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Old 22-08-2017, 07:48 PM
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Vajrayana practice.

The second stage of Vajrayana, is using the bodies subtle energy system to help connect with bliss and access ever deeper states of consciousness. By working with energy channels in the body and Chakras, the meditator experiences The symbolism of union and sexual polarity is a central teaching in Tantric Buddhism, especially in Tibet. The union is realised by the practitioner as a mystical experience within one's own body.[5]

As a tantric practice, Yab-yum is akin to the Karmamudrā or "actionseal". This is the tantric yoga involving a physical partner. However, the aim of the practice is to control one's winds. This sadhana is part of the completion stage. unity of all beings, and transforms mundane sexual desire into a powerful fuel, igniting a super charged path to the enlightened state. This untapped blissful energy is within all beings, and Vajrayana brings it to the surface where it is literally working with the blissful rays of the underlying source of reality.
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Bringing Eastern Practices and Teachings to the Western World

I have practised all four of these spiritual paths, and can testify that they are extremely beneficial and meaningful. I teach these forms of meditation, and encourage people to engage with them to the best of their ability. Each one contains its own wisdom and has its own positive effects on my life. After many years of practising these spiritual paths, I stumbled upon the secret teachings of Tibetan Dzogchen in books hidden at the back of the library in the Tibetan Buddhist centre where I lived. Dzogchen, which is sometimes referred to as the highest path of Tibetan Buddhism, contains all the above gradual paths, but it also contains a radical meditation on the non dual, or instantaneous path to enlightenment.
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The symbolism of union and sexual polarity is a central teaching in Tantric Buddhism, especially in Tibet. The union is realised by the practitioner as a mystical experience within one's own body.[5]

As a tantric practice, Yab-yum is akin to the Karmamudrā or "actionseal". This is the tantric yoga involving a physical partner. However, the aim of the practice is to control one's winds. This sadhana is part of the completion stage.
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So the final practice of Tibetan Buddhism practicing ending in its highest Dzogchen practice of YabYum sex.
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Old 17-09-2017, 11:20 AM
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Number of Buddhists in the world.

Buddhism is a religion practiced by an estimated 488 million in the world,[1] 495 million,[2] or 535 million[3] people as of the 2010s, representing 9% to 10% of the world's total population.

China is the country with the largest population of Buddhists, approximately 244 million or 18.2% of its total population.[1] They are mostly followers of Chinese schools of Mahayana, making this the largest body of Buddhist traditions. Mahayana, also practiced in broader East Asia, is followed by over half of world Buddhists.[1]

The second largest body of Buddhist schools is Theravada, mostly followed in Southeast Asia.[1] The third and smallest body of schools, Vajrayana, is followed mostly in Tibet, the Himalayan region, Mongolia and parts of Russia,[1] but has been disseminated throughout the world.

According to a demographic analysis reported by Peter Harvey (2013):[3]

Eastern Buddhism (Mahayana) has 360 million adherents;
Southern Buddhism (Theravada) has 150 million adherents; and
Northern Buddhism (Vajrayana) has 18.2 million adherents.
Seven million additional Buddhists are found outside Asia.

And the numbers of Buddhists in the country in 2,013:
United States ----------3,800,023
Malaysia -----------------5,620,483
Japan ----------------------9,250,000
China -----------------------244,130,000
Australia ------------------528,977
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Old 09-10-2017, 07:45 AM
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Quotes from Buddha.

This is BUDDHA QUOTES taken from THE source of other person.

So here are some of the favourites xxx
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A jug fills drop by drop.

Better than a thousand hollow words, is one word that brings peace.

He who loves 50 people has 50 woes; he who loves no one has no woes.

Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.
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In the sky, there is no distinction of east and west; people create distinctions out of their own minds and then believe them to be true

It is better to conquer yourself than to win a thousand battles. Then the victory is yours. It cannot be taken from you, not by angels or by demons, heaven or hell.
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Old 14-11-2017, 10:59 PM
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Chinese Buddhism scriptures words inside my body.

Why a Buddha is different from other Gods?

I'm talking that only concern about Buddha Sakyamuni teaching or practice. That's with his practice as my understanding to write in this manner. My body inner self is covered or occupied (all over my body) by the Chinese Buddhism scriptures words. As Buddha practice and reality only Buddha Sakyamuni and the usual aspect can be followed by his follower Buddhas. That's why only the real or pure Buddhas that brings up by him has this stuff inside the Buddha's bodies.

The Chinese Buddhism scriptures words is as to purifying and controlling of a Buddha's body. That's his consciousness nature is guided by the Buddha's philosophy and understanding. It's setting up of certain quality and it's Buddha Sakyamuni teaching or practice for his "true" followers.

Other types of Buddhism like the Tibetan Buddhism or Dzogchen or those who practice Kundalini and becoming "Buddhas" can't have the Buddhism scriptures words inside them. That's to say, there's a great different from the truth of practicing metaphysics when one following crossly or away from (not following) Buddha Sakyamuni teaching and practice.
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Old 21-11-2017, 08:16 PM
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Can thoughts be materialized?

