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« on: May 11, 2015, 04:05:42 pm »
I believe, that there are enlightened masters, who can hear us and help us from a higher dimension. Praying is helpful. I believe, that they can lead us through oracles. I work since many years with oracles. It is helpful for me. It gives me good inspirations. I created two oracles. They train you to develope positive qualities. What do they say to you?  To work with oracles is a special Mahayana way. It is practised especially in the tibetan Buddhism. In China they have the I Ging. In Europe the Tarot.

https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Buddha_oracle

https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Amitabha_oracle

https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/I_Ching_oracle

https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Happiness/A_Psychological_Interpretation_of_the_Tarot
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« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2015, 12:16:13 am »
Today's message from the Buddha oracle:

14. Bring joy into your life today. What do you need to go your spiritual way positively? Go with the pleasure principle through the day. Follow your spontaneous needs. What do you need now? What do you want now? "My way of happiness is today ...(living in accordance with the pleasure principle)."

The God of Happiness Ganesha

Ganesha is a thick Yogi (Buddha) with an elephant head (wisdom and power). He has a big belly. He concentrates his energy in his belly. This happens because he is living at rest (doing nothing, pure existence in nirvana), in the all-embracing love and with the pleasure principle. He works for the happiness of all beings, but he does it out of the pleasure principle. He feels every day exactly what is good for him and for his fellow people. He does not work too much und not too less. He gives himself every day the outer pleasure that he needs for his inner balance.

Ganesha wears on his head the crown of wisdom. In his hands he holds the axe of spiritual self-discipline, a rope to be always connected with his spiritual goal, and a bowl of sweets. With his right hand he blesses us with inner happiness. Ganesha sits on a lotus flower. He is well grounded. He lives in a cosmic consciousness. He remains, even in difficult situations, in inner peace, because he flows intelligent with the life. With the five qualities of wisdom, peace, love, strength and joy he is a Master of the connection of life with spirituality.

Some years ago the little Yogi Nils felt bad. In order to gain his balance again, he ate lots of sweets. His spirit brightened more and more. Unfortunately, after some time his abdomen was completely full. And yet his mind was not totally happy. Our little Yogi visualized the sweets in his belly and through this his kundalini energy awakened. Within him arose a strong happiness energy, which quickly brought him into the light. Our Yogi learned from it, to connect external pleasure and spiritual exercises. Then you don´t need to eat so many sweets. Some external pleasure is enough for the path of inner happiness.
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Re: Oracle
« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2015, 03:10:07 am »
I want some of those sweets
give me that
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« Reply #3 on: May 13, 2015, 01:57:30 am »
Today's message from the Buddha oracle:

62. Recognize your world as a paradise. What thought will help you to get into a paradise of view? Anchor your mind in the essentials. The essence of life is the way of inner happiness. Come to rest. Think about life. What is the deeper meaning of life? What are your main goals in life? What is your way to get contentment, inner peace, happiness and all-embracing love? How do you have to live to feel that your life is blessed? Create the happiness in yourself and then give it to all people around you. This is the holy secret of a happy life. Live healthy, happy and in love to all beings. Plan your life well, get your task in your life and live out of the principles of happiness and love "I recognize my world as a paradise because ... (I live in the essentials. It is all there what I need. My world is wonderful.)"
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« Reply #4 on: May 14, 2015, 01:31:20 am »
54. Forward on the narrow ridge of correctness. Go with a lot of inner feeling through the day. Live on the fine line between doing too much and doing too little. Avoid the excessive activity and avoid the inertia. Not use up your energy. Go slow. Do a lot of breaks. Walk like a relaxed Buddha through the day. Stop to act immediately if you notice that you loose your energy. Stop acting if restlessness arises, if you are no longer in peace, if you feel that you have worked enough. Then take a break. Meditate, practice yoga, go for a walk or just relax in lying down or sitting. Feel exactly how long the break should be. When are you fully recovered again? When in you arises the desire for activity? Then become activ again. Feel exactly the whole day when it's time for a break and when it's time for an activity. Feel how intense your outer actions have to be. Success.
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The way of action without action

