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The Teachings of Maitreya
06-03-2008, 01:50 PM
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The Teachings of Maitreya
The Base of Maitreya's teachings is the Shrii Shrii Para Maha Yantra. The yantra can be viewed at Please have a look.

The path of the Shrii Shrii Para Maha Yantra begins with the first step with the symbol at the bottom of the yantra, the Iching symblol.

The first step is to awaken your spiritual powers. This is done through meditation and many other spiritual practices, the most important is Maitreya's mantra: hari om shri hung, om nam kevelam, in english it means, the goal of the life is to become divine, and that divinity(God) is everything. So you begin to meditate.

The second step is create an environment where you can continue to be spiritual, because once you start to awaken your spiritual forces you will find that the pull of the material world will draw you back from you spirituallity and you cannot progress. So you create an environment or community where you can progress spiritually.

The next step, is the third, is to sacrafice for that environment you are trying to create. If you are selfish and want things all your way, your environment, which will be a community, will not work. So the third step is to give up self.

The forth step is to submit all to God. If you are successfull in the first three steps you might become egotistic again because you are so great in starting your new environment, but then you submit to God and realize God is doing the things, not you. Or you may become sad because none of the community and environment you were creating did not work. So again you submit to God and realize you are working thought God.

The fifth step you become a universalist. You don't just try to help people around you or certain groups, you then see the whole universe as one and you are trying to help all.

The sixth step you have become a dynamic spiritual force in the universe and the sixth step you advance to automatically. You become a Paravipra.

The seventh step you reach Pure Consciousness, or God.
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10-04-2008, 12:28 PM
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RE: The Teachings of Maitreya

<1>The Baha'i Faith (its essence brought by Bab) is the symbol of universality. <2>Humans will never obtain peace and happiness unless they understand that no matter how great is their power, wealth, position, or philosophy, without a universal point of view and without considering the well-being of the whole universe (in individual and collective endeavors), all is in vain.

<3>If any nation, power, philosophy, religion, or anything, loses this view, it will not last long. Without the universal view, the individual or collective actions will create negative reactions and will bring the downfall of the doer.

<4>We can study history and observe this truth: As long as the original philosophy of a truth which was given by a founder with an expanded mind was followed, the people who followed that expanded philosophy were the conquerors of the hearts of other people. These ideologies spread so fast that it amazes the reader how it was possible. <5>The same ideologies are supposedly presented by the followers of these religions or philosophies in the present age. If these ideologies spread so fast then, why are they not spreading any longer but actually losing their members? <6>The answer is their loss of the universal view. The problem is the narrowness (the dogma) which has crept into the original ideal.

<7>That is what happened to the first four ideals in our Sign. So a new Prophet was necessary (was planned) to come and further the understanding of humanity. This Prophet was Bab (Baha'u'llah). <8>He brought the fifth truth: universalism.

<9>The greatest contribution of this fifth truth can be expressed in one sentence from Baha'u'llah's teaching: If religion separates mankind by causing disunity, IT IS NOT EXPRESSING THE SPIRIT OF GOD.

<10>The oneness of mankind is the pivot around which all the teachings of Baha'u'llah revolve. There are many practical suggestions given by Baha'u'llah in order to create a universal environment and to establish a worldwide justice. <11>Some of these are: acceptance of one language as an international language along with the mother tongue; each community must have a House of Justice, each nation must have a National House of Justice, and an International House of Justice should be established with members selected from the National or Secondary Houses of Justice; and humans must make a systematic effort to wipe out all those prejudices that cause division. "
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10-15-2008, 05:21 AM
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RE: The Teachings of Maitreya
Believe in yourself and then success will itself comes to you. You have given a very good description about teachings of maitreya. Like this very often such posts are seen but one of such post reminds me of story of success which i have seen at
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10-18-2008, 01:08 AM
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sorry but do you know that maitreya isn't come to the human world. so, please this teaching is out of buddhas teaching.
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10-21-2008, 03:24 PM
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RE: The Teachings of Maitreya
The Maitreya Buddha is prediced to. This is not a religion but is a path.
The meditation is a mantra called, Hari Om Shrii Hung, Om Nam Kevelam, The Goal of the Life is to Become Divine, and That Divinity is Everything(God).
Each religion has been put on earth for a reason. Maitreya explains further:


Tablet One

(an important picture did not copy here, go to the eternal divine path to see picture)


<1>Next after The Revelation, the word of God came to Prophet Muhammad. As it is described in The Revelation, both the seven churches and seven seals are descriptions of the seven truths which will be revealed to humanity through Prophets (Angels of the churches).

