Samadhi and Western Mysticism within Art

Worshiping Silence following the Mastery of the World’s Best Mystics we can touch Samadhi... by Nuit

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What happens when you find a perfect note? What happens when you experience Samadhi listening to the perfect sound or observing a perfect painting?

What happens when your  expand to such an extend that it is blessed by , unexplainable, most subtle beauty?

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At a music concert of Armenian State Orchestra of around a 100 talented and for decades trained musicians a Master violinist Maxim Vergenov, came to give us a solo performance.

Hailed as one of the world’s finest musicians we as his audience had prepared for a treat yet none expected what came some moments later. The one of the greatest living violinist played Tschaikovsky’s only violin concerto with his ex-Stradivari (1727) violin. His music became a transformative experience. The sound became “prime”, leaaving me feel as though there are no other sounds that have every existed on our little planet Gaia. The sound was Divine, has reached a perfect pitch.

A similar experience has happened while I listened to the Rockquiem, Mozart’s Requiem Mass reinvented within a rock performance composed by Stefan Wurz performed by 150 top class musicians and singers at the sacred space of St Agatha’s Auditorium, in Rabat, next to the ancient Catacombs, the sounds transcended the experience into divine.

Following their mastery we touched Samdhi.

In Search of Perfection within in Mathematics

in search of perfection pi

Have you seen a film called π (Pi), written and directed by Darren Aronofsky in 1998. This 84 minutes master piece was filmed using the budget of only $68,000. The film explores exactly this search for a perfect number or sound, for the Name of God, it explores religion,  and our relationship to Universe with the most beautiful of all Sciences - Mathematics. The imperfect, irrational humanity vs our drive towards the perfection of mathematics, and our relationship to , synchronicity, Destiny.

π (Pi) and its Spiral Golden Ratio occurs everywhere

π (Pi) and its golden ratio within a spiral occurs everywhere including the stock market and it is a numerological interpretation of the Kabbalah’s name of God, within the Jewish mysticism, of the Sound that is the beginning of IT ALL.

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In Search of Perfection within Arts

In search of perfection la Primavera Botticelli
When in Uffizi Gallery in Florence, even though the place was packed with most amazing art, when I entered a hall where The Birth of Venus and La Primavera by Sandro Botticelli are located, I stopped and stayed meditating for hours, mesmerised by this most profound expression of beauty. Painted around 1480, for Lorenzo de'Medici court, during the time of later called Renaissance Neoplatonism, movement of intellectual circles in Florence, a philosophical thought that blends the ideology of Greek philosopher Plato with the noblest concepts of Christianity. Now, imagine this, within La Primavera, there are 500 identified plant species with about 190 different flowers!?! Botticelli's paintings are a huge depository of wisdom, magic, mysticism, and occult knowledge. Using both conscious and subconscious messages, this spiritual work takes one into Samadhi.

A MOMENT WITHOUT A CHOICE, by Nuit, Art of 4 Elements Poetry Book

Moment without a choice Art of 4 Elements Book of Poetry (Alchemy of Love Mindfulness Training Book 1) by Natasa Nuit Pantovic

Painting inspired by the Poem by Jason Lu

I entered a moment      Without a choice

It seduced me     With its immortality

Now I want to get-out     But it keeps me chained

Offering dreams    Of eternity

Talking tattoos     Miraculous tales of love

Fantasy escapes and     Two-faced kitten that was born in Ohio

And I turn towards the 'null' point    Sensing senselessness

Searching for the zone     Where magnetic fields re-connect

Where the polarisation of space     Come to an end

Searching for my-own    Second Coming of Christ

and Perfection

Krishnamurti on Meditation

" is hard work. It demands the highest form of discipline - not conformity, not imitation, not obedience - but a discipline which comes through constant awareness, not only of the things about you outwardly, but also inwardly. So meditation is not an activity of isolation but is action in everyday life which demands co-operation, sensitivity and intelligence.

Without laying the foundation of a righteous life, meditation becomes an escape and therefore has no value whatsoever. A righteous life is not the following of social morality, but the freedom from envy, greed and the search for power-which all breed enmity. The freedom from these does not come through the activity of will but by being aware of them through self-knowing. Without knowing the activities of the self, meditation becomes sensuous excitement and therefore of very little significance..."

Krishnamurti's Talks 1949-1950

Yogananda about Samadhi

"Samadhi is a joyous experience, a splendid light in which you behold the countless worlds floating in a vast bed of joy and bliss... There are two kinds of samadhi. When at first you try to sit and meditate, your mind runs away in all directions. You think it is impossible to go deep. But if you sit still and persist long enough, you will begin to feel that wonderful silence of God. When your mind is withdrawn, centered in Him, the world is forgotten and you find in that silence a happiness greater than any worldly pleasure. That state, when you are totally absorbed in inner awareness of God, no longer conscious of the world, is called sabikalpa samadhi..."

Rudolf Steiner about Soul and

“Just as in the body, eye and ear develop as organs of perception, as senses for bodily processes, so does a man develop in himself [[tt tag="soul"]] and spiritual organs of perception through which the soul and spiritual worlds are opened to him. For those who do not have such higher senses, these worlds are dark and silent, just as the bodily world is dark and silent for a being without eyes and ears.”

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What is Spirituality?

Philosophy was known as the Mother of all Sciences.

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It was at the very top of the scientific hierarchy. You may not practice it unless you have achieved enough knowledge and experience so you can call your-self Wise.

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