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Facets of a Diamond – Blog

“Our Task in Life: to Transmute Kali”

Kali: the Hindu black goddess; she of the black, horrible tongue. She wears a belt made of dismembered arms and a necklace of skulls. She wanders through cremation grounds, being the mistress of a world rushing uncontrollably toward death.
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Poem: Written and read by Dr. Diamond

Dr. Diamond’s poetry contains some of his most profound and personal statements. Teeming with insight, wisdom, and compassion, and infused with a deep spirituality, each of the poems on these recordings is a gem, written with the specific intention of raising the Life Energy of the listener.
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“Why I Love Japan”

I was standing outside a Shingon Temple with my dear friend, Hak-san, my otouto-san (my little brother – he's two months younger). With me, as always, my beloved Nikon-san – but I took no photographs. Too much, I cannot Feel its Thusness. Not subtle – not haiku.
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“It’s His Neurology”

Do we not all agree that all we do is the result of brain functioning; and that. if our brain functioning is distorted, then our thoughts and actions will be, too.
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Audio Lecture: Holism – Analysis at the Expense of Synthesis

There are two approaches to holism: the synthetic - the building up into the whole; and its opposite, the analytic - the breaking down of the whole into its components. Most people, and society generally, tend to analysis at the expense of synthesis, a problem with ultimate roots in the mother-child relationship.
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Poem: Written and read by Dr. Diamond

Dr. Diamond’s poetry contains some of his most profound and personal statements. Teeming with insight, wisdom, and compassion, and infused with a deep spirituality, each of the poems on these recordings is a gem, written with the specific intention of raising the Life Energy of the listener.
Read More »
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