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The treasure of ressurection and perfection
« on: April 02, 2017, 04:48:23 am »
Vishnu's incarnation was the inclination to defining the declining, by the universe who arose,
his eye's the first to prose,
the neglegant status quo as consciousness were his field of desiring form,
primordial perception predicted deception,
by ignorance and greed, arrogance starts to breed.
A celestial statement to dissolve the ego-claimaint,
Brahma awoke, hearing this provoke, commanded to devote,
his eternal abode to constructing and decode the Buddha-field code.

The fabrications of being, enlightened by feeling,
becoming relieving, by understanding and realizing,
the sun as the only perception, worthy of conception.
As evolution from causes and conditions, the only persintence
in natural perfection is merging with the star, where
every being ever, have attained the immortal,
by this truth alone: Dwelling in sunlight,
knowing any other reality as a false duality,
the illumination that humanity is a hologram persuasion.
Then the ego finally dissolves, delighting in Satya Loka,
the highest celestial plane, with the outmost spiritual ecstasy to gain.
Never was Brahma born, never had Brahma died, therefore no becoming, and billions of Buddhas arising, to walk the plane known as Satya Yuga, forever and never in vain.
Thus reality have ever been cured from pain.

Heaven upon Earth, paramatma nirvana.

Sincerely, The Messenger.
« Last Edit: April 03, 2017, 08:03:01 am by Solodris »

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Re: The treasure of ressurection and perfection
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2017, 03:06:56 pm »
Thanks for sharing this, Solodris.   :hug:
« Last Edit: April 02, 2017, 03:10:02 pm by Ron-the-Elder »
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-Dhammpada, 19, translated by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.


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