THIS BOOK.Gospel of the 20th Century!

The Life of Alfred Schmielewski

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Rules of life.  This is not a religion but a way of life.

The Yogi doesn't want buildings or a religious movement.  But wants small groups of people to fellow the way. He doesn't want this to turn into a business or have employees or non-profit organizations.

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THE GOSPEL OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY inhuman greed for money and power, their terrible corruption, has been demonstrated for countless generations. Mankind cannot expect any mercy from its leaders, be they kings, emperors, presidents, prime ministers, commissars, pontiffs, or chairmen of Communist parties. Their love of war, their total disregard of human dignity, their terrible crimes against God and the spirit of man, present them as something less than human.
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Greg Henry Waters Group
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215
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English
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Religion / General
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INTRODUCTION
This is an in depth commentary on the
forty Transmission Gathas of the
Patriarchs of Ch’an by a Western Yogi.
The author sets out to ascertain what is
was that the ancient Indian and Chinese
sages transmitted. He attempts to intuit and
explain how it was done, and how the
recipients of the transmission were
prepared for the thunderbolt of sudden
enlightenment. The scriptures state that
what was transmitted was the Mind, or
Mind-Dharma, but that this was no
ordinary mind. It was pure Mind, Mind
itself, stripped to the utmost nakedness or
clearness. This mind was said to be the
Buddha, or the Wisdom of SupremeEnlightenment. The Patriarch
Bodhidharma says in his famous dialougue
with Emperor Wu “ The Dharma is like an
empty space, as vast as the cosmos, with
nothing holy therein. “ (1)
Although the author has a certain degree of
learning in the scriptures and sacred texts
of ancient India, China, Tibet, Persia,
Greece, and Egypt, he is a practicing Yogi
and by no means a scholar, or a Linguist.
Most of his commentary is based on his
inner experiences, which result from his
practice of advanced Yoga, But not on
academia or book learning. Narayana
expounds in his commentary pure
intuitions, arising from an innerrealization, attained by means of Yoga and
by the grace of God.
His commentary is in no capacity
scholarly or linguistic analysis, nor is it an
interpretation of theological axioms or
religious dogma. (The Yogi never wants
any of his work turned into religious
dogma or a religion of any kind.)  


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