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Is The Buddha from Nepal or India? Learn from spiritual archeologist, Harvey Kraft, that Buddhist scriptures have themes that appear in Christian scriptures and understand how his new book, The Buddha From Babylon, challenges the traditional Buddhist legend of isolation.
How advanced was the Buddha's view of Existence? Harvey shares his shocking revelation of a 2,500 year old “Theory of Everything/Connecting You and the Universe!” (www.buddhafrombabylon.com)
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Buddha means “Awakened One”, someone who has awakened and sees things as they really are. According to AboutBuddha.org , a Buddha is a person who is completely free from all faults and mental obstructions. Because he has awakened from the sleep of ignorance and has removed all obstructions from his mind, he knows everything of the past, present, and future, directly and simultaneously. Moreover, Buddha has great compassion which is completely impartial, embracing all living beings without discrimination. Another important fact...The Buddha always drank coffee!!!
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The author, speaker and transformational leader had been a student of Buddhism for forty-five years. He is a spiritual archeologist adept at interpreting ancient mythic language. He wrote The Buddha from Babylon after 15 years of extensive research fulfilling his personal quest to unearth the meaning of Buddhist wisdom.
According to new research, before he attained enlightenment, the historical Buddha may have been a seer-stargazer and the philosopher-king of Babylon. In a compelling, alternative biography of the Buddha, author Harvey Kraft asserts in The Buddha from Babylon that in the sixth century B.C.E. Siddhartha Gautama embarked for India after a Persian general seized the throne on the heels of an assassination of the Emperor and the purge of Babylon’s religious order.
The book then follows Siddhartha to India where he achieves Enlightenment and unveils Buddhism’s grand cosmic vision of Existence — a deep revelation that echoes today’s quantum cosmology, espouses pacifism and compassion, and predicts a future of harmony for humanity.
Tonight, Rashmi Khilnani returns to Guy's Guy Radio to discuss her third channeled book, Buddha Speaks: To the Buddha Nature Within. A renowned global metaphysical teacher and international lecturer, she has taught Reiki Masters, doctors and scientists around the world the secrets of the Mystery School teachings.
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Wednesday, May 14, 6pm EDT: Mitchell's guest this evening is Buddha Maitreya the Christ, is said to be the American-born reincarnation of the Avatar, born in Oregon in 1951. Enthroned and given ceremonies of recognition within all the major Tibetan Buddhist lineages, his recognition process began when he was 9.
Buddha Maitreya is a meditator and healer and suggests simple meditation and living a life of harmlessness as his main teaching.
Since 1975, he has offered healing centers in the West providing meditation and self-healing through energetic medicine. This includes his own Shambhala HealingTools which radiate his Monadic, Soul-filled blessings - making it easier for people to gain the benefits from self-healing and meditation.
In 2006, together with his wife, Mandarava Tara, he founded the Buddha Maitreya Shambhala Vajradhara Monastery in Lake County, California. A Planetary Healing & Wellness Center designed with sacred geomancy..
Buddha Maitreya provides weekly OM Pyramid Meditations live online from the monastery.
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Tune in to hear what will be one of the first broadcasts made by Buddha Maitreya on the public airwaves as he speaks with Mitchell about what the world needs now to heal and transform into humanity's next level of its evolution.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for a powerful dharma teaching in simple, straightforward language.
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Rashmi Khilnani, author of Buddha Speaks
Designed to provide powerful transformational healing through the words of the Buddha the Indian spiritual leader who lived more than two thousand years ago this book explores how the wisdom of the past can be understood and applied in the here and now, providing important insights into our world. Author Rashmi Khilnani, an expert on the Ascended Masters, emphasizes many of the historical Buddha's teachings on detachment and the causes of pain, suffering, and ignorance, placing them in a contemporary context for the modern reader. Topics include bringing meditation into every aspect of your life, including eating, sleeping, and waking; and becoming centered in detached awareness. Buddha Speaks is a simple, highly accessible, down-to-earth roadmap for everyone who seeks spiritual wisdom.
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ANCIENT BLACK BUDDHA
The statues of ancient Buddahs of the East depected him as having wolly hair is always shown in corn rows, or in a pepper corn style with small tight curls. Original statues of Buddha clearly show him to be Africoid, with the wide nose, thick lips and frizzy, nappy, hair which are distinctive Negro characteristics. In most ancient temples throughout Asia where he is still worshipped, he is shown as jet Black. In fact, in most of the ancient temples of Asia and India, statues of the gods and goddesses have Africoid features with woolly hair in the pepper corn style, while some even have dreadlocks. These pictures of Buddha portray him in no uncertain terms as a Negro with kinky, coiled hair, a flat nose and full lips.
There are absolutely no historical records that portray Buddha as Aryan or White.
The first people who conceptualized and worshipped the divine image of the Negroid mould of humanity were the Negroes, and they actually started the practice of Buddhism, the world's first missionary religion. Buddha was an Enlightened Master from the Sakya clan of the Naga Race, and was the first man on earth to preach the great principles of equality, liberty and fraternity. He caused the Nagas to become conscious of their own mind power as opposed to the mantra power.
Buddhism, whose doctrines include the Golden Rule, was established 500 years before Christianity in the area now called the Middle East (Africa). Buddha is not a name but a title meaning Enlightened One, Blessed One, or to Become awake. Over the centuries, there have been several recorded Buddhas like Gautama, Sakayanumi, and Siddhartha. Black Buddhist missionaries introduced Buddhism to China, Japan and other countries.
Theresa Maher's’s life theme has been that of change and a continuous evolution. Through this profound way of life, she was exposed to the experience of living in every situation imaginable from homelessness and poverty in childhood to wealth for a period of time, and just about else everything in between.
Variety has also penetrated the roles Terri has experienced in life. She has walked the path of pain, loneliness and depression, but also enlightenment and that of an inner, peaceful spirit. Her roles in life have covered a broad spectrum ranging from wife and mother to that of a struggling single empty nester. She has been a performer, writer, subordinate and leader. As a nurse she felt privileged to love people through their last breaths, and as a teacher, help adults raise self-esteem through finding their fullest potential. Pursuing the bulk of her higher education later in life, she is presently completing a second master’s degree in preparation for licensure to practice psychotherapy. In the meantime, she volunteers educating the community about Alzheimer’s disease, running support groups and volunteering in community organizations with the intent to help work towards alleviating hunger.
Spiritually, Terri claims no religious affiliations, but strongly embraces the teachings of Christ and Buddha. She is a sensitive, but chooses not to pursue an external metaphysical focus except for encouraging people to find and exist through their own spirituality.