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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2013 8:30 pm    Post subject: You are not awareness, you are never constantly aware. Reply with quote

Do you see what I mean?

There have been those who claimed, "I am aware", claiming something happened to them and now they are aware for the rest of their time being here.

This is not true.

Of what are they supposed to be aware of.

It's a delusion.

It's also a misjudgement.


You are never aware, only when you are. It happens, oh, and now you suddenly became aware of this, and therefore you do that now.

Or do they mean, I am now aware I can become aware of things by the supreme awareness. I do believe in this, the supreme awareness which makes you aware of what is needed to be aware of at moments in time.

Oh, I see, I shouldn't consider 'being aware' as a constant state, like a flatlined state of mind.

I'm getting onto something here. Some people have split awareness. I don't know what you know with that. It's weird actually.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 08, 2013 5:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

 
 
 
the purpose of Enlightenment is the extinction(Nirvana) of the very self (Muga-☯+mushin), which means extinction of delusion/ignorance{the cause of all suffering} , via seeing past the illusion/acquiring knowledge. 

also, based on your avatar pic, I am guessing you follow 'jesus christ', the 'son of god', am I not correct?..¿ 
well, it should be noted that the letter 'j' is non-existent in the hebrew, greek, & latin languages, in the original 1611 kjv bible{king james was a freemason} 'jesus' is actually written 'iesous' which in greek means to 'hail zeus'.. christianity is a major delusion/misinterpretation in itself.... hebrews are also genetically dark-skinned, so the light skinned 'jesus christ' is a complete misrepresentation.... christianity was forced upon indigenous peoples in attempts to reform their customs/Natural Way & Truth of Life.. 

I know, & am aware of this (from direct-experience) because I too in the past considered myself a 'christian', which by the way stems from the word 'cretin' meaning 'mentally retarded person'.. many however are unaware of the facts.... 

also, the story of the actual descendant of the divine is traced back to Siddartha Gautama(Buddha), the founder of Buddhism. 

overall, western society's understanding of 'god' is very delusional.. always focusing on misunderstandings & an external 'supreme being'.... 
I would recommend researching Eastern Philosophy/Spirituality, as they are very well at clairvoyant understandings of the Tao/Dao("Natural Way & Truth of the Universe"). 
btw, the Tao/Dao is literally both internally & extrenally present within everything(the Tao/Dao is the equivalent to western terminology of 'god' :+) ! 

I hope that this post reply helps to Enlighten you + whomever comes across reading it. ~ 
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 9:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Orgone matrix,

I think these ideas do not translate very well? Figuring out who you are and why you are here is not something anyone else can do for you. You need to figure it out for yourself. That's been my experience, anyway. The great adventure.

Glad you're here. Hope the others who have shared their experiences on the forums will help give you encouragement and perspective.

Ruth


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 9:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

oDR4G0NxSL4Y3R,

I'm not comfortable with the way you present this article as a factual view of reality. This is the author's opinion- by the way, who wrote it? You did not credit the author.

This could potentially mislead a newcomer into thinking that this is the view of those on the forums. Are you looking for disciples? Evangelism is not appropriate here.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 9:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

? of course you're not comfortable with my posts/me even being a member of WM.. I did not credit the author because they were most likely directing that post to me, since my other posts + me in general are too 'weird' to comprehend.. I was simply explaining the delusion called 'christianity'.. opinions are also somewhat delusions — not facts.. Perhaps you should lead newcomers into the Right Way(道, Dào), instead of them being deluded.... 
Also, it is hilarious how my entire Life 'older people' have always seemed to misinterpret/fail to comprehend me — not to mention make outright false statements about me, strictly due to their ignorance.. it is somewhat hurtful as well, but w/e.. 
'looking for disciples'?..¿ 'evangelism'?..¿ LOL, I've explained countless times to people similar to the likes of you what 'christianity' truly is/the illusion of 'reality'.. & they always seem to react in a similar, rather angry manner, in total disbelief, again, due to ignorance.... 

now, I ask what is the purpose of Enlightenment?..¿ Exactly..! Extinction(Nirvana, "Perfect Enlightenment") of ignorance, & your very self/ego, called Muga-☯+mushin, allowing for complete oneness with the 道, Dào. Cool 

 
http://or3pt1l14nxk1ll4o.tumblr.com/post/61188985291/re

Apologies if I may appear to come off as rather 'rude/harsh', but I cannot tolerate ignorance.. 
 
 
http://or3pt1l14nxk1ll4o.tumblr.com/post/54585196181/re 

& concerning your rather rude/ignorant comment about me 'preaching to the choir', looking for 'disciples', & 'evangelism', please see: 
http://or3pt1l14nxk1ll4o.tumblr.com/post/61393471940/kahuna-keeper-of- the-secret 
it should be noted that one of the Psychic powers attained by the Buddha is the ability to remember your past lives, see into the future, & live in the present — I've managed to recall my past life as the Legendary Hawaiian King Kamehameha, Kamehameha is Hawaiian for "the Very Lonely One"/"the One Set+Apart" — I have been a 'loner' my entire Life & always wondered why.. with the help/boosting of Orgonite, it was clairvoyantly revealed exactly why.. this is what happens when one is truly aware/awakened. 

