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Din intelepciunea lui Buddha

Buddha said to his disciples, ”The people that you go to teach are the ones who will harm you. Out of kindness you go on giving truth and they will throw stones at you. So don’t be angry. They are helpless: what can they do? You have come to destroy the truth they had believed for centuries. You have started shaking their house. They thought this house was their security. You have started knocking down their walls. You have started lifting their veils and showing their ugliness. They will be angry.</p>
<p>One disciple – Purna – used to to on pilgrimage, taking the Buddha’s message. </p>
<p>Buddha asked, ”Where are you going?”</p>
<p>There was a part of Bihar called Sukha. He said, ”None of your sannyasins have gone to Sukha yet, I will go there.”</p>
<p>Buddha said, ”It would be good if you don’t go there. The people of that area are dangerous, this is why no one has gone. If they insult you what will happen to you?”</p>
<p>Purna replied, ”If they insult me then I will consider myself fortunate that they didn’t beat me, they only insulted me.”</p>
<p>Buddha said, ”And if they beat you what will happen to you Purna?”</p>
<p>Purna replied, ”I will consider myself fortunate that they didn’t kill me, they only beat me.”</p>
<p>Buddha said, ”One more question, if they kill you what will happen to you as you are dying?”</p>
<p>Purna replied, ”What else could happen? These are such good people that they have released me from living in this body in which I might have committed some mistake. Now no mistake is possible. They have released me from living in this body where my foot may have gone on wrong paths, anything could happen, I could stray off. They have liberated me from this body. I will die filled with kindness for them. I will die full of gratitude for them.”</p>
<p>Buddha said, ”Then you go. Go anywhere. Wherever you go, you will find your friend, because now you cannot see any enemy.” It is not that by closing eyes there are no enemies. But one who no longer sees enemies is one who can declare the truth. Enemies will arise, enemies will immediately arise. The truth always gives rise to enemies. Do we have enough understanding that we can stomach the truth? Do we have a big enough heart to allow the truth to permeate us? ... to make it a guest inside us? If we can let ourselves be a host to truth, let truth be a guest... but do we have this capacity? This is why it goes on happening, insults continue, opposition continues, but truth goes on making its declaration again and again.</p>
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Buddha said to his disciples, ”The people that you go to teach are the ones who will harm you. Out of kindness you go on giving truth and they will throw stones at you. So don’t be angry. They are helpless: what can they do? You have come to destroy the truth they had believed for centuries. You have started shaking their house. They thought this house was their security. You have started knocking down their walls. You have started lifting their veils and showing their ugliness. They will be angry.

One disciple – Purna – used to to on pilgrimage, taking the Buddha’s message.

Buddha asked, ”Where are you going?”

There was a part of Bihar called Sukha. He said, ”None of your sannyasins have gone to Sukha yet, I will go there.”

Buddha said, ”It would be good if you don’t go there. The people of that area are dangerous, this is why no one has gone. If they insult you what will happen to you?”

Purna replied, ”If they insult me then I will consider myself fortunate that they didn’t beat me, they only insulted me.”

Buddha said, ”And if they beat you what will happen to you Purna?”

Purna replied, ”I will consider myself fortunate that they didn’t kill me, they only beat me.”

Buddha said, ”One more question, if they kill you what will happen to you as you are dying?”

Purna replied, ”What else could happen? These are such good people that they have released me from living in this body in which I might have committed some mistake. Now no mistake is possible. They have released me from living in this body where my foot may have gone on wrong paths, anything could happen, I could stray off. They have liberated me from this body. I will die filled with kindness for them. I will die full of gratitude for them.”

Buddha said, ”Then you go. Go anywhere. Wherever you go, you will find your friend, because now you cannot see any enemy.” It is not that by closing eyes there are no enemies. But one who no longer sees enemies is one who can declare the truth. Enemies will arise, enemies will immediately arise. The truth always gives rise to enemies. Do we have enough understanding that we can stomach the truth? Do we have a big enough heart to allow the truth to permeate us? ... to make it a guest inside us? If we can let ourselves be a host to truth, let truth be a guest... but do we have this capacity? This is why it goes on happening, insults continue, opposition continues, but truth goes on making its declaration again and again.

