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Remember Who you are.

Remember Who you are.

Lord Buddha.

Channeled by Erena Velazquez.

Marchh 5t, 2020 .

 
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I am Buddha,

I am so happy to be here.

Today I want to talk about who we are and what is our connection with nature and Mother Earth. We forgot who we are and we forgot that we need to connect to mother nature. What does that mean, it means we need to go and take our time to sit near the tree or to be somewhere in nature and try to remember who we are, we forgot that, so I am trying to remind you. You don’t just have a physical body, but you also have a spiritual part too, it’s the spiritual essence in you. You need to reconnect to it, if you ask me how, I will tell you how. Daily meditation will reconnect you back to your true self of who are, you are a spiritual being, you just forgot. It’s very simple, I did it myself many years ago. I did a lot of soul searching and meditations, and I found my connection to who I am. You need remind yourself who you are, you are spiritual beings. You have a lot to offer and you have a lot of power in you, but you just forgot.

By living here in this world where the pace is so fast on a daily basis, you just got wrapped up with materialistic life and with turbulence in your life. I want you to go back to the basics by being who you are, who you always was and who you always will be. Be yourself by being loving, graceful and unlimited powerful being who can do anything, anytime and anywhere. I am so happy to help you to go where you have started. You started many years ago like me, but you forgot that you came to this planet many times, which is easy to forget especially if you don’t have any memories from your past lives. Your past lives they don’t matter, what matters is to know who you really are and you know who you are deep in the center of your being. You are unlimited powerful spiritual being and I just want to remind you, it makes me so happy to be here to help and assist humanity.

Please, take care of yourself, I am always with you, you can always call my name, say Buddha and I will be there to help you and assist you in your growth. My dear ones, this Earth is going through changes and your going through changes too, some changes are not visible yet and some of them are. This world is going to a New Age, no matter what even if some of them who don’t want these changes, they can’t do nothing about it, because they are coming no matter what anybody thinks and wants. The changes are coming and you are evolving and becoming more advance, you just first need to go back to the basics and then you will evolve even more, just remember that, my dear ones.

Just be yourself and don’t get wrapped up with all this unnecessary and meaningless things in your daily life. A lot of them don’t have any meaning, they are just things and your more than that. You are spiritual beings who know, who he or she is. You just need to go to the core of your being and I will help you. I will be very happy to help you, just ask for my help.

My dear ones, I have been so happy to be able to come again and give you my message. My message of love, blessings and respect to you. I wish to all of you that you have a lot of light, happiness and laughter in your life.

I am Buddha, I was happy to be here.

Thank you
 
Erena Velazquez

 



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publicado por achama às 23:22
Quinta-feira, 26 / 12 / 19

The Five Buddha Families and How They Can Help You Understand Yourself

By Valerie Soleil.

learning-mind.com.

Posted December 25th, 2019. 

 
 
 
The Five Buddha Families are a vital principle in Buddhist philosophy. Buddhism is primarily concerned with reaching a state of Enlightenment, wholly separated from the individualistic and earth-bound tendencies of the Ego. Through the purging of ego-based beliefs and emotions, we grow to inhabit a space of Connection and Oneness with the Source. As a result, we become intimately conscious of being at One with All Creation.
 
Granted, we aren’t all Buddhist monks seeking absolute Enlightenment. Yet, the techniques that have been developed for this purpose can still be helpful in our own spiritual journeys.
 
 
In the first place, they can help us to understand our emotional landscapes. Secondly, they can help transcend limiting beliefs that might be holding us back from a higher consciousness. One of these techniques is known as the Five Buddha Families.
What are the Five Buddha Families?
Five Families, Five Emotional Energies
 
The Five Buddha Families help us to understand and work with emotional energies. Each family is the expressions of a state of being, represented by a Dhyani, or Meditation, Buddha. A season, element, symbol, colour and position on a five-sided mandala is associated with every family. Similarly, every state of being has its pure, wise or balanced form. Also, its klesha, imbalanced or deluded form.
 
The Five Buddha Families and their associated meditations provide a means of recognising which aspects of our emotional energy are out of balance. Subsequently, we can meditate on or pray to the appropriate family to regain equilibrium. In addition, we can seek to purge or pacify the emotional delusion that is holding us from Enlightenment.
 
The Five Buddha Families present a comprehensive understanding of the natural human condition. For instance, showing the interplay and dialogue between Enlightened and Deluded states of being rather than deny or repress Deluded states, the Five Meditation Buddhas call upon us to acknowledge and recognise them. Thus transforming their emotional force into positive energies.
 
The Five Families approach is not static or written in stone. Generally speaking, it’s a method by which we can identify our prevailing state of being.
 