Laozi lived in the sixth century BC in China. His biggest fear was to act too much. Who is doing too much, loses his inner happiness. He loses his inner energy in outward actions. Over the years, he shrinks into his life energy. This is the path from the inner happiness to the inner unhappiness. Almost all people in the western world live like this. They work too much, think too much and talk too much. They live too little in rest. In ancient China, people were just as unwise. Also Laozi. He was the head of the imperial library. He lived only for his career. He got exhausted in doing senseless external things. Unlike most other people he realized what was happening. As head of the imperial library, he had read the writings of the old Chinese sage. All sages advise to live a life of peace and happiness. They warn of a life of over-activity.

Laozi realized that he was doing exactly what he should not do as a person of wisdom. He was so shocked by his own unwisdom, that he radically changed his life. He got the motto: "The wise man lives in inner fulness and not in outward illusion." He gave up his career and became a hermit. He wrote a book called "Tao Te Ching" in which he taught the great philosphy of wu wei. What does "wu wei" mean? Simply put, it's the principle of the relaxed way of life. Man lives in the balance of activity and relaxation. He lives in his internal equilibrium. On a deeper level, wu wei is the most important way to enlightenment. One acts outwardly so little that the energy turns inwardly and dissolves the tensions. By a lot of rest people heal by themselves. Rest is the main road of healing for inner tensions.

Too much rest leads to inertia. Then the internal energy dries up and healing does not occur. The big mystery is the exactly right amount of rest and activity. The exact boundary between too much doing and doing too little is a fine line you can only find individually with a lot of wisdom and intuition. To live on this thin line is the optimal path of spiritual growth. Then you do only a few hours your spiritual exercises and most of the time your body resolves his tensions by his own. Enlightenment happens mainly by itself. This path is difficult to walk. People want to follow their favorite neurotic tendencies. Most people tend to be either too slow or too active. They are either lazybones or workaholics. The wise man must fight against both tendencies. The optimal way of spiritual growth is a constant hard work against ones own neurotic tendencies. To resolve tensions often means to resolve internal resistant. The best way to enlightenment is a personal daily schedule with an optimal balance of rest and activity. And one has to keep closely to it. And sometimes a little pleasure principle is allowed.
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Re: Oracle
« Reply #5 on: May 15, 2015, 02:44:37 am »
15. It is good to remember regularly his positive goals and to affirm them by an vow. So we get willpower. We acquire endurance on the spiritual path. Step by step we become a Buddha. We realize a life in the light. We always stay on our path of wisdom, health and self-realization. What do you want to promise yourself today? Formulate your personal vow, "My vow is ... (I go the way of wisdom, love and happiness. I achieve my goals. I have endurance. I live as a winner.)"

Bodhidharma  :huffy:

Bodhidharma is the founder of Zen Buddhism. In the sixth century he brought the Buddhism from India to China. There were already some Buddhists in China. But they dealt mainly with the theory. They regularly read their holy books, and then predominantly lived a secular life. Bodhidharma explained to them that it is not enough to talk about Buddhism, but only the consistent practice leads to enlightenment. Zen means to meditate consistently. It means rigorous spiritual practice. Then you get to spiritual progress. Bodhidharmas clarity convinced the people. Zen Buddhism spread first in China, then Japan, Korea and today in the West.

All Zen Buddhists vow every day, morning and evening: "There are masses of creatures, I vow to save them all. Anxiety and hate, delusive-desires inexhaustible, I vow to break them all. Dharma gates beyond measure, I vow to learn them all. Buddha Way, nothing higher, I vow to accomplish it."
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« Reply #6 on: May 16, 2015, 02:14:54 am »
Take the path of inner happiness and all-encompassing love. Become a Goddess of light. Go forward with self- trust. Success.

Goddess Yoga   :namaste::buddha: :pray:

With goddess yoga, we can quickly come to a life of strength, relaxed mindset, wisdom and love. It is important to maintain contact with the self. We should never just go through the motions. We should use mental pictures and mantras. We should be creative and playful and find our own form of deity yoga.

1. Goddess of Strength = Turn yourself into a goddess of strength. Whatever you take on, you achieve. Yo are a winner. Raise your fists high, shake them, and think the word strength until you feel the Goddess of strength within you.

