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30 years I've worked as a fine artist, scenic artist and prop master and have enjoyed working for many major theme parks and movie studios. Now retired, I've always wanted to work with my own cloth designs. Now I will
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The story of Krishna's flute. This bamboo flute appears in the stories of Krishna and in a nut shell represents the achievement of throwing off your ego.
The story of Krishna's Flute. This bamboo flute appears in the stories of Krishna and in a nut shell represents the achievement of throwing off your ego. As the story goes the bamboo is hollow and therefore can create a beautiful sound and that if man can allow his ego to drop by removing himself from a place of want of things he will hollow out all the strings that attach him to this world and leave a space for light to fill. He would then be able to walk among the gods or achieve his purpose in life. There by becoming beautiful. It is said that the sound of his flute offers conflict to those who hear it's sweet sound, and that the conflict is a golden opportunity to throw off your ego and polish a facet that is the gem of your soul and your soul purpose.
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Thank you Amy. I love to google things I know of but knew nothing about. Most of my life I thoughâ€ of the Hari Krishna's as a sort of joke but their wonderful stories of their beliefs and morals are as wonderful as any I have encountered. They however understand that their Gods are icons that are simply a place for followers to collectively focus energies on spiritual growth. I like that in a religion. An understanding that it is us that make or destroy with our thoughts and actions. Focusing the responsibility where it belongs. on the individual and not some unseen, uncontrollable force up in the skies somewhere. Thanks for visiting dear!
Posted over 2 years ago.
So, so, so fabulous!!!! Thank you for the info about Krishna's Flute!
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