Andrew108 wrote:Monks may be able to see devas and so on because they are meditating 20 hours a day over months and years. I'm not trying to give a diagnosis to you but I remember in another thread that you have had issues with schizophrenia.
'' What sort of spirits could be diagnosed from this, and how? I ask because of my personal issues with schizophrenia.''
I don't know what type of issues. May be you are interested in schizophrenia from an academic point if view. That is why this discussion is problematic. If you see devas then o.k I'm not debating that. But that you don't do as much Samantha as the forest monks do then there is a question in my mind as to whether the cause of your visions are related to meditation. It makes me feel bad to say this. I'm sorry.
Huseng wrote:...the present mainstream cosmology of materialism claims this is impossible from a perspective of theory and hence they say such things cannot exist.
nirmal wrote:Son needs to see an Enlightened Guru to 'shut' his divine eye for about a year and go into some deep practice guided by the Guru to develop his wisdom.Then the Guru can 'reopen' his divine eye and for all I know, we might have a new Guru among us here.Son's case has been known to happen in this remote part of the world.
nirmal wrote:Son wrote:nirmal wrote:Son needs to see an Enlightened Guru to 'shut' his divine eye for about a year and go into some deep practice guided by the Guru to develop his wisdom.Then the Guru can 'reopen' his divine eye and for all I know, we might have a new Guru among us here.Son's case has been known to happen in this remote part of the world.
That is actually what I've been planning to do. There are no gurus of course, but there is always Buddha. The idea of closing or opening the eyes, I have always found to be confusing. They just seem to be a part of our mind normally, and yet we aren't normally aware of them. So, having an open eye is really just being aware in that sense. Those who have achieved it through meditation and effort, they can close and open it at will. It's different when your awareness is partly just a remainder awareness. What's the word...?
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Tiger wrote:For your information, "Devas" were the gods of the Indo-Aryans and "Ahuras" (Asuras) were the gods of the Iranian-Aryans, who both lived together in ancient history. Eventually a feud erupted between the two classes of gods and their worshipers which finally having resulted in the banishment of all Deva-worshipers towards the East (India). These Indo-Aryans later influenced the mythology of the newly forming religion of Buddhism.
Ahuras (Asuras) were normally the more virtuous ones who abstained from eating meat and taking intoxicants, where as Devas were passionate gods who indulged in all sensual pleasures. Ahuras never demanded animal to be sacrificed to them, where as Devas demanded sacrifice of animals.
English word "Devil" also is etymologically related with the same word "Dev" from which Indian "Devas" came up. So Devas were in fact the more evil ones.
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