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In spiritul Craciunului si pentru ca Reiki mi-a adus atat de multe schimbari pozitive in viata, este momentul sa multumesc si sa intorc binele primit. Asadar, primele trei persoane inscrise vor participa GRATUIT la cursul de initiere in Reiki, gradul I, din 7 februarie 2015, in Bucuresti.

REIKI ESTE TEHNICA DE ECHILIBRARE, ARMONIZARE SI VINDECARE ENERGETICA, EMOTIONALA SI FIZICA. 

Castigul: echilibrare si autocunoastere, disciplina interioara, activarea intuitiei si a clarvederii, descoperirea puterii de vindecare si armonizare, cresterea constiintei si a puterii de a iti schimba destinul cooperand cu Viata.

Reiki este intelepciune combinata cu energie. Reiki este calea prin care iti descoperi propria relatie cu corpul energetic si te racordezi la energia universala. Cu ajutorul Reiki vei reusi sa te echilibrezi din punct de vedere energetic si astfel sa ajuti la vindecarea nu doar a bolilor energetice, ci si a celor de natura emotionala sau fizica.

Marele avantaj consta in faptul ca accesul se face usor, rapid si comod, practica fiind nepericuloasa. Multa lume crede ca Reiki este doar o metoda de tratament si nu este deloc asa. Reiki este mult mai mult decat atat. Este adevarat ca prin Reiki se pot inlatura dureri, se poate declansa vindecarea unor boli, dar modificarile care apar sunt mult mai profunde decat cele determinate de orice tratament.

Reiki nu este o tehnica medicala, nu se bazeaza pe autosugestie, hipnoza sau psihanaliza, nu este o doctrina, credinta sau religie, prin urmare, la initieri poate participa absolut oricine, indiferent ca este credincios sau ateu.

Pentru a practica Reiki, in primul rand este necesara initierea pe care o poate face numai un maestru profesor. Este necesara, dar nu si suficienta. Progresul in aceasta disciplina spirituala se face pas cu pas, iar salturile nu au dus niciodata la nimic bun nici pentru sine, nici pentru altii. In cadrul cursului de initiere se primesc primele informatii, iar cei care stiu sa le foloseasca pot progresa si pot ajunge chiar la performante deosebite, nebanuite la inceput. Practicand tehnicile Reiki, vei vedea in timp o imbunatatire a calitatii vietii tale, vei castiga liniste interioara, iti vei descoperi puterea personala si iti vei potenta creativitatea si vei vindeca bolile. Relatia cu tine insuti va fi vizibil imbunatatita, la fel si cu cei din jurul tau (familie, prieteni).

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The 19 Most Stunning Sacred Places Around the World

Since the dawn of time, mankind has been building amazing temples and monasteries in service to mankind’s spiritual needs and practices. We’ve compiled the photos of over a million travelers on minube to find the places that most inspire, astound, and simply take your breath away. From the jungles of Indonesia to the valleys of Tibet, here at the 19 most breathtaking holy places around the world.

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1.) Shwedagon Pagoda, Myanmar - According to the many travellers who pass it by – Myanmars Shwedagon Pagoda is one of the worlds greatest wonders. The vibe of it is just incredible, and at night it glows with a golden aura that is unparalelled in the world. It’s 100+ yard size is a beacon of connection and inspiration for all of Myanmar, and those who come and visit will be instantly tuned into its incredible vibes from chants, incense, and majesty. (Photo by Gerard Decq)

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2.) Lotus Temple, India - You may not find much peace and quiet in New Delhi, but the amazing Lotus Temple, home of the Baha’i faith is TRULY an oasis of tranquility. This building was built in 1980, surrounded by peaceful gardens and  large interior space for people of all faiths to come and meditate together. The Baha’i faith is based around connection to ALL of the faiths, and an openeness in ones connection to the All. (Photo by Sebastian D. Caicedo)

