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Efectul privirii purificatoare a Maestrului

Efectul privirii purificatoare a Maestrului (chiar si din fotografie, chiar si dupa ce a murit / ai murit).

Jivanmukta (= eliberat in viata) = jnanin (= intelept) = cineva care s-a topit complet, total si definitiv in Dumnezeire.
Se zice (nu degeaba !) ca doar privind un asemenea Chip (chiar putin timp, 1-3-5 min zilnic), privirea lui purifica / purjeaza soarta / karma privitorului, chiar daca acesta nu crede in asa ceva.
Merita incercat !

http://altmarius.ning.com/profiles/blogs/jivanmukta-1

E ca si cum L-ai privi pe Dumnezeu in fata si El te-ar privi - si chiar asa este.

"Privesc la munti
Si muntii ma privesc
Lung ne privim
Si nu ni se uraste."

:)

"ÎN FIECARE DIMINEAŢĂ TE TREZEŞTI DIN VIS; DAR, CA SĂ FII LIBER, TREBUIE SĂ TE TREZEŞTI ŞI DIN STAREA DE VEGHE."

(Poonja / Ramana)

"...Devine si mai ciudat. Pe parcursul calatoriei cineva era cu mine. O femeie. Era tanara si imi amintesc foarte bine cum arata. Avea obrajii ridicati si ochii albastri. Cand am vazut-o prima data mergeam impreuna pe o suprafata plana care s-a dovedit a fi aripa unui fluture. De fapt in jurul nostru erau milioane de fluturi. Era un rau de viata si culoare. Vestmantul femeii era simplu, dar culorile lui pastelate albastru-indigo si oranj-piersicuta avea aceeasi traire vie ca orice din jur.

M-a privit cu acea privire pe care daca ai fi vazut-o timp de cateva secunde ti-ar facut ca viata ta sa merite a fi traita, indiferent de ce s-ar fi intamplat pana atunci. Nu era o privire romantica. Nici de prietenie. Era o altfel de privire, alta decat cele pe care le cunoastem. Era ceva inaltator care cuprindea toate tipurile de iubire, in acelasi timp fiind mai mare decat oricare din ele.

Mi-a vorbit fara a folosi cuvinte. Mesajul a trecut prin mine ca vantul si am inteles instantaneu ca era adevarat. Stiam in acelasi fel in care stiam ca lumea din jurul nostru era reala, nu doar o fantezie trecatoare nesubstantiala.
Mesajul avea trei parti care sunau cam asa in limbaj pamantesc:
“Dragul meu esti iubit si pretuit pentru totdeauna.”
“Nu ai de ce sa te temi. ”
“Nu poti gresi cu nimic.”

Mesajul m-a invadat cu un simtamant enorm de eliberare. Era ca si cand primeam regulile unui joc pe care il jucasem toata viata fara sa il inteleg cu adevarat." [dr. Eben Alexander]

https://ceicunoi.wordpress.com/2013/06/04/exista-viata-dupa-moarte-...

Conex sa ne amintim si de femeia sfanta din "Marea despărţire" de C. S. Lewis.
http://www.humanitas.ro/humanitas/marea-desp%C4%83r%C5%A3ire

http://www.humanitas.ro/files/media/marea-despartire.pdf

http://lucite.org/lucite/archive/fiction_-_lewis/(ebook)%20lewis,%20c.s.%20-%20the%20great%20divorce%20-%20can%20a%20loving%20god%20send%20people%20to%20hell%20-%20(perfect!)(clive,%20cs%20lewis)%20(christian%20library).pdf

Great%20divorce%20Lewis.pdf

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Comentariu publicat de Bdi pe August 12, 2016 la 1:43pm

Vivekananda’s experience with Ramakrishna.

Initial meetings

First meeting at Dakshineswar

Following the suggestions of Ram Chandra and Professor Hastie, Narendra went to Dakshineswar to meet Ramakrishna. Ramakrishna was so anxious for and so enamoured of Narendra that he cried and prayed for six months till Narendra met him. Later, Ramakrishna recalled the day when Narendra first visited Dakshineswar. He said—

Narendra entered the room through the western door facing the Ganges. I noticed that he had no concern about his physical appearance. His hair and clothes were not tidy; like others he had no attachments for external objects. His eyes showed that a greater part of his mind was turned inward all the time. When I observed these, I wondered, is it possible that such a great aspirant could live in Calcutta, the home of the worldly-minded?

