YvonneApril 1 2010 at 11:51 AM
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Response to the difference between eastern religion and Christianity
The words have yet to be coined, in any language, that even come near describing how wrong you are.
All religions, every scriptures of every religion, have the same teaching. Different words, symbols and allegories are used, but at the esoteric level of understanding, all mean the same.
The obvious fact that orthodox Christians, having deluded themselves into believing thay have been made privy to special, superior, spiritual information, refuse to accept the teachings in the Bible which do not support theur "INTERPRETATION" of the Bible, does not alter the fact that all world religions teach that we are Gods; that Christ, NOT JESUS, in us is the hope of glory. Your incapacity to grasp this is your problem, not ours.
Because of Buddhist (Esoteric, not Exoteric Buddhism) teaching, I understand where you, and many millions of others are on the path. You have made what we call the first initiation, what you call the birth of Christ. You solar plexus Chakra has opened, flooding your brain with a new and higher frequency charge. This electrical charge will bring you to your twelve year old Jeus-mind point of seeing the need to have this Jeus mind transfigured. From that point, mind cimes under the magnetic pull of our Cosmic Magnet within; that to which Psalm 82.6 makes reference. Our name (and it's just a name) for this Cosmic Magnet is the Monad.
A Center, or Chakra if one prefers the Hindu, is likened to a battery in which is stored the next spiritual stage on mind development. These Centers/Chakras are not physical things but vortices of enerby of a certain frequency. You have feen flooded with (also a hint as to the meaning of the Deluge) with electricity of a certain frequency (quality) and at this time, and for a while, maybe several lifetimes, you will feel as if God is sending you messages. It is not God sending you these messages. It is your mind quality.
Read my post on Truth. No, it did not originate in my head, but in the mind of someone who really has "let that mind which is in Christ be also in them." A Master of the Wisdom.