Sadhguru about the nature of intellect and memory
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Dhammapada Chapter 1
1. Mind precedes all mental states. Mind is their chief; they are all mind-wrought. If with an im-pure mind a person speaks or acts suffering follows him like the wheel that follows the foot of the ox.
2. Mind precedes all mental states. Mind is their chief; they are all mind-wrought. If with a pure mind a person speaks or acts happiness follows him like his never-departing shadow
3. “He abused me, he struck me, he overpowered me, he robbed me.” Those who harbor such thoughts do not still their hatred.
4. “He abused me, he struck me, he overpowered me, he robbed me.” Those who do not harbor such thoughts still their hatred.
5. Hatred is never appeased by hatred in this world. By non-hatred alone is hatred
appeased. This is a law eternal.
Wat is kernachtig de essentie van je reactie aan de hand van deze citaten? Alleen maar dat er een verwantschap is of meer?Mahalingam schreef:Mijn reactie op Sadhguru On How to Manifest What You Really Want:
Hallo! Ik snap me zelf nauwelijks. Wat moet ik dan met de praatjes van een of andere man uit India?xplosive schreef:
Hier op dit forum verwacht ik mensen die intelligent genoeg zijn om wél te kunnen snappen waar Sadhguru het over heeft.
Er moet wat dat betreft niets. Laat dat duidelijk zijn. En zelf kritisch nadenken is waar het uiteindelijk om gaat natuurlijk. Anderen kunnen je hooguit op een spoor brengen, maar anderen kunnen nooit in de plaats komen van je eigen kritisch denkvermogen.hans van de mortel schreef:het moeten snappen van een of andere Indiase wijsgeer.
https://www.newsfirst.lk/2020/12/09/bod ... ma-police/COLOMBO (News 1st): The body of a Dutch monk who was at Polgasduwa Aranya Senasanaya in Rathgama on a meditation retreat, was discovered on Tuesday (08) night, in the Rathgama Lagoon, police said.
The 60-year-old monk in question was ordained as Netherlanthaye Jinarathana Thero, Police noted.
News 1st correspondent in the area said the late Thero had gone on a ‘Pindapatha’ or Alms Round two days ago and was not seen since.
According to reports, the hands and feet of the late thero were found bound while a rock was also tied on to his neck.
The Magisterial Inquiry was carried out on Wednesday (09) morning and the body was moved to the Karapitiya Teaching Hospital for the postmortem.
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Mystery surrounds monk’s death
Three police teams have been deployed to investigate the death of Netherlanthaye Jinawansa Thera, a Buddhist monk from Holland, who fell into the Rathgama lagoon, yesterday. He was meditating at the Katudampe Polgasduwa Aranya Senasanaya, Rathgama.
The postmortem examination was conducted yesterday night. The hermitage is located on a small island and a number of other monks, local and foreign, also reside there.
Police said that the thera used a canoe to travel between the island and the mainland. This canoe was found overturned. Given that a weight was tied around the thera’s feet, police suspect that he may have been murdered elsewhere.
The thera had been at the hermitage for over a decade and only visits the mainland for alms.
On Wednesday morning, Galle Chief Magistrate conducted the magisterial inquest. The body was then sent to the Karapitiya Teaching Hospital.
https://www.newsfirst.lk/2020/12/11/dut ... -of-death/Dutch Monk’s samples sent to lab to determine cause of death
Colombo (News 1st); Samples of the late Netherlanthaye Jinawansa Thero, the Dutch Monk who was found dead in the Rathgama Lagoon will be sent to a laboratory for tests in order to ascertain the cause of death.
The decision to do so was made by the Specialist Judicial Medical Officer who conducted the postmortem examination on the deceased Dutch Monk, who was residing at the Katudampe Polgasduwa Aranya Senasanaya in Rathgama.
On Thursday (11), Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa instructed the Inspector General Police to assign the Criminal Investigations Department to conduct an investigation with respect to the death of the Dutch monk.
Police Spokesperson DIG Ajith Rohana speaking to News 1st on Friday (11) said the Rathgama Police is conducting an investigation into the death of the Dutch Monk
http://www.colombopage.com/archive_20B/ ... 0893CH.phpThe body of the monk who had been missing for two days from the 6th of this month was found floating in the Dodanduwa-Rathgama lagoon on the 8th and his legs were already tied with a wire and several pieces of concrete were tied to his feet, Rathgama Police said.
The Rathgama Police said that a suspicion of murder had arisen due to the fact that a large number of locals had told the police that the monk was a very talented swimmer and that drowning in such a situation was problematic.
According to the Rathgama Police, the locals have told the police that the monk would take a canoe to visit the mainland from the hermitage for alms and that he was a very pious monk who had not caused any problems with the residents of the area in the past.
https://island.lk/police-to-use-underwa ... ged-stone/Police to use underwater cameras to find dislodged stone
Police sleuths probing the mysterious death of the Dutch monk are expected to use underwater cameras in an attempt to trace the stone that’s believed to be at the bottom of the Ratgama lagoon after it had dislodged from one of the bhikku’s legs, a top police official said.
Two stones had been tied to the legs of Ven. Olande Jinawansa thera but only one was found intact at the time his body was found floating in the lagoon.
“We will be looking for a stone of similar size and weight as it would help ongoing investigations”, says Senior DIG Rohan Silva in charge of the Southern province.
He said the police have already recorded statements from more than 100 persons, including monks residing at the Dodanduwa Polgasduwa forest monastery, boatmen, fishermen and those who had offered alms to the monk when he went on pindapatha.
Asked whether there were any indications to suggest that the 59-year-old foreign monk had been killed and his body dumped in the lagoon, he replied, “there has been no evidence so far that he was killed, but we are investigating with an open mind to establish the circumstances of his death”.
Senior DIG Silva said the Government Analyst’s report, which was expected next week, will shed more light on the Dutch monk’s death and help police investigators to figure out what transpired.
On whether any arrests have been made so far, he said, “no, but the police are pursuing some important leads”.
The monastery where the Dutch monk meditated plus an adjoining island were searched by the police and the STF earlier but nothing suspicious was found.
Ven. Olande Jinawansa thera came to Sri Lanka in 2008 from northern Thailand.