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Old 04-02-2010, 11:26 AM   #61
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If you take your time,

eventually you will realise how simple and natural it is.
You got any -cheats- to Enlightenment ?

What should be the first thing to start with ?

I want to gain access to superconsciousness fast !!

I don't want to meditate on single chakra for years. It takes a lifetimes to archive enlightenment,

But there is shortcut to it, it must exist. Ill give you 50 $ for info !!

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Old 06-02-2010, 12:49 AM   #62
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You got any -cheats- to Enlightenment ?

What should be the first thing to start with ?

I want to gain access to superconsciousness fast !!

I don't want to meditate on single chakra for years. It takes a lifetimes to archive enlightenment,

But there is shortcut to it, it must exist. Ill give you 50 $ for info !!
sorry mate there are NO short-cuts,

Its not just about meditating(on chakras),it is taking what you learn in the mediation and applying it to everyday life.

Tantric Practice – The Essential Meaning of Human Life

To encourage ourself to train in the stages of the path to enlightenment, we should continually recall the three special characteristics of our human life: its freedom and endowment, its rarity, and its great meaning.

Due to the limitations of their body and mind, those who have taken rebirth as animals, for example, have no opportunity to understand or practise the path to liberation. Only humans are free from such hindrances and have all the necessary conditions, known as ‘endowments’, to engage in spiritual paths, which alone lead to everlasting happiness. This freedom and endowment is the first special characteristic that makes our human life so precious.

The second special characteristic of our human life is its rarity. Although there are many humans in this world, each one of us has only one life. One person may own many cars and houses, but even the richest person in the world cannot possess more than one life, and, when that is drawing to an end, he or she cannot buy, borrow, or manufacture another. When we lose this life, it will be very difficult to find another similarly qualified life in the future. Our human life is therefore very rare.

The third special characteristic of our human life is its great meaning. If we use our human life to accomplish spiritual realizations, our life is immensely meaningful. By using it in this way, we actualize our full potential and progress from the state of an ordinary, deluded being to that of a fully enlightened being, the highest of all beings; and when we have done this we shall have the power to benefit all living beings without exception. Thus, by using our human life for spiritual development we can solve all our human problems and fulfil all our own and others’ wishes. What could be more meaningful than this?

http://kadampa.org/en/books/essence-of-vajrayana
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Old 06-02-2010, 10:30 AM   #63
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sorry mate there are NO short-cuts,
Yes there are short cuts !!

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Old 06-02-2010, 08:42 PM   #64
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Enlighten me with your knowledge

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Old 08-02-2010, 01:32 AM   #66
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I wish I was

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Old 08-02-2010, 10:50 PM   #68
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The greatest achievement is selflessness.
The greatest worth is self-mastery.
The greatest quality is seeking to serve others.
The greatest precept is continual awareness.
The greatest medicine is the emptiness of everything.
The greatest action is not conforming with the worlds ways.
The greatest magic is transmuting the passions.
The greatest generosity is non-attachment.
The greatest goodness is a peaceful mind.
The greatest patience is humility.
The greatest effort is not concerned with results.
The greatest meditation is a mind that lets go.
The greatest wisdom is seeing through appearances.
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Old 09-02-2010, 12:13 AM   #69
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Impermanence
-- Thich Nhat Hanh

Nothing remains the same for two consecutive moments. Heraclitus said we can never bathe twice in the same river. Confucius, while looking at a stream, said, "It is always flowing, day and night." The Buddha implored us not just to talk about impermanence, but to use it as an instrument to help us penetrate deeply into reality and obtain liberating insight. We may be tempted to say that because things are impermanent, there is suffering. But the Buddha encouraged us to look again. Without impermanence, life is not possible. How can we transform our suffering if things are not impermanent? How can our daughter grow up into a beautiful young lady? How can the situation in the world improve? We need impermanence for social justice and for hope.

If you suffer, it is not because things are impermanent. It is because you believe things are permanent. When a flower dies, you don't suffer much, because you understand that flowers are impermanent. But you cannot accept the impermanence of your beloved one, and you suffer deeply when she passes away.

