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Offline lapisluzuli

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Visions of Buddha?
« on: January 31, 2019, 03:58:06 am »
Hello, I am wondering if anyone can help me.
Does anyone know of a statue of a Buddha that exists somewhere in the world where it is sitting on its knees. I believe it is a meditation sitting position like called Vajrasana or Thunderbolt pose. The Buddha is sitting in a kneeling position whilst sitting on its heels, and his hands are placed on its legs. The eyes are closed.

I have been experimenting with the state between conscious awakening and sub-conscious sleep, and it was during this transition that I observed this. I have never seen it before. I was hovering over buildings like I was floating up in the clouds and below me in the city sat this enormous Buddha statue that was possibly several hundred feet high. It was pink, but static and motionless and not moving. Yet I felt it was alive and at any moment it could wake up and look at me. This is not the only 'vision' I have had lately and I am trying to explain it. So I thought if I could identify a statue somewhere in the world that was sitting like this it may help to explain what I saw. I believe similar things have been seen by people doing kundalini meditation.

thank you for your help.

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Re: Visions of Buddha?
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2019, 01:20:14 am »

It was just a dream and we can all have unusual dreams at sometime or another.

My suggestion would be to eat less before going to bed, get a good night's sleep and when you wake up, focus on improving your practice in daily life .

May all beings have happiness and the causes of happiness.
May they all be free from suffering and the causes of suffering.
May they never be deprived of true happiness devoid of any suffering.
May they abide in great impartiality, free from attachment to loved ones and aversion to others.


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