her life from startlingly new and different perspectives.

In the documentary segments of the film, interviewees discuss the roots and meaning of Amanda’s experiences. The comments focus primarily on a single theme: We create our own reality.

 

 

 

 

The Law of 33%
Why I read a book a day
Tai Lopez
TEDxUBIWiltz

How would your life be different if Bill Gates was your business mentor, Warren Buffett was your investment advisor, and the Dalai Lama was your teacher? Finding mentors like this is one of the biggest predictors of your future success.As Picasso said, “Good artists copy, great artists steal.”

In this talk, Tai Lopez, investor, entrepreneur, and Mensa member, shares why he reads one book a day.

Tai says, “Books allow you to simulate the future without having to actually do all the trial and error yourself…”

At age 16, Tai realized that life was too complex to figure out on his own.

So Tai wrote a letter to the wisest person he knew, his grandfather – a scientist – and asked for the answers to life’s hard questions.

Tai was disappointed with his grandfather’s reply. There was no “secret formula.” The letter simply said, “Tai, the modern world is too complicated. You’ll never find all the answers from just one person. If you’re lucky, you’ll find a handful of people throughout your life who will point the way.”

But one week later his grandfather sent a package containing an old, dusty set of eleven books with a note, “Start by reading these.”

 

 

 

Rabbit and Deer (Nyuszi és Őz)

The friendship of Rabbit and Deer is put to the test by Deer’s new obsession to find the formula for the 3rd dimension.

After being screened in 63 countries at more than 300 festivals and winning over 120 awards here is the film from MOME Anim, Budapest.

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