If you look deeply into impermanence, you will do your best to make her happy right now. Aware of impermanence, you become positive, loving and wise. Impermanence is good news. Without impermanence, nothing would be possible. With impermanence, every door is open for change. Impermanence is an instrument for our liberation.
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Lightgiver,

I buy most of those statements, as this is how I try to live my life, but it is difficult when most other people are not on the same level:-

The greatest achievement is selflessness - Yep
The greatest worth is self-mastery - A bit deep to quantify
The greatest quality is seeking to serve others - Yep
The greatest precept is continual awareness - How, distrust is everywhere
The greatest medicine is the emptiness of everything - Boyond my realm
The greatest action is not conforming with the worlds ways - As far as I can get away with
The greatest magic is transmuting the passions - ???
The greatest generosity is non-attachment - People, memories or loved ones???
The greatest goodness is a peaceful mind - Would be nice
The greatest patience is humility - Repeats some of the above
The greatest effort is not concerned with results - Every actions surely expects a result!
The greatest meditation is a mind that lets go - I'm an engineer!
The greatest wisdom is seeing through appearances - Yep
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Old 09-02-2010, 02:12 AM   #71
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Thi is simply another religion, based on negatives we must overcome. The only things we must overcome is seeing ourselves and the pure love and consciousness that we are. Why in the world spend all the time dwelling on the negatives like death. There is no karma there is no death.
To follow what you have written says that there are problems outside ourselves that must be "fixed" as well as problems inside us that must be fixed. This is incorrect. WE are already perfect beings capable of anything, we are everything that is was or ever has been or ever will be.
We need to simply intigrate this into ourselves, we are already everything... we have powers with no limits. To begin this one must love the self and and the body we are using to interface with this reality and carry this higher vibration with us so it overflows onto others. Helping them to realize the same things on a subconscious level
There is no past or future there is only the now... to see ourselves being who we truly are in the now is the key to understanding the false matrix world in which we live and decoding it to see the truth.
All the rest is simply a complicated detour which is to keep us from knowing who and what we really are.
Exactly what I was thinking.

This is good information though, but I can imagine putting all this into practice and whilst I'm doing so, the world is burning to the ground whilst I'm busy meditating on everything I have to fix and focus on in my life.
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Exactly what I was thinking.

This is good information though, but I can imagine putting all this into practice and whilst I'm doing so, the world is burning to the ground whilst I'm busy meditating on everything I have to fix and focus on in my life.
You need to take your time reading.

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sorry mate there are NO short-cuts,

Its not just about meditating(on chakras),it is taking what you learn in the mediation and applying it to everyday life.

Tantric Practice – The Essential Meaning of Human Life

To encourage ourself to train in the stages of the path to enlightenment, we should continually recall the three special characteristics of our human life: its freedom and endowment, its rarity, and its great meaning.

Due to the limitations of their body and mind, those who have taken rebirth as animals, for example, have no opportunity to understand or practise the path to liberation. Only humans are free from such hindrances and have all the necessary conditions, known as ‘endowments’, to engage in spiritual paths, which alone lead to everlasting happiness. This freedom and endowment is the first special characteristic that makes our human life so precious.

The second special characteristic of our human life is its rarity. Although there are many humans in this world, each one of us has only one life. One person may own many cars and houses, but even the richest person in the world cannot possess more than one life, and, when that is drawing to an end, he or she cannot buy, borrow, or manufacture another. When we lose this life, it will be very difficult to find another similarly qualified life in the future. Our human life is therefore very rare.

The third special characteristic of our human life is its great meaning. If we use our human life to accomplish spiritual realizations, our life is immensely meaningful. By using it in this way, we actualize our full potential and progress from the state of an ordinary, deluded being to that of a fully enlightened being, the highest of all beings; and when we have done this we shall have the power to benefit all living beings without exception. Thus, by using our human life for spiritual development we can solve all our human problems and fulfil all our own and others’ wishes. What could be more meaningful than this?

http://kadampa.org/en/books/essence-of-vajrayana
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Old 09-02-2010, 02:44 AM   #73
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You need to take your time reading.
Very good point!! haha, Although I've been doing that online A LOT recently, hence why I'm here.

