Sunday, December 5, 2010

What constitutes Mental Consciousness?

Hello, Dear Parent Friends of the Web!

Here is a touch of my wisdom... to make a difference in the tapestry of life.

A Reflection

Mental Consciousness
The immaterial, sixth sense organ
Apprehending its objects in two fields
Both material and immaterial

Mental Consciousness
Its objective field
engagement and reflection
Influenced by subjective dispositions
As concepts, memories, emotional states, or perception

Mental Consciousness
Responsive to bare perception
Of material consciousness
Gained through five-sense doors
passive reception
To sense impressions
Of waking moments

Mental consciousness
Whose object is a moment
perceptual mental consciousness
That precedes the arising
conceptual mental consciousness

The image of world and its creation
Are none other than
The momentary arising and ceasing
Of five material sense perceptions
And mental perception
Engaged, in collaboration

Cognition and its constitution
As perceptual and/or conceptual
Are merely the raw images of sense perception
Forever overlooked and tainted
With concepts, memories and emotions
From the side of their observer

Let not the volatile tides of thought
Contaminate the fleeting wakefulness
Of bare perception

'Pure presence' or mindfulness
is key
Towards the crystallization
Of mental consciousness

Let me walk you along the path of peace and grace. Humanity cries out loud for help.

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