> I sent you the DM link to the kitchen list from
Thank You. A subject for study.
> That a Sanyasi/guru apologizes is simply their
> humanity. The scriptures certainly do not dictate
> that they are ever flawed or wrong. Read the
> sastra. Nowhere is it stipulated that a guru is to
> admit fault for anything. If anything the fault
> always lays with the disciples. Even the ancients
> knew about image/branding/marketing. Once you
> admit flaw/mistake/fault—the bubble/illusion
I heard it. Sanyasi went to visit his student, who, as it turned out, broke the rules a bit because his wife likes onions, and if there is no onion at home, there will be no sex. He talked to him but finally said that he was really to blame for letting this student become a sex slave.
> There is no avoidance of three-fold suffering.
They use it as recruitment argument, and moment later offer perfect peacefull life with meditation. Perfect it is not, neither peacefull - looking on a very nervous woman devotee without initiation which has served faithfully for 25-30 years.
> Texts like Harinam Chintamani are mostly showing
> simple babaji life and promoting siddha pranali
> (grown men living together and whispering to each
> other which gopi they are).
Rather, when I read Harinama Cintamani, I was convinced for the first time that a mantra can give visions, can give insight into pastimes. Whispering was not of interest. Basically, I saw it as a separate nature anyway. Consciousness in material realities is one thing, in spiritual realities another. Separate identities. This could be an argument for progressive schizophrenia if someone experiences split vision. In any case, it was not shared everywhere. This is the secret of a relationship with God.
> As soon as one reads
> such text it is very apparent that we are either
> sorely mistaken that the holy name is powerful at
> face value and unequivocally admitting that there
> is WAY more to it all than just sitting around
> strumming guitars in kirtan to the tune of
> Brothers In Arms by Dire Straights. My tendency is
> to be even more forward and realistic and say it
> is mostly wishful thinking going on. But to each
> their own.
Generally, at first it is nice to sing with Dire Straits or Janis Joplin, but step by step it turns out that somehow this mood does not suit Asta kaliya lila etc .. Why does it not suit me and others do? Who knows.
> Regardless of your attempt to prove vimanas
> existed (they did not, 100%)
I am not proving that vimanas existed. There is very vague information that they were able to fly thanks to this or that. A mention, a dose but with full conviction. So it is some kind of inspiration, a field to look for. As it turns out, many phenomena are not explored. Worth of attention because they mension about flying machines many hypothetically hundreds, if not thousands, of years before the Wright brothers.
> backward and not helpful in any way. Modern
> Inidan's eating cow shit and piss because
> Danvatari said it cures headaches is what is the
> problem in our world. I once heard a devotee claim
> that if you bury ghee in the ground for 50 years
> it can cure AIDS. Eating 50-year-old ghee is more
> likely to give you AIDS than cure anything. You
> know what they say. It's your best thinking that
> got you here...
> If in the vast books of the veda it is still not
> clear how to make a fucking airplane or cure
> cancer it is a useless body of "knowledge" to
> modern man.
Ayurveda is worth of analysis. My friends they got a cancer diagnosis and a 2-year prospect. Today they live after 19 years with the help of an ayurvedist. Which, admittedly, is no longer alive.
Ayurveda is worth attention, for example, as I wrote earlier, to look with the eye of control theory, regulation theory, and especially multivariate systems. Why? Well, a few equations, Furier transforms, one two graphs and it is clear why there is no such freedom ... Well, you need to have such education, and then meet those who explain, for example, wave equations or show from scratch why the Furier transform makes sense drikinig tea with you. Black tea. I ate and drank.
> And never mind all you support for Vimanas, they
> are described as being made of flowers and Swans,
> not alloys.
Actually there were more to these types of vimanas:
It may denote any car or vehicle, especially a bier or a ship as well as a palace of an emperor, especially with seven stories. In some Indian languages like Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, and Hindi, vimana or vimanam means "aircraft", for example in the town name Vimanapura (a suburb of Bangalore) and Vimannagar, a town in Pune. In another context, Vimana is a feature in Hindu temple architecture.
> There is a funny story of a man who drank
> colloidal silver for 20 years every day and
> eventually turned blue. There is also a rare
> disorder that results in blueish skin. Trust me,
> it's a not a good color on skin.
I trained myself for skin problems. Colloidal Silver. In fact, the skin darkens. Other measures did not help. After 2 years of testing multiple combinations, I have a kit that soothes cracking, bleeding, itching, and hardening, and it's a proprietary kit.
As for the reference to the Vedic knowledge of the aseptic nature of cow dung, I found it myself at the age of 5 or 6. I was swimming in a beautiful river with my friends in the beautiful south outside the city. Beautiful trees grew, the water and sand were golden, the sky was blue and it was divine. It stuck in my memory because later nature in this place was devastated thanks to capitalism. Anyway, when I left this place of entertainment for the 5-6 year old, I was walking across the field where the cows were grazing. First I stepped on the edge of an open can or a broken bottle and cut my foot lengthwise by 5-6 centimeters. Then, bleeding in panic, I ran on and stuck my foot in the cow poop. The next fragments of memory, when I lie on the operating table or board, the light shines in my eyes and doctor pull apart the cut skin with his fingers. Then the movie broke off. I had a tetanus immunization. I didn't get sick. To this day, I have leftover stitches. What worked here? It is not known. But I remember that the day was beautiful.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/22/2021 03:14AM by DaWatcher.