Seeing Worlds Through Divine Eye, Zen Mind-To-Mind Transmission and Corruption in Buddhism

The video above was made whilst I was in a forest Buddhist monastery in Thailand. I discussed three topics: the corruption in Buddhism, seeing worlds through the divine eye, as well as the mind-to-mind transmission that happened whilst I was in another Buddhist monastery.

Firstly, about the corruption in Buddhism. Blavatsky in her Isis Vol. 2 rightly mentioned that Buddhism became corrupted with Brahmanism. Brahmanism also corrupted the original religion of India.

(Brahmanism is a way of calling a corrupted Hindu faith. It became corrupted through evil priests who introduced many useless rituals and extracted much money from the religious folk.)

Buddha came to re-establish the way. He wasn’t the first one to have found it, but only the first in our period of human evolution, as Buddhist texts say. He came to cleanse Hinduism from all useless pompous traditions and money-grabbing priests. Read more…

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How to Dream Consciously – an Easy Technique I Discovered

There are many ways to lucid dream. A common conscious dreaming technique is to continue asking yourself whether you are awake, in the hope that in the future you will ask yourself the same question whilst you’re asleep.

I’ve discovered a technique that requires no such repetition.

All one needs to do is to stay mindful in the waking hours, and this with time will carry over into your dream life.

This technique, unlike other lucid dreaming methods, benefits you in more ways than one. That’s because being mindful helps you to spiritually progress as well, but about that a little later.Read more…

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Meditation in a Buddhist Monastery – Becoming a Trinity – Meeting Spiritual Masters

(The content of the video is different from the information in the article. Both supplement each other.)

It would take a whole book to write about my experiences in the two Thai Buddhist monasteries I’ve visited so far. However, I will try to keep this post quite short and include only most important happenings.

As I’ve mentioned in my previous articles, meditating for so many hours a day (currently for twelve hours) sharpened and developed my mind.

I developed new spiritual abilities, but since telling about them is like throwing pearls, like Jesus said, I will be quiet about most of them. I told, however, about one new development to do with hearing psychic conversations in a previous post already.Read more…

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Obvious NWO Conditioning That Few See

As I was doing walking meditation after sungazing in a monastery temple, I stopped when I reached its door to turn around and do another round of walking. But before turning, my sight was caught by an exquisite carving on the temple door.

The wood carving depicted a scene from the life of Buddha. It was so well done that it looked like a frozen real-life event. What caught my attention in the scene were the kneeling people around Buddha who sat under the Bodhi tree. Then my mind straight away recalled a similar scene depiction of figurines of men kneeling before the Buddha statue at the other end of the temple.

This made me think about how many timesRead more…

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