Cosmic Buddha ~ All Becomes Supra

 

 

The Cosmic Buddha

⊗Cosmic Buddha⊗

℘All Becomes Supra℘

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The inspiration for this imagery and poem started with a photograph I took of a Buddha sculpture that blesses our entry table by our front door.

His presence also graces the space where the stairs are located. It is so wonderful to see him while passing by on the way up the stairs and down the stairs.  Passing by as a symbol of our life here on Earth, ~ transient ~ passing by moments, objects, people, nature, seasons, etc… ~ I “pass by’ him each day and my breath for a moment stops, I become swept into an eternal paradise, then my action continues. I must greet him each time, how awful to pass by and not acknowledge him. When I do forget ~ I am reminded to not get caught up in so much activity as to loose perspective of  the larger picture.

He waits so patiently for us. For us to anchor within ourselves our highest attainment. To live this exalted fruition out in our lives ~ Our enlightenment is honoring our dharma.

Wherever we are, he is with us.

He serves as a reminder to me that all is holy. His elevated state of consciousness radiates as a light reservoir of what is important.

 

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Quotes by Buddha:

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Supra defined

A prefix meaning “above, over” or “beyond the limits of, outside of” 

I use this word as a reference point to that which we transcend. To go “beyond the limits of” what is considered mainstream reality into a reality that offers a greater picture. A picture descriptive of our inherent nature as God sovereign beings ~ as Creator Light ~ as powerful creators, as One with Mother Father God and all that is.

Sukha defined

Sukha (Sanskrit, Pali; Devanagari: सुख) means happiness, pleasure, ease, joy or bliss, in Sanskrit and Pali. Among the early scriptures, ‘sukha‘ is set up as a contrast to ‘preya’ (प्रेय) meaning a transient pleasure, whereas the pleasure of ‘sukha‘ has an authentic state happiness within a being that is lasting.”

~Wikipedia

” Its literal translation is often given as “good space,” coming from the Sanskrit words, su (good) and kha (space).

In the “Rig Veda” it has often been explained in contrast to preya (pleasure). This is because sukha is a deep and lasting state of happiness, while preya is a temporary state, or a passing pleasure.”

~Yogapedia’

 

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We are here

Then  we are gone

 We are the Buddha

 

Let us awaken our inner Buddha

Where all becomes supra

 

⊆Gratitude to the Buddha for his great wisdom teachings and paving the way, along with all the Ascended Masters, to point us in the direction of our way ~ the way to enlightenment⊇

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⊗Cosmic Buddha⊗

℘All Becomes Supra℘

 

 

 

The Cosmic Buddha

all becomes supra

into the sukha

no limits within

universal sutra

the exactness has no exactness

it is abstract ~ empty

it surpasses and passes

ears shaped as infinity

balanced masculine and femininity

third eye open

experiencing divinity

the Cosmic Buddha

is like the morning glory

continuously rising

yet at night unveiling

his inner repository

The Cosmic Buddha

all becomes supra

into the sukha

no limits within

universal sutra

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Blessings of the Cosmic Buddha!

⊗ May we all awaken and know ourselves as the Enlightened Buddha⊗

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