With Love and In Love,
Helena Petrovna BlavatskyAdv wrote:SuiG,
Have you read the book ? If so, I'd be interested in your perspective on it.
Nebula wrote:SuiGeneris wrote:He smiled back and asked me: "Do you have questions?" I told him: "Yes, many!" and then he started answering all my questions.
SuiG, I would love to meet and conversate with a shaman one of these days and Ask Many Questions :)
Hi dear Spregovori, yes, it is true that if you look at the world and its current state of affairs, it might seem very hard to implement any of the points Jiddu gave; mostly because the Matrix is designed to keep you encased in a box, unaware of your true potential.Spregovori wrote:Interesting videos, useful content and i was just 1 year old when this was tapped....and even at that time he saw things going down the drain.... A lot of good points were made...hard to implement all of them...
Smart kids...most of the kids are...but TV and dumb down parents tend to neglect them...
Hi Welcome Raven!!:Raven wrote:Sui, this is absolutley facinating. I haven't finished watching all of the krishnamurti videos yet, but I was impressed by how he acted with the children. He truely tapped into their genius and allowed them to figure things out for themselves, so POWERFUL. Thank you for sharing this. Love, Raven
malletzky wrote:SuiGeneris wrote:
The Krishnamurti videos I shared were just to show the lifepath of the teacher, but I did feel it kinda said he was against theosophy and that is not how i see it. He wasn't against anything at all. Could never be. By the time Jiddu was supposed to take his stance as the "leader" of the Society, he had realized there was a "force" turning it into yet another religion...and this he just wasn't going to tolerate.
Having said that, he never said their philosophy was utterly wrong or was misleading, he simply saw it as yet another piece of a grand puzzle in his overall vision of Oneness. Did he believe in "Ascended Masters" or saints or ghosts or Et's? Considering he actually may have been taken to the US to try to communicate with one in real life...I dare say yes...only because after having examined his life, I found out he had a very profound Gnosis Event where he saw "The face of God" after which he was never the same. After that happens to you, there is no room for "believing" anymore....You KNOW!!
I could give you my perspective yes of course, if you ask me a specific question. An overall thesis on these two volumes is very difficult to say the least.
With much Love and in Love, [/size]
Hi, to you Sui...and to all other contributors on this thread and thank you so much for your time and efforts.
I'm injoying the brilliant postings here and I'm amazed to find out that yes, my learning curve is yet just scratching the surface of the wholeness. And this makes so much fun
btw Sui...would you please elaborate short about the event in Krishnamurti's life which you mentioned in one of your posts above (red & bold letters in the quoute above) ? Many, many thanks in advance...
Hi Malletzky!! Sure!! First let me give you some background...malletzky wrote:
btw Sui...would you please elaborate short about the event in Krishnamurti's life which you mentioned in one of your posts above (red & bold letters in the quoute above)? Many, many thanks in advance...
Hi Raven!! I'm glad you liked them!Raven wrote:SuiG, I watched the introduction to Krishnamurtis life all 10 of them. What a great teacher he is. I learned a great many things in the 60 mins I watched and I am humbled by his simple honesty and directness with life. Thank you for taking the time to post them here and share with us. I know doing this takes a lot of personal time of yours, I am grateful that you do this for us so un-selflessly.
Loving you always, Raven
malletzky wrote:Sui, thank you for your reply about Krishnamurti. I guess, that expirience must have been a kind of "connecting" with the source.
No wonder that after this event which he called "mystical union" (I just found out this has happened in 1922) and especially after the sudden death of his brother in 1925 his faith in the leaders of the Theosophical Society was shooked. He didn't quite rejected the theosopical teachings, but he started with radical critic of all religious communities.
He rejected all authority in matters of faith and declared that only the individual wears the key to liberation in him/herself and no other could give him the key.
And exactly this is how I see the process of unification. No authorities, no hieratic and inflexible rules, but just me...the creator...and no one in between. Oh, this makes so much sense...
I'm so glad I discovered Krishnamurti and I will take some time now to study his life and his work. I know now, it will be a great journey in the next weeks.
Sui, thank you so much again for this.
with much love and respect