Friday, July 2, 2010
A TALE OF DRAGON'S TAIL
It is a sad story, with a happy ending. The separation is hard, but I had made my vow. I'm at the late 20's (am I????) and must start to work hard for my "family". ;) I love my hair (even though certain dislike it! lol) but I love more my family. I've to be more serious person nowadays! As to mark the change in my life history, a sacrifice must be made.
The "execution" was done by my Ma (the little one) and the rest of the "tail" was taken down by my Abah. Hehehehe. Good bye my little dragon.
It's time for a higher step in my searching for Gayong quest. The deeper knowledge. The more complicated. I think I am satisfied to learn the "Silat" and the "Seni" since many years. Hopefully this could be a right time to know better what " Gayong" is exactly. Gayong. Ga-Alif-Ya-Waw-Nga. It's spiritual. A "Kebatinan"(Ilmu Batin) in some words, perhaps. But I repeatedly ask myself those questions.
"Am I ready to dive into the Kebatinan, while my Solat (Daily Prayer) is not as Qurratul A'yun (my real pleasure)?"
"Am I ready to see the Kebatinan world, while my Solat still not make me forget what's happening around me?"
"Am I ready to feel the Kebatinan energy, while I still couldn't concentrate during my Solat when those mosquitoes give me their tiny bites and forget all the physical pain?"
Feeling that certain Kebatinan practices could endanger my soul, I must correct my prayer first before going far in this journey. First step to the Kebatinan: Learning to pray, like a prayer of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Allahu Akbar....