Buddha Jesus Christ was sitting beneath a banyan tree at Ganges when he addressed the people:
-Seek first and find the reality of brahman, then everything good will be added to you. (Matthew 6:33)
-I and brahman is one. (John 10:30)
-I AM the light of the world. (John 8:12)
-I AM the truth. (John 8:32)
-I AM eternal life. (John 17:3)
-I AM love. (1John 4:8)
-I AM the way. (John 14:6)
Jesus became silent and a deep silent prevaded everything.
Then Jesus said: Why don't you say something? Some of the Jews wanted to kill me
because of my teaching!
Then a disciple said: Master, why should we say anything? All of us have heard this
One of the teachers said: Atman and brahman is one, even if atman is very small and
brahman is very big.
-It is obvious that if a small candle becomes one with the sun, that candle must be the
light of the world. brahman is the light of the world. If you are the light of brahman, how could you
walk in any darkness?
-Yes, and brahman is all truth. So if you are all truth, how could there be anything else then
-brahman is all life, so if you are one with brahman, you are all life and death cannot touch
-brahman is all love and atman has access to all love, because atman is like its
father-mother the brahman.
-Your way of living the life must be the the highest of all ways of living - the way of
brahman. The ascension is truly yours.
The preist said:...We have here a short synopsis of a translation that was made for us by a
wandering Lama of the Kisu Abu, and with your permission I will read it.
"We are fully aware of the fact that our religious thoughts of today originated about five
thousand years ago, that they are only an admixture so to speak, of the thoughts and beliefs of men
who lived at that time.
Some are myths, others are legends, and some are purely inspirational in character;
yet none of them point to the highest possible attinment outlined, of the Christ of God being
a part of the individual attainment, and the possiblilities of attaining that goal through living a life that
present that ideal. How has it been possible for us to have escaped these things when they have
been so long in our midst?
I can readily see now that Buddha and all of the great and illumined ones, thought thus;
but how we have escaped the true importance of their teaching for so long, living so near to them?
We know that our beloved
attained to this degree by the life he lived. I know that others and the dear one you have met today
have gone far toward this accomplishmemt.
I have seen him go and come at will; yet the people are priest-ridden, downtrodden and miserable.
Why are the people not taught to operate the great law, standing forth as the law?
I can see that in the earlier civilization, each individual did actually know, abide by, and
live, one with this law, this perfect condition.
-Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East volume 3, page 86-87.
...One very old Lama said:" The same beliefs are not shared by Lamas and Yogis. The Yogi cannot
believe that the teaching of any one man can be final; he sees that every human being has access to
all knowledge right within himself, while Lamas are adherents of Buddha alone.
In all probability, each human will unfold and realize his mightiness. A Christian will reach
the Christ conscousness, a Buddhist will reach the Buddha attainment, and so on.
All have their gods, and on every hand one can hear that God made man in his image. All
nations and all peoples have their different gods.
Some have their god of fire, others have the god of harvest, and so on. Each has a better
God than his brother. How am I to understand that God made man in his image, unless from the many
gods set up, I would say that each man made God in his , man's, own image?
-Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East volume 3, page 106-107.
Master Puruji said:"...When we speak of God, we speak of one and all, for all, in all, throuh all and of
all. Should any religous man name his God and say there is no other, his thought is divided. A house
divided unto itself is shattered and must fall. United it does maintain forever.
Choose you whom you will serve. Division is failure and death. Unity in the Father-Mother
Principle is eternal progress, honor, and dominion. A-U-M. A-U-M. A-U-M.
-Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East volume 3, page 121-122.
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