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Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 2:16 pm
by mystervu
Hello there i wonder if theres anybody out theres that nows about what they say and should not say like the buddhist rule book
i been attending this buddhist centre for a number of years now well some of the followers i befriended and then suddenley these people stopped attending well the one evening at the centre three months later they suddenley turned up well was chatting away laughing and joking when i overheard the teacher saying probably thought i could not hear him talking to one of there helper, he said if i could get his mind id put it in a jar and lock it up in a cuboard there was nobody else in view apart from and the two other i was talking too. now too me that does not sound nice at all , what does anybody else think or has anybody else had any similiar happenings

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Wed Jul 12, 2017 10:16 am
by Mystik
I don’t think what the guy at the buddhist center said was very nice, I almost feel as if he drew to that conclusion cause he felt intimidated/threatened by you..

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Wed Jul 12, 2017 3:46 pm
by cheeneka
Hi.
I am thinking that maybe this is spirits way of putting you on a different path. Spirit is making you think again about whether to follow a religion or find a different way to connect to spirit.
The fact you found this site shows you that you are still searching. You know deep inside there is something more.

I would take some time to listen to my inner voice and what it is trying to tell you.

LOve cheeneka x

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:30 am
by Goofy1
What is there to judge in the first place? Philosophy, which Buddhism is primary about, is too ambiguous and limitless within it's motions, meaning, philosophy has no set rules to what is right or wrong, negative or positive, nice or not nice, black or white, philosophy has no set boundaries.

We often perceive (judge) that certain people should conduct themselves in certain ways in accordance with our own perceptions. Considering that all perceptions are limited by certain set perspectives, relying on perceptions to give us a true sense of what is right or wrong isn't wise. Simply, don't put to much emphasis on your own perceptions especially in judgment of others, it is often way off the mark.

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 4:44 pm
by mystervu
cheeneka wrote:
Wed Jul 12, 2017 3:46 pm
Hi.
I am thinking that maybe this is spirits way of putting you on a different path. Spirit is making you think again about whether to follow a religion or find a different way to connect to spirit.
The fact you found this site shows you that you are still searching. You know deep inside there is something more.

I would take some time to listen to my inner voice and what it is trying to tell you.

LOve cheeneka x
Hi cheeneka you are sort of right its really a great place to meditate with other people to reach your inner self and other places of wonder i think you understand what i mean from childhood onwards but i keep an open mind when i attend these places as i know there greater things to come are you clairsentient or empath if you dont mind me asking. plus you also know these inner knowing are very subtle in nature but that's ok

brian(mystervu)
x

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 5:16 pm
by mystervu
Goofy1 wrote:
Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:30 am
What is there to judge in the first place? Philosophy, which Buddhism is primary about, is too ambiguous and limitless within it's motions, meaning, philosophy has no set rules to what is right or wrong, negative or positive, nice or not nice, black or white, philosophy has no set boundaries.

We often perceive (judge) that certain people should conduct themselves in certain ways in accordance with our own perceptions. Considering that all perceptions are limited by certain set perspectives, relying on perceptions to give us a true sense of what is right or wrong isn't wise. Simply, don't put to much emphasis on your own perceptions especially in judgment of others, it is often way off the mark.
i have an open mind but your arrogance is obvious just like the monks you want everything for your self s

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 5:54 pm
by planetzarg
the myopia of this thread is of concern.
instead of looking inwards as this is all about and judging from opinions
would it also not be better to look outwards
and stop telling everyone they are wrong because because because.

you know nothing at all about Buddhism. Nothing.
my opinion. its clear that a bit was read on the subject
only enough to phrase an opinion
because the reader was too lazy uneducated and moronic to involve itself
in a true interest
in order to give an educated opinion
more than off the back of a Wikipedia note.
thats all

you can tell a glass of water it is wrong.
dont drink the water.
throw it away
its cursed
evil
bad
why?
because you say so?

where do you stop when you start?
dont play these mind games with people
who have a brain and can think
its embarrassing for you.

i perceive that I breathe
is that offensive to anyone?
my life
which is my own
is not for barter
and i have the right to make my mistakes
as if i want to
i can put my hand into a fire
and get it burnt
more than one time
its my choice
that i was born with
to make a mistake
and choose to learn from that or not
the is the reason we were born with
to breath
and live
you dont judge the right or wrong of that
its a journey
to make
and all have their own speed.

laughing at those who are slower than you
does not improve your speed of journey
it only make you a dick.
with an inferiority complex
because you have lost you way so bad
on your journey.

and would be crying like a baby if you could see who you are

dont call it on
dont
you cant handle the bundle of porridge you see in the mirror.
dont go on to look at others and mess them up as well.
its just you using a diversion tactic
in place of seeing your own self on your path now.

dont call it on.

go watch Constantine the movie and think on the ideas around that.
you could do a lot worse.

