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




Y esto no es lo que piensan. Es algo que todavía estoy buscando. El viaje que todavía se siguen. La gente toma decisiones y la opinión. Ellos no buscan la verdad. La vida no tiene gol. Propósito de la vida es diferente para todos. No sabemos el futuro. No sabemos de momento siguiente. Nos acabamos de asumir por el futuro. Y nos nutrimos nuestro futuro con esperanza. Esperanza mata a nuestro presente. La esperanza nos distrae de este momento. No siempre, pero a menudo.

Quiero sentarme bajo un árbol de Pipal o Banyan u otro. Y quiero dejar mi cuerpo. Yo no quiero cargar con el cuerpo que yo no pido. Estoy sin forma. Estoy sin cuerpo. Soy sólo una conciencia. Estoy algo incluye emociones y pensamientos. Pero no soy ni emociones ni pensamientos. Estoy conciencia corrompida por las emociones y los pensamientos. Estoy usando este cuerpo. No necesito esto.

Tenía muchas ganas de ser un monje. Me convertí en un hijo obediente. Estaba empezando de mi esclavitud mental. No me gusto Vipassana. No podía ser un monje. Mi padre no me permite ser un monje. Pasó algún tiempo como Shraman sin embargo. A menos que podía ser Shraman.

Todo está relacionado con el dinero. Quiero algo que no está en función de dinero. No puedo ser parte de este sistema económico. Quiero sociedad libre de dinero. La gente debe trabajar para granos, casa, bueno, y el entretenimiento. sociedad dividida no vale la pena vivir.

Estoy un poco celoso de monjes. Ellos viven felices. Sin futuro y el pasado. Quiero morir como un monje. No estoy feliz en este momento. Si me hice monje ahora, la gente me dicen cobarde. Dirían mí persona sin éxito escapó del mundo. Así que estoy esperando el buen momento para cambiar. Quiero ser monje cuando estoy con éxito. No estoy en ninguna competición con otros. No soy ni para ganar ni quedar sin efecto. Estoy en mi lugar.

Pero, ¿quién es esta gente? ¿Por qué estoy en espera de su aprobación moral? ¿Por qué? ¿Cuántos son? Menos de 50, ¿verdad? Ok, puedo estar esperando la aprobación del mismo. Pero cuando llegará ese momento? Tengo que demostrar algo a mí mismo en primer lugar. IfI’m no en competencia, entonces por qué estoy pensando en los demás? Si llego a ser financieramente independiente y rico, voy a hacer un monje. Se supone que tengo que ser budista o Jain Monk. Dao Monk es otra buena opción para mí. Pero Dao no satisface por completo mi intelecto.

Yo espero ‘el momento llegue pronto. Yo espero ‘cuando llegue el momento, yo sería capaz de eso. La gente juzga persone por el dinero, la fama y la riqueza. No pueden entender. I puede ser considerado un cobarde, courageless, pobre. No quiero ser como esto más. 2017 será el último año para mí. Para que no necesito dinero. No necesito la fama. No necesito simpatía.



And this is not what they think.
It’s something I’m still searching for. The journey which is still continue. People make decisions and opinion. They don’t search for the truth. Life has no goal. Purpose of life is different for all. We don’t know the future. We don’t know about next moment. We just assume about future. And we nourish our future with hope. Hope kills our present. Hope distracts us from this moment. Not always but often.

I want to sit under a tree of Pipal or Banyan or other. And I want to drop my body. I don’t want to carry the body which I didn’t ask for. I’m formless. I’m bodyless. I’m just a consciousness. I’m something includes emotions and thoughts. But I’m neither emotions nor thoughts. I’m consciousness corrupted by emotions and thoughts. I’m using this body. I don’t need this anymore.

I really wanted to be a monk. I became an obedient son. It was starting of my mental slavery. I didn’t taste Vipassana. I couldn’t be a monk. My father didn’t allow me to be a monk. He spent some time as Shraman though. At least I could be Shraman.

Everything is related to money. I want something which is not depending on money. I can’t be part of this economic system. I want society free from money. People should work for grains, house, good, and entertainment. Divided society is not worth to live.

I’m a bit jealous of monks. They live happily. Without future and past. I want to die as a monk. I’m not happy at this moment. If I became monk now, people would say me coward. They would say me unsuccessful person escaped from world. So I’m just waiting for the good time to switch. I want to be monk when I’m successful. I’m not in any competition with others. I’m neither to win nor to be defeated. I’m at my place.

But who are these people? Why I’m waiting for their moral approval? Why? How many are they? Less then 50, right? Ok, I may be waiting for approval of myself. But when that time will come? I have to prove something to myself first. IfI’m not in competition then why I’m thinking for others? If I become financially independent and rich, I will become a monk. I’m supposed to be Buddhist or Jain Monk. Dao Monk is another good option for me. But Dao doesn’t satisfy my intellect completely.

I ‘hope’ the time come soon. I ‘hope’ when the time comes, I would be able for that. People judge persone by money, fame and wealth. They can’t understand me. I may be considered a coward, courageless, poor. I don’t want to be like this anymore. 2017 will be final year for me. For that I don’t need money. I don’t need fame. I dont need sympathy.