Likewise, it is the perspective from which we are currently engaging with the world. This might be different from one year to the next, from one day to the next, or even from one hour to the next! It’s simply a guide so we can understand where we are coming from, and how this can help or hinder us.
Without further ado, here are the Five Buddha Families:
The Buddha Family
 
Lord: Vairochana, One Who Completely Manifests
Symbol: wheel
Element: space
 
Position in mandala: Centre
 
Colour: white
Enlightened State: making space
Deluded State: ignorance or dullness
 
The Buddha aspect is the one that allows the other families to function. In effect, acting as the root of these emotional energies. When in balance, we can make space for ourselves and others to better manifest our truth. Nevertheless, if our Buddha aspects are off-kilter, we can sink into lethargy. In other words, a spiritually unproductive space where nothing is being manifested.
The Varja Family
 
Lord: Akshobhya, The Unshakeable One
Symbol: vajra
Season: winter
Element: water
 
Position: East
Colour: blue
Enlightened State: purifying our perception of reality
Deluded State: anger
 
The Vajra family is all about the precision and intellectual exactness that allows us to perceive life with clarity. Emotions can often taint our perception of reality. However, Akshobhya calls us to sit with our feelings to recognise their causes.
 
Finding clarity within the emotion is crucial for not giving in to all-consuming anger. Of course, this can cloud our judgement and hides reality from us. Just as still pools reflect our truth back to us, or steady streams lead us to the ocean, turbulent waters and rushing rivers make it harder to perceive reality.
The Ratna Family
 
Lord: Ratnasambhava, Source of Preciousness
Symbol: jewel
Season: autumn
Element: earth
 
Position: South
 
Colour: yellow
Enlightened State: equanimity
Deluded State: pride
 
The Ratna Family is associated with merit, wealth and generosity. We know what is good and has value. For this reason, we do our best to attract it or increase its presence in our lives. Albeit, without falling into the trap of hoarding or avarice.
 
In remaining balanced and equanimous in our attitude to wealth, riches and merit, we steer clear of growing prideful and mean. We understand that we reap what we sow. Moreover, like the earth, we work to multiply the riches and merit around us. All in the spirit of appreciation, generosity and love.
The Padma Family
 
Lord: Amitabha, Infinite Light
Symbol: Lotus flower
Season: spring
Element: fire
 
Position: West
Colour: red
Enlightened State: empowering discrimination, seeing clearly what is needed
Deluded State: desirous attachment
 
This family is often linked with creativity and the arts. This is because of the association with passion and spring. However, this wisdom lies in discriminating love and attachment. It knows what to attract or reject for the betterment of our spiritual journey. As such, much like a flaming torch, it lights the way towards what we need.
 
Fatuous and temporary fascination or seduction, on the other hand, is misguiding. Consequently, it can lead us astray for our path of spiritual growth.
The Karma Family
 
Lord: Amogasiddhi, One Who Accomplishes What is Meaningful
 
Symbol: double vajra
Season: summer
Element: air
 
Position: north
Colour: green
Enlightened State: accomplishing good
Deluded State: jealousy
 
The Karma family very much encapsulates ‘doing.’ This means accomplishing things with meaning and impact. For example, picture an invigorating breath of fresh air on a hot summer’s day. This Karma aspect is energising and purposeful. However, if we are consumed with jealousy for another, it’s difficult to achieve anything based on good intentions. More to the point, our selfless drive and ambition can be hampered.
Finding Your Buddha Family
 
Which family do you identify with most? Are you more in the balanced or imbalanced state of being? As previously mentioned, the answer to these questions might change from day-to-day, month-to-month, or year-to-year. Still, it is good to regularly reflect on your perspective through the lens of the Five Buddha Families. Only then can you work towards maintaining balanced states of mind in all aspects.
Final Thoughts
 
We all veer from love and passion to jealousy and possession. Or from thoughtful discrimination to harsh, destructive anger. Ultimately, the Five Meditation Buddhas are the perfect tools with which to bring our Soul back to the centre.
 
After all, we should be ready to use our emotions for the progress of our spiritual journeys. Not let them be barriers to our growth.
References:

  1. msu.edu.htm
  2. www.bbc.co.uk


Valerie Soleil


 



 
About the Author: Valerie Soleil


Valerie Soleil is a writer with over 5 years of experience and holds a bachelor degree in law and a B.A. in Psychology. She is a physical & mental health enthusiast who constantly expands her knowledge about the mysteries of the human body and mind. Some of the activities Valerie is particularly passionate about are traveling and reading because they help her broaden her horizons.
 
 
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Discernment yes; judgement does not.
If you use discernment you are free to research with an open mind. 

With discernment it is possible to reach the spirit of the letter of any writing and it is also much easier to listen to the voice of the soul that comes from the heart.
Individually you can be helped to find your Truth that is different of everyone. 


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