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bridgeeteyes 28-04-2013 02:41 PM

OM Shanti Shanti Shanti
 
Namaste ,

I have been compelled by the Heart to send you this.



"God is love. Love all. What a grand privilege it is to love with a pure heart! Sanctify yourself with pure love, the supreme love. Let every nerve of yours thrill with the rhythm of love. Let every fibre of your being respond to the impulse of love Divine. Let the very blood in your veins run to the soft music of love. Let a halo of love surround your immortal existence. Let your very heart beat keeping time to the heavenly harmony of love. Let your words drop like the soft and smooth pearls of love. Let your acts be the soothing blossoms of love. Let your thoughts be the ethereal light of the gem of love. Be in tune with love. Be merged in love. Be saturated with love. Let every atom of your frame vibrate and dance, and sing the song of love. Clasp the whole universe in one vast embrace of love."

- Swami Ramdas




OM Shanti Shanti Shanti

grandmasterp 28-04-2013 02:45 PM

Bom Shankar!
Nice post.
Thank you.
:)

getagrip 28-04-2013 04:19 PM

:)




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neilbe 28-04-2013 06:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bridgeeteyes (Post 1061474438)
Namaste ,

I have been compelled by the Heart to send you this.



"God is love. Love all. What a grand privilege it is to love with a pure heart! Sanctify yourself with pure love, the supreme love. Let every nerve of yours thrill with the rhythm of love. Let every fibre of your being respond to the impulse of love Divine. Let the very blood in your veins run to the soft music of love. Let a halo of love surround your immortal existence. Let your very heart beat keeping time to the heavenly harmony of love. Let your words drop like the soft and smooth pearls of love. Let your acts be the soothing blossoms of love. Let your thoughts be the ethereal light of the gem of love. Be in tune with love. Be merged in love. Be saturated with love. Let every atom of your frame vibrate and dance, and sing the song of love. Clasp the whole universe in one vast embrace of love."

- Swami Ramdas




OM Shanti Shanti Shanti

Beautiful.

Could you imagine the change?

susannah1 29-04-2013 06:38 AM

:) Love you



Om Shanti Shanti Shanti

mrunhappy 29-04-2013 06:42 AM

Bah humbug.

susannah1 30-04-2013 05:37 AM

dear mrunhappy, actually really its mrhappy you are just pretending I think.....

heartwork:

http://www.oshoteachings.com/osho-to...onths-of-work/

bridgeeteyes 30-04-2013 08:54 AM

God IS Love

susannah1 02-05-2013 12:56 PM

and resides in our hearts and expands outwards

:)

bridgeeteyes 05-05-2013 12:00 PM

May I take this opportunity to seek forgiveness from all who have interacted with me here. I am truly sorry if I have mislead any on this site. I came on here thinking I knew the answer to the Universe, God and everything. I claimed that I had knowledge of why many men and women will not awaken. I have since realized I infact knew nothing of the sort. The more I think I know about life, the Source and the Universe the more I realize I know nothing. My mind thought it knew, it infact had experienced nothing of the ultimate truth.

I had experienced nothing of the ultimate true workings of the absolute divine and can only apologize for claiming I did. I humbly offer you all my apologies and can only hope you will accept them. Please know I have learnt from this experience that at all times we should strive to tell the truth. I should not have posted the things I did, and I am truly sorry if I mislead any of you.

My Heart compelled me to write my initial post and it compels me now to ask for forgiveness. The more I seek through study, meditation and thinking and think I know the workings of the absolute divine, the more I realize I do not. I should not have allowed my ego to think it knew better than any on here, because it did not. We are all here to learn and I think the best teacher should be our inner teacher, I should not have thought I had the knowledge to teach and lead others. This lesson has been a very painful one and I can only hope I did not cause any pain to others here. If I did cause any pain and suffering, please know that I am truly sorry for this. This apology is also to anyone's friends and family I may have indirectly or directly effected.

I have also asked the absolute Source for its forgiveness , it is in its hands now. Its Will be done, not my will.

Shanti.

Katy

grandmasterp 05-05-2013 12:53 PM

Good post, none of us can truly 'know' a feckin' thing and that's a fact.
It's all a call so we each call it how we see it.
No need for forgiveness, everything is as it should be.
:)

bridgeeteyes 02-06-2013 12:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by grandmasterp (Post 1061487091)
everything is as it should be.
:)

You are most kind.

