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dorothea October 18, 2014 at 8:40 pm

This is so true! Thank you for sharing your wonderful insights. I’ve found this the other day:
Bharat comes from bah – ra – ta. Bhava means sensation. Seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching are different types of sensations. Your whole experience of life is sensory right now. Or in other words, sensations are the basis of your experience. Bha means sensation, out of which emotion arises. Ra means raga or the tune. The tune is not yours – existence has already set it. Now you have to find the rhythm, which is the tala. If you find the right rhythm, you are a fantastic human being. If you miss the rhythm, you get crushed by the process of life. (It is taken from an interview to Sadhguru on India; it doesn’t matter much here) you have to find the rhythm was the point which intrigued me most. To find the rhythm in moments of pain, of deep sadness. To juggle between up and downs on your very own bead… how does this sound to you?



Marthe October 19, 2014 at 12:01 pm

This is so interesting, Dorothea! Thank you for sharing! <3


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