2. Goddess of Calmness = Sacrifice your ego. Put your hands in your lap. Rub your feet in circles to the right and to the left over the earth and visualize the earth under you and think: ”I let og of my false wishes. I accept suffering in my life. I flow positively with life.“ What do you need to let go of or accept today?

3.The Goddess of Wisdom = What is your thought of wisdom today? Stretch out your pointer finger next to your head and think: “My way of wisdom is… Unwisdom is…”

4. Goddess of Fulfillment = Recognize yourself as a goddess of abundance. Rub your hands in circles on your belly and think the mantra: “The abundance in my life is... I am thankful for…”

5. Goddess of Love = See yourself as a mother to all beings. Consider all of the beings on earth your children. Identify with them. Wish them happiness. You are now a Goddess with giving hands. Bring your hands next to the pelvis, open them in front of you, move them back and forth, visualize all of the beings on earth and send them light: “I send light to all. May all beings on earth be happy.”

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« Reply #7 on: May 18, 2015, 01:40:12 am »
 

Live essentially. Live your contacts to other people out of the light (truth, peace, love). Find your point of enough in external things and concentrate on the road to inner happiness. Keep your worldly desires rather small than large. 90 % of the happiness of a person comes out of the psyche, from inside and not from outside. Get a happy psyche. Develope your inner happiness. Seek your main happiness in yourself and not in other person (men, women). Success!

The relationship addict

Ischi Dasi was a follower of Buddha. Her name means relationship addiction. Ischi Dasi was a beautiful young woman. First she married a rich, intelligent and handsome young man, but they quarreled a lot and separated after some time. Next, she found a man who possessed more intrinsic values​​. But after a while she got bored. Third Ischi Dasi moved together with a poor but very spiritual man. However, also this relationship was not successful. Everyone wanted to be the master and none to be the student. Everbody wanted to have and no one wanted to give. The path to happiness goes the other way around.

Who has not the happiness in his own, never finds it at the long term in other people and in relationships. One day Ischi Dasi met a Buddhist nun who was very happy with her single life. Ischi Dasi decided to become a nun. She practiced single-minded and after a few years she got into the light. Then she realized that enlightenment is the best way of happiness.
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« Reply #8 on: May 19, 2015, 02:10:20 am »


After the crisis. A difficult phase is completed. Recover yourself. Build up your positive energy again. You have won a great victory. Go positively into your future. Forward with optimism.

Buddha Meditation

The fastest way into light is to visualize oneself as an enlightened being (Buddha, Yogi, Goddess) (deity yoga).

Buddha = We visualize in the sky above our crown chakra our happiness model (Buddha, a Goddess, ourselves enlightened). We rub our palms over our head and think, "Om Buddha. Om all enlightened Masters. Om inner wisdom. Please guide and help me on my way." We think the mantra until our crown chakra opens and the energy from the sky flows down to us and fills our body with happiness.

Light = We move a hand in blessing before the heart chakra and think: "I send light to (name). May all people be happy. May the world be happy." We feel really connected with all beings in the world.

Cosmos = We visualize the cosmos with all stars around us. We put our hands in the lap, circle with the thumbs, move the toes and think: "I live in a cosmic consiousness. I take all things the way they are. I flow positive with my life."

Mantra = All movements come to rest. The back is straight and the belly is relaxed. We think and visualize the numbers from 1 to 20 in our head, thorax, abdomen, legs, feet and in the earth. We think and visualize the numbers in the entire universe around us.

Stop = We stop a minute all thoughts completely. When thoughts arise, we push them away.

Relax = We relax. The thoughts and feelings may come and go as they want. Our body and our mind clean themselves by their own. We just watch our internal affairs and remain in the meditation. At this stage of meditation, there are two big mistakes. The first mistake is that we meditate too strong. Then no thoughts appear and no inner tensions resolves. The second error is to force thinking. We solve our problems or fall into daydreams. The proper way is just to be a passive observer of our own emotions and thoughts. We do not control things. We only watch everything that emerges from our inner self. We stay in a state of inner silence, everything dissolve by itself and suddenly we're happy.

