Thursday, July 8, 2010

Baruch Spinoza and the Nazarene - Namaste !


I had to read Baruch Spinoza, Albert Einstein, Carl Sagan, the Isha Upanishads, Siddhartha and the Zohar to understand what Jesus was talking about. In the aramaic, Jesus (Yahshua the Nazarene) always calls "God" Abwun. (Aba Father) or "Father in Heaven" - the letters also mean the cosmic Light within all things (Aleph+ Bayt) . Slowly Christians are starting to see that Jesus was some sort of Master of Tao (The Way) who saw that the Light exists in everything so that the 1st Law is the same as the 2nd Law. Love God (the Light within ALL) as your neighbor, as yourself - whatsoever you do to the least of your brothers that you do unto me. Jesus says "I am in my Father (Abwun) and I am in you and you are in me (John 14:20) Once you realize that everything is connected you cannot harm another - I think the Buddha also says that, so do not hate, show only kindness, compassion and understanding. Then you will discover the true Light that Jesus was talking about. - Within yourself. Luke 17:21

Namaste (the Light in me sees the Light in you)

"I honor the Spirit in you which is also in me." -- attributed to but not claimed by author Deepak Chopra
"I honor the place in you in which the entire Universe dwells, I honor the place in you which is of Love, of Integrity, of Wisdom and of Peace. When you are in that place in you, and I am in that place in me, we are One."
"I salute the God within you."
"Your spirit and my spirit are ONE." -- attributed to Lilias Folan's shared teachings from her journeys to India.[citation needed]
"That which is of God in me greets that which is of God in you."
"The Divinity within me perceives and adores the Divinity within you."
"All that is best and highest in me greets/salutes all that is best and highest in you."
"I greet the God within."
"The light in me sees the light in you" -- attributed to Bridget Laureira's experience with yoga practice in New York City.

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful. I see you !

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  2. Thanks for reading and liking my Blog post - Baruch Spinoza and the Nazarene : Namaste. I really do think that Jesus was some sort of Taoist, Yogi Kabbalah master that truly "realized" the yod-heh - Divine Light that exists within everyone and everything. The more I read the sacred mystical texts of East and West this is becoming clear. If only the World could recognize his True message of Unconditional Love.

    Namaste, Love and Light. Shalom

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  3. That is my hope as well, my friend; that all those in this world will recognize the true message of Unconditional Love and of our unity/oneness/connectedness.

    In this age of technology, we have access to wisdom of different ages from around the world. We can view our small planet from space - one world. Our technology not only enables us to converse with others anywhere in the world, but also helps bypass language barriers with translator tools. Hopefully we can all learn to get past our preconceived notions of each other and learn we are not different after all. That we are, in true essence, one.

    Namaste _/|\_

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  4. Inspiring blog !!Keep up the good work !!
    Literal meaning of Namaste:
    It is derived from Sanskrit namah - I bow in reverence; aste - to you. Which essentially means,'I bow in reverence to the Brahma/Universal Spirit/Universal Conciousness which dwells in you, in me and the entire creation.

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    1. dwells in you, in me and the entire creation........... lovely, and I agree... but as yet am to meet anyone whom overtly reveals such an entity to me which is not surprising being that my own god with rarely reveals herself yet I'm always experiencing her guided hand

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