Krishna Says…

krishna tells us the wise do not upset the minds of the ingnorant, they choose to be ignorant, & will only stop being ignorant with time…

na buddhi-bhedam janayed
ajnanam karma-sanginam
josayet sarva-karmani
vidvan yuktah samacaran

“Let not the wise disrupt the minds of the ignorant who are attached to fruitive action, they should not be encouraged to refrain from work, but to engage in work in the spirit of devotion. ”

just like children, who are puzzled by the universe & beyond, confused by terrestrial life, they wander about in delusion, but you cannot be angry, they will understand once they have grown up…
when will they grow up… thats simple, when they grow up…

this sense of freewill is a lie in the brain, what happens happens, we are not actors but simply re-actors, just a domino in the line getting knocked about life…But the ignorant thinking they are “doers” simply will not realize this until they are ready..
we dont pick a fruit from a tree until its ripe, that would be foolish it will only taste sour…
so dont try to worry the mind with the suffering of others, they have chosen this, thats karma, even if you told them all the way to escape suffering, they will identify with the local body & will not listen to you anyways…

so dont ever try to enlighten others instead tell people to do good works, be loving, and work out of love for your deity(whether their “deity” is a personification of God, their child, or even money…)
when they are ready they will come, or perhaps they will go somewere else… then they to will disappear into God…

who am i , what am i, what is this, why is this…
its all just nothing, nothing, nothing!

in Hinduism the sages say ; Neti Neti (truth is neither this nor this alone)

how true, truth is all encompasing, taking in account all things…

Buddha said net neti when he called the truth shunya or “emptiness”…
How appropriate “emptiness”!
everything is empty, everything is whole, everything is without true identity….

stay with the question, until you disappear…

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Why Jesus(God) prayed to God

Many people have asked why Jesus Prayed to God, who he is…

Jesus it would seem saw God in all things, & all things in God.
He called it the holy Spirit, just as Buddhists call it Shunya, & the Hindus call it Brahman…

In liberation teachings(of really any people) they tell us that the supreme is all things, each body is but a particle of his grace…
just as pots and jars cant be anything other than clay, names & forms cant be anything other than God.

so in the context of liberation teachings, Jesus’ actions made alot of sense…
Ya see. in Prayer Jesus meditated deeply on the holy spirit which is like the wind, of the nature of space… He realized that he himself is Christ… That the holy spirit lived within him….
(in India, the portion of the Holy Spirit; or Brahman that dwells within a body is called the soul or Atman…)
He preached through prayer & unshakable faith one reached the Spirit, By meditating on the spirit in worship, the individual disappears and all that exists is Christ, The Spirit Supreme.
He also preached Good works, for by through undiscriminating Charity & love, we give of our self freely & are content with what the Lord Gives us in this life.

He saw all beings as come from the Spirit, which is pure love, which Jesus called Christ(lit. trans: annointed one) or the holy spirit, & also Father…

The trinity is comprised of the Father, the son, & the Holy spirit…
The Father is the Spirit of fate that is the doer of all things in this world…This is the portion of God we pray to for assistance.
The Son is Christ, the Super-Soul, the portion of God that dwells within all beings and gives them life…
The Holy Spirit is all that is, The Father, and The Son… all things come from the spirit, and thus in one form or another all things are the Holy Spirit…

It becomes so clear, once one passes through the haze of delusion one sees the spirit in all things, and all things in the spirit…

Jesus realized his own nature as Christ, but he couldnt go around saying im God and your not… that would be delusion…
so what did he do, he prayed to God…

Jesus switched between seeing many particles of the one true God, thus he saw the Sons& the father….
we are all the Children of God, particles(like blood cells) of God… we are literally the body of God!
The Son is the inner Holy Spirit,
The Father is the outer Holy Spirit…
Jesus was The Christ… His name was Jesus of Nazereth
“me & my Father are one”- Jesus

So when in Meditative prayer, Jesus saw that he was God, eternal & supreme…
But when he interacted with others he saw them as Brothers, and prayed to the Father as the head of his spiritual family….
So when existing in the dualistic world, he was the Son of God…
But when he freed his mind of Duality all that is left is God…

It makes so much sense, Jesus preached love, he saw us all as one family, and taught us of the Spirit Supreme,that spirit of life by which all things are done, & without which nothing can be accomplished..

However Jesus lived in a time of pagans and hebrews… the Hebrew followers adopted him as a messiah attaching their scriptures to him, and the Roman pagans described him as a deity much like their own pagan gods..
these corruptions were cemented in time by the catholic church, which formed the basis of further Christian religions..
Christ wanted to teach us to come from that genuine place of the heart, and leave behind the worship of idols either in chuches or held within our minds…

I find Christ to be a hero and truelly one with God…
Jesus new that to see this Holy Spirit one must become like a little child, a return to innocence, to throw up the fruit of mortal knowledge in order to see the Holy Spirit of Christ
-AMEN