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  1. I think people are ignoring the literal esoteric meanings here. A person who eats meat literally becomes more beastly. They Have stronger sexual cravings and their mental state becomes more sluggish. It is possible that when a person eats a lion the lion's essence or soul aspects become absorbed by the human. Like they merge in a way, and this could be a very big realization boost for an animal. Sort of like a disciple in the presence of a master.
  2. (55) Jesus said, "Whoever does not hate his father and his mother cannot become a disciple to me. And whoever does not hate his brothers and sisters and take up his cross in my way will not be worthy of me.“ My interpretation: This one means that you have to disregard all help from all sources to reach true harmony and balance. Help from others is a poison. And anything that poisons the self should be hated. It is very extremist, but true that a person should not allow people to overly kind and generous because it hinders spiritual and personal growth. One must learn to rely on no one and be comfortable being alone.
  3. I think here Jesus is referring to himself. "The world" is himself and he is setting fire to himself and "guarding" himself and his actions.
  4. Are the Nag Hammadi versions of Bible texts such as, for example, the gospel of Thomas authentic? Some would say that they are not authentic because they have contradictions with the Bible, but is that a valid proof? Here is an example of someone making the argument: Edit: Went ahead and just made a quora on it: https://www.quora.com/Are-the-Nag-Hammadi-versions-of-Bible-texts-such-as-for-example-the-gospel-of-Thomas-authentic-Some-would-say-they-are-not-authentic-because-they-have-contradictions-with-the-Bible-but-is-that-a-valid-proof It would seem their are too many contradictions in the bible to consider it a valid basis for comparison.
  5. I like this. Because for me I had to begin working to really find something i have a talent for. I couldnt find it consciously. And at the time, getting a job at a grocery store didn't seem like the straight path towards getting better at something i was interested in. But it definitely was.
  6. God , or the path of truth, will take you naturally down the road of specialization. People that are unpeaceful usually are walking in 10,000 different directions.
  7. Just thinking about it... A lot of mystical traditions believe in thought forms. Sort of like our ideas are some type of form/substance within our aura. We are somehow continually captivated by them.. Just an idea, but What if dream catchers somehow tangle up and "catch" a person's 'thought forms'? thoughts?
  8. Apparently Tian De was apart of their group , but i havent seen any demonstrations by him on video.
  9. The Book of Revelation is about opening 7 seals on a scroll and each time one opens, the creature that corrisponds to the charkas horoscope sign comes out. Finally when all 7 are open there is 30 minutes of silence. The book is about an "apocolypse." An apocalypse (Ancient Greek: ἀποκάλυψις apokálypsis, from ἀπό and καλύπτω, literally meaning "an uncovering") is a disclosure of knowledge or revelation. In religious contexts it is usually a disclosure of something hidden, "a vision of heavenly secrets that can make sense of earthly realities".[1] The book (if you can call it that) is clearly just some stolen Hindu/Tibetan Buddhist ideas.
  10. The New Testament with The Book of Revelation is clearly just a description of opening the chakras.
  11. Maybe seventh day is referring to seventh chakra?
  12. Well he highlighted a part of the map...which is China. 3 8 9 14 1 then placed 5 numbers in the header. C H I N A (also five letters)
  13. The Japanese books written by Tadashi Kanzawa have been translated into English. Kanzawa was featured on the History Channel as a "Stan Lee's Superhuman" for his abilities to put various animals to sleep using "ki". The books were mostly translated by a Neurology/Physiology graduate Nimish Pratha and are currently being sent to people for free for a promotion. http://www.wheelofknowledge.org/app/bookpromotion/offer.php The books are mostly centered around healing. His abilities to put animals to sleep seem to be connected with healing the animals through Kiryo or "nerve transmission exchange" and causing them to relax and feel un-threatened.
  14. Imagine if you took out a piece of paper and thought about anyone you may have wronged in the past, for whatever reason, and wrote down their name. Now, overtime, you went to each of those people and asked for forgiveness. What impact does that have on you moving forward? What impact does that have on them? What impact does that have on society? Do they feel more divine? Do you feel more divine? Theoretically, this exercise should remove unwanted thought activity from your cerebrum, stimulate your brain stem and cause you to feel more deeply.
  15. Well I believe the heat sensation is a warning sign that the "container" (lower dantien) is full. There are quotes from Wang Liping's book, quotes from ancients, that talk about not letting the pot get too hott because it is dangerious. And then you also have John Chang warning of Lower dantien rupture, when it gets too full. Just connecting dots.