Ramakrishna warmly welcomed Narendra and asked him to sit on a mat spread on the floor. Then Ramakrishna asked him to sing a song. Narendra gave his assent and started singing a devotional song—

Let us go back once more,
O mind, to our proper home!
Here in this foreign land of earth Why should we wander aimlessly in stranger's guise?
These living beings round about,
And the five elements,
Are strangers to you, all of them; none are your own.
Why do you so forget yourself,
In love with strangers, foolish mind?
Why do you so forget your own?

When Narendra finished singing, Ramakrishna suddenly became emotional, grasped Narendra's hands and took him into the northern porch of the Kali temple and with tears in his eyes said to him —

Ah! you have come so late. How unkind of you to keep me waiting so long! My ears are almost seared listening to the cheap talk of worldly people. Oh, how I have been yearning to unburden my mind to one who will understand my thought! Then with folded hands he said: 'Lord! I know you are the ancient sage Nara — the Incarnation of Narayana — born on earth to remove the miseries of mankind.

Then Ramakrishna and Narendra returned to their room and started talking. Narendra asked Ramakrishna if he had seen or experienced God. Narendra asked the same question to Debendranath Tagore as well, who skipped the question and praised Narendra's inquisitiveness. But, this time when Narendra asked Ramakrishna the same question, the latter immediately replied in the positive. Without any hesitation, he said:

Yes, I have seen God. I see Him as I see you here, only more clearly. God can be seen. One can talk to him. But who cares for God? People shed torrents of tears for their wives, children, wealth, and property, but who weeps for the vision of God? If one cries sincerely for God, one can surely see Him.

Vivekananda was so much impressed with this meeting that he started visiting Ramakrishna daily when he felt: “religion could be given. One touch one glance can change a whole life”.[6]

Narendra felt amazed as this was the first time he was meeting someone who could say that he had met or experienced God. He also understood those were not mere words, but words uttered from deep inner experiences. He left Dakshineswar and came back to Calcutta in a highly puzzled and bewildered state of mind.

Second meeting at Dakshineswar

The first meeting with Ramakrishna so much puzzled the young mind for Narendra that he was feeling anxious to meet Ramakrishna again. He finally went to meet him for the second time on a weekday.  During the second meeting, he had another strange experience. When he was talking to Ramakrishna, Ramakrishna suddenly placed his right foot on Narendra's chest and Narendra started feeling unconscious, he felt as if everything around him, the rooms, the walls, the temple garden were vanishing away. Narendra got scared and cried out "What are you doing to me? I have my parents, brothers, and sisters at home." Ramakrishna laughed and moved his foot from his body. He restored his consciousness and said "All right, everything will happen in due time."

Narendra became even more puzzled and felt that Ramakrishna had “hypnotized” [initiation, nagual’s blow, transmisie initiatica] him. He also felt disgusted as he apparently could not resist Ramakrishna from influencing him.

Third meeting at Dakshineswar

Narendra went to meet Ramakrishna for the third time. This time he was very scared after his last experience. Ramakrishna welcomed Narendra and started talking with him. Narendra was trying to stay alert and not to be “hypnotized” once again by Ramakrishna. Ramakrishna took him to the adjacent garden and touched him. Narendra failed to resist Ramakrishna's will power and became unconscious. Ramakrishna later said, after making Narendra unconscious, he asked him many questions such as his previous works, his future aims etc. After receiving answers to his questions, Ramakrishna felt assured and later he told other disciples that he was confident that Narendra had attained "perfection" in his previous birth.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relationship_between_Ramakrishna_and_...

http://www.swamivivekanandaquotes.org/2014/05/sir-have-you-seen-god...

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140806125135-30425280-a-rare-conve...

http://www.swamivivekanandaquotes.org/2013/04/swami-vivekananda-quo...

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Si unde gasim un Intelept deplin (jnanin, jivanmukta) in lumea de azi ?
Simplu:
In fotografia lor (Ramana, Ramakrishna, Nisargadatta, Ma Ananda Mayi, Padre Pio,...) si in moastele / icoanele Sfintilor / Maestrilor si, mai ales, rugandu-ne lor si prin ei (prin forma lor) lui Dumnezeu (Care a imbracat masca lor, fiind El-Acesta sub forma lor).
Astfel, ei-Unul si Acelasi ne vor invata / initia fara cuvinte, Invatatura Divina, direct de la suflet la suflet, de la Inima la inima (inima lor la inima noastra), de la Fiinta la fiinte...