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 5:58 pm
by cheeneka
Mystervu.
Your inner voice is getting louder. Trust it.
You are stronger.
I am not anything. I am just words you read.
LOve Cheeneka x

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:22 pm
by mystervu
planetzarg wrote:
Sun Jan 06, 2019 5:54 pm
the myopia of this thread is of concern.
instead of looking inwards as this is all about and judging from opinions
would it also not be better to look outwards
and stop telling everyone they are wrong because because because.

you know nothing at all about Buddhism. Nothing.
my opinion. its clear that a bit was read on the subject
only enough to phrase an opinion
because the reader was too lazy uneducated and moronic to involve itself
in a true interest
in order to give an educated opinion
more than off the back of a Wikipedia note.
thats all

you can tell a glass of water it is wrong.
dont drink the water.
throw it away
its cursed
evil
bad
why?
because you say so?

where do you stop when you start?
dont play these mind games with people
who have a brain and can think
its embarrassing for you.

i perceive that I breathe
is that offensive to anyone?
my life
which is my own
is not for barter
and i have the right to make my mistakes
as if i want to
i can put my hand into a fire
and get it burnt
more than one time
its my choice
that i was born with
to make a mistake
and choose to learn from that or not
the is the reason we were born with
to breath
and live
you dont judge the right or wrong of that
its a journey
to make
and all have their own speed.

laughing at those who are slower than you
does not improve your speed of journey
it only make you a dick.
with an inferiority complex
because you have lost you way so bad
on your journey.

and would be crying like a baby if you could see who you are

dont call it on
dont
you cant handle the bundle of porridge you see in the mirror.
dont go on to look at others and mess them up as well.
its just you using a diversion tactic
in place of seeing your own self on your path now.

dont call it on.

go watch Constantine the movie and think on the ideas around that.
you could do a lot worse.
I dont need to know anything about Buddhism because i am what i am and i accept that

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 7:12 pm
by planetzarg
when a storm comes
for you or for who?

for me there are no storms
life is one storm
and my life is mine
my storm
when i ask for my storm to come
it comes because I say
because i choose
it comes on my terms
and there
it will end
in the mess at my feet.

there came by to view
an energy that was intercessional
it had taken some long tome for the engineering of the vibrations
to be tuned by the dusters
and so there was one who stood
viewing
only.

i still have its spiritual nose
for it is all but gone to the memory
not the past
only a memory
shared by a few
its nose has the spiritual weight of silver
and i toy with it
for you cleansed it
it was your vibration that removed its meaning
and it plays now in my hands
i will drop it somewhere
when i am distracted by other passing events
into some darkness
some hole in the ground
some vacuum of nothingness
when i have learned from it all i feel is there to learn.

was that the coming storm you meant to remind me of?
or was it the one i saw at your door
twisting a screaming foam on a window
so its all that can be heard.

or was that just a looksee?

but its too late now.
the vibrations are all changed and gone
a million frequencies all fluctuating
all the time
and only one key
in any moment.
the moment is the key
and when it comes
it has already passed
before it can be accessed
so they only see what has been
and are never here
but always there
one Plank moment gone
not quite but always locked in
and lost in the coding
lost in the frequencies
just lost

storms come and go
and those i see
are those i welcome
and allow
like standing in the falling snow blizzard
i enjoy it
very very slowly

pressure
is that holding of the singularity
pressure

force
the pressure is always equal to the temperature and energy x energy cubed.
P=TE(E3)

this is what was before the big bang
and measured after

along and fie the diddle do
to jack and say the fiddle so
and spin a vortex shining go

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 7:29 pm
by cheeneka
I am not anything. Just words you read! Look within.
You are stronger!
LOve Cheeneka x

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:57 am
by mystervu
I do not need words for I am my beginning and ending and are one with the universe

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 7:12 pm
by cheeneka
Who is I am in the universe? The universe is everything Animal. Plant. Human and spirit. Plus the unknown!
LOve Cheeneka x

Re: Buddhist Teacher

Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 7:23 am
by mystervu
cheeneka wrote:
Mon Jan 07, 2019 7:12 pm
Who is I am in the universe? The universe is everything Animal. Plant. Human and spirit. Plus the unknown!
LOve Cheeneka x
That's true
You are apart of that universe as we all are it will grant all your desires dreams and hopes to be one with everything you are not alone