What helps are the words of the great Neem Karolie Maharaj bhakti, Ram Dass.

"The very moment you will wake up is totally determined.
How long you will sleep is totally determined.
What you will hear of what I say is totally determined.
There are no accidents in this business at all.
Accidents are just from where you're looking
To the ego, it looks like its accidents and miracles.
No miracles
No accidents"

So all is done by the will of the absolute, nothing any of us do can alter its outcome. If awakening is meant to happen it will, if it is not then it whon't. No matter how much we will it or wish it, if it isn't the will of the absolute then it is not to be at this time. The immense stress and strain which can develop while attempting to awaken is lightened when it is understood what Ram Dass is saying.

grandmasterp 02-06-2013 01:02 PM

Osho – Man is awake and yet not Awake. His wakefulness is very thin

Man is awake and yet not Awake. His wakefulness is very thin, his wakefulness is almost of no use. He is not asleep, that is true, but he is not awake either — he is in limbo, in the middle. He has awakened from the world of animals, but he is fast asleep to the world of gods.

Man is a transitory period. Man is not a being but a becoming — on the way. The past is left behind and the future is not attained yet. Hence the agony, the anguish: man is torn apart. The past pulls him back. To be an animal again seems to be pleasant, and it is, because it has not the agony of man and the anguish and the anxiety of man.

If you watch the animals you will feel jealous. Walt Whitman has written it exactly in his diaries that: “Whenever I see animals, I feel jealous. We have missed something.” We have not missed really, but the peace, the calm, the collectedness of the animal is lost. The animal is happy because he is unaware — unaware of death, unaware of the problems of life. The animal is happy because there is no consciousness. Consciousness first brings pain, because suddenly you become aware of a thousand and one problems facing you. You have to encounter them, you have to solve them or dissolve them. All peace disappears.

But human consciousness is still worthwhile. And I don’t agree with Walt Whitman, I agree with Socrates who say.: “I would like to be a discontented Socrates rather than a contented pig.” The statement of Socrates is of immense value. It has to be understood by every seeker, because the goal is ahead; there is no going back. The pig may look contented — because he is not aware, not really because he is contented. But to know discontent one needs consciousness.

There is something ahead; something more has to happen. Something HAS happened, but only partially. Look back and you find the pig contented; look ahead, and you see Buddhas contented. You can become a Buddha! A Buddha means one who is conscious and contented. The pig is one who is unconscious and contented. And the man is just between the two: a little bit conscious, just a little bit. Conscious enough to be aware of the pain of life and the misery and the suffering, but not conscious enough to be aware of the ecstasies that life makes available.

Just a little consciousness is enough to be aware of pain. But much more awareness is needed, much more consciousness is needed, to be aware of the deeper realms of your inner kingdom. Man is in a kind of drunkenness: awake and yet not awake. Man sees a little bit, and yet everything seems to be dark, just shadows moving in the dark are felt. But nothing is absolutely clear; there is no clarity, no transparency, no light.

This is the state of man. And we cannot go back because there is no possibility of going back. Man tries hard to go back — through sex, through food, through alcohol, through drugs — man tries somehow to drown this little bit of consciousness that has arisen in him. But it comes back again and again, because whatsoever has been Learnt has been learnt for ever — it cannot be unlearnt.

It has happened in your being. Now there is no way to discard it. You have to live with it. The only possibility is to move ahead, to grow more into awareness: if it has brought pain, then go deep into pain, but become more and more aware. Use pain as an object of awareness, as an object of meditation.

You are sad — be aware. Let sadness become your meditation. You are angry — be aware. You are in love — be aware. Use all possibilities, all opportunities to be more and more aware. Slowly slowly, the momentum gathers, and one day something explodes in you. That explosion is known in the East as the flowering of the one-thousand-petalled lotus — Kabir will talk about this lotus in these sutras. And Kabir is talking about you; first a few metaphors have to be understood.

