Pearson's Square

by Bucketheadland

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kursedkitten I guess the title makes me picture a bustling area with shoppers walking around and people having lunch. Really curious to know if that's what Buckethead was inspired by for this pike.
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Rabon Byrd As close to perfection as it can be for mere humans, but just a practice run for Buckethead. Soothing in every way.
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NimaCulture This pike tells the story and the facts of the story of consciousness' . It begins with the the mundane to plant and then to the animals and finally constructs the mind of human-beings "Pearson's Square". Tells us we are not our body and also our mind by showing the place of our consciousness at our center "Eagle's Nest". Then tells us we have to be aware of our awareness and make our eagle fly. Now it's the moment we are free form our all attachments and our hearts are delighted like the expanded sky. We have found our true selves and are considered a divine creature...

(He is) a sun hidden in a mote: suddenly that mote opens its mouth(and reveals the sun)
-Rumi Favorite track: Hearts Delight.
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Eagle's Nest 06:29


released October 24, 2013


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