Besides moving from one place to another in ordinary space, the mystic siddhis enable one to travel in the all- pervading ether or to enter another continuum. The classical example of a parallel continuum is Krishna’s transcendental realm of Vrindavan, said to be unlimitedly expansive and to exist in parallel to the finite, earthly Vrindavan in India.
"One of the great revelations of the age of space exploration is the image of the Earth finite and lonely, somehow vulnerable, bearing the entire human species through the oceans of space and time." "Some five billion years from now, after it is burned to a crisp, or even swallowed by the sun, there will be other worlds and stars and galaxies coming into being, and they will know nothing of a place once called Earth." -Carl Sagan I hope this stunning image of our world from the moon and t...
congratulations to China for their hard work. look forward for the U.S. working peacefully with China in the space program. When we look at the finite that we are from Earth, and the infinite of our place in the universe and start acting accordingly? jeffrey sablotne space pioneers
The largest subterranean festival - The VAULTS 2014, featuring IJAD Dance Company's In-Finite Space
Fresh water is probably the most important natural resource, bit it is finite. It deserves a place in every investment portfolio, even ahead of gold. Watch this space...
Stirling Castle and Loch Lomond. Nearly got car sick but it was amazing
Néle Azevedo's "Minimum Monument" (2013) converses with the long tradition of monument... Traveling to numerous cities around the world, her minute statues of ice perform in the »exalted« urban spaces, instigating a sharp reflection about the tear and the finite that is the life time and the place of the individual within the crowd under the importance of History. http://vimeo.com/61356258 Examples to follow! | Néle Azevedo http://www.z-n-e.info/index.php?root=2&sub=0&id=240&pic=3&lang=en