Upside Down Causation Theory 

Q. When I you are an enlightened / When you already know the truth, why do you need to go back for that? It is like you are in university and going back to college.
A. 1 – If one has got the certificate without proper study, if one has got the certificate because he could pass the examination, if one has got the certificate because the questions asked in examination he knew – he must go back through books to get all knowledge because what I has got is by luck not efforts.

2 – Causation Theory is applicable visavis. Cause-Act-Result and Result-Act-Cause. I have got the result first, so now I must cultivate myself the same way sages used to cultivate before getting enlightenment.

3 – Just let me go and wish me luck.

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Silver Medium and Dark sides of Spiritual Wisdom

Silver Medium And Dark Side Of Enlightenment!
Osho was a wonderful person!

I don’t like to read or listen him anymore after knowing that he was explaining the same thing in new way.

He was wonderful because he rose to fame without base. He was one of some enlightened sages who achieved popularity, fame and criticism on level that has been impossible for religious teachers so far. He respected Jiddu but Jiddu didn’t achieve that level of fame and popularity. Osho dared to criticize traditions that Jiddu could not. UG has been criticizing everything everyone and that’s also an important way to see everything. Osho is wonderful because he contains everything. Jiddu is silver side of spiritual wisdom like Mahavira. UG  was the dark side like Ajit Keskambalin. It was Osho who couraged to get down on level of normal people like Siddhartha Gautama.
I think, it is easy to stay at peace after achieving that level. Siddhartha and Osho rejected to enjoy peace. They criticized traditions, they challenged to priests, they received fame, critics, popularity, more that both – the silver and dark side spiritual achievers.
Shaiva – a philosophy that includes both, good and evil, white and black, right and wrong, are equal parts of the same. You separate the good from bad when mind is in duality. Like TAI-CHI. Both parts are equal, important, no part is more or less important than the other. Right also has a little wrong in it, wrong too has a little right in it. In SouthAsian Subcontinent, Shaiva Philosophy accept that. It also knows the Medium – the Master.
Mahavira, Buddha, Ajita ..Jiddu, Osho, UG .. there are many more but I find these are best examples to clarify Shukla, Medium and Krishna paksha of That Wisdom. I respect all seges and saints same, equally, I didn’t mention their names.
Ye ca buddha atita ca

Ye ca buddha anagata!

Pachupanna ca ye buddha,

Aham vandami sabbada!!
10:02 a.m. Thursday 1st June 2017

Communication Takes Place

Wo – The one who is communicating with me is one not only reading but also sending msgs to me.
Ta – Who?
Wo – It’s not necessary to know with whom you are communicating with. Both the ends of communication knows that communication is taking place, that’s it. I’m at my side, I don’t know who is or who are, on other side. For me, it’s not necessary. I’m not eager to know about other end. I’m satisfied with my side, that the communication is being taken place. If one is eager, to know about unknown, is having doubt, fear, incompleteness, fluctuation from oneself.
Ta – And how about the communication?
Wo – That is only one can know. It’s by senses. You get or receive informations. You know informations. You have to rely on your senses. I know what information I receive through my senses. It’s communication between my senses and outside world. I communicate with outside world though my senses. If i have got malaria, I will feel cold and that will be my truth not the truth of outside world. My communication will be true. Communication is complete – maybe information is right or wrong, but I have to be relying on my senses.
Ta – Is it kind of mystic experience?
Wo – Na! All mystics were people who achieved the level but failed to communicate exactly. Buddha, Mahavira, ..list goes on. Jiddu was more clear than previous Buddhas but he was accepted by a group only while Osho has become a spiritual entertainment for people. No mystical experience is there. Everything which is experienced is truth for individual. Outside world is unknown.
Ta – You reject society.
Wo – I’m not sure about people around me.
Ta – If UG Krishnamurti said himself ‘A barking Dog,’ you must be a ‘Crying UG.’
Wo – He rejected Nirvana, Moksha, Salvation, any kind of enlightenment, ..buddhahood was a business in his view. And he was Not a Barking Dog. It’s people’s view about him he said, what he consider himself. Without UG’s philosophy, Jiddu and Osho are not complete.
Ta – It’s not the answer.
Wo – There was no question but a full stop. I maybe misunderstood it as completion of you.
Ta – We all assume something and believe it as it’s only true. For example – you assumed that my sentence is completed and you started reacting or answering or ..that something you said.
Wo – Should I say?
Ta – You are not that obedient to seek my permission you big brat. You are a rebellious voice. Is that a joke you asked me you should say?
Wo – We assume. And we all are in that cage of our assumptions. We are inside of our knowledge. That is also made by assumptions and informations too.
Ta – Who is that sending you msgs from other side?
Wo – The one, I’m communicating with.
Ta – Is that something like imaginary described in theistic religious books?
Wo – Don’t try to generalize it. Let it be what it is. Otherwise you may stuck with God Ishwara Allah Jew etc. Don’t name it and you remain free. You name it and you are misguided.
01:32 a.m. Saturday 27th May 2017