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Your statement says thoughts can be materialized? Future events of human can be materialized by the thoughts of them. That's equal to Creator but I doubt about it. But this is what a Buddhist or Buddha will/have thinking that way. So they always think of good things then that may happen in the future. But it's hard to prove to be so.

To metaphysic knowledge I think it can be so which will only be provided or depending on how strong the will of that particular person. For Creator it's a piece of cake or it's just his expertise. In spiritual/material world I can do it because my will or thought can be equally to thought/material of the future world. I have fought the bad god by ---- for him he's using mantra/ spells but I just say what I want him to be and it does happen to fight his spells. It's because I am not working under any spell that's spell free. When others want to read the spells it needs bad/good Gods' will to support it that's why I can easily defeat them.

I can fight the bad gods just using my thinking but not spells from my enemies or other Gods. It can be hidden I don't know. But any bad happening of my future can be changed by me.
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Old 29-11-2017, 06:33 PM
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Life is suffering?

(I paste it here for my collection). Life can be different for different people. So it's not easy to give a marking of any kind, so life is not easy is better than to say all life is suffering.
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If life is only suffering can we say our life is completed? I surely not agree with it and so is other's thinking and feeling. So life is not easy...under certain circumstances but we can't say it's all.

Words is sometimes not equal to actual facts because it can limited by itself. For example, the word "peace " if one's mind is peaceful but outside our mind there can be not and outside is peaceful then in the spiritual realm can be not and so on.....

When Buddha said, all life is suffering, but others said they feel life is happiness. So can we deny their claim as what they ascent to.

Buddha just to remind us life isn't easy, so all life is suffering. It only more focus in Buddhism. Other religions may focus on sin and forgiveness by God in Christianity.
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Old 29-11-2017, 06:40 PM
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(I paste it here for my collection). Life can be different for different people. So it's not easy to give a marking of any kind, so life is not easy is better than to say all life is suffering.
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If life is only suffering can we say our life is completed? I surely not agree with it and so is other's thinking and feeling. So life is not easy...under certain circumstances but we can't say it's all.

Words is sometimes not equal to actual facts because it can limited by itself. For example, the word "peace " if one's mind is peaceful but outside our mind there can be not and outside is peaceful then in the spiritual realm can be not and so on.....

When Buddha said, all life is suffering, but others said they feel life is happiness. So can we deny their claim as what they ascent to.

Buddha just to remind us life isn't easy, so all life is suffering. It only more focus in Buddhism. Other religions may focus on sin and forgiveness by God in Christianity.


If you read Buddhas teachings Jeremy he said ' in life there is suffering ' not that all life is suffering.
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Old 29-11-2017, 07:17 PM
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Life is suffering.

I paste it here to show that this is the way a Buddhist should know about life. But it's depending on how hard it can be by individual to tackle with it.




The basis of Buddhism is a doctrine known as the Four Noble Truths. The First Truth is that all life is suffering, pain, and misery. The Second Truth is that this suffering is caused by selfish craving and personal desire. ... The Four Noble Truths is a fundamental concept taught by the Buddha.Jun 10, 2017
Four Noble Truths of Buddhism by Ron Kurtus - Succeed in ...
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Sky ,

I think it depends on how a person to look at it. All life is suffering or just saying, "in life there's suffering" ,they make no different.
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Old 29-11-2017, 10:09 PM
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Other feelings beside suffering.

Buddha only stated a part of life situation : life is suffering.

Life is suffering and enjoying, meeting and departing, born and death, healthy and sick, from empty to possession to departure of emptiness, child to youth to old age and death, from pure (empty) to full to empty again.... There are so many encounters and stages of life but within life is not only sad, suffering ,depression.... There are more...

When Buddha said life is suffering, it's at that time the people were more poor and hard to live an easy life and he is pointing to the suffering of that situation. And he said life is merged in the sea of bitterness

And even God's life isn't easy that's the one he didn't say. When we think of suffering it can mean only a part of life not the whole part and other feelings are also intervening to life.
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Old 30-11-2017, 10:21 PM
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Human have soul or spirit.

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I tell a story that may overthrow Buddha's theory of no soul. When my father-in-law was dead and we(a group of 50 Christians) praying for him. My third eyesight saw him sat up to pray at the same time and sleeping back to his corpse when we quit praying.

And he asked me to bring him to my paradise that I created for my Cupidson family. But I brought him to the heaven in the universe to stay with all the purely formed Gods. Once, I wanted to see him there and calling him to met me. He brought me to a far distance just not to be noticed by others who staying there. And we chatted.

So unless we can see or feel(I can touch them by human hand that's they're in Godly solid|physical form) them then we will always think that human is non-self or no soul. I can see, touch, smell, listen and I've married Goddesses as my wife. They're real. All my 4 children can see spiritual realm when they're young -- before thirteen of age. And can see now but with more energy that's easy to get tire.
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