<2>Therefore, the next Scripture after the Bible was revealed to the Moslems. In fact the Scripture for humanity is one that covers the descriptions of all the seven symbols in The Greatest Sign. <3>The fourth sign ( ) and its Scripture will be considered in this part.

<4>Historically, after Christianity covered a great part of the world for some centuries, the teaching of Christ lost its truth for the majority. Instead of following the example of Christ, people started to follow dogmas about the religion. <5>Therefore, expectations of the coming of another great Prophet increased in this later period.

<6>Prophet Muhammad was the one all were expecting. His mission was to finish the spiritual realization by bringing the fourth seal. <7>With the awakening of the latent spiritual forces (), longing to create the KOHOE (), sacrificing for this ideal (), and surrendering and submitting to Him (), the highest spiritual realization is achieved.

<8>Islam tried to establish this ideal and for a short period of time; it succeeded. We should remember that the Arab civilization then was so primitive that the people used to kill their female children or sell them in childhood. <9>However, after Islam was established, in a short period of time, that same society became the center of world civilization. <10>That shows how, with the proper environment and by following God's Principles, a difference will be made for the progress of man.

<11>The explanation of the advent of Islam given above is historical. The spiritual explanation is that the coming of this new teaching for furthering the course of humanity was part of the promise given to Abram (read the book Children of Abram (Abraham), All Prophecies Are Fulfilled.) <12>Also the coming of Islam had been predicted in The Revelation, when the fourth seal is opened (pale horseman). By adding this teaching to The Revelation, the Bible will become more complete.

<13>The basic teaching of the Koran consists of several points: There is only one God. He is the absolute power. He is just, merciful, and beneficent. <14>There will be a last day of judgment, which is the resurrection from the dead (ignorance) to life (spiritual knowledge). <15>All things in the universe belong to God, and humans should only surrender and submit themselves to Him. In fact, "Islam" means "to be surrendered and submissive to the Lord," and it is this which is the most important message of this religion.

16>Some verses of importance will be described in the following pages for further explanation of the Koran. These verses will not reveal all the truth behind this Scripture and religion, but will clarify that the truths revealed in the Koran are not different than in other Scriptures. <17>Also this will shed light on some parts which have been misunderstood. In the book Readings (The Koran) more verses and truths are revealed.

<18>To make the Koran more universal for those who are not familiar with the name Allah, one can substitute "God" for "Allah" (which are the same) in the verses in order to be able to relate to the truth which underlies the words of the Koran."
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10-29-2008, 03:56 PM
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RE: The Teachings of Maitreya

MATTHEW Chapter 5

"And seeing the multitudes, he went up into a mountain: and when he was set, his disciples came unto him:" (Matthew 5:1)

"And he opened his mouth, and taught them, saying," (Matthew 5:2)

<1>He taught these things to his disciples, not to the people, because the multitudes were only interested in favors and miracles, not the truth.

"Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." (Matthew 5:3)

<2>The poor in spirit refers to those refined Souls who hate evildoings and false teachings ("deeds of the Nicolaitanes" Rev. 2:6). They intuitively know that there is more in life than only physiological satisfaction, safety needs, and pursuance of Maya (worldly attraction).

<3>Therefore, they long for that lasting happiness. They will come to this conclusion that the Kingdom Of Heaven is only within. So they forsake society and try to find the Kingdom Of Heaven within. They become escapists. <4>That is why people will call them poor in spirit, because they do not have the courage to face hardship. So they inherit the Kingdom Of Heaven within, only.

"Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted." (Matthew 5:4)

<5>() Those poor in spirit who have overcome being escapists and instead try to stay in society -- "thy first love" (Rev. 2:4) -- are those who mourn. They are poor in spirit and hate evildoings and false teachings, and they see so much wrongdoing and inequity in society. So they mourn over being oppressed in that environment and are very unhappy as to why they do not receive their fair share. They shall be comforted when the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth comes, and they will receive their fair share.

"Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth." (Matthew 5:5)

<6>() When a person mourns for a while and no one listens to him, he realizes that he is too powerless to be able to gain whatever he wants. So he starts to conform instead of mourn. He becomes a meek person; he becomes submissive. He will endure suffering with patience and without resentment.

<7>However, these are the first people who will submit themselves when the Kingdom Of Heaven comes, and because they consist of the majority of the people, they will inherit the earth.

"Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled." (Matthew 5:6)

<8>() A meek person, however, after being submissive for some time will realize that the reason for all his and others' suffering is because of the lack of righteousness in all levels of society. That is when he will create a strong desire for righteousness. He hungers and thirsts for righteousness to be established. These are the ones who will be filled when the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth is established and righteousness restored.

"Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy." (Matthew 5:7)

<9>() If a person progresses more in understanding himself (overcoming the false ego), he will realize that in all the last four stages, he has been following the demands of his own false ego. He was unhappy about society and was trying to change it because he wanted a fair share for himself.

<10>He had been in his first three chakras which are related to the false ego. However, when he overcomes being selfish about what he wants himself then he creates a great compassion for those in distress. He realizes that overcoming ego is a hard thing, so he creates compassion for those who are lost because of their false egos. He becomes merciful. So he himself will obtain mercy from heaven.

"Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God." (Matthew 5:8)

<11>() A pure in heart is one whose innermost character, feelings, and inclinations are free from moral fault or guilt. He is a man after God's own heart. He is a man who not only is merciful, but has created a universal point of view with utmost compassion for all things in it, so he looks at the universe exactly the way God looks at it. <12>Therefore, he will start to understand how God feels about all things in His universe, and he can see God face-to-face in all the manifested universe.

"Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God." (Matthew 5:9)

<13>() A peacemaker is one who brings harmony, tranquility, or quietness to people internally and externally. These are the ones who not only have reached the state of being pure in heart, but are actively engaged in establishing the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth (establishing Daharma) in order to bring that harmony and tranquility to the world. They are the real Paravipras, who with their spiritual understanding and powers, bring the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth. They are the children of God, because they have completely realized His Will and are trying to fulfill it. They are good children of God.

"Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." (Matthew 5:10)

<14>() These are the ones who have already reached a very high consciousness or Pure Consciousness and have come back to earth in order to establish the righteousness. They have no interest in this external material world for any selfish desires, but are interested in the establishment of the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth in order to see that the proper environment is created for all to progress physically, mentally, and spiritually. They have no fear of being persecuted for their ideology and goal, because they know eternal life is everlasting and forever.

<15>Theirs is the Kingdom Of Heaven (within and without), because these are the ones who are really worthy to assume the leadership of humanity. They will be the Great Paravipras (Maha-Paravipras) who will establish and maintain the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth.

<16>In reality the teaching of Esa finishes here. The rest of chapter 5 is the description of the characteristics of a Paravipra.
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10-31-2008, 05:23 PM
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RE: The Teachings of Maitreya
Tablet One

1- Elected Ones:

<1>Abraham was selected as the first Elected One in order to set the cornerstone of one of The Plans of the Lord. <2>One part of this Plan was to choose a people as an example for humanity, a people who would stand out in history as a pattern for others, and who would be rewarded and punished in order to bring them, and also everyone else, to the realization that the human has no choice but to follow the Laws of the universe and the Will of the Father. The people who were chosen were from the House of Judah.

