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Old 19-02-2018, 11:16 AM
Nitiananda Nitiananda is offline
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The problem of modern Buddhism is that there is only a teaching left, but there are practically no people who have achieved what is described in his teaching (maha nirvana).
And in the Buddha's teaching there are four kinds of practitioners:
The first. They are those who only meet with the buddha almost immediately reach liberation and enlightenment. To these disciples were the two closest disciples of Buddha Magamoghalan and Sariputta. They had practiced yoga for several years before, but nothing substantial had been achieved, but only after meeting Buddha for one week Mahamaggalana and for two Sariputta reached the level of the Arhat. Not returning again.
Believe it is extremely difficult. Everything depends on the power of the master.

Second. Those who first meet Buddha disciples practice for a while, and then reach the Arhat.

Thirdly. These are those who practice a significant part of their lives and at the time of death destroy worldly desires and achieve liberation.

The fourth ones are those who can only study the doctrine and preach it. can not achieve liberation, for the reason that in this world there are no teachers who have reached such a high level, capable of leading pupils to this level ..

And now the age .. when Buddhism remains only a teaching, but there are no teachers capable of leading to the achievement of liberation.
Partly this is due to the fact that in 1953 China attacked Tibet and shot several thousand lamas and reached liberation.
Therefore, we can safely say now that modern Tibetan Buddhism is buried.
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Old 19-02-2018, 11:16 AM
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Even the Dalai Lama himself now can not lead anyone to achieveBecause of his advanced age.
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Old 19-02-2018, 11:41 AM
Nitiananda Nitiananda is offline
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let's talk finally about the chakras

The human body is permeated with tens of thousands of energy channels. The intersections of the largest of them form powerful centers of spiritual energy. In different teachings they are called in different ways: "wheels", "spokes", "chakras". From the bottom up is the Muladhara chakra, then the Swadhisthana-chakra, the Manipura-chakra, the Anahata-chakra, the Vishuddha-chakra, the Ajna chakra and finally the Sahasrara-chakra. Also the Chandra-chakra and the Surya-chakra one-fifth of each of the other aforementioned chakras.
Through these holes, there is a constant loss of energy. Usually people use the chakras to express one or another emotion or satisfy one or another desire. But this means that they thereby give the energy to flow out of the corresponding chakra. For example, when consciousness is led by hatred, the first chakra is used, when sexual desire is the second, when greed is the third, when love affection is the fourth, when the desire for struggle is the fifth, and when consciousness is in a state of self-gratification, the sixth chakra is used. Or when a person is grasped by smell and enjoys smells, he uses the first chakra. When he is tied to taste, he uses the second chakra. When he chases after beautiful things and is captured by visual objects, he uses the third chakra. When the bodily sensation of touch dominates him, he uses the fourth chakra. When he is at the mercy of beautiful sounds, he uses the fifth chakra. And when he falls under the domination of all kinds of images that pop up in the mind, he uses the sixth chakra.
As you have probably already realized, every chakra corresponds to a certain work of consciousness. Let's see the same work of human consciousness for each chakra in more detail.

The first chakra is Muladhara.
The revealed Muladhara is a flame in the form of an inverted triangle. It is connected with the element of the Earth, it is responsible for human health. From the sense organs it corresponds to the sense of smell. Negative aspect - ambiguity of thinking, uncontrollable anger, lack of physical strength, mental exhaustion.
The element of the Earth in the physical body is everything that relates to gross flesh: meat, bones, skin. Disclosure of this chakra strengthens the flesh, the body seems to be filled with energy, muscles increase. No matter how hard a person does sports, he will not be able to achieve perfection, if this spiritual center does not work. Conversely, the activation of this chakra gives the highest performance with minimal sleep time. However, the element of the Earth is an element of the lowest order, and one must take into account that its cleansing manifests also the negative aspect of the work of consciousness associated with this chakra. A person becomes extremely quick-tempered and irritable. Of course, this leads to a deterioration in relationships with others. But through this it is necessary to pass. Otherwise, it will be impossible to rise to the next level - the level of the Swadhisthana-chakra.
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Old 19-02-2018, 11:45 AM
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Oh please not chacras...
There's another subforum for those..

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Old 19-02-2018, 11:52 AM
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Even the Dalai Lama himself now can not lead anyone to achieveBecause of his advanced age.


Age brings wisdom....


Do you know HHDL personally to be able to judge his ability?
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Old 19-02-2018, 11:53 AM
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let's talk finally about the chakras

The human body is permeated with tens of thousands of energy channels. The intersections of the largest of them form powerful centers of spiritual energy. In different teachings they are called in different ways: "wheels", "spokes", "chakras". From the bottom up is the Muladhara chakra, then the Swadhisthana-chakra, the Manipura-chakra, the Anahata-chakra, the Vishuddha-chakra, the Ajna chakra and finally the Sahasrara-chakra. Also the Chandra-chakra and the Surya-chakra one-fifth of each of the other aforementioned chakras.
Through these holes, there is a constant loss of energy. Usually people use the chakras to express one or another emotion or satisfy one or another desire. But this means that they thereby give the energy to flow out of the corresponding chakra. For example, when consciousness is led by hatred, the first chakra is used, when sexual desire is the second, when greed is the third, when love affection is the fourth, when the desire for struggle is the fifth, and when consciousness is in a state of self-gratification, the sixth chakra is used. Or when a person is grasped by smell and enjoys smells, he uses the first chakra. When he is tied to taste, he uses the second chakra. When he chases after beautiful things and is captured by visual objects, he uses the third chakra. When the bodily sensation of touch dominates him, he uses the fourth chakra. When he is at the mercy of beautiful sounds, he uses the fifth chakra. And when he falls under the domination of all kinds of images that pop up in the mind, he uses the sixth chakra.
As you have probably already realized, every chakra corresponds to a certain work of consciousness. Let's see the same work of human consciousness for each chakra in more detail.