PLEASE REMEMBER THAT IT IS ALL LOVE, LIGHT, PEACE, & TRUTH. Sorry I am 'weird'.. but, please see: 
 
 
 
*origin of the word 'weird'* 
http://or3pt1l14nxk1ll4o.tumblr.com/post/54824287775/re 

 
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2013 11:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You know, that's kind of funny. I always thought I'd enjoy sitting down and and shooting the bull with you. Dude, you're not nearly as weird or far out as you like to think you are.

The size of the chip on your shoulder seems to be growing. Please stop attacking and trying to "fix" the other members of the forums. We get to have our opinions, too, and don't need you to tell us what to think or how to feel.

You don't like it much when someone does that to you, do you? Well we don't appreciate it either.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 2:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

My apologies again for any misunderstandings.. There are Positive opinions & negative opinions.. 'christianity' is its own 'conspiracy' that I've learned about first-hand from direct experience.. 
WM has very Positive opinions, most of which are evidently undeniable facts, which is why I decided to join in the first place.. 
I see why Sensei likes to keep topic on Orgonite.. Also, know that I greatly respect all of you on WM, & do not wish in any way to 'attack' this wonderful forum community of open+minded Spiritual intellectuals. Cool
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 3:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

My apologies again for any misunderstandings.. There are Positive opinions & negative opinions.. 'christianity' is its own 'conspiracy' that I've learned about first-hand from direct experience..
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Most of us have had similar revelations with a wide variety of organized religions. Why do you you think we call it "boosting" instead of prayer?

For those who choose to stay in a church, if they are putting their lives and resources on the line to help and to heal and to try to protect what remains, that person is my friend. I don't care what they believe or don't believe. I care that they act.
I am not God- He's reminded me of that a time or two.

"I'm God. You're not. Shut up and get out of My way."

I kid you not. Words are empty compared to the actual experience.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2013 7:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Emptiness and Nothingness 
In the Buddho-Daoist cultivation world there is the phrase, “Enter the gate of emptiness and walk through the door of nothingness.” 

Buddhist’s speak of emptiness (Sanskrit: Śūnyatā) meaning the void, openness, and spaciousness. Daoist’s speak of nothingness (Chinese: xūwú, 虛無) meaning blankness, nonentity, vacancy or vacuum, and also wújí (無極), meaning “without poles,” “boundless,” and “infinite.” It refers to the state of the cosmos before tàijí (太極) when yīn and yáng were generated and the duality was formed; before heaven and earth were created, and before men, with our minds and bodies came to exist. 

This is a state of awareness that requires years or decades in meditation to reach. 

Our sensory organs make us believe that matter is all around us, that we are surrounded by stuff and made of stuff, and that each of these stuffs is intrinsically unique and separate from us.

But on the contrary, most matter is empty and made of the same nothingness, vibrating and shifting like sand. The particles of the letters you are reading right now are vibrating as wavelengths of visible light into your eyes, and the atoms of the air you’re breathing are also vibrating. That thing you’re touching right now, you’re not actually touching it.

This is because atoms are not a solid sphere, they are a vacuum containing a massive amount of pulsating energy, and are 99.99% empty space.

The space between molecules and atoms is vast compared to the size of the particles themselves, like a small black dot in the center of a white piece of paper 10,000 miles in circumference. What you’re actually touching is the electron shell and energy around that particle, but not the particle itself. So you’re touching emptiness.

We and the world around us are empty, but the illusion is that it isn’t.

So imagine stepping into a world where all of a sudden your senses no longer have so much ‘stuff’ to see and there is nothing to fix your eye upon. What would that be like and how would your mind handle it?

It would be like sky diving into the deep end of a formless ether where east, west, north, and south no longer have meaning. Where your senses no longer function as they once did and relativity is gone. 

In Buddhism there is the concept of 6 Sensory Gates (Pali: ajjhattikāni āyatanāni), which includes seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching, and perceiving (the mind), that enter the brain through the sensory organs. These 6 senses trap us in illusion and cause us to suffer.

One of the benefits of meditation and cultivation training is to see beyond the illusion of our sensory awareness: To reach the void. This is a place where the distinction between you and other people are gone. The tàijí becomes the wújí, and you are it. 

