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Re: [Meditation Society of America] Question from email about OM and colors

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  • Onniko
    ... associated ... heavens. ... Thanks, Karta! I enjoyed that.
    Message 1 of 8 , Jul 9, 2003
      --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, "satkartar7"
      <mi_nok@y...> wrote:
      > > I liked MLs, too, but I was just asking a question because the
      > group
      > I visit the the webpage because I am on toy
      > > picture is violet pink. Do you come to the group page or read in
      > > your e-mail? Do you remember the violet pineapple with the gold
      > > tipped spines, haha?
      > oh Oniko! violet pinaple hehehe
      > about OM and exoticindia I read it there, that the Aum is
      > with the roarong laughter of Shiva when the Gods were arguing:
      > Brahma and Vishnu,
      > who were arguing over their relative supremacy.
      > Their vain arguments were interrupted
      > by a superluminous glow from a strange
      > and blazing pillar, its shape
      > reminiscent of the linga. Both of them
      > sped towards this indescribable flaming
      > light, which grew before their eyes
      > into infinity, piercing the earth and extending through the
      > Overwhelmed and terrified by the
      > unfathomable vision, the two gods
      > decided to seek the beginning and end
      > of this burning immensity. Brahma
      > taking the form of a swan flew
      > upwards, and Vishnu dove down acquiring
      > the shape of a boar.
      > Both of the gods however, could not
      > fathom the extent of this fiery column
      > at either end, and returned exhausted
      > and bewildered to the level they had
      > started from.
      > At that moment, the central part of the pillar split open and
      > Shiva revealed himself in his full
      > glory.
      > Overawed, both Brahma and Vishnu
      > bowed before him. Thunderous laughter,
      > or the sound of AUM, issued from the
      > pillar, filling the sky.
      > Illustration:
      > <http://www.exoticindia.com/artimages/ht74.jpg>
      > Karta

      Thanks, Karta! I enjoyed that.
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