"The kingdom of God is within you"
From the canonical Gospel, we learn about the wandering life and the philosophical views of the Christian Messiah. It is amazing, because if we delve into the essence of the Christian scriptures, we can discern the hidden symbolism that directly points to the practice of meditation. Without immersion in self-knowledge, the adoption of the laws of the New Testament is impossible. In the depths of the symbolic beliefs of the epistle from John and Matthew, there is a secret explanation of internal processes at the energy level during prayer.
The last book of the New Testament - the Apocalypse is most of all devoted to the essence of the process of self-knowledge and self-control. Here we find not prophecies and warnings for the future, but a description of the structure of a sensitive inner world of a person and its possibilities. To fully comprehend the greatness of the revelations of the Apocalypse, it is necessary to actively practice deep self-absorption.
If you carefully analyze and compare the ethical instructions of Jesus with the prophecies of the Old Testament, you will notice a tangible difference between the truths of the two philosophies. The influence of the moralistic views of Buddhist and Vedic teachings is clearly felt in the ideology of Jesus.
The teachings of Jesus Christ are based on the highly spiritual norms of divine mercy and love, which define the basic principles of Buddhist traditions. His philosophical views differ significantly from the ideology of the Old Testament. This is what gave rise to a lot of doubts among the Christian people about the compatibility of these two teachings.
The formation of Christian philosophical norms was clearly influenced by the Indian religious traditions of the Vedanta school. In the teachings of Christ, his moral statements about the endlessness of spiritual divinity are heard: "You are Gods," "The Kingdom of God is within you," "I and My Heavenly Father are One." The statement of the Vedic religion is based on this.Eternal Body - Absolute Consciousness
Staying in a state of God-realization is called Shiva Svarupa Samadhi in the scriptures of Hinduism, which is characterized by staying at the highest level of one's spiritual realization and generating Divine Consciousness. A person who has achieved complete harmony with himself is rewarded with Divine Grace in all areas of his life, Grace also descends on the physical matter of the body. Such a practitioner ceases to be an ordinary person, acquiring the features of a God-man, and becomes a real yogi.
The eternal existence of a material body is a natural process on the path to higher self-knowledge, but it is far from the end point of one's own realization. An immutable body is only a marginal result of perfect God-realization. One of the most famous examples of achieving the highest level of self-knowledge and God-realization was the Himalayan enlightener and yogi of the highest level Mahavatar Babaji and his closest disciples. Only a small number of the greatest practitioners of the philosophy of knowing all corners of their inner universe revealed their names to the world, including Gorakhnath, Matsyendranath, Nagaraj, Boganatar, Agastya Muni, Mahatma Moriya, Patanjali Muni, Mahatma Koot Hoomi, Sundar Nath and others.
These unique personalities have become living evidence that life in harmony with oneself becomes possible when a person comprehends the unknown distances of his knowledge, for which he will certainly be rewarded with the highest divine grace.
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