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Thursday, December 08, 2005

Buddha Boy from Nepal intro with photo


Here is a picture of Ram Bahadur Bomjan who for lack of a better name is being called the Buddha boy.
Below mixed in with pictures of us and the area are pictures of his mother Maya Devi as well as his brother.
This story continues here.

15 Comments:

Blogger Mayuresh said...

Hi,

I was wondering if we can use this photo on wikipedia article on Ram Bamjan. Your photo is the clearest one we have seen to date.

- Mayuresh

12:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Namaste.

I can totally understand this total meditation of the "Buddha Boy", for a period of 4 years I meditated for 5 to 6 hours a day, now that is not a 24 hour day, but I can tell you, when you meditate alot, you TOTALLY LOSE INTEREST in this world, and in fact, if feels like you are drugged with the infusion of life force…..

During this time for me, many master teachers visited me, I was taking Darshan as I was meditating with LIGHT BEINGS….. I was taken to other worlds….. why would this be so strange for him not to have any interest in this world?

When you go deeper and deeper into meditation, you clearly know and see the illusion of this world. Meditation becomes a DRUG for you, it is the highest high, not even to mention getting to visit the Valley of the Immortals without moving your human body is great. You begin to truly realize, where your thought is, you truly are.

Most can not sit in meditation for too long becuase the outer world of personalities override the innter worlds...

During my deep meditation times, I did not have the DISTRACTION of family, friends or things in this world calling me. This is wonderful to hear.

Namaste

9:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Higher Consciousness

Spiritual approaches to consciousness involve the idea of altered states of consciousness or religious experience. Changes in the state of consciousness or a religious experience can occur spontaneously or as a result of religious observance. It is also maintained by some religions and religious factions that the universe itself is consciousness.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sanskrit word Yoga

Since there is no cognizance to these three stages (ed. Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi), they are not bound by time or succession. The result is that they exist independently and also exist simultaneously. Any one, two or three can exist at the same time. When the three stages exist simultaneously then it is called (ed. Samyamah) the simultaneous existence.

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