The swan is one of the metaphors most used by the Eastern mystics. The swan lives beyond the Himalayas, his home is beyond the Himalayas, in the Lake Mansarovar. The Lake Mansarovar is the purest lake in the world — very rarely does a human being reach there — uncontaminated, unpolluted, surrounded by the Himalayan beauty, virgin peaks. The swan is born there, lives there, but when it becomes TOO cold the swan has to come to this side of the Himalayas, to the plains. And sometimes it happens: a swan forgets the way to go back. And sometimes it happens: a swan simply forgets that he has a home somewhere, starts living by the side of dirty rivers, dirty ponds, muddy places.

Hence, the swan became a tremendously potent metaphor for man. Man comes from God but has forgotten from where he comes, who he is. Man comes from God, from the holiest of the holies, and goes on living by the side of dirty rivers, muddy pools of water. Of course, he cannot be contented here, but he knows no other place to go. He is lost. This world seems to be the only world.

bridgeeteyes 07-06-2013 08:58 PM

I know very little of OSHO not having been guided to his teachings, I'm sure we're all guided just as required so its all good.

swamideva 07-06-2013 09:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bridgeeteyes (Post 1061487017)
May I take this opportunity to seek forgiveness from all who have interacted with me here. I am truly sorry if I have mislead any on this site. I came on here thinking I knew the answer to the Universe, God and everything. I claimed that I had knowledge of why many men and women will not awaken. I have since realized I infact knew nothing of the sort. The more I think I know about life, the Source and the Universe the more I realize I know nothing. My mind thought it knew, it infact had experienced nothing of the ultimate truth.

I had experienced nothing of the ultimate true workings of the absolute divine and can only apologize for claiming I did. I humbly offer you all my apologies and can only hope you will accept them. Please know I have learnt from this experience that at all times we should strive to tell the truth. I should not have posted the things I did, and I am truly sorry if I mislead any of you.

My Heart compelled me to write my initial post and it compels me now to ask for forgiveness. The more I seek through study, meditation and thinking and think I know the workings of the absolute divine, the more I realize I do not. I should not have allowed my ego to think it knew better than any on here, because it did not. We are all here to learn and I think the best teacher should be our inner teacher, I should not have thought I had the knowledge to teach and lead others. This lesson has been a very painful one and I can only hope I did not cause any pain to others here. If I did cause any pain and suffering, please know that I am truly sorry for this. This apology is also to anyone's friends and family I may have indirectly or directly effected.

I have also asked the absolute Source for its forgiveness , it is in its hands now. Its Will be done, not my will.

Shanti.

Katy

Namaste

Although your first post was a beautiful energy. This one is real because this one is you, you are a beautiful being. I dont know if we have had interactions, if you want forgiveness its yours, forgive yourself, its the most beautiful gift that you can send to yourself. Know also there is nothing to forgive.

susannah1 08-06-2013 07:03 AM

That is a lovely heartfelt post...

http://lifequotesy.com/blog/wp-conte...ng-quotes1.jpg

bridgeeteyes 09-06-2013 10:19 AM

Namaste Susannah and Swamideva, thank you for your heart felt replies.

I read this recently and wished to share it with you all. It lightened my heart of all the worry and anxiety we can sometimes feel on the path to awakening. That no matter who or where we are or at what point we are on in our journey, all will be well.


""No matter in what time or place, or by what name, or in what body, form or shape any human may happen to be appearing, his ultimate destiny is to fully Awaken to the Truth of his Real, Divine Nature, which is eternal Happiness. Just as the true nature of every caterpillar is in fact its “butterflyness,” and its true destiny is to ultimately be the butterfly that it always, already is.""



http://www.davidicke.com/forum/pictu...ictureid=13050

Shanti

bridgeeteyes 20-06-2013 04:48 PM

Four Gates of Truth
 
An old Sufi tradition advises us to speak only after our words have managed to pass through four gates. At the first gate, we ask ourselves, "Are these words true?" If so, we let them pass on; if not, back they go. At the second gate we ask; "Are they necessary?" At the third gate we ask; "Are they beneficial?" and at the fourth gate, we ask, "Are they kind?" If the answer to any of these is no, then what you are about to say should be left unsaid.


How wonderful it would be if all spoken words only passed through these four gates.

Shanti.

heartbeatsalute 20-06-2013 05:05 PM

http://i.imgur.com/JSZZY.jpg

susannah1 21-06-2013 02:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by heartbeatsalute (Post 1061572718)

:)


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