<3>Before Hebrews became Elected Ones, a large number of mystical religions were on the earth. Many different gods were being worshipped, and the goal of spirituality was either to please the gods for receiving favors or to gain mystical powers for selfish reasons, such as the misuse of social powers by priests and administrators. <4>Therefore, the majority of the people were exploited through many taboos which were created by the priest classes or rulers.

<5>However, the only way possible for all men to progress to their highest potential (physically, mentally, and spiritually) is when an environment is created to allow all to have equal opportunities to grow to the fullest.

<6>In doing so, God chose the Hebrews to carry out the task. He decided to weaken mystical religions, and He destroyed many of the undesirable ones, because they had become a source of suffering for man instead of being used for spiritual progress.

2- Strengthening the Elected Ones:

<7>Through Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Israel), God established the idea of "Hebrews being elected people by the Lord." He brought the Children of Israel to Egypt, increased their numbers, made them suffer there in order to become strong, and chose Moses to be their guide. <8>God allowed Moses to gain all the knowledge of the Egyptians and the people of the Midian, and then gave him the stature of prophethood and power to bring the Children of Israel out of Egypt.

<9>Despite all of this effort, the Children of Israel were not yet ready to become a perfect example for others. God then gave the Hebrews laws and regulations to bring them order and to make them strong and unique from their neighbors. <10>He made them go through great hardships and struggles to develop those characteristics which were necessary for them particularly, and are necessary for any person or group individually, in order to set an example for others and so influence them to bring the Kingdom Of Heaven within and without.

<11>That is the period between the coming out of Egypt until the conquering of the land of the Canaanites. <12>This is also a symbol for those who try to go out of their lower natures (Egypt) to their higher natures (the Promised Land). A great struggle and period of strengthening is necessary.
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11-05-2008, 08:19 PM
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RE: The Teachings of Maitreya
Here are some more of the teachings of Maitreya, feel free to comment:

"Tablet Seven

"Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake." (Matthew 5:11)

<1>His disciples were also of those who would be persecuted for righteousness. The reason humans persecute these people and "say all manner of evil against [them] falsely" is because most men are in the lower nature and do not want to go out of it. <2>That is where they have been all their lives and also everyone had taught them that this is the way to live. So they feel more comfortable to conform than fight against these false teachings and power of Maya (lower nature).

<3>That is why those who go against this rule will be outcast, become different, and people will hate them. <4>The reason is that intuitively deep inside, each person longs to go to his higher self and break the bondage of this world and lower nature. But it needs a very brave person to do so.<5>When a person starts to progress in the spiritual path, he is suddenly confronted with so much opposition. It seems everyone is begging and trying to stop him. However, if he refuses to listen to them to stay in his lower nature, they will hate him.

<6>That is also one of the reasons why after a period of time the religions become diluted by people. The teachings of the founder (Prophet) seem very hard to follow. So a simpler doctrine suited to their own lower natures is adopted and the truth becomes lost by simplified dogmas. <7>That is when the religion dies but its followers will not throw away this dead religion and instead hold on to it until it becomes so distorted that it rots the whole society, "And their dead bodies shall lie in the street of the great city [earth], which spiritually is called Sodom and Egypt;..." (Rev. 11:8).

"Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you." (Matthew 5:12)

<8>This process has been repeated time after time in the past. Yet those who are chosen should keep their "eyes single" toward the goal and rejoice in their path of struggle, because "strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth into life, and few there be that find it" (Matthew 7:14).

"Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men." (Matthew 5:13)

<9>This whole universe was created so that man might reach Pure Consciousness. So those who find the way and try to become Pure Consciousness are the ones who make this system worthwhile, not those who stay in their lower natures and refuse to fulfill the Darma of this universe. That is why they are the salt of the world which gives savour to the world.

<10>However, if these people who have reached some progress fall back, their fall will be great. They will crash to nothingness and become more unworthy than a man in his lower nature. That is why they will be "good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men."

"Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid." (Matthew 5:14)

<11>But those who continue their struggle and progress further in the path to become the light of the world will shine, and they cannot hide it.
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