Epistemes wrote:Does one even really need visions or dreams to predict the future? I mean, we Americans knew a recession was in store long before it ever happened. Likewise, astute analysis of current trends and demographics often leads to some very likely scenarios.
Jikan wrote:When I have dreams that point to the future, it's always trivial stuff. Night before last I had a dream of making a wrong turn and having to drive on a steep highway overpass in the rain, and the car started to act up. The next day, I made a wrong turn and consequently drove over a steep highway overpass in the rain, and the car started to act up... and everything was fine.
nirmal wrote: I told my Master about them and he advised me to do more chanting so that what I see in my visions could be avoided and changed for the better.
I chanted for about four hours and passed the merits onto him.He came back alive.Doing extra chanting(repetition of mantras) helps if we want something that we see in our visions not to happen even for trival stuff.
ghost01 wrote:The clarity of what I was saw was remarkable, but that's about the extent of things I've experienced.
Aemilius wrote:I don't know about future, I have meditated the past epochs, eras and periods in Geology. They form fascinating material for contemplation. You get some sense of the vastness of time in a concrete way, and other important insights.
nirmal wrote:Mahayana Meditation
These are the possibilities for our own meditations but nobody has given instructions like this before. One might well ask, why? To me it is very wonderful. There have been so many "Bodhisattvas" but they have not set forth such meditations. Mr. Chen laughed at this strange circumstance and then repeated: Yes, wonderful. And difficult to understand. There was, as we have mentioned, the sutra and shastra study school for the Prajnaparamita but not one devoted to its practice. Such a state of affairs is very extraordinary and I am sorry to have to report that it is so. Therefore, we must set up such practices for the real practitioners who wish to follow this way.
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