Just gotta pick up some books and dive in next.
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Lightgiver,

I buy most of those statements, as this is how I try to live my life, but it is difficult when most other people are not on the same level:-

The greatest achievement is selflessness - Yep
The greatest worth is self-mastery - A bit deep to quantify
The greatest quality is seeking to serve others - Yep
The greatest precept is continual awareness - How, distrust is everywhere
The greatest medicine is the emptiness of everything - Boyond my realm
The greatest action is not conforming with the worlds ways - As far as I can get away with
The greatest magic is transmuting the passions - ???
The greatest generosity is non-attachment - People, memories or loved ones???
The greatest goodness is a peaceful mind - Would be nice
The greatest patience is humility - Repeats some of the above
The greatest effort is not concerned with results - Every actions surely expects a result!
The greatest meditation is a mind that lets go - I'm an engineer!
The greatest wisdom is seeing through appearances - Yep

The greatest patience is humility
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Wht do you always copy and paste ?
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what do you want me to do type it all out why do you copy and paste music videos.

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William Buhlman really opened up my eyes! I read his two books about out-of-body experience, or oob, and I tried it and "WOOOP".. I know the truth .. no religion stuff whatsoever! this is the real deal! :P

Here is a interview with him!

Edit: Here's another interview with him!

Buy his first book if you want the truth, it will answer your questions!

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Lightgiver,

I buy most of those statements, as this is how I try to live my life, but it is difficult when most other people are not on the same level:-

The greatest achievement is selflessness - Yep
The greatest worth is self-mastery - A bit deep to quantify
The greatest quality is seeking to serve others - Yep
The greatest precept is continual awareness - How, distrust is everywhere
The greatest medicine is the emptiness of everything - Boyond my realm
The greatest action is not conforming with the worlds ways - As far as I can get away with
The greatest magic is transmuting the passions - ???
The greatest generosity is non-attachment - People, memories or loved ones???
The greatest goodness is a peaceful mind - Would be nice
The greatest patience is humility - Repeats some of the above
The greatest effort is not concerned with results - Every actions surely expects a result!
The greatest meditation is a mind that lets go - I'm an engineer!
The greatest wisdom is seeing through appearances - Yep
whatever feels right for you

"It is better to live one day
wisely and reflectively
than to live a hundred years
in ignorance and indulgence" ~ Buddha

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Lightgiver,

I buy most of those statements, as this is how I try to live my life, but it is difficult when most other people are not on the same level:-

The greatest achievement is selflessness - Yep
The greatest worth is self-mastery - A bit deep to quantify
The greatest quality is seeking to serve others - Yep
The greatest precept is continual awareness - How, distrust is everywhere
The greatest medicine is the emptiness of everything - Boyond my realm
The greatest action is not conforming with the worlds ways - As far as I can get away with
The greatest magic is transmuting the passions - ???
The greatest generosity is non-attachment - People, memories or loved ones???
The greatest goodness is a peaceful mind - Would be nice
The greatest patience is humility - Repeats some of the above
The greatest effort is not concerned with results - Every actions surely expects a result!
The greatest meditation is a mind that lets go - I'm an engineer!
The greatest wisdom is seeing through appearances - Yep
I certainly agree with the bolded. It can be challenging. Very interesting list. I shall print it out and post it at my work station so I can see it regularly.
I would find it a most useful reminder when working with the public.
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I certainly agree with the bolded. It can be challenging. Very interesting list. I shall print it out and post it at my work station so I can see it regularly.
I would find it a most useful reminder when working with the public.
If you get any time to spend a large amount of time alone, DO IT. It helps. I spend so much time on my own. It helps you actually focus on putting things into practice.

Saying that, I'm a bum right now and not working, so it's easy for me to say!
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