The Value of Nothing

Consumerism and distraction based media instill the notion that emptiness or nothingness should be dismissed as irrelevant and without purpose. We generally believe only material things and concrete actions have value. We see blank space, silence, non-action, the immaterial, and subtle as useless, or even go out of our way to avoid its supposed uncomfortableness. We thus want full lives where we do things and have stuff!

However, the Daoist classic the Dào dé jīng (道德經) teaches that a cup without emptiness has no value because it cannot hold water, likewise a room without space has no value because it cannot be entered. An ordinary man sees empty nothingness as something that needs to be filled, but a supernormal man recognizes it is the very nothingness that is valuable.

So in order to appreciate the emptiness and nothingness (our true reality past the sensory illusions), you have to change your perspective. You have to empty the cup of your mind so it can be filled, and become void to gain totality. 

In the Daoist classic the Zhuāngzi (莊子), Chapter 7, Part 6, it reads:

“Thoroughly embody unendingness and wander in non-beginning. Thoroughly experience what you receive from heaven but do not reveal what you attain. Just be empty, that’s all.” 

The Mind of No Mind

The Zen concept of mushin (無心) means “no mind” or “boundless heart.” A state of no thought where the mind is at peace and the body reacts automatically to whatever needs to be done.

This is the only way high level martial arts can be enacted.

In Essays on the Martial Arts (2010), Wendell E. Wilson wrote that mushin “refers to being profoundly empty of distractions, preoccupations, worries, conscious planning and all other trains of thought when preparing to engage in a fight. This frees up the maximum number of brain neurons to hold ready for instant calculations of action when the critical moment arrives. The idea is to stop your mind from thinking about anything as you go into battle, all the while remaining acutely alert to, and focused on, your opponent. Your punches, kicks and blocks then come automatically.”

This simple automacy is the Daoist ideal of wúwéi (無為), action through non-action.

The best place to attain the fruits of such training would be a place free of distractions.

The Zhuāngzi, Section 4, Part 1, reads:

“It is only through the Way that one can gather emptiness, and emptiness is the fasting of the mind. … Observe the void – the empty room emits a pure light. … Let your senses communicate within and rid yourself of the machinations of the mind. Then even ghosts and spirits will take shelter with you, not to mention men.”  

無為, Wúwéi 
 
 
 
