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In Indian philosophy absolute unified consciousness (Paramashiva ora Parasamvit) experiences itself, as in a mirror, through self-contemplation (Vimarsha). Through Vimarsha, the Absolute emerges from Its original Latency, to become Self-Conscious (Vimarsha) of Its own Infinity and Its own Infinite attributes. Sanskrit Calligraphy Tattoo design by Stewart J. Thomas Design

In Indian philosophy absolute unified consciousness (Paramashiva ora Parasamvit) experiences itself, as in a mirror, through self-contemplation (Vimarsha). Through Vimarsha, the Absolute emerges from Its original Latency, to become Self-Conscious (Vimarsha) of Its own Infinity and Its own Infinite attributes. Sanskrit Calligraphy Tattoo design by Stewart J. Thomas DesignRead More

Abhyasa, Sanskrit, regular spiritual practice “Practice is the sustained effort to rest in that stillness

Abhyasa, Sanskrit, regular spiritual practice
“Practice is the sustained effort to rest in that stillnessRead More

Svadhyaya, Sanskrit for self study and introspection. One of the Niyamas (observances

Svadhyaya, Sanskrit for self study and introspection. One of the Niyamas (observancesRead More

Calligraphy Exhibition

I am pleased to say that I had my Armenian calligraphy piece “Lord Have Mercy” accepted to the “Calligraphies in Conversation” exhibition at Ziya Art Center in Berkeley, California.

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Handwriting comeback

“There’s a myth that in the era of computers we don’t need handwriting. That’s not what our research is showing,” said Virginia Berninger, a University of Washington professor who has co-authored studies on the topic and followed the same children … Read More