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Re: Dash Avatara

Post by Riju » Mon Sep 17, 2018 5:54 am

kirtu wrote:
Sun Sep 16, 2018 8:52 pm
Hi Riju! Your devotion to the Louts Sutra and your compassion for beings is very admirable!

Of course all the teachings of the Buddha have the single purpose of leading us from common, impure beings to become pure, enlightened beings. This is how the Buddha eliminates suffering in our world.

As the Lotus Sutra teaches the One Vehicle, all the various paths that the Buddha taught have at least two things in common: accumulation of merit and wisdom and eventually the attainment of enlightenment.

The Lotus Sutra talks a lot about merit! One example would be the eight sons of the last Buddha Candrasūryapradīpa from Chapter 1:
Having heard that their father had renounced household life and obtained highest, complete enlightenment, all of them abandoned their kingdoms and also renounced household life. Each caused the spirit of the Mahayana to arise within him, practiced the pure path of discipline and integrity, and became an expounder of the Dharma. They all planted roots of good merit under many thousands of myriads of buddhas.
We should follow their noble example.

As taught in Chapter 17, Description of Merits, we can accumulate great merit by reciting the Lotus Sutra, train in the perfections, eliminate anger and other negativities and master meditation and the accumulation of wisdom. In Chapter 2, Skillful Means, Shakyamuni Buddha praises even the creation of stupas and Buddha images by children at play using dirt and grass.

May all of us accumulate great merit and wisdom through the teaching of the Lotus Sutra and may you, like our teacher in Chapter 3, The Parable, rescue all beings from the burning house of samsara!

"In order to purify the Buddha Lands he will always be diligent and persevering, leading and inspiring sentient beings."

As long as we are diligent in accumulating merit and and wisdom (through mastering meditation), then eventually the higher wisdom dealing with ultimate reality (dealing with cosmic energy, force behind the Buddha's, etc.) will become clearer.

Kirt
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Re: Dash Avatara

Post by The Cicada » Mon Sep 17, 2018 6:56 am

Riju wrote:
Mon Sep 17, 2018 4:03 am
The Cicada wrote:
Sun Sep 16, 2018 5:21 pm

This doesn't add up. Our own solar system has 10 planets, counting Pluto and Niburu.
Guatam Buddha the 16th son of UNiversal Wisdom Excellence in the chapter 7 is not born on our earth at that time. Please read this chapter and everything will become clear to you. That sun had 16 planets.
Which sun? Is it a star we are aware of? Where is it located on the star charts. Be specific.

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Re: Dash Avatara

Post by Riju » Mon Sep 17, 2018 12:27 pm

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Dash Avtara is a sanskrit word. It is mentioned in Vedas. One can get details on the internet . It is mostly mentioned as a part of SANATAN HINDU DHARAM.

Lotus sutra gives the details of the evolution process that mind cosmic energy goes through over a long period of time. The process crosses Paralays and Mahaparlays.

Dash Avtara is the process of evolution that our physical world of 26th plane is following crossing over Parlays and Mahaparlays.

Dash in english means 10 (ten).

Avatara means birth of GOD (ONE) on our planet to push the evolution one step further..

Following are the ten births

1. Fish in the water......After the birth of GOD in water the life in the form of fish started and expanded.

2. Tortoise........The life moved towards the EARTH from the sea in the form of Tortoise who could live life both on earth as well in water.

3. Boar...............The evoultion of an animal took over the earth when the God descended in the form of Boar.

4.Narsingh..........Half huma and half lion. This was the start of intelligence in the form of memory in the animals and became an important source of survival in animals.

5.Bouna.............A sort of animal in the form of intelligent monkey. Here memory and intelligence both play the part and help in survival.

6. Parshurama.......He is a wild and angry man who is able to use axe (instrument of survival) .

7. Rams..............Whole of Ramayana epic describes this man. Basiclly the evolution survival moves towards duty towards family.

8. Krishna.........Mahabharta and Gita are the source of details. The evolution enlarges the scope from family to kingdoms for survival.

9. Buddhas........Human life moves inwards via meditation and acquires WISDOMS for survival

10. KALKI........Human being moves towards MYSTICAL POWERS in meditation and takes oves the earth.



I have written a lot on BUDDAH systems . Now is the time to move over to KALKI process of evolution.

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Re: Dash Avatara

Post by DGA » Mon Sep 17, 2018 9:03 pm

Knotty Veneer wrote:
Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:00 pm
Riju wrote:
Wed Sep 12, 2018 7:45 am

Are you ready for that. As far as I see, you are all entangled in the hinayana/therwada/Mahayana sutra. No one understand or is ready to understand the LOTUS SUTRA . And without understanding benefits will be far from you. Since 2012, I have been visiting Dharma Wheel off and on to explain Lotus sutra.
One can read these posts in the name of Riju/Ram Peswani on this forum.
As far as I see you are entangled in your own delusion.
Everyone who posts at DharmaWheel is entangled in his or her own delusion, to a greater or lesser extent.

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Re: Dash Avatara

Post by anjali » Mon Sep 17, 2018 9:29 pm

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