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The First Enlightenment-Centric Nation is a Reality!!!

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11 hours ago, aurum said:

This dude sets off my fake guru alarm like crazy.

Exactly☠️

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@Knowledge Hoarder

Well the luxury is sacred jewerly, which has been used for more than 10.000 years and he is also reviving tools that help you in your spiritual journey. Which are in fact, surprisingly useful. I myself didn't believe him, what I did? I bougth for myself some blessed and energised rudraksha and experienced directly it's influence in my system. From now on I'm full of rudraksha and I probably bypassed at least 5 years of sadhana just by this. It's easy to talk but to in fact go and check for yourself what everybody is saying is more rare. I mean it's the first thing all masters say, hey don't trust me try it for yourself. I opened my third eyes thanks to his science and methods. That is the best thing it's time tested by millions of people through history, it's sanatana hindu dharma, it truly works. Almost 99% of all spiritual understanding and gurus are from india, so someone who is reviving and doing all the hard work for the sake of humanity is lovely. The point is that is a very integral and all embracing stand point, most people just one some parts of their lives to be afected by their paths, but hinduism is all about integrating all parts of our existance. Also I'm not biased against hinduism, I tried almost all religions and picked the best from all but hinduism seems a true gold mine, the more you dig the better it gets. I'm just taking advantatge of wisdom transmited generations to generation, I'm not going to reinvent the wheel if it works I'm going to use it.

Yeah but I understand that most people are still reluctanct I would also be, but this is such anamazing step in human history that I was sure other conscious beings would have the vision and openmindedness enough to see it. To see what is truly going on and grasp the essence of the avatar of our times. Nithyananda is the guy you would see one thousands years from now and you would say woah, I hope I was alive at that time. But hey avatars just come once in 700-1400 years so we are pretty lucky but as always they are oppresed misunderstood, they make religions of them, false accusations and so forth so on.

Just wanted this as a record and sorry if I was over emotional reactive in the other answers but I was in a hurry and also a bit sad not being able to share this great corner stone in human history, Time will speak, he said millions of people arround the world would manifest powers, everyone laughed now it is a reality, I have also experienced such powers. He said that he would revive kailasa and make an enligthenment-centric nation, everyone laughed, now is a reality. He has taken responsability for the awakening of all human beings in this era, everyone laughed... Time will speak my friends, lots of love. Just give him a try, connect with him, I'm telling you, you will understand, experience and realise all that I'm talking here.

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Anyone who puts on a big, pompous show like that is a fraud, beware of "gurus" like him... Even Oshos's crazy plan to build a community failed, a "enlightenmnet-centric country" is ridiculous😂

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Isn't he just advocating a Hindu version of totalitarianism, rather like Islamic Sharia law for his proposed new Kailasa country? 

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if people fall for shit like this easily, makes you wonder about the credibility of the older teachers lol, they could've easily been cult leaders too.  

I'll stick with meditation.....

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34 minutes ago, Fearless_Bum said:

makes you wonder about the credibility of the older teachers lol, they could've easily been cult leaders too.  

For real, we don't know. It just reminds me to really not glorify any teaching whatsoever. But I still love Jesus and all the rest of them 🙏🏼

37 minutes ago, Fearless_Bum said:

I'll stick with meditation.....

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30 minutes ago, Fearless_Bum said:

if people fall for shit like this easily, makes you wonder about the credibility of the older teachers lol, they could've easily been cult leaders too.  

I'll stick with meditation.....

Many of the people who became his followers had mystical experiences in his presence or dreams about him, and glimpses of enlightenment after attending his programs at the ashram, and other signs that guided them to join. And some still believe in him, despite all the controversies. I don't think they are stupid, it's more complicated than you think. There really has been a lot of psychics, mediums and channelers without any affiliation to his ashram who have said that he is an incarnation of Shiva, I do believe this is true, but that doesn't necessarily mean that he is a good person.

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1 hour ago, Seraphim said:

Many of the people who became his followers had mystical experiences in his presence or dreams about him, and glimpses of enlightenment after attending his programs at the ashram, and other signs that guided them to join. And some still believe in him, despite all the controversies. I don't think they are stupid, it's more complicated than you think. There really has been a lot of psychics, mediums and channelers without any affiliation to his ashram who have said that he is an incarnation of Shiva, I do believe this is true, but that doesn't necessarily mean that he is a good person.

