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Sherlock Holmes’ London flat number

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according to Buddha

What is this world condition?
Body is the world condition. 
And with body and form goes feeling, perception, consciousness, and all the activities throughout the world.

london street

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winding your way down on Baker Street
light in your head, and dead on your feet
well another crazy day
you drink the night away
and forget about everything

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London, UK ~ September 2013

  1. The light of the setting sun (I take it) on the cab, so enjoyable to see. Now, as Buddha says, with forms (bodies) come all the sensations that we assemble into experiences. How does consciousness relate to form? Because physics tells us that energy and matter are interchangeable and also that, at some point, either in the far past or far future, there was/will be no matter, only energy. It is consciousness that even in our own limited experience is always there despite every minute change in matter, one nanosecond later after the atoms in your breath and blood and the air around you are all in a different “position, or atomic state, consciousness observes.

    • yes it was late day sun…so beautiful warm day in London…i don’t know how consciousness relates to form…our body is our form….and yes we are energy…i often wonder where the souls goes when one is sleeping…these are questioning thoughts and wonders for me…also i think of the heart…we are just a heart being…i don’t know…now i will wonder some more…thanks kindly for these thoughts 🙂

  2. “….one nanosecond after….” — I can relate to that part of the comment, having experienced it after my first chemotherapy session and sensing what was happening and also it’s purpose. As a long-time meditator, one becomes aware/conscious of what is going on in one’s body; a marvellous diagnostic tool re health!
    Merry Christmas, sloppy! 😛

  3. “….one nanosecond after….” — I can relate to that part of the comment, having experienced it after my first chemotherapy session and sensing what was happening and also it’s purpose. As a long-time meditator, one becomes aware/conscious of what is going on in one’s body; a marvellous diagnostic tool re health!
    Merry Christmas, sloppy! 😛

    • the layered nuances of knowing…the un/conscious…our hidden or evaded natural genius…of being…staying in the moment…yes i think i can understand even just a little…wishing you a merry Christmas and stay well Janina ~ hugs and smiles ~ hedy 😀

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