Keep = Keep your inner happiness. Make the right spiritual exercises at the right moment. Bring the light of peace, love and happiness in the world. Forward with wisdom, love and inner peace.
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« Reply #9 on: May 20, 2015, 01:51:30 am »


Look for an inspiring role model for your spiritual way. It doesn’t matter which you chose. It is important that the role model symbolizes enlightenment energy for you. Connect with your role model through meditation, a text (oracle), or through a mantra. Imagine a big sun in front of your crown chakra. In that sun, a Buddha sits. The Buddha is you. The Buddha sees the suffering of the earth and sends light to all beings. Move your hand in a blessing and think: “I send light to... May all people be happy. May the world happy”. Succeed on your spiritual way. Forward.


"Kyoshin broke off his priest carrier, made a pilgrimage through Japan, stopped somewhere, married, worked and concentrated on his spiritual way. He was anchored in the essence and was otherwise open with life. He flowed with things the way they developed. On the outside he lived simply, and on the inside he was concentrated on paradise. He spoke the Amitabha prayer as if nothing else existed" (Buddhism krass, page 163).

Comment = Kyoshin connected the material life with the spiritual way. He lived in the world, but on the inside in solitude, so he could preserve his energy. He didn’t lose himself in worldly enjoyment. He lived everything and didn’t get attached to anything. Normally worldly life leads to the loss of inner happiness energy. We use ourselves up in works stress. We lose ourselves to worldly attachments and addictions. We forget to practice spiritually and thus lose our true selves. We don’t live in light during life, and thus don’t come to light after death.

How can it succeed to come to enlightenment while living in the world? Buddha said that is hardly possible. For that reason he retreated from the worldly life and became a hermit. However, we can also grow spiritually with a life out in the world. We need to live so that we preserve our spiritual energy. A simple, modest life with a lot of peace and quiet has its advantages. Kyoshin lived as a simple farmer. He repeated his mantra and kept his mind on light. He rejected nothing and became attached to nothing. He used all the occurances of his life as opportunities to grow. He let go of his ego while suffering and practiced a balanced mentality. He enjoyed life, without losing himself in it. He stayed anchored in life.

He let Buddha Amitabha lead him on his way and so reached enlightenment. He lived daily in connection with Buddha (the enlightened masters, the enlightened consciousness) and heard the voice of his inner wisdom through which Buddha Amitabha lead him. So he could be transformed through the wisdom and energy of Buddha Amitabha. That is the secret of the way of prayer. We don’t need to be hermits. With the power of Buddha Amitabha (the enlightened masters, God) we can also lead a life in the world and come to enlightenment.
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« Reply #10 on: May 21, 2015, 03:33:59 am »


Plan your life like a winner. Live as a winner. What is your goal? What is your way to reach the goal? Move forward. Success.

Western Amitabha Buddhism

There are many different spiritual paths. The Amitabha Buddhism is a way of Mahayana. We strive toward enlightenment. We take the path of all-encompassing love. We practice techniques that do us good personally. We let Buddha Amitabha (our inner voice of wisdom) lead us and help us. Everyone can be saved. Everyone can reach enlightenment. But techniques and methods vary. Basically the best way is to pray daily to an enlightened Master (Buddha Amitabha), to do a spiritual practice (yoga, meditation, reading), and to live in all-encompassing love (to do god deeds). Through this method, optimal spiritual growth can take place.

How do we practice western Amitabha Buddhism? Non-dogmatically. You sense what does you good and what brings you forward spiritually. At best you live according to a daily plan with spiritual exercises. The intervals of the exercises should be such that you spend the day in peace, happiness and love. One starts with a call to Buddha Amitabha in the morning and all of the enlightened masters (Buddhas and Bodhisattvas). One asks for guidance and help. Then you orient yourself based on the voice of inner wisdom and go with feeling for what is right at the right moment. You pay attention to feelings and thoughts. You think positive, act positive, and have a positive feeling as a result. In the evening you pray to Buddha Amitabha before falling asleep so that one day you wake up in paradise.