 
“This is the true achievement of the authentic or Immortal Self, a permanent state of grace known as wu wei, effortless action, or spontaneous action without acting.” 
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‘dark matter’, which is not ‘dark’ at all, [‘dark matter’ is matter that is void of -☯+charged particles, therefore cannot be seen with ‘normal’{conditioned} vision] makes up approx. 96% of the Universe/interpenetrates with visible matter[matter/physicality = highly stepped down Qi from hyper-☯+space, condensed into a slow/dense vibration]. ‘dark matter’ is what modern westerner scientists identify as what ancient Taoists Masters knew as Primordial Force/無極, Wu Chi(“Great Emptiness”, pre 天). 
(Zero Point Field: an Infinite reservoir of Qi) 
“Quantum mechanics has demonstrated that there is no such thing as a vacuum, or nothingness. What we tend to think of as a sheer void (if all of space were emptied of matter and energy and you examined even the space between the stars) is, in subatomic terms, a hive of activity.” ~ 
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仙, Xiān can be translated to mean Shaman/Mystic, Sage, Hermit/Monk (Kamehameha x Kahuna in Hawaiian language :+)
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Kalani Paiʻea Wohi o Kaleikini Kealiʻikui Kamehameha o ʻIolani i Kaiwikapu kaui Ka Liholiho Kūnuiākea ~ 
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:+) 
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"Cultivating Qi flow spontaneously unfolds one’s original spiritual essence. It empowers us to shape our worldly destiny." ~ http://or3pt1l14nxk1ll4o.tumblr.com/post/54464963405 
“Through inner alchemy processes, one refines immaterial (sexual energy essence and healthy positive energy) generated from material (physical body) and sources of Earth, nature, planets, and the universe. A practitioner can become energetically ‘pregnant.’ By intention one can create and nurture a crystalized energy ‘foetus’ (using the physical analogy). With loving attention and care via the upper hierarchy of meditation practices-Lesser, Greater and Greatest Kan and Li, and Sealing of the Five Senses-one feeds, transfers consciousness and trains this energy body to grow like a healthy child. 
The goal is to have time to accomplish the energetic refinement and crystalization of one’s true spiritual self, referred to as the ‘Golden Light Body’ (Golden is a reference to the high value accorded to this attainment, not necessarily its permanent color). It doesn’t happen by whim or chance. It takes time, patience and commitment. Therefore, Taoists value a healthy, happy, emotionally balanced life and longevity to support feeling good and to be willing to persevere with this higher inner alchemy process. The process is further refined in the practices of the Congress of Heaven and Earth and then the Reunion of Heaven and Man. The Golden Light Body is one’s immortal vehicle for spiritual freedom and independence. It transcends the limits of the physical world of time and space-while still living in the here and now. The goal can be attained and experienced in this lifetime. It is the ultimate meaning and purpose of life!” ~ 
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Siddartha Gautama(Buddha) stated the Maitreya(Future Buddha) would come to Enlighten([re]teach the Dharma, Sanskrit “Cosmic Decree/Custom”, equivalent to Chinese Dào :+) when the world has forgotten what True Enlightenment(Satori/Nirvana/DharDào) is.. 
Maitreya will begin to [re]teach the Dharma(Dào) when Humans live unnaturally, going against the Natural Way & Truth of the Universe(Dào/Dharma), & have forgotten that the Dharmakāya(Eternal/仙 Primordial Buddha)/Eternally Nameless Dào(道, 無極) is within us all. ~ 
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Maitreya(Future Buddha) is a Bodhisattva(Maitreya was a Deva in a past Life/is above the Devas)/Nirmāṇakāya Buddha(physically manifesting Buddha) who is said to be a Cosmic Dharmakāya(beyond all worlds and limitations), meaning altho Maitreya is in the mundane plane, Maitreya is above the Supramundane plane(s)! ~ 
"A bodhisattva may be a deva in a particular life, but bodhisattvas are not essentially devas, and if they happen to be devas it is only in the course of being born in many different worlds over time. A bodhisattva is as likely to be born as a human or as an animal, and is only distinguished from other beings by the certainty that eventually, after many lives, the bodhisattva will be reborn as a Buddha. For example, the current bodhisattva of the Tuṣita heaven is now a deva. In his next life, however, he will be reborn as a human – the Buddha Maitreya. Advanced Bodhisattvas are also capable of manifesting themselves in a great variety of forms (e.g. Avalokiteshvara as depicted in the Universal Door chapter of the Lotus Sutra), including the forms of devas, depending upon the circumstances. Also, bodhisattvas are classified higher than a deva." 
“A Nirmāṇakāya Buddha (physically manifesting Buddha) is classified higher than a deva so Buddha is not a deva, as the right conditions for attaining supreme enlightenment do not exist in the deva-worlds. A Sambhogakāya Buddha has the form of a very high ranking deva, but does not exist within the universe, subject to birth and death, as all the devas do. The Cosmic Dharmakāya is beyond all worlds and limitations.” http://or3pt1l14nxk1ll4o.tumblr.com/post/54575862880/re
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Divyacaksus, which means Clairvoyance, is known as the “Divine Celestial Eye", aka the Pineal Gland(Third Eye/Brow Chakra, Upper DānTián). ~ 
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“It is how we respond to* these energies that determines the quality of our lives.” 
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the aim of Zen(Buddhist Meditation) is to achieve sudden Enlightenment(Satori) through Meditation(which leads to Nirvana). Meditation is all about relaxing your Mind/Consciousness, [physical/Energetic+]body/Temple, & Spirit/Soul by tuning into the infinite vibrations of 無極, Wu Chi “Great Emptiness”(pre 天/Heaven) ~ 
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“The modern budō has no external enemy, only the internal enemy, one’s ego that must be fought (state of Muga-☯+mushin).” 
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"Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do(Dào)." 
~ Bruce Lee (仙) 
"If you always put limit on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them.” 
~ Bruce Lee (仙)  
“Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless - like water. Now you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup, you put water into a bottle, it becomes the bottle, you put it in a teapot, it becomes the teapot. Now water can flow or it can crash. Be water🌊, my friend.”
~ Bruce Lee (仙) 
 
 
 
 
 
“Tao is not a religion or a ritualistic moral code. Tao, or more correctly … Tao Te Ching, is a natural science which studies the transformation of energy in nature and the universal laws that govern it. It can be translated as ‘The Way of Nature and the nature of It’s Power’.” 
 
 
 
武道, Budō (Martial Arts) literally means “the Path of the Warrior”. ~ 
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Sun Tsu, who wrote the oldest military treatise in the world, THE ART OF WAR, said “…to fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme excellence; supreme excellence consists of breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting.” Any veteran of combat can attest that force leads only to waste and destruction. While western entertainment romanticizes violence, real Warriors understand that it should be only the last resort of conflict.  
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*bonus* 
舞空術, 
武術, Wǔshù = the Chinese Martial Arts, 

舞空術, (Chinese)Wukongshù (Japanese Bukūjutsu) = “Wu(Shamanic Dancing/Flying)Kong(Kū, Sky/Heaven)Shù(Science, Art, Skill/Technique, Practice/Mastery of)” 
 

Bukujutsu is a ki technique to lift one’s body into the air and fly. It is derived from ancient Daoist principles and mind-body concepts.