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3.) Saint-Michel d’Aiguilhe Chapel, France - If you were to venture to Southern France, you might find it to generally be dotted with scenic mountaintop churches… and yet, none are quite as breathtaking as the Chapel of Saint-Michel d’Aiguilhe. This incredible chapel floats on the top of a massive craggy volcanic rock, and it will take you over 200 steps to reach the top…. and upon doing so, you will be greeted with one of the most incredible views you have ever seen in your life. (Photo by Soleilhac Marie-Laure)

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4.) Hagia Sophia, Turkey - The Hagia Sophia…What can one really say about it? It’s so unique and incredible that it really does need to be experienced to be described. This is one of the most architecturally influential houses of worship in the world. Travelers from all cultures and religions flock to behold her glory. It is truly a place of Unity and Connection beyond Race or Religion, and that’s what makes her such a stunning space of God. (Photo by Dripta Roy)

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5.) Meiji Shrine, Japan - Way back in Early Japan, the Meiji Shrine was built to honor Japans first Modern Emperor, Emperor Meiji. Today this shrine is surrounded by Tokyo’s ultra-modern skyscrapers, but not before approximately 150 acres of peaceful evergreens to keep it a true space of peace. Many residents of Japan go there to meditate, attend weddings, and even just to enjoy the fresh air. (Photo by Patrick)

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6.) Abu Simbel Temples, Egypt - To be honest, nobody truly knows when Abu Simbel was built. Many will claim that it was built by Pharaoh Ramesses II over 3,000 years ago, but even still there remains anomalies that suggest perhaps it was built a lot earlier than that. Much like the true age of the Sphinx, Abu Simbel stands as a testament to ancient architects and their master crafting ability which today it is unclear how they did it.  (Photo by Jose M. Cuesta)

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7.) Ghats of Varanasi, India - Varanasi is a land of incredible majesty. The Holiest of India’s sacred cities and famous for its ghats, terraced areas on the riverbanks where seekers of connection to the divine come for ritual baths, washing, meditation, and even cremations. It is often described as powerful, visceral, and even overwhelming. A boat ride along the Ghats is something no traveler ever forgets. (Photo by Beatriz)

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8.) Batu Caves, Malaysia - Located just north of Kuala Lumpur, the Batu Caves are one of the most amazing sight in all of Asia. The complex consists of massive limestone caves filled with intricate shrines, a 140ft. tall statue of the Hindu deity Murugah, and lots and lots of mischievous macaque monkeys ready to snatch a snack from unsuspecting tourists. (Photo by Macgreg)

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9.) Basilica of San Vitale, Italy - The Basilica of San Vitale in Ravenna, Italy is one of the most important churches in early Christianity, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and an amazing experience for lovers of art and architecture. The hypnotically colorful mosaics are some of only a few in the world that remain from the time of Emperor Justinian I. (Photo by Ignacio Izquierda)

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10.) Spanish Synagogue, Czech Republic - Widely regarded as Europe’s most beautiful synagogue, the Spanish Synagogue in Prague is one of those places where you could literally spend hours admiring the Moorish-style geometric carvings and paintings covering literally every square inch of the interior. Don’t forget to check out the statue of famous Czech author Franz Kafka near the entrance. (Photo by Alce)

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11.) Boudhanath, Nepal - Located in the outskirts of Kathmandu, Boudhanath is one of the world’s largest stupas and a place of pilgrimage for Tibetan Buddhists the world over. The stupa is crowned by four sets of peaceful yet watching eyes and is surrounded by a whopping 50 Buddhist monasteries. (Photo by Nice Dalla-Valle)

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12.) Angkor Wat, Cambodia - The mighty Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia is another site which is tough to describe in words. To visit Angkor Wat is to immerse yourself in countless 900-year old temples, massive stone faces, sprawling jungles, and groups of young, saffron-robed monks. If it’s not on your bucket list, it should be. (Photo by Natashi Basso).