@Seraphim sounds like stories to me honestly. Anyone can say they had an experience.

You realize spiritual experiences are littered with egotism right? 

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47 minutes ago, Fearless_Bum said:

@Seraphim sounds like stories to me honestly. Anyone can say they had an experience.

You realize spiritual experiences are littered with egotism right? 

Yes, spiritual experiences can be deceiving, but they can also be valuable and show us truths. And it would feel boring and restrictive to ignore all intuition, divine signs and guidance, dreams, etc. We are not robots. I know that my intuition is telling me that I should stay away from Nithyananda, he is not supposed to be my teacher and I feel something is off about him. But maybe it's a bit similar to the John of God situation, some people really did get miraculous healings from him, which is why he became so famous and rich, but he was also a bad person who used his position to rape women and will spend the rest of his life in prison.

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I know little about the man so I can't comment on him, only the concept. I wouldn't live there as it takes part of life and over emphasizes it. Also living under a single figurehead of any kind for me is intolerable,  because they can't be held accountable or removed if they do something harmful enough to warrant it. I realise others appreciate this type of government/leadership so I am not looking for the pros and cons.

However everyone receives opposition from the status quo. That's why things change very slowly and also why you receive these answers reflecting experience. A couple more theocracies on the planet won't hurt it much more than other government types have done, it might add something as a collective we lack.

Its isolated on a small island so I don't feel its situation or fate will be the same as Tibet. You need plenty of what spiritual people are inclined to overlook just to hold a non status quo position, let alone make a change. So it will be interesting to see what happens to it. An experiment on an island seems a good place for it. Watch from a far and see what happens.

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5 hours ago, Fearless_Bum said:

@Seraphim sounds like stories to me honestly. Anyone can say they had an experience.

You realize spiritual experiences are littered with egotism right? 

I would argue with you. I watched a picture of him in an specific spiritual transmission and manifested instantly third eye scanning powers I still have now. This may sound ridiculous but just imagine it happens to you, that you are a normal day, watch a picte of someone and boom you can see things you never could see before. In fact, I have to say that Leo has the most beautiful third eye I have seen in any westerners.

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@The Buddha nothing against that stuff, but why make it about someone? 

You're giving another normal guy so much power, and that's dangerous.

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11 minutes ago, Fearless_Bum said:

@The Buddha nothing against that stuff, but why make it about someone? 

You're giving another normal guy so much power, and that's dangerous.

That's actually a good point. It's OK to acknowledge or even praise someone's accomplishments to some degree, but at the end of the day it's about the teachings, not the teacher.

Which is one of the main reasons why I like Leo; he almost never makes it about himself, in fact he warns people to not make mockery of his teaching by focusing on him.


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4 hours ago, BlueOak said:

Also living under a single figurehead of any kind for me is intolerable,  because they can't be held accountable or removed if they do something harmful enough to warrant it.

That is not true. The regulations of the country are as per hindu shastras. Also the essence of the country is that you become one and the same with the guru, that you wake up to your true nature.

4 hours ago, BlueOak said:

So it will be interesting to see what happens to it. An experiment on an island seems a good place for it. Watch from a far and see what happens.

 

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For time immemorial, in the Vedic civilization, in ancient India enlightened masters were the state heads. They were called “Raja Rishi” (Regal Seers) and they were given the highest seat in the court because only they have the capacity to make decisions based on Oneness, without fear or greed as a motivating factor. The only motivating factor for the enlightened masters was enlightenment for all, so all socio-political decision were based only on making humans experience the highest consciousness and reach their highest potential.

The ancient south Indian kingdom called Pandyas with Madurai as its capital, was one of the most culturally and spiritually advanced civilizations. It always considered its spiritual head as it political, economical and cultural head. The political rule (Arasatchi) could not be separated from the economic rule (Porulaatchi), and neither of these can be separated from the core principles of the land. The Pandyas considered Kamika Agama (scriptures on the science of living an enlightened life) written by Paramashiva (who is the original author of Yoga) as the core spiritual guide for the people and the kingdom. Thus, the political understanding of the people and the nation could only be made with someone who was a master of the Kamika Agama, who understood its principles deeply.

