May 16, 2009 at 11:14 am #31535
The first states: The world is an awful place I will never come back!
The second states: The world is so wonderful I will be in it for ever!
Is the first a part of Buddism?
Is the second a part of taoism?
SDMay 23, 2009 at 5:20 am #31536
What is it on the picture?
S DMay 24, 2009 at 3:02 am #31538
I think you are right about life in unicerse. It should be wery strange if it was just here life existed. Intereting is to look at theories about morphogenetic fields, beacase thoses theories implies that other lifes in the universe might be wery similar to the life on this planet.
S DMay 27, 2009 at 4:46 am #31540
humans are awaken.
as such idea that one needs to leave to get better
when that which was awaken was already there.
this also refers to first line.
it is public notion that one should leave.
but it is a private secret that
‘after one pierces the veil, he wants to come back’
‘back to mamma’
some school call this a secret
hence they are so focused on lineage thing.
so is it a budhism
but there is also a secret teaching attached
being ignoring both aspect one can
simply and say stay,
though some stay just dence
so neither statement is correctJune 2, 2009 at 2:53 am #31542
Because Shakyamuni Buddha accumulated merit for three periods of countless great aeons, he was able to actualize the clear light without having to attain the impure illusory body which would have required the use of a consort. This does not mean, however that he became enlightened in the coarse body, nor that he shunned the use of a consort on the path. At the end of his last lifetime prior to enlightenment, he attained the last of the ten Boddhisattva grounds (the ten levels of the path of meditation, which immediately precede the path of no more learning, i.e., Buddhahood). He was taken to a Highest Pure Land where in his tantric practice he eventually joined with a consort named Devii Tilottamaa (Divine Daughter Whose drop is Supreme).
– DANIEL CONZORT, The highest Yoga Tantra
His name was Robert Gray, better known as Bob Gray, better knows as Pennywise the Dancing Clown.
-STEPHEN KING, It
“Even if a guy is an absolute physical stud, it doesn’t mean that he’s going to get through Hell Week,” said one overseer.
Hell Week is so gruelling that even the instructors get exhausted and after certain amount of hours they are replaced by the next shift. There is no necessary superseding salvation for the fallen recruit.
-NIGEL CAWTHORNE, The Mammoth Book of INSIDE THE ELITE FORCES
There are no correct answers to these final questions. The commander and his staff are simply conducting one last test to see how an applicant stands up under pressure. If the candidate is accepted, his selection and assessment records are sealed forever. Neither he or anyone in Delta Force is ever allowed to see the scores or what the minimum standards were for passing. It is all part of Delta Forces well-deserved reputation for secrecy.
I have been training the healing tao system since 1999 and are familiar with the basic exercises like the microcosmic orbit, six healing sounds Iron Shirt I the healing love methods and some more exercises like this and are now in a phase in my training when it’s more easy to learn new exercises as well. Today I do the exercises from Eric Yudeloves books “100 days to better health, good sex and long life” and “Taoist yoga and sexual energy” and exercises from Mantak Chias “Awaken healing light of the tao” and the beginning of “Taoist cosmic healing” and some hatha and Kundalini yoga as well.
-Swedich Dragon, Practice:2006-02-10
Hello Swedich Dragon,
Do you mean Rubert Sheldrake’s morphogenetic fied or something else? Can you refer this to some particular material in the net?
Can I ask what practices from kundalini yoga you have combined with nei/waidan?
It’s strange but I have impression that you are not completely satisfied what you have managed to make as development what comes to your health, although you have been practicing since 1999. Do you remember when Paolino Luna suggested raw died? Are you familiar with Ann Wigmore?
With Satan’s hog no pig at all and the weather’s getting dry. We’ll head south from Houston town in cold-blood traveled trance. So clear the road, my bully boys and let some thunder pass. We’re pain, we’re steel, a plot of knives , we’re Transmaniacon MC
-B.Ö.C.June 7, 2009 at 10:02 am #31544
Very few things are an either/or, I find.
We are here for a reason.
The physical plane provides opportunities and
tools for learning and exploration that we can’t
necessarily get in the non-physical realm.
Life is an absolute joy.
The good times are wonderful, fantastic, and beautiful.
The bad times–as horrible as they sometimes can be–are
also wonderful, fantastic, and beautiful. They enrich
the soul in many profound ways. Yes, there can be
joy in even misery as it means you get to experience
*something*, learn from it, and grow from it on a deep level.
Is it also true that eventually we can run out of effective
tools in this playground, and that eventually we need to
graduate to another realm of existence to be able to
continue on a journey of more efficient growth? Yes,
I’d say that’s also true.
To everything, in its own time.
This is the way of things.
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