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13.) Bet Giyorgis, Ethiopia - Bet Giyorgis (“Church of St. George”) is a 12th-century church carved directly into the rock around Lalibela, Ethiopia. Bet Giyorgis, though, is just the most famous of 11 churches carved into the bedrock originally designed to emulate Jerusalem. Travelers can explore this most unique of holy sites via winding tunnels and passageways dozens of feet below surface level. (Photo by Alfonso N. Tappero)

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14.) Meteora, Greece - Near the village of Meteora in central Greece, massive monolithic stones jut into the sky creating one of the most gorgeous panoramas in Europe. The best part? The hulking cliffs are dotted with historic monasteries, many of which can be visited and are still in use today. After visiting the monasteries, travelers can make the hike back to the bottom while savoring the heavenly views. (Photo by Vlaidmir Bazan)

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15.) Thikse Monastery, India - The Thikse Monastery is one of the most spectacular yet least touristy monasteries in the Indus River Valley near Ladakh, India. Those who’ve explored the Tibetan plateau can attest that coming around a river bend to see the white-washed monastery and its colorful prayer flags against the clear blue Tibetan sky is truly an inspirational sight. (Photo by Gerard Decq)

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16.) Tiger’s Nest, Bhutan - The Tiger’s Nest complex in the small mountain state of Bhutan is perhaps the world’s most famous hanging temple, and with good reason! After a tough three-hour hike, travelers arrive at this stunning monastery perched 3,000ft. above the floor of the Paro Valley. The interior shrines are no doubt amazing, but the view is one you’ll never forget. (Photo by Thomas Willetts)

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17.) Borobudur, Indonesia - Emerging from the jungles of central Java, the 9th-century Borobudur temple complex is a marvel of Buddhist architecture and the most-visited sight in Indonesia. At 7 stories high and decorated with over 500 Buddhas, Borobudur is the largest Buddhist temple in the world and home to what is surely one of the most beautiful sunsets anywhere. (Photo by Oliver P. Martin)

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18.) Tiger Cave Temple, Thailand - Many travelers to Krabi, Thailand spend their time between the bar and the beach, but the area is home to one of the world’s most breathtaking religious sites: the Tiger Cave Temple. Travelers must climb a jungle staircase lined with monkeys and hidden shrines before arriving at the glorious golden Buddha at the 2,000ft. peak. (Photo by Angelo Zinna)

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19.) Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá, Colombia - The Salt Cathedral in Zipaquirá, Colombia is one of the most unique and otherworldly holy places in the world. The cathedral was built using the massive galleries of an old salt mine and is decorated with colored lights that add a mysterious and dramatic touch to the various chapels and hidden corners within. (Photo by Jose. M.M. Espinar)

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Meditatia de procesare si dizolvare a fricii