Communication Takes Place

​Wo – The one who is communicating with me is one not only reading but also sending msgs to me.
Ta – Who?
Wo – It’s not necessary to know with whom you are communicating with. Both the ends of communication knows that communication is taking place, that’s it. I’m at my side, I don’t know who is or who are, on other side. For me, it’s not necessary. I’m not eager to know about other end. I’m satisfied with my side, that the communication is being taken place. If one is eager, to know about unknown, is having doubt, fear, incompleteness, fluctuation from oneself.
Ta – And how about the communication?
Wo – That is only one can know. It’s by senses. You get or receive informations. You know informations. You have to rely on your senses. I know what information I receive through my senses. It’s communication between my senses and outside world. I communicate with outside world though my senses. If i have got malaria, I will feel cold and that will be my truth not the truth of outside world. My communication will be true. Communication is complete – maybe information is right or wrong, but I have to be relying on my senses.
Ta – Is it kind of mystic experience?
Wo – Na! All mystics were people who achieved the level but failed to communicate exactly. Buddha, Mahavira, ..list goes on. Jiddu was more clear than previous Buddhas but he was accepted by a group only while Osho has become a spiritual entertainment for people. No mystical experience is there. Everything which is experienced is truth for individual. Outside world is unknown.
Ta – You reject society.
Wo – I’m not sure about people around me.
Ta – If UG Krishnamurti said himself ‘A barking Dog,’ you must be a ‘Crying UG.’
Wo – He rejected Nirvana, Moksha, Salvation, any kind of enlightenment, ..buddhahood was a business in his view. And he was Not a Barking Dog. It’s people’s view about him he said, what he consider himself. Without UG’s philosophy, Jiddu and Osho are not complete.
Ta – It’s not the answer.
Wo – There was no question but a full stop. I maybe misunderstood it as completion of you.
Ta – We all assume something and believe it as it’s only true. For example – you assumed that my sentence is completed and you started reacting or answering or ..that something you said.
Wo – Should I say?
Ta – You are not that obedient to seek my permission you big brat. You are a rebellious voice. Is that a joke you asked me you should say?
Wo – We assume. And we all are in that cage of our assumptions. We are inside of our knowledge. That is also made by assumptions and informations too.
Ta – Who is that sending you msgs from other side?
Wo – The one, I’m communicating with.
Ta – Is that something like imaginary described in theistic religious books?
Wo – Don’t try to generalize it. Let it be what it is. Otherwise you may stuck with God Ishwara Allah Jew etc. Don’t name it and you remain free. You name it and you are misguided.
01:32 a.m. Saturday 27th May 2017

Dhamma : Not a Religion

Buddha says – Do not waste time and energy to search for Ishwar or Brahma. There is nobody to come from the sky and help you.
You cannot go against Ishwar in religion. You cannot disdain holy books. If you use your intellect which goes against religious books, you are criticized. Dhamma teaches you to think, doubt, go against it to examine, and believe only if you find something is right.
Religion teaches to have Faith in someone imaginary who comes to help you when it’s needed. Dhamma teaches Atta Deep Bhava – become your light yourself.
Buddha says – I do not give you Nirvana, Moksha, Salvation, Freedom from suffering. I just show you the way. Dhamma is a humanitarian way to live a peaceful life.
Many of us, who believe that Dhamma and Religion are the same, need to analyse carefully. Religion has to be accepted, to get into it, with rituals, while Dhamma educates one to to find or create his own way. Religion believes in many illogical existences like ghosts, satan, ishwar, soul, atma, rooh, deities, while Dhamma is logical and based on science. Dhamma promotes scientific analytical way to think, doubt and examine before believe in something.
Religion teaches social inequality, discriminations, while in Dhamma, everyone is equal. Dhamma is the education, knowledge which is available to everyone. You find something imaginary person in religion or someone who unsuccessfully tries to prove himself as a representative of that imaginary one, but there is nobody who claims to be doot or only representative of someone imaginary. In Dhamma you see a series of enlightened people who never claim to be Ishwar, or his representatives. They all were human being with great and purr wisdom.
Buddha says :- ‘Buddha’ is the state of highest and purest consciousness when you are balanced, in eternal peace, love and happiness, beyond of all fear and sufferings. They who reach on that level but rejects to achieve Nirvana for people, are Bodhisattwas. Dr. Ambedkar also is considered a Bodhisattwa in that sense He was an Angel who showed a better way to people of India.
Religion is irresistible while in Dhamma you are totally free. Dhamma never forces you to do or not do, believe or not believe in something. Everyone is free to use his intellect with Prabuddha Way.
23:12 Wednesday 17th May 2017