Yeah, the idea is that the country works as the vatican but with enlightenment hindu techniques that have been proved succesfull in the past. It's to revive the oldest civilization still alive on earth, more than 10.000 years old and still going on. Humanity has two options to wake up, at least a bit, one is zen and the other one is hinduism. Zen is great but for me it lacks ground and time-tested technology and sciences. India is the only one that could set up a conscious centric society. The sole purpose is the flowering of all beings in this planet and the enriching of other countries. If you make research about the integral approuch of all dimensions of life to make a conscious society is truly amazing. There is something very important going on, this is the future of earth and the developing of human consciousness. This sooner or later will be the case for all nations, evolution is unstopable and this is the starting point. But hey, I'm the first one who has always said test it yourself. I've tested Nithyananda and he has showered me with so many blessings it's unbelievable. For example chant his mantra, Om Nithyananda ParamaShivoham, with him in a video in youtube and see how you feel. Watch his ecstatic samadhis, where different deities and masters manifest trough them and see how uplifted you feel. It's easy to talk and to discuss but when you connect with a master, the whole world bends it's knees to you, guru pays your karmas, changes your destiny, he takes care of all your life. Guru tantra yoga, guru connection or guru oneness is the easiest path to awekening. Just test him, forget everything and connect with him, I'm telling you all the people who encounter nithyananda and connect with him are radically touched and transformed in ways words cannot convey.

Also just give a very short background of his life, so that there is reasearch and not only words:

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  •   Recognized as an Incarnation of Paramashiva at a very tender age by a group of enlightened beings who know the science of incarnation as per Hinduism
  •     Reviver of Kailaasa, the Enlightenment Civilization, the greatest Hindu nation
  •     Declared as successor Of Arunachala Sarvajnapeetam by Guru Parampara
  •     Coronated as Guru Maha Sannidhanam (Pontiff) of Thondaimandala Aadheenam, the oldest monastic university, at the tender age of 10 (in 1998)
  •     Founded: The mission Nithyananda Sangha at age 21 (in 1999) – to Revive the Enlightened Civilization
  •     Founded Adi Kailasa at age 25 (in 2002)
  •     Declared as Successor of Bhagyanagara, Sripura Sarvajnapeetham (2004)
  •     Reviver of Adi Pallava Sarvajnapeetham in the year 2007
  •     Declared as Mahamandaleshwar of Mahanirvani Akkada in 2007
  •     Coronated as Successor of Kasi Sarvajnapeetha at age 30, in 2008
  •     Coronated as 293rd Guru Maha Sannidhanam of Madurai,SHYAMALAPEETHASARVAJNA PEETHAM the oldest Hindu papal state and the monastic kingdom at age 34 (in 2012)
  •     Officially coronated as Mahamandaleshwar (Supreme Spiritual Head) of Maha Nirvani Akhada largest apex monastic order, the youngest Mahamandaleshwar at age 35 (in 2013)
  •     Declared as Acharya Mahamandaleshwar of Atal Akhada (the oldest monastic order in Hinduism) at age 35 (in 2013), by Acharaya Mahamandleshwar Sukhdevanandji, the then incumbent spiritual head.
  •     Coronated as Guru Mahasannidhanam of Thanjavur Aadheenam (2014)
  •     Coronated as Guru Mahasannidhanam of Vedaranyam Aadheenam (2014)
  •     Coronated as Guru Maha Sannidhanam of Swargapuram at age 37, Chola Dynasty’s Guru’s lineage from the 13th century (in 2015)
  •     Coronated as Guru Mahasannidhanam of Adi Peetha Kolada Matha in 2015
  •     Elected as a Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism by a congregation of 1000 Hindu leaders (Pontiffs), at age 38 (2016)
  •     Revered as Teacher of Hinduism, most prolific, most viewed, read & watched
  •     Authored 300 books in 26 languages, with over 20 Million books and articles sold, read and downloaded
  •     Over 10,000 hours of discourses, over 1 billion views on social media
  •     Respected as Commentator of all Sacred Scriptures such as Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Shiva Sutras, Yoga Sutras, Ashtavakra Gita, Jain Sutras, etc.
  •     Honored as Leader of Hinduism, the most awarded, internationally recognized Hindu leader
  •     Acclaimed as one of Top 100 spiritually influential living personalities by Watkins Mind, Body, Spirit Magazine
  •     Reviver of Ten ancient Hindu Sampradayas including the Rudrakanyas/ Rudras, Rishis / Rishikas, Bhairavas / Bhairavis, Sanyaasis
  •     Establisher of the Largest Hindu University in the world with satellite campuses in 110 countries
  •     Establisher of 1000+ Kailaasa enlightenment ecosystems
  •     Founder & Reviver of Over 100 Sarvajnapeethas
  •     Collector of The largest Hindu library with over 1 million books, 1 million palm leaf scriptures, and over 20 million digital books
  •     Holder of Three Guinness World Records in the field of Yoga

