Blueprint for a Golden Age Series  July 2004

"The Heart has its reasons, which reason knows nothing of."
- Blaise Pascal

Preface for Part I at

For one to master the holistic laws of the holographic universe and "kingdom of heaven within us", it is important to understand and apply the highest divine attributes of woman as well as man, heart as well as mind, East as well as West, and our non-linear connection to All That Is as well as the linear sense of space/time that still embraces the holy whole.

Understanding Buddhic Compassion at the Heart of it All

PART I -- by Christopher Rudy

Few are the Westerners in the left-brain secular mindset (linear paradigm) who understand and appreciate the amazing story of Padma Sambhava who founded Tibetan Buddhism in the eighth century A.D. as a disciple of Gautama Buddha.

This story is important to those who are serious about the path of evolutionary ascent because the divine Buddhic attribute of holy compassion provides the foundation of loving kindness at the heart of higher mental Christic commeasurement.

It was Padma Sambhava who took the Teachings of the Dharma (greater LOVE) to the nomadic people of Tibet. This is the simplest yet most profound teaching of the Law of the One, the Circle of wholEness and the Wheel of Life whereby we keep coming back into embodiment over and over till we learn the first law of love is for~giving... simply because what goes around comes around. This is the common sense that is too often uncommon; that holy compassion in the spirit of loving compassion is what makes the world go round.

Whether in the laws of physics (action~reaction), biology (stimulus~response) or theology (reap what you sow), this is the first law of free will and self-fulfilling prophecy whereby we can achieve what we conceive and believe... in matter (on Earth) as in Spirit (Heaven).

The higher the concept of God is Love
in heart and mind, frequency and form, spirit and matter
the greater the results for self and civilization.

This lesson of Tibet is one of the greatest lessons of civilized humanity -- how simple disciplines that fit the culture can transform a warring stone age nomadic people into the most loving, kind and truly spiritual people on the planet.

The disciplines established by Padma Sambhava were simple yet profound in their effect on the primitive Tibetans in one of the most rugged terrains and harsh climates in the world -- the remote Himalayan heights of Tibet.

The prayer wheel was the heart of it. Twirled while meditating or talking, spun over and over at prayer pagodas and temple entrances, and symbolically rendered as circles at the heart of mandalic art forms created in their monasteries as a mediation... the wheel of life as on-going co-creation with a God of Love is the centering focus of Tibetan Buddhism.

Another simple disciple anchored these reverential thought forms with a physical lowering of oneself in humility. Prostrations that lowered oneself to the ground of Mother Earth became a common practice that bows to the Spirit of Love without end -- an exercise of renouncing the worldly traps of pride and ego that would identify with the temptations of power, prestige, profit and pleasure in the worldly cults of success, materialism, sex and selfishness.

Indeed, the most difficult thing in the world is to remain non-attached to all the worldly beliefs, thoughts, feelings and actions that take one off the path of evolutionary ascent along more enlightened lines of body-mind-spirit "wholEness".

Another discipline of Tibetan Buddhism that reflects the divine and perfects the soul is the ancient science of invocation -- the Word made flesh that utilizes low diaphragm (solar plexus) intonations and carries a calming frequency that resonates with deep levels of meditation beyond the "monkey mind" of "linear" (limited) time/space "thinking".

The whole culture of Tibet was so transformed by the virtues of spiritual life that six thousand monasteries were built and one of six Tibetans lived their life as monks in practice of the Teachings. The success of this Buddhic system of knowing, thinking, feeling (devotion) and doing raised this culturally barren war-torn country into the closest thing to a Shangri-La paradise of Light and Love that modern history has known.

Few Westerners realize that Jesus traveled to Tibet in his so called lost years as documented by ancient texts in Lhasa that record their recognition of him as Saint Issa -- one of their Buddhas whose budding enlightenment was self-evident to these spiritual adepts.

One of the best books on this subject, that references the other two primary sources, is THE LOST YEARS OF JESUS by Elizabeth Clare Prophet, available at SU Press.

Those years of Christ are lost only because the Vatican and orthodox religions have suppressed the records of his Buddhic training under what the theocrats denigrate as a heathen religion as though to elevated Jesus to God status and to maintain an exclusive priestcraft role of intercessor for the Higher Power their religion represents. Out of the same pride and ego attachments to moral superiority, many clueless Christians discount this compassionate religion in derogatory terms.

As such was the pride, ego and politics behind Western governments that refused to voice an outcry or otherwise make a stand to defend the harmless Tibetan people from the Red Chinese invasion that has overrun Tibet and destroying almost all monasteries, murdering more than a million people -- everyone with position, power or prestige as communists do.

Fallen Western "crat" consciousness -- epitomized in the linear, lock-step thinking of all the theocrats, bureaucrats, mediacrats, educrats, medicrats and sociocratic autocrats subservient to power elite plutocrats,  lacked the compassion or kindness that would see the value in defending the sovereignty of the Tibetan people. Apparently only oil-rich countries warrant such intercession by the worldly powers that be.

Many Tibetans escaped the destructive Communist invasion, including the Dalai Lama and many of the Tibetan adepts and devotees. In one of the great paradoxes that embodies the greatest Love in a dark world.  The Teachings of holy compassion of Tibetan Buddhism have consequently been pushed out of their remote isolation onto the world stage... for all who have eyes to see.

Finally the Western mind is being exposed to the great spiritual tradition that nurtured the Christ mind in Jesus and would likewise see the great opportunity with the problem of polarization, pride, profiteering and power trips coming from wolves among us in Church and State.

Indeed the whole world faces a similar challenge and opportunity, as did the Tibetan people. Lightworkers appreciate the Light of Love in faith and hope as a better choice to the darkness of fear and despair. Without the dark, we might take the Light for granted. True Lightworkers discern the difference with an eye for "more Light".

May we learn the Tibetan Lesson thoroughly -- that holy compassion and loving kindness are the currency of conscience at the heart of our Internet-connected world, shaping our consciousness and building our local and global communities in the way that seals the door where evil dwells.

Or as Jesus might say today, To love God with all your mind and all your heart and all your soul... and your online Netizen neighbor in our Global Village as thyself.

Then as now, the trend-fitting of Western culture with disciplines, techniques and technology that best fulfills the Great Law of LOVE is the key to once again creating a social, political and economic environment in which holy compassion can thrive.


Part II - Trendfitting Western Culture for Christic Commeasurement

"Be still, and know that I am God;
I will be exalted among the nations,
I will be exalted in the earth."

- Psalm 4610


"Watch your feelings, they become thoughts.
Watch your thoughts; they become words.
Watch your words; they become actions.
Watch your actions; they become habits.
Watch your habits; they become character.
Watch your character; it becomes your destiny."

-Tibetan Wisdom

"He who knows not, and knows not that he knows not, is a fool... shun him.
He who knows not, and knows that he knows not, is willing... teach him.
He who knows, and knows not that he knows, is asleep... awaken him.
He who knows, and knows that he knows, is wise... follow him."

- Chinese proverb attributed to Confucius


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