SUDDENLY, I’M NOT ‘BUDDHIST’

Suddenly, I’m Not ‘Buddhist’

This may sound crazy … 

I am devoted to and have deep appreciation for the Buddha’s teaching, in the same way I have for the Vedas, Christ’s teaching, Plato, the reality in the Ten Commandments … and any esoteric teaching. They’re all the same.

Most of all, I appreciate my self as my immediate teacher, 
poor, deluded creature though it is. 

When we hear about ‘aliens’ watching us to see if we are ready for them to reveal themselves – a bit like God – this is exactly the same as pure consciousness watching to see if this self-illusion is ready to realise that it does not exist.

To aliens who might be out there: 
get your shiny head around that!

What do you think you are watching over?!

Some days, inspiration goes off the chart … 
I said it may sound crazy.
😀

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6 Responses to SUDDENLY, I’M NOT ‘BUDDHIST’

  1. Anonymous says:

    A german philosopher once said: “Only a God can save us!”[1], which is true. The question is how to define God. Mankind need to surpass itself and tap into its unsuspected surnatural reservoirs. An old Roman philosohper once defined God as a mortal human being helping his fellowman without expecting anything in return. It’s so simple..

    [1] Augstein, Rudolf; Wolff, Georg; Interview with Heidegger, Martin (31 May 1976). “Nur noch ein Gott kann uns retten”. Der Spiegel: 193–219. Retrieved 2013-06-14.
    [2] Pliny The Elder Gaius Plinius Secundus (c. A.D. 23-79)

  2. Marcel says:

    A german philosopher once said: “Only a God can save us!”[1]
    The question is how to define God?
    Is it within our capacities?
    Can man surpass ourselves and tap into our unsuspected surnatural reservoirs?
    An old Roman philosohper once defined God as a mortal human being helping his fellowman without expecting anything in return.
    Can it be that simple?

    [1] Augstein, Rudolf; Wolff, Georg; Interview with Heidegger, Martin (31 May 1976). “Nur noch ein Gott kann uns retten”. Der Spiegel: 193–219. Retrieved 2013-06-14.
    [2] Pliny The Elder Gaius Plinius Secundus (c. A.D. 23-79) « Deus est mortali juvare mortalem, et haec ad aeternam gloriam via »

  3. Marcel says:

    Can it be that simple? Take 3

    A German philosopher once said: “Only a God can save us!”[1]
    The question is how do we define God? Is it within our capacities? Is it possible to become Godlike? What does it require?
    In any case, seeing things as they are, is needed if you want to see and cut through the machinations of our time (instead of being pulled the wool over your eyes).
    Can you lift yourselve up, go beyond and start tapping into an unsuspected potential of clear seeing, clear speaking, clear acting ? Just seeing things as they are and doing things that need to be done here and now. Nothing more, nothing less.
    An old Roman philosopher once said that God is present there where a mortal human is helping his fellowman without expecting anything in return [2].
    Can it be that simple?

    [1] Augstein, Rudolf; Wolff, Georg; Interview with Heidegger, Martin (31 May 1976). “Nur noch ein Gott kann uns retten”. Der Spiegel: 193–219. Retrieved 2013-06-14.
    [2] Pliny The Elder Gaius Plinius Secundus (c. A.D. 23-79) « Deus est mortali juvare mortalem, et haec ad aeternam gloriam via »

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hello Marcel,
    Where you (pure nature) are, God is (pure nature).
    There is no difference.

    It is that simple.

    However, if you find yourself or God on the road/path drop them.

    Tony

  5. Marcel says:

    Thanks Tony,

    To be or not to be, is indeed the question (but even Shakespeare is human afterall..)

    Hope 2021 will be better and well.

    • tony says:

      Hello Marcel,

      Let’s hope many more people have success in recognising their true nature and so be aware of the subtle and not so subtle manipulations taking place.

      Tony

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