"Ei-El" (exteriori) ne vor face sa-L simtim pe Gurul Interior = Sad Guru = Divinul, din inima noastra.

Comentariu publicat de Bdi pe August 12, 2016 la 1:55pm
Comentariu publicat de Bdi pe August 12, 2016 la 1:56pm

Swami Vivekananda a fost discipolul cel mai renumit al marelui Paramahansa Ramakrishna. Si-a intalnit Gurul in 1881 la templul lui Kali din Dakshineshwar. S-a dus la Ramakrishna si i-a pus o intrebare directa la care nimeni pana atunci nu-i daduse un raspuns satisfacator: “Domnule, L-ati vazut pe Dumnezeu?”. Fara nici o ezitare, Sri Ramakrishna i-a raspuns: “Da, L-am vazut tot asa de clar precum te vad pe tine, doar ca intr-un sens mult mai profund”.

Comentariu publicat de Bdi pe Iulie 17, 2019 la 11:00am

On 15 November 1244, a man in a black suit from head to toe came to the famous inn of Sugar Merchants of Konya. His name was Shams Tabrizi. He was claiming to be a travelling merchant. As it was said in Haji Bektash Veli's book, "Makalat", he was looking for something which he was going to find in Konya. Eventually he found Rumi riding a horse.

One day Rumi was reading next to a large stack of books. Shams Tabriz, passing by, asked him, "What are you doing?" Rumi scoffingly replied, "Something you cannot understand." (This is knowledge that cannot be understood by the unlearned.) On hearing this, Shams threw the stack of books into a nearby pool of water. Rumi hastily rescued the books and to his surprise they were all dry. Rumi then asked Shams, "What is this?" To which Shams replied, "Mowlana, this is what you cannot understand." (This is knowledge that cannot be understood by the learned.)

A second version of the tale has Shams passing by Rumi who again is reading a book. Rumi regards him as an uneducated stranger. Shams asks Rumi what he is doing, to which Rumi replies, "Something that you do not understand!" At that moment, the books suddenly catch fire and Rumi asks Shams to explain what happened. His reply was, "Something you do not understand."[5]

Another version of the first encounter is this: In the marketplace of Konya, amid the cotton stalls, sugar vendors, and vegetable stands, Rumi rode through the street, surrounded by his students. Shams caught hold of the reins of his donkey and rudely challenged the master with two questions. “Who was the greater mystic, Bayazid [a Sufi saint] or Muhammad?” Shams demanded. "What a strange question! Muhammad is greater than all the saints," Rumi replied. "So, why is it then that Muhammad said to God, ‘I didn’t know you as I should have,’ while Bayazid proclaimed, ‘Glory be to me! How exalted is my Glory! [that is, he claimed the station of God himself]?" Rumi explained that Muhammad was the greater of the two, because Bayazid could be filled to capacity by a single experience of divine blessings. He lost himself completely and was filled with God. Muhammad's capacity was unlimited and could never be filled. His desire was endless, and he was always thirsty. With every moment he came closer to God, and then regretted his former distant state. For that reason he said, “I have never known you as I should have.” It is recorded that after this exchange of words, Rumi felt a window open at the top of his head and saw smoke rise to heaven. He cried out, fell to the ground, and lost consciousness for one hour. Shams, upon hearing these answers, realized that he was face to face with the object of his longing, the one he had prayed God to send him. When Rumi awoke, he took Shams's hand, and the two of them returned to Rumi's school together on foot.

After several years with Rumi in Konya, Shams left and settled in Khoy. As the years passed, Rumi attributed more and more of his own poetry to Shams as a sign of love for his departed friend and master. In Rumi's poetry Shams becomes a guide of Allah's (Creator) love for mankind; Shams was a sun ("Shams" means "Sun" in Arabic) shining the Light of Sun as guide for the right path dispelling darkness in Rumi's heart, mind, and body on earth. The source of Shams' teachings was the knowledge of Ali ibn Abu Talib, who is also called the father of sufism.[6][7]

According to contemporary Sufi tradition, Shams Tabrizi mysteriously disappeared: some say he was killed by close disciples of Mowlana Jalaluddin Rumi who were jealous of the close relationship between Rumi and Shams, but according to many certain evidences, he left Konya and died in Khoy where he was buried. Sultan Walad, Rumi's son, in his Walad-Nama mathnawi just mentions that Shams mysteriously disappeared from Konya with no more specific details.[8][9]

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