Tag Archives: Surreal

Reflection for today…Burning With Love -Rumi

21 Jun

“I am burning with Love.

Does anyone need a light?

You can set your rubbish ablaze from the fire within me.”  

-Rumi

Soulful Lovers Romy Schneider & Alain Delon in La Piscine…

“I Am Burning With Love…”

“Come On Baby, Light My Fire…”

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Please enjoy Real Love by the exquisite Chrysta Bell….

Acoustic Version…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60RwrhdTovc

Official Video Version…

http://youtu.be/hozNfOuQwIw

From the album: 
Chrysta Bell – This Train 
Produced by David Lynch

Lyrics

“Driving through the night 
flying fast to you 
real love 
real love 
the moon is flying with me 
the moon is crying with me 
got to get to your house 
call me home 
flying with the moon 
sirens driving in the valley 
sirens flare 
got to feel your love 
real love 
don’t cut me 
don’t you cut me 
don’t you cut me 
gotta hole in my heart 
I wanna feel your love 
I wanna feel your love 
the moon passed behind a cloud 
the stars are hiding from me 
I’m coming home baby I’m coming home 
lonely 
moon rush by 
lonely 
got to feel your love 
real love 
make it real make it real make it real love 
I wanna feel your love 
I wanna feel your love 
the wind is blowing 
the wind is blowing by 
I’m coming home baby I’m coming home 
coming home 
real love 
coming home 
for real love real love.

credits

from Chrysta Bell -This Train Produced by David Lynch, released 29 September 2011 
Vocals: Chrysta Bell 
Guitar: David Lynch 
Guitar, Bass and Synth: John Neff 
Drums: David Lynch and John Neff Written by David Lynch, John Neff and Chrysta Bell 
Engineering: John Neff 
Mixed by David Lynch and John Neff 
Published by Zibella Music (BMI)

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Chrysta Bell is a soulful songstress.

Her collaboration with David Lynch evokes a beautiful, surreal and haunting ambiance. Chrysta and David create a haunting world that you never want to leave. Listening to their music is like entering a dream you never want to awake from.

Chrysta Bell & David Lynch Bring Surrealist Beauty To Life…

http://chrystabell.bandcamp.com/

https://twitter.com/Chrysta_Bell

https://www.facebook.com/chrysta.bell.official

Reflection for today…The Surrealism of Life -David Lynch

25 May

I watched David Lynch‘s film Inland Empire.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBENalLEnSE

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0460829/?ref_=sr_1

{“As an actress starts to adopt the persona of her character in a film,

her world starts to become nightmarish and surreal.”

Tagline: A Story of a mystery…

A mystery inside worlds within worlds…

Unfolding around a woman…

A woman in love and in trouble.}

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On the bonus features disc David revealed that he opens his film premieres with an improvisation of the Aitareya Upanishad.

“We are like the spider…

We weave our life and move along in it.

We are like the dreamer who dreams and then lives in the dream.

This is true for the entire universe…” 

David Lynch: The Awakened Dreamer

Dreamer Within A Dream…

Surrealist Spiritual Ascension…

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Buddhism speaks about life being an illusion.

We are living in a dream within a dream.

The goal is to live our potential by awakening our Buddha nature.

Then we can live accordingly by developing our wisdom and compassion.

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Please enjoy Karmacoma by Massive Attack.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbZPyWI0Wds

This song has such a surreal vibe that reminds me of David Lynch’s art.

It has that Edgar Allen Poedream within a dream” quality.

{I love Massive Attack}.

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For more information…

David Lynch…http://davidlynch.com/index/

Massive Attack…http://www.massiveattack.co.uk/

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Have a surrealist day.

Peace & Namaste…

Reflection for today…Time is of The Essence -Buddha

27 Feb

“The trouble is,

you think you have time.”

-Buddha

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Buddha’s reflection on time is that it is taken for granted.

Time is of the essence because death is approaching {memento mori}.

Being mindful gives us awareness of how we use our time. Hopefully our time is being used living our potential and awakening spiritually and otherwise.

The key is to live in the present moment {the now} and do your very best.

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I wonder about Buddhist conceptions of time.

I found an intriguing excerpt on Buddhist notions of time from www.tricycle.com 

Daniel Goleman: “What is the Buddhist understanding of Time? How can we relate our sense of the process of time to our experience of the present moment?