The Secret Is Within Yourself!

I didn’t know about Huineng before Melody Jie introduced me to Sixth Patriarch. I watched a movie on his life but that could not be reason for me to respect him as master. I came to read his thoughts, his way of seeing everything, and then I must surrender myself to the enlightened master. Here are some of his words in English I have collected from Google.
1. There is no Bodhi tree,

Nor stand of a mirror bright.

Since all is void,

Where can the dust alight
2. A finger points at the moon, but the moon is not at the tip of the finger.
3. The capacity of the mind is broad and huge, like the vast sky. Do not sit with a mind fixed on emptiness. If you do, you will fall into a neutral kind of emptiness. Emptiness includes the sun, moon, stars, and planets, the great earth, mountains and rivers, all trees and grasses, bad people and good people, bad things and good things, heaven and hell; they are all in the midst of emptiness. The emptiness of human nature is also like this.
4. The truth is to be lived, not just mouthed.
5. As one lamp serves to dispel a thousand years of darkness, so one flash of wisdom destroys ten thousand years of ignorance.
6. Truth has nothing to do with words. Truth can be likened to the bright moon in the sky. Words, in this case, can be likened to a finger. The finger can point to the moon’s location. However, the finger is not the moon. To look at the moon, it is necessary to gaze beyond the finger, right?
7. The meaning of life is to see.
8. Zazen is seated meditation-the opposite of contemplation-the emptying of the mind of all thoughts in order simply to be. In the midst of all evil, not a thought is aroused in the mind-this is called za. Seeing into one’s Self-nature, not being moved at all-this is called Zen.
9. Sit all together in meditation. Become peacefully calm and quiet, without motion, without stillness, without birth, without destruction, without coming or going, with no judgments of right or wrong, neither staying nor going. This, then, is the Great Way.
10. The secret is within your self.
11. The complete teachings of all Buddhas – past, present, and future – are to be found within the essence of every human being.
12. Before you think good or evil, who are you?
13. Because wisdom is innate, we can all enlighten ourselves.

The Immortal Friend (Poem)


The Immortal Friend (Poem)
I sat dreaming in a room of great silence.

The early morning was still and breathless,

The great blue mountains stood against the dark

skies, cold and clear,

Round the dark log house

The black and yellow birds were welcoming the sun.
I sat on the floor, with legs crossed, meditating,

Forgetting the sunlit mountains,

The birds,

The immense silence,

And the golden sun.
I lost the feel of my body,

My limbs were motionless,

Relaxed and at peace.

A great joy of unfathomable depth filled my heart.

Eager and keen was my mind, concentrated.

Lost to the transient world,

I was full of strength.
As the Eastern breeze

That suddenly springs into being

And calms the weary world,

There in front of me

Seated cross-legged,

As the world knows Him

In His yellow robes, simple and magnificent,

Was the Teacher of Teachers.
Looking at me,

Motionless the Mighty Being sat.

I looked and bowed my head.

My body bent forward of itself.
That one look

Showed the progress of the world,

Showed the immense distance between the world

And the greatest of its Teachers.
How little it understood,

And how much He gave.

How joyously He soared,

Escaping from birth and death,

From its tyranny and entangling wheel.
Enlightenment attained,

He gave to the world, as the flower gives

Its scent,

The Truth.
As I looked

At the sacred feet that once trod the happy

Dust of India,

My heart poured forth its devotion,

Limitless and unfathomable,

Without restraint and without effort.
-J Krishnamurti, ‘The immortal friend’, Ommen, Star publishing Trust 1928, Pages 8-10 also quoted in ‘J Krishnamurti’ as I knew him’ by Susunaga Weeraperuma- Motilal Banarsidass- 1996, Pages 181-183.
http://www.buddhanet.net/bvk_study/bvk22a.htm