Bukujutsu (Japanese: 舞空術, Chinese: wukongshù, 舞空術) means “cloud dancing technique” or “dancing sky art”. 

In Daoist practices they would use Internal Alchemy (Chinese: nèidānshù, 內丹術) and External Alchemy (Chinese: waidānshù, 外丹術) to transform the body, extend one’s life, and eventually attain immortality. These were magical arts that enabled a practitioner to refine the quality of the particles that constitute their bodies.

Along with this physical transformative process came supernormal powers such as levitation and transduction. It was written that Daoists were able to make their bodies so light that they could “walk on clouds” and fly in mid-air. 

Or they would ride cranes, dragons, turtles, carp, or other magical animals.

Xiān (仙), translated as “Mountain Man,” “Hermit,” or “Spiritual Ascetic” were people who decided to leave society and dedicate themselves to these transformative arts. The xiān would then teach xiān arts (Chinese: xiānshù, 仙術, Japanese: senjutsu, 仙術) to their disciples.

The term xiān was transliterated in Japan as sennin. 
Sennin was the term used to describe men who dedicated themselves to following the Dao (道). They left society in order to cultivate their character, ascend to great heights, and become immortal, True Men (Chinese: zhēnrén, 真人). They did not have ordinary minds and did not live according to society’s rules, and this is why they could achieve incredible feats.

The sennin were believed capable of flying through the air, riding clouds, transforming into mist, or riding on the back of animals such as dragons, turtles, and fish. 

During the first millennium AD, the original Chinese character for xiān (僊) reffered to “a man rising up (and ascending).” When two xiān were written together as 僊僊 it meant to “dance lightly, hop or jump around.” Their bodies were so light and their minds so positive and pure that they would rise up and play in the skies. 

Going even further back during the Han Dynasty (206 BC to 220 AD), before Daoist culture became well known, the xiān were referred to as yuren (羽人), which meant “Feathered Person,” and described men with feathery wings on their back who could fly on the clouds. It was also a term synonymous with Daoists themselves in later periods. 

Daoist Internal Alchemy teaches that the human body is a small microcosm of the universe. As big as the exterior of our universe seems with planets, solar systems, galaxies, the universe, and multiverse, it is equally large on the inside. Our bodies are comprised of cells, which are particles comprised of molecules, protons, electrons, quarks, neutrino’s, gluon’s, and continuing downward to Higgs Boson, down to the infinitesimally small undiscovered particles beneath these, all controlled by our consciousness.

Practitioners of Internal Alchemy believe that there are other realms besides the one we can see with our physical eyes. There are 9 levels of Heaven, all with living beings in them that possess lightened bodies that can fly, controlled by their minds. They also believe that it is an inherent human ability lost due to the increasing complexity of human society and the human mind.

This is why xiān leave society and try to return to their original, true selves. A pure state in alignment with nature. Only through spiritual cultivation (Japanese: shugyo, 修行, Chinese: xiulian, 修行) can we return to this state, in Oneness with the Dao. 

The lightness in the body and ability to fly does not come easily. Training the body is not enough. Improvement of one’s character is the fundamental characteristic of genuine change. Attachments are gradually let go as a practitioner increasingly lives in accordance with the Dao. Their mind changes and their body changes along with it.

When the flow of ki through the body is optimal, the nature of the ki gradually changes and becomes more refined. The more refined the particles are, the smaller, more powerful, brighter, greater in density, and lighter they become. Eventually the body is made so light that it can walk effortlessly for hundreds of miles, climb mountains with ease, jump high and far, and ultimately fly into the skies. 

Along with this comes the opening of the Heavenly Circuit, a series of energy channels (meridians) that circulate through and around the body, from the top to bottom, inside to out. When the Heavenly Circuit is opened, the practitioner can use their energy to lift their body into the air, or extend the orbiting channel outside their body and perform telekinesis. 

There is a story in Shénxiān Zhuàn (神仙傳) (“Biographies of Transcendents”), a Daoist classic that speaks of 5 massive mountains that exist in another dimension, held aloft by gigantic turtles amidst the Great Void. Millions of xiān live on these mountains, which are 60,000 miles apart from one another. They frequently travel across mountains and are said to be able to make the trip in one and a half days. They sit in meditation, rise up into the air, and propel forward at super speed.

