Traditions & Technology : An Ode to the Matka

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The Matka 
(Traditional Indian vessel for storing water)
coiled, handbuilt
Electric Fired, Stoneware

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The dying ancient
Traditions
No longer kept secret.

In this new world
All dimensions and planes
Of existence
Open.

This Earth
This Clay
Being Human.

We are Artists
Creating
Life.

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Dharamshala – fresh snow on the mountains

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The potential possibility
The clarity and choice
That One comes into this life with
Born to be
working with
Divine Arts
Zen Arts
Sacred Arts
Meditative Arts
The meeting of the two
The Oneness
Action and Non-Action

Moon in the Water

You point at the moon

And I point at the reflection of the moon in the still waters of the Earth

I was born for the Sky to descend to the Earth

C o u r a g e

F  e  a  r

T    r    u    s    t

 

 

 

 

 

“She was looking at the moon — it was beautiful. Even reflections are beautiful, because they reflect the absolute beauty. The world is also beautiful because it is a reflection of God…A man’s face is beautiful, the body is beautiful, because they reflect. The trees are beautiful, the birds are beautiful, because they reflect. The reflection is so beautiful — what to say about the original?”

– Osho
  No Moon, No Water (Chapter #1)

Share the Divine

Movement and stillness
Dance and stop
Be drunk
And share the Divine

Touch
Movement with hands
And stop
Stay in the space

Massage like making music
Or painting with this medium
The medium of body
Of two bodies and the One
The medium of love

The feeling of relaxation
Of satisfaction
Of fullness
Of love

No orgasm is required
If the entire body is alive
Each cell vibrating

Be drunk
And share the Divine!