If you don't see that this is an incarnation you are blind lol. He is the climax of all hindu gurus and dharma. As so he has been considered even before he was born and as so has been considered by all traditions in hinduism.

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Also I strongly recommend you to see one of his videos while on psychedelics, otherwise it's very hard to graps him. I recommend you to watch his oneness capsule transmissions, they are very powerful, you watch three in a row and if you are conscious enough it's pretty likely you will start manifesting powerfull cognitions, insigths and spontanious awakenings.

 

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Hinduism has taken spiritual cultism to a higher level than any civilization in history. If you know much about occultism, you’ll know that these gurus are essentially black magicians who use every occult trick to hypnotize and control people. The same tricks are used in other religions, but Hinduism makes it more personal: the gods are embodied in the gurus; they are superhuman. And they spread their cultism to other societies; it was Indians who brought the “god emperor” system to Tibet, and brought gurus like Osho to the West. The only civilization I can think of that took cultism to this level were the ancient Egyptians, but they’re long dead. Europeans attempted something like it with Hitler and it almost conquered the world. Because it is very powerful stuff that taps into deep human drives and needs.

The word that describes all this is TANTRISM. That basically means using spirituality as a technology of power, via energy transmissions from guru to disciple. In Star Wars, the Sith were Tantrics. Tantric gurus have intense personal energy and charisma and use grand, magical spectacles (see Osho, Hitler), which they use to bend others to their will. This "Kailasa" is clearly a project of Tantrics.

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@Space Lizard Well written and a good point! I have read about this tantric black magic thing but would like to learn more, do you know any good books or texts? I'm assuming you don't consider all spiritual transmissions to be malevolent? So it's still a matter of discerning the teacher's character. I know some yogis warn against these tantric gurus, but also work with transmissions themselves and say that the source of the energy and intention determines the outcome. Also, some teachers have energy naturally radiating from their being, so just being near them is like receiving a spiritual transmission, if I understood it correctly this type of teacher is considered enlightened.

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4 hours ago, Space Lizard said:

Hinduism has taken spiritual cultism to a higher level than any civilization in history. If you know much about occultism, you’ll know that these gurus are essentially black magicians who use every occult trick to hypnotize and control people. The same tricks are used in other religions, but Hinduism makes it more personal: the gods are embodied in the gurus; they are superhuman. And they spread their cultism to other societies; it was Indians who brought the “god emperor” system to Tibet, and brought gurus like Osho to the West. The only civilization I can think of that took cultism to this level were the ancient Egyptians, but they’re long dead. Europeans attempted something like it with Hitler and it almost conquered the world. Because it is very powerful stuff that taps into deep human drives and needs.

The word that describes all this is TANTRISM. That basically means using spirituality as a technology of power, via energy transmissions from guru to disciple. In Star Wars, the Sith were Tantrics. Tantric gurus have intense personal energy and charisma and use grand, magical spectacles (see Osho, Hitler), which they use to bend others to their will. This "Kailasa" is clearly a project of Tantrics.

That's not what tantra is. 

Tantra is a path to enlightenment. Energy practices that have a purpose of generating siddhis are not tantra.

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18 hours ago, The Buddha said:

You will see Nithyanada is in fact the sucesor of almost all hindu traditions and is the supreme pontif of hinduism

No I won’t.

Maybe respecting gurus has more of a tradition in India, but to me it looks like you’re in a cult.

18 hours ago, The Buddha said:

all the non-dual teachings that you praise here come from india.

No they don’t.

Non-duality predates India, hate to break it to you. You can find non-duality in every major religion and culture.

18 hours ago, The Buddha said:

Literally you have to understand that if it's not india, who is going to make such a country?

That’s the exact same logic the west would have used to colonize India.


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