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Liepos pilnatį švenčiama visų budų diena - Guru Purnima.

KAI KURIE BUDOS IR JŲ KELIAI visų budų dieną

Buda - lašas tapęs vandenynu, individas tapęs Kosmosu. Anapus Krišnos, Mahometo, Jėzaus, asmeniškumų ir dievų.




    Sadhguru

    (g.1957 m.)

    Intensity brings focus. Tension brings distraction. When you are intense but everything within you runs cool, easy, and smooth, this life that you are can be put to best use, both for yourself and for everyone. And that is what really matters in life.

  



Ošo

(1931-1990 m.)

„Kai einate anapus giliausio miego ir vis dar esate sąmoningas, tas sąmoningumas yra meditacija.“ Ošo

Religingumo pamatą, meditaciją - ėjimą anapus giliausio miego ir religijos viršūnę, prašvitimą – ėjimą anapus giliausios mirties - Ošo išvalė nuo tikėjimų, ritualų ir asmeniškumų ir padėjo pamatus gyvenimo, mokslo ir religijos vienovei.




    H.W.L. Poonja (Papaji)

    (1910-1997 m.)

    Everyone is free to open their eyes. Shutdown your eyes now, and you won't see. Aren't you free to open your eyes? Most people don't open their eyes, and they don't see. It is your free will to open your eyes now.

    Myself, emptiness, consciousness - same thing. You can't step out of it. It's always there.




Jiddu Krishnamurti

(1895-1986 m.)

Meditation is the seeing of what is and going beyond it.

Meditation is not concentration, which is exclusion, a cutting off, a resistance and so a conflict. A meditative mind can concentrate, which then is not a exclusion, a resistance, but a concentrated mind cannot meditate.

It is truth that frees, not your effort to be free.





    Bhuribai

    (XIX a. pab.-~1980)

    Silence - the means, silence - the end, in silence, silence permeates.
    Silence, the knowing of all knowing: understand it, you become silence.







Meher Baba

(1894-1969 m.)

Live more and more in the Present, which is ever beautiful and stretches away beyond the limits of the past and the future.




    Ramana Maharishi

    (1879-1950 m.)

    Samadhi is one's true nature.

    Nirvana is the Perfect State. There is neither seeing, hearing, nor experiencing in it. There is nothing but the pure “I am” awareness.

    The state we call realization is simply being oneself, not knowing anything or becoming anything. If one has realized, he is That which alone is, and which alone has always been. He cannot describe that state. He can only be That.




G.I.Gurdjieff

(1866-1949 m.)

Remember your self always and everywhere.

Take the "wisdom" of the East and the '"energy" of the West and then seek.

In right knowledge the study of man must proceed on parallel lines with the study of the world, and the study of the world must run parallel with the study of man.




    Hazrat Babajan

    (~1806 -1931 m.)

    Sufijų mistikė-fakyrė, inicijavusi Meher Babą Punos mieste.

    “It is time . . . time for me to leave now. The work is over … I must close the shop. Nobody, nobody here wants my wares. Nobody can afford the price. I have turned my goods over to the Proprietor”.

 

  



Otagaki Rengetsu

(1791-1875 m.)

 

Prašvitusi zen vienuolė, žinoma japonų poetė, menininkė.

“Thanks to their kindness in refusing me lodging,
I found myself beneath the blossoms
On the night of this misty moon.“

 




    Sahajo

    (XVIII a.)

    I may abandon God, but I can never forget my Master.
    I do not see God as an equal of Master.
    God made me take a birth in this world.
    But Master saved me from the cycle of births and deaths.

 




Myra (Mirabai)

(1498-1547 m.)

Prašvitusi mistikė

In a sudden,

The sight,

Your look of light,

Stills all,

The curd-pot

Falls to the ground.

Parents and brothers

All call a halt.

    

Prise out, they say,

This thing from your heart.

You've lost your path.

Says Meera:

Who but you

Can see in the dark

Of a heart?




Lalla Ded

(XIV a.)

Sufijų mistikė iš Kašmyro

"The soul. Like the moon,
Is now, and always new again.
My teacher told me one thing,
Live in the soul.
 
When that was so,
I began to go naked,
And dance.”



Mewlana Jalal ad-Din Rumi

(1207-1273 m.)

Come, come, whoever you are,
Wanderer, idolater, worshiper of fire,
Come even though you have broken your vows a thousand times,
Come, and come yet again.
Ours is not a caravan of despair.



Milarepa

(1052-1135 m.)

The sentient beings are Samsara.
All are Buddhas in Nirvana.
In nature all are equal.
This is Bardo view!