His Holiness the Dalai Lama: In Buddhism, the concept of linear time, of time as a kind of container, is not accepted. Time itself, I think, is something quite weak. It depends on some physical basis, some specific thing. Apart from that thing it is difficult to pinpoint—to see time. Time is understood or conceived only in relation to a phenomenon or a process.

DG: Yet the passage of time seems very concrete—the past, the present, aging. The process of time seems very real.

HH: This business of time is a difficult subject. There are several different explanations and theories about time; there is no one explanation in Buddhism. I feel there is a difference between time and the phenomena on which time is projected. Time can be spoken of only in relation to phenomena susceptible to change, which because they are susceptible to change are transitory and impermanent. “Impermanent” means there is a process. If there is no process of change, then one cannot conceive of time in the first place.

The question is whether it is possible to imagine an independent time which is not related to any particulars, any object that goes through change. In relation to such an object, we can talk about the past of that thing, its present state, and its future; but without relation to such particulars, it is very difficult to conceive of an instant of time totally independent of a particular basis.”

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This video clip is from The Tudors.

King Henry the eighth reflects on loss.

He asks his beloved friend Charles Brandon

What loss is to man most irrecoverable?

Charles answers virtue and then honour.

Henry says that by his actions man can redeem his virtue.

He may  also find the means to recover his honour as he recovers fortune that has been lost.

Henry answers…

Of all losses time is the most irrecuperable for it can never be redeemed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0RME0FD1_k

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I highly recommend watching The Tudors if you haven’t seen it yet…

Jonathan Rhys Meyers’ performance as Henry VIII is unforgettable to say the least.

Long live the king!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTiL8pgNqhs

Have a surrealist day 😉

Peace & Namaste…

Reflection for today…Life is a Dream -Lewis Carroll

22 Feb

“Life, what is it but a dream?”
Lewis Carroll

DRINK THEM ALL by ~Moniquiu

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Please enjoy Alice by the Syfy Channel

I loved it.

What do you think?

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Episode #1.1 – Part 1:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZU7lnD3lE80

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 2:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mabgv96YkN8

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 3:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsJ3sHy0aTs

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 4:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bprmh1uEmn4

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 5:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjLuYv2vvwg

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 6:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvQde-3YRMs

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 7:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crKZdNUJNhc

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 8:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oz_Ck5Mjkrk

Alice: Episode #1.1 – Part 9:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhxKjnvRbko

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece One:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJwYY23BjKs

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Two:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o8TYhleO9A

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Three:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAuIHKH-RIA

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Four:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o1bBK_DB5s

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Five:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZqVzdBa1gY

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Six:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKw4OJCggZA

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Seven:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sHz1CVfcwM

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Eight:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZXT9Nw5yh4

Syfy Alice: Part Two, Piece Nine:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9m1ITvagJY

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Peace & Namaste…

 Alice in Wonderland (slayermusings.wordpress.com)

Reflection for today…Cinematic Experience -David Lynch

2 Feb

I have always admired David Lynch for his surrealist creative vision- like Salvador Dali on film.

His films always look beneath the surface for the hidden and darker aspects of life {as Carl Jung would call our “shadow” selves}.

He frequently explores the relationship between darkness and light.

David Lynch: A Brilliant Artist

He doesn’t limit his creative expression just to film as he is involved in music, photography, painting and even coffee production.

David Lynch is so married to his creativity and he attributes this to his mediation practice {however I will leave that for future posts}.

David Lynch: Master of Creativity

David Lynch asserts that if you watch a film on your iphone, “You will never in a trillion years experience the film…you’ll be cheated…”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcNLEwf2pOw

What do you think?

Do you agree with Mr.Lynch?

David Lynch: My Favourite Film Director

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For more information on David Lynch,

please go to his official website: www.davidlynch.com/

Peace & Namaste…

Reflection for today…Live Out Loud -Émile Zola

3 Jan

“If you ask me what I came to do in this world,

I, an artist, will answer you:

I am here to live out loud.”

– Émile Zola

Reflection for today…A True Artist -Salvador Dali

25 May

“A true artist is not one who is inspired, but one who inspires others.”

Salvador Dalí