If they can travel 60,000 miles in 1.5 days (36 hours), then it means they are traveling at an average speed of 1,667 miles per hour. This is 2.19 Mach speed (over twice the speed of sound). 

The idea of transforming the body through the power of the mind is traced directly back to ancient Chinese Daoists and attempts to return to their original, true selves.

By walking the Path and becoming One with the Dao they were able to take flight.
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..but you might say, "how does this exactly correspond to Orgonite?.." 
 
http://or3pt1l14nxk1ll4o.tumblr.com/post/51040434974/re 
Natural Connections of the inner and outer universes.
“Turning their attention toward understanding the nature and connection between the forces of the outer universe and the forces of the human body, Taoist masters made another discovery. Each life lived in the human form is developed, structured, and influenced by a group of stars. This group of stars, which includes the planets and cosmic particles within its configuration, controls the life force, the good and bad fortune, and the birth and death of the individual. 
Each day of a person’s life reflects a continuing need to absorb energy from the stars and planets and from the cosmic particles. To explore the patterns of star energy in detail, ancient Taoist masters developed science of astrology to a very high level. 
In addition to the energy from the stars, the Taoist masters found that humans require another source of natural energy: the energy supplied by the Earth’s force. It is the absorption of all natural forces that nourishes the nervous system, organs, glands, senses, soul, and spirit of a human being. To facilitate their understanding of the forces of nature, the Taoists divided them into three classifications. 
The first force is called the universal force (or the Original Force), and is known as heavenly energy. It manifests as the energy of all the stars, planets, and galaxies. This vast, all-pervading force nourishes the mind, soul, and spirit of each individual and everything else in the universe that is manifest. 
The universal force is especially drawn to our planet because of the unique relationship between Earth and Moon. The combined forces* of Earth and Moon create a very strong magnetic power that attracts and beams down to Earth the energies of all the stars in our galaxy. 
This cosmic particle force, or human plane energy, is the second force of nature. Cosmic particles are a part of the Original Force, resulting from exploded stars that have come to the end of their life cycles and are now drifting in space as very fine particles. As the strong magnetic power created by Earth and Moon attracts many of these particles, they then drift through Earth’s atmosphere as dust, and eventually become soil. 
The Taoists’ believe that human flesh is formed from the fallen cosmic dust of the universe. These particles, or dust, nourish the essences of the organs, glands, and senses of all humans. Humans are the highest manifestation of cosmic particle force. They can consciously gather a pure form of this energy into their bodies through meditation and ultimately return it to its primordial source. 
As the third force of nature, the earth force includes energy of plants, animals, water, and all the natural occurrences of* the planet Earth. The Taoists observed that plants and trees, in their upward growth, are every extending themselves to absorb the energy necessary to process their food. Stretching themselves to the sun and stars, and to the cosmic particles above, the plants and trees are the universal force for sustenance and growth. The animals in turn, consume vegetation, profiting from cosmic energy as they do so. 
Together these three forces represent the energies of heaven, humans, and earth working in harmony to sustain all existence. The ancient Taoists called the rulers of these forces the Three Pure Ones, for theirs were the first energies to emerge from the Wu Chi, the Great Emptiness. 
Traditionally, the Three Pure Ones were visualized as three emperors residing in the three places or centers of the body called the upper, middle, and lower tan tiens. They govern the development of the three bodies—physical, soul (or energy), and spirit—within an individual by cultivating three forces manifest in the human body as ching, chi, and shen, respectively.” 
~ Fusion of the Five Elements: Meditations for Transforming Negative Emotions (Introduction) 
 
丹— , Dān (“Alchemy” literally “Cinnabar”, relating to three main elixir fields/Qi centers: the 丹田 Dāntián) can be translated as “Number One [method of] Alchemy.”(內丹, Neidan “internal alchemy” x 外丹, Waidan “external alchemy”, Fusion of internal-☯+external) ~ 
http://or3pt1l14nxk1ll4o.tumblr.com/post/54766667369/re 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
also, 
 
 
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Rules of the Road
13 Principles of Spiritual Activism

[Editor's Note: These 13 suggestions for ethical behavior and spiritual progression are based on principles which operate throughout the universe. Some people call them Universal laws When you reach the point in your life when you begin to take notice of these inviolate rules and consciously apply them, you begin to notice changes in your awareness, in your sense of fulfullment, satisfaction, and peace. You will also notice material and spiritual rewards coming to you in greater abundance. When you follow these spiritual Rules of the Road for Life's Journey, you will find yourself in harmony with the Voice of the Creator and life will flow through you like a river. Christ was able to distill a fair share of the ideas embraced here when he laid out the principle of Golder Rule: "Do unto others as they would do unto you" and "Love thy neighbor as thyself". Jesus didn't do such a bad job expanding these concepts with the Beatitudes either. Print this list out and tape it to your refrigerator or slip it into a page protector and put it somewhere where you and other people will notice it and read it. Daily reminders are the best way to adopt new patterns of behavior. ..Ken]

http://educate-yourself.org/cn/rulesoftheroad13principles06jul05.shtml
July 6, 2005

