Maha Sambodhi Dharma Sangha Guru's Message in Lamjung of February 22, 2014

February 22, 2014 / Updated on August 9, 2016 9873

Dharma Sangha
Bodhi Shravan Guru Sanghaya
Namo Maitri Sarva Dharma Sanghaya


1. Following the Great Maitri Marga Guru, the GuruMarga and the Bhagvan Marga, absorbed in forgotten feelings, making Maitri Mangal (lovingly fulfilled) all Sangha friends, Dharma-lovers and followers that come and go; and, remembering this present Guru’s moment together, may all tormented souls on the Marga of the Maitri Dharma have refreshing realization. Dharma is the only element that can support a platform built to be directly with the Paramatma.

2. And, may the suffering wandering souls being without feeling or direction be free from bondage as soon as possible by heeding the fulfilling sound of Great Maitri.

3. Just as the value of water corresponds to the degree of thirst; the value of the Dharma is assessed by kindness, compassion, nonviolence, trust, belief, devotion, faith and an unwavering human life regarding the Marga.

4. To enter into the Dharma means to be absorbed in the path of mukti (freedom after death) and moksha (liberation from the cycle of rebirth).

5. That marga which does not have the element forming mukti and moksha can never even be accepted in the true Dharma as being called a marga, and the Dharma not being in divided civilisations, is obtained in the perfection of the Maitri knowledge, the bridge between the soul and the Paramatma.

6. It is impossible for humans remaining far from the knowledge of Maitri to attain true enlightenment no matter what one is practicing.

7. In the end, all that may have appeared to be beneficial in this transient world will prove futile.

8. There is no separation in the lifecycles of countless beings and their coming and going, in the order of the lokas (worlds), and in between the atma, anatma, and the Paramatma.

9. The Dharma is the rising and setting sun, the sky in which the stars shine, and the flowers blossoming in nature.

10. In the end, the Dharma is to understand the transience of the moment of this passing world as though waking up from a nightmare to find that in reality one is safe.

11. Rather than asking such questions as to what attributes a contemplative and intelligent person skillful in the Dharma has, and what the role of religion is in the Dharma; why doesn’t a person make the inquiry as to what one has given oneself through passion and attachments to worldly things?

12. Whether or not the way a person is following possesses the Tatva forming mukti and moksha is the person’s own very personal internal quest.

13. Guru is fulfilling the Dharma: He is giving the Marga to the world, but the person must make the journey on the Marga by oneself.

14. Whether or not one is enlightened and what one has to bear is justly determined according to the accumulated merit and other karma of the souls traveling on the Marga being shown by Guru.

15. Even though it is natural for various pains and sorrows to occur on the Path, the crucial matter is the reverence and faith towards the Guru Marga.

16. So be it, continue! The great realization of the omniscient wisdom of this Great Maitri Marga is perfect being filled with the precious jewels of the Dharma Tatva (essence).

17. However people store empty words used in their past life, otherwise the Path of Enlightenment would be realised very quickly by following the Guru Marga.

18. To stand on the Earth while resting in the sky remaining in human form together with the realisation of the Maitri Tatva of the pure appearance of the Paramatma’s own form – realizing including self all the mysteries of the universe — is to be freed from the mind’s countless oceans of illusion having evaporated like water into the open sky.

19. That which leads to the highest qualities of tatvas among all religions and Guru knowledge, having the ability to extinguish former confusion throughout the world, is called the Maitri Dharma. In this way, the primordial existence of all religions would all be on the Marga of Maitri Dharma itself.

20. On the Maitri Marga, only by doing true practice of the Dharma until the last moment of life does a person benefit the Dharma.

21. And with this Maitri message, I am giving (you) the 11 precepts to be free from all the defilements within the whole human world.

1) Never discriminate on the basis of name, appearance, complexion, class, belief, community, power, position, or qualification; even discard differentiating between the concepts of material and spiritual.

2) Being acquainted with the Eternal Dharma, the Path, and the Guru, respect all religions and beliefs.

3) Forsake lying, allegations, counter-allegations, belittling and spreading falsehood through baseless gossip.

4) Forsaking philosophies or ways that make boundaries of divisiveness and difference of opinion, take up the Satya Marga – The Perfect Path.

5) Following the Satya GuruMarga – the True and Perfect GuruPath – throughout life, renouncing evil actions, always remain intent in union with the Guru Tattva – The Guru Essence.

6) Not having reached enlightenment oneself, do not seek to prove what it is with clever words; and while still in confusion, do not make others confused.

7) Renouncing such craven behavior as killing sentient beings and violence, consume wholesome food.

8) Do not keep narrow-minded thoughts about people and countries on the basis of national identity.

9) Including oneself in the pursuit of the Satya GuruMarga – the True and Perfect GuruPath – perform actions that benefit the Earth.

10) When one realizes the Truth, the GuruMarga – the GuruPath – takes form, so achieve Enlightenment for all sentient beings.

11) Staying in the highest and deepest state of Chitta – Pure Awareness – be free from all bondage by having assimilated within the self these precepts.

22. Together with these 11 precepts being internalized by all the Sanghas, liberate all living beings including self, and; may all realize this Satya Marga Gyan – the Wisdom of the True Path.

23. Never lingering in the ego, running after worldly name and fame; humans should stay resolute in the remembrance of the Paramatma always keeping the feeling of Maitri in the heart (atma).

24. The GuruMarga has descended to re-establish the true Dharma on the Earth after an interval of ages.

25. As this golden moment has been realized by beings and plant-life (the eco-system); may humans also be without defilements and take virtuous benefit from this Maha Maitri Marga at the earliest!

May all beings be lovingly fulfilled.
So be it!

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