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Stai cu spatele drept şi închide ochii. Inspiră profund şi lent în abdomen, apoi expiră cât de repede poţi.
Repetă, inspiră lent, apoi expiră cât de repede poţi. Şi încă o dată, inspiră profund şi lent, apoi expiră rapid.
Acum continuă să respiri în ritmul propriu. Scanează-ţi corpul fizic din creştet până la vârful degetelor de la picioare în căutarea energiei fricii.
Caută frica. Dacă nu o poţi găsi, aminteste-ti una dintre fricile la care te-ai gandit inainte de meditatie şi scanează-ţi corpul din nou.
După ce găseşti frica în corp, observ-o pur şi simplu.
Nu o analiza, uită-te doar la ea.
Permite-i să fie acolo.
Permite-i să existe.
Permite-i să crească şi să existe.
Ar putea fi un disconfort fizic, cum ar fi un nod, o durere, o acumulare de energie printr-un gând sau o amintire, sau ar putea fi doar senzaţia de frică.
Uită-te doar la ea.
Observă-o.Simte-o.
Permite-i să fie acolo.
Şi spune „frică, eşti bine-venită aici”.Bun-venit aici.
Primeşte-o cu braţele deschise şi permite-i să crească.
Lasă-o să devină mai mare, şi mai mare.
Permite-i să crească şi să crească… cât de mare poate să ajungă
Lasă-o să ajungă atât de mare cât poate ea să ajungă.
Permite-i să se exprime faţă de tine. Dar nu o analiza.
Acceptă pur şi simplu orice îţi apare.Orice cuvinte, gânduri, amintiri,
Urmează-o dacă se transformă în altă emoţie, sau dacă îşi schimbă locul în corp.
Orice ar face, primeşte cu braţele deschise noua ei expresie. „eşti bine venita aici,  gând…eşti bine venită aici emoţie, sunteti bine venite cuvinte, amintiri, eşti bine venită aici frică”.
Eşti bine-venită aici, frica.
Priveşte-o. Observă-o.
Acum, permite-ţi să te apropii şi să îmbrăţişezi frica, oricare ar fi modul de expresie pe care l-a ales.
Oferă-i lumină şi iubire şi permite-i să existe.
Mulţumeşte-i pentru oricare ar fi fost lucrarea pe care a avut-o pentru tine, pentru că a fost cu tine atâta vreme.
Acum, eliberează-o. Permite-i se elibereze şi să meargă înapoi la Sursă.
Respiră adânc acum.
Când inspiri, inspiră lumină şi iubire. Când expiri, permite acestei lumini şi iubiri să meargă şi să umple spaţiul în care a fost frica.
Acum, respiră pur şi simplu profund şi lent.
Inspiră lumină şi iubire, iar când expiri, permite luminii şi iubirii să  se răspândească în întregul tău corp în afară în jurul tău.
Acum, scanează-ţi corpul de la vârful degetelor de la picioare până la cap şi caută să descoperi dacă a mai rămas ceva din acea frică. Dacă da, repetă exerciţiul chiar acum – saluta frica, accepta frica, da-i voie sa se exprime, imbratiseaz-o si multumeste-i, apoi elibereaz-o inapoi spre Sursa.
Respira acum linistit si eliberat de frica ce te-a torturat atata si atata timp!

Acum stii ca poţi face aceasta meditatie-exerciţiu în orice moment, ori de câte ori te încearcă sentimentul de frică.

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"O persoana nu este element de pamant,
Nici element de apa, nici element de foc,
Nici element de vant.
Totusi nu exista nicio persoana
Care sa fie separata de acestea."

Maestrul Nagarjuna

Despre motivare – scurta povestire

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In Tibet era o statuie a lui Buddha in aer liber. Ploua. O persoana ce trecea pe acolo a vazut statuia si s-a gandit:

"Cum poate sa cada ploaia pe statuie, pe corpul lui Buddha?"

Asa ca a cautat in jurul sau ceva cu care sa o acopere.Nu a gasit nimic altceva decat niste papuci vechi si a acoperit statuia cu acestia.

O alta persoana a trecut pe acolo si s-a gandit:

"Cum ar putea cineva sa acopere statuia lui Buddha cu papuci?"

Si i-a dat jos.

Din moment ce motivarea a fost buna in ambele cazuri, nu au existat consecinte negative.

Motivarea este cea mai importanta, iar cultivarea unei motivari bune conduce catre efecte benefice. Analizati intotdeauna daca motivarea voastra este pura sau nu, analizati-va intotdeauna pe voi insiva!

In momentul in care v-ati trezit dimineata, incepeti ziua pornind de la un plan mental grandios. Decideti, panace veti muri, si in special in aceasta luna, aceasta zi, sa duceti o viata cu principii morale si sa nu va angajati in nimic ce ar putea dauna celorlalti.

Iar inainte sa adormiti, faceti unele "calcule" referitoare la activitatile mentale din timpul zilei. Cate activitati negative si cate activitati pozitive s-au petrecut?

 

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