Forward courtesy of Marcus Macauley <mmacauley>
http://www.satyana.org/principles.html

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Principles of Spiritual Activism

The following principles emerged from several years' work with social change leaders in Satyana's Leading with Spirit program. We offer these not as definitive truths, but rather as key learnings and guidelines that, taken together, comprise a useful framework for "spiritual activism."

1. Transformation of motivation from anger/fear/despair to compassion/love/purpose. This is a vital challenge for today's social change movement. This is not to deny the noble emotion of appropriate anger or outrage in the face of social injustice. Rather, this entails a crucial shift from fighting against evil to working for love, and the long-term results are very different, even if the outer activities appear virtually identical. Action follows Being, as the Sufi saying goes. Thus "a positive future cannot emerge from the mind of anger and despair" (Dalai Lama).

2. Non-attachment to outcome. This is difficult to put into practice, yet to the extent that we are attached to the results of our work, we rise and fall with our successes and failures—a sure path to burnout. Hold a clear intention, and let go of the outcome—recognizing that a larger wisdom is always operating. As Gandhi said, "the victory is in the doing," not the results. Also, remain flexible in the face of changing circumstances: "Planning is invaluable, but plans are useless."(Churchill)

3. Integrity is your protection. If your work has integrity, this will tend to protect you from negative energy and circumstances. You can often sidestep negative energy from others by becoming "transparent" to it, allowing it to pass through you with no adverse effect upon you. This is a consciousness practice that might be called "psychic aikido."

4. Integrity in means and ends. Integrity in means cultivates integrity in the fruit of one's work. A noble goal cannot be achieved utilizing ignoble means.

5. Don't demonize your adversaries. It makes them more defensive and less receptive to your views. People respond to arrogance with their own arrogance, creating rigid polarization. Be a perpetual learner, and constantly challenge your own views.

6. You are unique. Find and fulfill your true calling. "It is better to tread your own path, however humbly, than that of another, however successfully." (Bhagavad Gita)

7. Love thy enemy. Or at least, have compassion for them. This is a vital challenge for our times. This does not mean indulging falsehood or corruption. It means moving from "us/them" thinking to "we" consciousness, from separation to cooperation, recognizing that we human beings are ultimately far more alike than we are different. This is challenging in situations with people whose views are radically opposed to yours. Be hard on the issues, soft on the people.

8. Your work is for the world, not for you. In doing service work, you are working for others. The full harvest of your work may not take place in your lifetime, yet your efforts now are making possible a better life for future generations. Let your fulfillment come in gratitude for being called to do this work, and from doing it with as much compassion, authenticity, fortitude, and forgiveness as you can muster.

9. Selfless service is a myth. In serving others, we serve our true selves. "It is in giving that we receive." We are sustained by those we serve, just as we are blessed when we forgive others. As Gandhi says, the practice of satyagraha ("clinging to truth") confers a "matchless and universal power" upon those who practice it. Service work is enlightened self-interest, because it cultivates an expanded sense of self that includes all others.

10. Do not insulate yourself from the pain of the world. Shielding yourself from heartbreak prevents transformation. Let your heart break open, and learn to move in the world with a broken heart. As Gibran says, "Your pain is the medicine by which the physician within heals thyself." When we open ourselves to the pain of the world, we become the medicine that heals the world. This is what Gandhi understood so deeply in his principles of ahimsa and satyagraha. A broken heart becomes an open heart, and genuine transformation begins.

11. What you attend to, you become. Your essence is pliable, and ultimately you become that which you most deeply focus your attention upon. You reap what you sow, so choose your actions carefully. If you constantly engage in battles, you become embattled yourself. If you constantly give love, you become love itself.

12. Rely on faith, and let go of having to figure it all out. There are larger 'divine' forces at work that we can trust completely without knowing their precise workings or agendas. Faith means trusting the unknown, and offering yourself as a vehicle for the intrinsic benevolence of the cosmos. "The first step to wisdom is silence. The second is listening." If you genuinely ask inwardly and listen for guidance, and then follow it carefully—you are working in accord with these larger forces, and you become the instrument for their music.