We don’t know if the Buddha Amitabha existed historically. There are three possibilities. We can believe in his existence, or we can see ourselves as Buddhas of light, or we can rely on enlightened masters who have been proven to exist. We can go by the line of Amitabha masters. (Buddha, Nagarjuna, Vasubandhu, T'an-luan, Tao-ch'o, Shan-tao, Genshin, Honen, Shinran). For me, all of the enlightened masters of love are Buddha Amitabha altogether. They all comprise him.

I pray to the enlightened masters who I think have the highest spiritual abilities (omni-presence, all-knowningness, all-powerfulness). That is for example Jesus Christ, Buddha, Nagarjuna, Shan-tao, Honen, the Dalai Lama, Sathya Sai Baba, Anandamayi Ma, Amritanandamayi and Mother Meera. I have experienced a lot of miracles and energy transfers from my masters. In this way, I practice the unity of all religions.
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Re: Oracle
« Reply #11 on: May 21, 2015, 03:42:16 am »
I believe, that there are enlightened masters, who can hear us and help us from a higher dimension. Praying is helpful. I believe, that they can lead us through oracles.

No body leads you anywhere. You might listen if wise speak, discern it, and follow it or not. There are no such as oracles for the way to liberation. Don't wast you time Mr. Nils Horn. And prayings in a means or "please help" is nonsense as well.
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« Reply #12 on: May 21, 2015, 11:53:16 pm »
Concentrate on your positive goal. Those who want to reach large goals have to sacrifice for it. They have to give up something and live with self-discipline. “My goals are… My way is… My sacrifice is…” Proceed with strength. Success.



Temple Meditation

All thoughts slowly come to rest. We feel the peace within us. We relax. We see the picture of a beautiful island with our inner eyes. It is surrounded by a beautiful sea. The water splashes gently against the sand. In the middle of the island there is a mountain. It has great, spicy smelling vines growing on it. At the top of the mountain there is a temple. It is the temple of your inner wisdom. You take the path from the beach to the temple. How does the temple look? You walk through the door. Inside, the temple is dark and very calm. In the middle there is a lotus throne with the Buddha Amitabha. It is the embodiment of your inner wisdom. You can now ask the Buddha Amitabha a question.

Ask your question. Meditate on the question until you see the path clearly. Listen to your answer. Find your way of victory. What does your inner wisdom say? Think about your life. Which experiences have you had in your life? How is your situation at the moment? How do you imagine your future? What is your goal? What it is your plan? What is your way to live a wise life? Think about your goals, your mission and your way. What does Amitabha say? Let the answer come to you. Formulate a positive sentence. Think the answer as a mantra repeatedly.

Stop all of your thoughts for a minute. Stay in the meditation for a few minutes. Thoughts and feelings can come and go as they wish. Perhaps you would like to contemplate something further? Maybe a good thought comes to you. Come out of the meditation when the time is right. Stick to your path of truth and wisdom. Go into your future with optimism. Success.
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« Reply #13 on: May 22, 2015, 12:04:41 am »
I believe, that there are enlightened masters, who can hear us and help us from a higher dimension. Praying is helpful. I believe, that they can lead us through oracles.

No body leads you anywhere. You might listen if wise speak, discern it, and follow it or not. There are no such as oracles for the way to liberation. Don't wast you time Mr. Nils Horn. And prayings in a means or "please help" is nonsense as well.
Just because you had asked about this, this was sad.
Thank you for your comment. This is your opinion. I have another opinion. Oracles are very helpful on the spiritual way for me and many other people. Most people of the world work with praying. Buddha did meditation with his body and got enlightenment. In Yoga you awaken through body exercises the kundalini and come to enlightenment. The body is a helpful instrument. There are many spiritual ways.
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« Reply #14 on: May 22, 2015, 12:22:41 am »
Mr. Nils Horn, its not good to say "Thank you" if it is not meant. How told you that it is my opinion? How told you that not the oracle is telling you that?

What helps people? Drugs help them most, or? Or a new t-shirt.

From Buddhas view, there is only one way to get awaken. And such as oracle can not be found. Of cause, most people just pray, of cause. If they knew they would not.

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