The first chakra is Muladhara.
The revealed Muladhara is a flame in the form of an inverted triangle. It is connected with the element of the Earth, it is responsible for human health. From the sense organs it corresponds to the sense of smell. Negative aspect - ambiguity of thinking, uncontrollable anger, lack of physical strength, mental exhaustion.
The element of the Earth in the physical body is everything that relates to gross flesh: meat, bones, skin. Disclosure of this chakra strengthens the flesh, the body seems to be filled with energy, muscles increase. No matter how hard a person does sports, he will not be able to achieve perfection, if this spiritual center does not work. Conversely, the activation of this chakra gives the highest performance with minimal sleep time. However, the element of the Earth is an element of the lowest order, and one must take into account that its cleansing manifests also the negative aspect of the work of consciousness associated with this chakra. A person becomes extremely quick-tempered and irritable. Of course, this leads to a deterioration in relationships with others. But through this it is necessary to pass. Otherwise, it will be impossible to rise to the next level - the level of the Swadhisthana-chakra.



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Old 19-02-2018, 12:05 PM
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let's talk finally about the chakras

The human body is permeated with tens of thousands of energy channels. The intersections of the largest of them form powerful centers of spiritual energy. In different teachings they are called in different ways: "wheels", "spokes", "chakras". From the bottom up is the Muladhara chakra, then the Swadhisthana-chakra, the Manipura-chakra, the Anahata-chakra, the Vishuddha-chakra, the Ajna chakra and finally the Sahasrara-chakra. Also the Chandra-chakra and the Surya-chakra one-fifth of each of the other aforementioned chakras.
Through these holes, there is a constant loss of energy. Usually people use the chakras to express one or another emotion or satisfy one or another desire. But this means that they thereby give the energy to flow out of the corresponding chakra. For example, when consciousness is led by hatred, the first chakra is used, when sexual desire is the second, when greed is the third, when love affection is the fourth, when the desire for struggle is the fifth, and when consciousness is in a state of self-gratification, the sixth chakra is used. Or when a person is grasped by smell and enjoys smells, he uses the first chakra. When he is tied to taste, he uses the second chakra. When he chases after beautiful things and is captured by visual objects, he uses the third chakra. When the bodily sensation of touch dominates him, he uses the fourth chakra. When he is at the mercy of beautiful sounds, he uses the fifth chakra. And when he falls under the domination of all kinds of images that pop up in the mind, he uses the sixth chakra.
As you have probably already realized, every chakra corresponds to a certain work of consciousness. Let's see the same work of human consciousness for each chakra in more detail.

The first chakra is Muladhara.
The revealed Muladhara is a flame in the form of an inverted triangle. It is connected with the element of the Earth, it is responsible for human health. From the sense organs it corresponds to the sense of smell. Negative aspect - ambiguity of thinking, uncontrollable anger, lack of physical strength, mental exhaustion.
The element of the Earth in the physical body is everything that relates to gross flesh: meat, bones, skin. Disclosure of this chakra strengthens the flesh, the body seems to be filled with energy, muscles increase. No matter how hard a person does sports, he will not be able to achieve perfection, if this spiritual center does not work. Conversely, the activation of this chakra gives the highest performance with minimal sleep time. However, the element of the Earth is an element of the lowest order, and one must take into account that its cleansing manifests also the negative aspect of the work of consciousness associated with this chakra. A person becomes extremely quick-tempered and irritable. Of course, this leads to a deterioration in relationships with others. But through this it is necessary to pass. Otherwise, it will be impossible to rise to the next level - the level of the Swadhisthana-chakra.







" lets talk about chakras "

Seems more about copy + paste all over the forum rather than talk about anything...
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Old 19-02-2018, 12:10 PM
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The first chakra is Muladhara.
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I would suggest you give this chakra more focus as you appear to be very ungrounded with all of your recent posts.

I understand Kundalini and I see it is working through you with excitement but you are going to alienate yourself from the modern world and these forums unless you ground yourself

Best of luck on your journey
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Old 19-02-2018, 04:07 PM
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I would suggest you give this chakra more focus as you appear to be very ungrounded with all of your recent posts.

I understand Kundalini and I see it is working through you with excitement but you are going to alienate yourself from the modern world and these forums unless you ground yourself

Best of luck on your journey

How many have read different but the forums have never heard from anyone that he understands what kundalini is. I myself do not even understand what it is even though I practice kundalini yoga for many years.

http://www.spiritualforums.com/vb/sh...d.php?t=120792
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Old 19-02-2018, 04:12 PM
Nitiananda Nitiananda is offline
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By chance, post about the chakras placed, mixed up the section. Sorry.
I can not delete. If you see errors in my posts, correct them. English is not my native language. Thank you!
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