13. Love creates the form. Not the other way around. The heart crosses the abyss that the mind creates, and operates at depths unknown to the mind. Don't get trapped by "pessimism concerning human nature that is not balanced by an optimism concerning divine nature, or you will overlook the cure of grace." (Martin Luther King) Let your heart's love infuse your work and you cannot fail, though your dreams may manifest in ways different from what you imagine.
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The practice from which the majority of eastern martial arts are originally derived is known as Vajramukti, the “Lightning Bolt Clasped Hands” system of martial arts.  

Vajramukti was a martial art designed to make the warriors that practiced it into supernormal beings with increased strength and defensive capabilities, and at the highest levels to ascend beyond the cycle of life and death, thus becoming immortal.  Those who inherited this system of practice were spiritual and
political elites.  The spiritual leaders of India’s caste based system were known as Brahman’s, and their highest level teachings were only made available to those of royal caste.

Siddhartha Gautama, also known as Buddha Shakyamuni, was a prince of a royal family and therefore educated in the Vajramukti style of martial arts.  Before he became an ascetic to find and overcome the true cause of life’s suffering he was a martial artist in the Lightning Bolt Clasped Hands style.  All royal elites were educated in this system of mind and body.

After Buddha Shakyamuni attained enlightenment and remembered who he was, he began to spread his teachings.  Buddhism quickly extended across Central and East Asia.  Vajramukti traveled along with it.  From ancient India the practice spread to the north east toward China and the south east toward Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines.  Once in China it became known as “Chuan Fa,” or “Law of the Fist.”  The system reached its zenith via the Shaolin Monks of the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907 A.D.)  From there it spread to Korea and also Okinawa where it was known as “To-Te,” or “Tang Hand,” as it had become synonymous with Tang Dynasty China.  “To-Te” made its way over to Japan where it would eventually become known as “Kara-Te,” or simply Karate. 

空手, Karate literally "Empty Handed", can also be translated as "Heavenly/Cosmic(Supramundane)Hand" 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
-☯+/太極→無極 
Fusion of left + right brain + Fusion of physical/Earthly Soul(Po) + Spiritual/Cosmic Soul(Hun) 
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 25, 2013 5:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dragonslayer, this is not a forum for religion or a place to make converts or seek disciples. I'm tired of being preached at. Many of us, myself included have studied comparative religions. I have been requested to do some housecleaning here, and would like you to give me a reason not to delete your posts.

As I've said before, the way that you post discourages people from reading what you have to say. If all you want to do is to alienate people, please do it elsewhere.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 25, 2013 6:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote


Dào is not a religion, nor am I trying to 'convert' others or seek 'disciples'. 
I just explained that I am literally the very Lonely One(Kamehameha), I don't need anyone to really hear me out.. & I know that people are programmed  to go against the Dào anyways.... 
I was simply explaining the true nature of the Dào, but it seems people tend to have misunderstandings, especially insinuating that I'm trying to 'discourage' or 'alienate' others..
btw, I originally ordered Orgonite from OrgoneCrystals with the intent of preventing the london 2012 olympics false-flag event, & felt that I must protect myself against shadow-psionic warfare from the f3ds who lurk/gangstalk me constantly, so I post on WM to help spread awareness, because I could be assassinated at anytime.... Thanks to Sensei, I am still alive, thankfully (Orgonite literally saved my Life). 
I'll go ahead & save my posts, so if you'd really like to delete my posts — go ahead & do so.. Sad
*note: Sanskrit Dharma, Chinese Dào, & aboriginal Polynesians all followed the Natural Way & Truth of the Universe, & the customs they had predate most organized religions/'christianity'.. I have a dislike for 'christianity' mostly because the latin europeans forced religion onto my ancestors & slaughtered them.... Sad
http://youtu.be/DEpuwVrN2Xg
the Hawaiian Islands are the HQ of Lemuria.
please, see: http://or3pt1l14nxk1ll4o.tumblr.com/post/62270586324/native-american-p olynesian-kunlun-re 

Also, major thanks to Sensei for providing Orgonite to those who are not as fortunate/financially inclined to make Orgonite themselves, I'm lucky to even have Orgonite, considering I come from a low-income family of immigrants who come from the Philippines (migrated to the Polynesian/Hawaiian Islands). 
in a few weeks or so, I'll be receiving a check from a car accident that I was in a couple of years back, so I will finally be able to construct Orgonite + get to heavy Gifting. I plan to Gift everywhere I go, & will Human+Gift everyone at my Martial Arts Dojo, eventually/hopefully going international & teaming up with GrandMasters worldwide (I consider Sensei a GrandMaster — with Sensei's NanoLemurian technology, I've actually literally tuned into the Lemurian+vibrations, & remember my Island Roots/ancestry :+)  
& again, sorry if my words seem 'empty'.. ~ 
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