 

 When the wisdom shines its light within,
 I feel as awakened from a dream,
 I can free from yes or no ideations.

 

 




Tilopa

(988-1069 m.)

1. Don’t recall. Let go of what has passed.
2. Don’t imagine. Let go of what may come.
3. Don’t think. Let go of what is happening now.
4. Don’t examine. Don’t try and figure anything out.
5. Don’t control. Don’t try and make anything happen.
6. Rest. Relax, right now, and rest.

 

The problem is not enjoyment; the problem is attachment.




Atiša

(980-1054 m.)

You will have to depart leaving everything behind, so do not be attached to anything.

Have no hatred for enemies, and no attachment for friends.

Do not be jealous of others’ good qualities, but out of admiration adopt them yourself.

Do not look for faults in others, but look for faults in yourself, and purge them like bad blood.

If the things you desire do not come it is due to karma created long ago, therefore keep a happy and relaxed mind.

Since all the happiness and suffering of this life arise from previous actions, do not blame others.

 

The best guru is one who attacks your hidden faults.
The best instructions are the ones that target those faults.

 


    Rabia al-Adawiyya

    (717-801 m.)

    Prašvitusi sufijų mistikė. 

    Reality

    In love, nothing exists between heart and heart.

    Speech is born out of longing,

    True description from the real taste.

    The one who tastes, knows;

    The one who explains, lies.

    How can you describe the true form of Something

    In whose presence you are blotted out?

 



  

Saraha

(VIII-IX a.)

...I have visited in my wanderings, shrines and other places of pilgrimage. But I have not seen another shrine blissful like my own body.
 …As objects of desire, mantras and treatises go to destruction… Brahma and Vishnu and all the three worlds return Here to their Source.
 Know the taste of this flavour which consists in absence of knowledge….
 … It is free from conceits, a state of perfect bliss in which existence has its origin….
 Where intellect is destroyed, where mind dies and self-centeredness is lost. Why encumber yourself there with meditation?
 … Look and listen, touch and eat, smell, wander, sit and stand, renounce the vanity of discussion, abandon thought and be not moved from singleness.
 … Abandon thought and thinking and be just as a child. Be devoted to your master’s teaching, and the Innate will become manifest.



  

Bodhidharma

(~450-~550 m.)

Emperor Wu: "How much karmic merit have I earned for ordaining Buddhist monks, building monasteries, having sutras copied, and commissioning Buddha images?"

 Bodhidharma: "None. Good deeds done with worldly intent bring good karma, but no merit."

 Emperor Wu: "So what is the highest meaning of noble truth?"

 Bodhidharma: "There is no noble truth, there is only emptiness."

 Emperor Wu: "Then, who is standing before me?"

 Bodhidharma: "I know not, Your Majesty."



Prajnatara

(~430-~500 m.)

Prajnatara – prašvitusi mistikė, inicijavusi Bodhidharmą ir pavedusi jam keliauti į Kiniją ir ten mokyti budiškumo.

The Buddhist master Punyamitra said to Prajnatara, “Do you remember events of the past?”
Prajnatara said, “I remember in a distant eon I was living in the same place as you. You were expounding great wisdom and I was reciting the most profound scripture. This event today is in conformity with past cause.”


Prajnatara asks Bodhidharma, "What is it that is formless amongst things?"
Bodhidharma says, "Formlessness is unborn."
Prajnatara asks, "What is the highest amongst things?"
Bodhidharma says, "The Actual Nature is the highest."






    Gautama Buda

    (~563-~483 m. pr.m.e.)

    „Būkite sau šviesa.“ Tokie buvo paskutiniai Gautama Budos žodžiai.

    Prieš 2500 metų meditaciją ir prašvitimą – nirvaną Buda atrado ir atnešė žmonėms.

    "No one saves us but ourselves, no one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path but Buddhas clearly show the way."






Pitagoras

(570-495 pr.m.e.)

Dear youths, I warn you cherish peace divine,
And in your hearts lay deep these words of mine.

If there be light, then there is darkness; if cold - heat; if height - depth; if solid - fluid; if hard - soft; if rough - smooth; if calm - tempest; if prosperity - adversity; if life - death.

 


Laozi

(~VI a.~531 m. pr.m.e.)

Without Darkness, there can be no Light.

The usefulness of a pot comes from its emptiness.

When people see some things as beautiful, other things become ugly. When people see some things as good, other things become bad.

When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.

Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.

A good traveller has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.

A journey of a thousand miles starts under one's feet.

The more that laws and regulations are given prominence, the more thieves and robbers there will be.

„Since before time and space were, the Tao is.  It is beyond is and is not.  How do I know this is true? I look inside myself and see”.



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