Palabra

“Si un amor muere es porque su nacimiento fue una equivocación”

Jose Ortega y Gasset (via ohmy-askjd)

fack…

“La mayoría de los insomnios son producidos por una rabia sepultada que temes aceptar y expresar.”

Alejandro Jodorowsky (via ohmy-askjd)

muy probablemente.

http://tiolee.tumblr.com/post/82871355766 »

tiolee:

No.
Tengo que vivirlo dentro,
me lo tengo que soñar.
Quitar el color, el número,
el aliento todo fuego,
con que me quemó al decirmelo.
Convertir todo en acaso,
en azar puro, soñándolo.
Y así, cuando se desdiga
de lo que entonces me dijo,
no me morderá el dolor
de haber perdido una dicha

“Use your mind. Remember. Observe. You are not different from others. Most of their experiences are valid for you too. Think clearly and deeply, go into the structure of your desires and their ramifications. They are a most important part of your mental and emotional make-up and powerfully affect your actions. Remember, you cannot abandon what you do not know. To go beyond yourself, you must know yourself.”

– Nisargadatta Maharaj  (via orobroy)

“The very nature of the quantum theory thus forces us to regard the space-time co-ordination and the claim of causality, the union of which characterizes the classical theories, as complementary but exclusive features of the description, symbolising the idealisation of observation and definition respectively”

Niels Bohr

“The Quantum Postulate and the Recent Development of Atomic Theory,” p. 580

Nature Vol. 121 (April 14, 1928). pp. 580-590

https://www.academia.edu/2019005/A_New_Approach_To_Niels_Bohrs_Philosophy_of_Physcis

http://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/curiosity/topics/10-real-world-applications-of-quantum-mechanics.htm

http://www.robertpcrease.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/The-Bohr-Paradox.pdf

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bohr%E2%80%93Einstein_debates

(via parergonal)

“Durante un corto paseo antes de irme a dormir vi las estrellas reflejadas en los charcos de lluvia y vi dos viejos árboles extraordinariamente hermosos en la orilla del río, cuyas aguas rumoreaban con estrépito bajo el viento nocturno. Los árboles seguirían siendo hermosos por la mañana, pero en este momento tenían la belleza mágica e irrepetible que procede de nuestra propia alma y que, según los griegos, sólo resplandece en nosotros cuando Eros nos ha dirigido su mirada.”

Hesse Hermann / En el balneario / En el balneario (fragmento)  (via extremosdelacordura)

escarabaja:

 

Brahman- The Ultimate RealityMost Hindus revere one or more deities, however, they regard these as manifestations of Ultimate Reality. The Ultimate Reality that is behind the universe and all the gods is called by different names, but most commonly Brahman- supreme reality, consciousness.In the Rig Veda, Ultimate Reality is referred to as “the One.” In the Purushasukta, it is “Purusha,” and in the Upanishads it is called “Brahman,” “the One,” and several other names. Most modern Hindus refer to the Ultimate Reality as Brahman.The Upanishads describe Brahman as “the eternal, conscious, irreducible, infinite, omnipresent, spiritual source of the universe of finiteness and change.” Brahman is the source of all things and is in all things; it is the Self (atman) of all living beings.Brahman is impersonal Being in itself, but it can be known through the many gods and goddesses that are manifestations of Brahman.By K.Nagori

escarabaja:

 

Brahman- The Ultimate Reality

Most Hindus revere one or more deities, however, they regard these as manifestations of Ultimate Reality.

The Ultimate Reality that is behind the universe and all the gods is called by different names, but most commonly Brahman- supreme reality, consciousness.

In the Rig Veda, Ultimate Reality is referred to as “the One.” In the Purushasukta, it is “Purusha,” and in the Upanishads it is called “Brahman,” “the One,” and several other names. Most modern Hindus refer to the Ultimate Reality as Brahman.

The Upanishads describe Brahman as “the eternal, conscious, irreducible, infinite, omnipresent, spiritual source of the universe of finiteness and change.”

Brahman is the source of all things and is in all things; it is the Self (atman) of all living beings.

Brahman is impersonal Being in itself, but it can be known through the many gods and goddesses that are manifestations of Brahman.

By K.Nagori