Gurus and truth
9. "Therefore, did we say, Kalamas, what was said thus, 'Come Kalamas. Do not go upon what has been acquired by repeated hearing; nor upon tradition; nor upon rumor; nor upon what is in a scripture; nor upon surmise; nor upon an axiom; nor upon specious reasoning; nor upon a bias towards a notion that has been pondered over; nor upon another's seeming ability; nor upon the consideration, "The monk is our teacher." Kalamas, when you yourselves know: "These things are bad; these things are blamable; these things are censured by the wise; undertaken and observed, these things lead to harm and ill," abandon them.' ", (Kalama Sutta, Anguttara Nikāya III. 66) - 7. chapter: mahā-vagga - A.III. 62)
The "Guru Granth Sahib" says similar: "Do not even believe in a competent master as long as you have not proven it foryourself."
Even the supreme masters are only the tools of God (i.e.,of a One like the planetary logos or the ONE from Sirius or of the cosmic supreme deity in the center of the universe and his ray-avatars) who stands, caused by his distant standpoint and the final divine plan, above any morality which is disregarded.
The harmony principle is not essential for such high beeings because they live in a much higher unity with forces which are not touched by the creations.
Such a divine being uses and abuses all powers from above for his purposes, even the Maya, the destructive power of the divine anger, since he does not really respect created things and regards them as ephemeral, hence also the Paramatma and the so-called "holy spirit" .
The highest Shabda and the highest cosmic Shakti act indirectly in all beings down to the material world, which it maintains and dominates through its consciousness and vibrations.
In the Sat or Parabrahman, "ALL-" must be added to all divine attributes, and nothing can really oppose omnipotence. Here superordinate forces of infinity work.
The All-Love od tapoloka as a cosmic divine force is impersonally directed at all things. The All-Wisdom does not take into account the individual, unless it is necessary for certain purposes
According to Alice Bailey we see in our world the imperfections of the solar logos, which is only a part of the truth, since cosmic connections exist and everything happens exactly as in the plan of the Adi-Dharma. The disharmonies are in reality a consequence of an abuse of power within the imperfections of the world plan.
The very supreme divine is a eternal absolute tyrant (1st 'ray': power, will, plan) and a completely ice-cold self-centered ruler or pasha who does not love such a pronounced truth because it dismatels the delusions about him.
The very supreme deity prefers (better: determines) servants which she can easily use (submission, surrender), and HE tolerates nothing individual apart from himself and does not recognize any free will, he only knows himself.
Thus is the highest "Gods" true nature, and therefore, almost without exception, the masters are reminiscents of monuments that knock proverbs, which can also be found in books.
God is not interested in the enlightenment of man, rather on the contrary, and he rarely permits the direct intervention of the masters. Features such as grace, kindness and compassion are only the 12 petals of the highest power on the sixth plane(Ishvara, Tapoloka), and not qualities of a highest divine synthesis.
Therefore has Buddhism, which does not recognize hierarchies and strives for the spiritual salvation of all beings, no reputation in highest hierarchies.
Many masters, who are not quite so conformable, and who noticed this very late, e.g. because they were compelled to enter the brotherhood of the Planetary Logos or the White Brotherhood of the Kumara, are so inwardly placed between the fronts.
The hierarchies make use of the individual as a tool, ignoring free will, which they do not recognize. The individual is here considered as a nothing.
Such statements give a first impression of a false image of the Supreme Divine, but absolute and infinite glory can make just as cold as highest wisdom. The compassion, as taught by Buddhism, is not a very supreme divine principle just like the justice - the very highest divine is an absolute tyrant.
Therefore masters must act within the framwork of the divine plan.
"If you do not want what God wants, then God gets a terrible rage," (The Mother, Aurobindo)
"The sword has not asked to be a sword, it does not oppose the owner and does not mourn when it breaks." There is a joy to be generated, a joy to be used, a joy to be put off, and also a joy to be broken. Discover this unchanging joy. "Sri Aurobindo in " The three delights ", Ch. 6 and 7 of the 3rd part from "The Synthesis of Yoga".
"Much of what is normal for human life will disappear. The many mental idols, principles, and systems, the conflicting ideals that man has created in all areas of his mentality and life, can not demand recognition and worship in the light of gnosis. "(Sri Aurobindo, The Supramental manifestation)
"When the Supreme One decided to reveal himself to see himself, the first thing he created was the knowledge of the world and the power to create it. In the highest point, there was a plan, and the first principle of this plan was at the same time the expression of the essential joy and freedom that seemed to be the most interesting feature of this creation. It was a matter of intermediaries to express this delight and freedom in forms.
Four beings were first emanated ("purwe dewahs"), in order to begin this development of the world, which should be an increasing objectification of all that is posed in the highest as a possibility. In principle, their being was consciousness, light, life, happiness and love, and truth. When they set to work, they began to have their own idea of the work, and how to do it. In their complete freedom, they chose to do this independently. Instead of taking the attitude of a servant and a tool, they naturally adopted the attitude of a master.
This decline, I would say, was the first cause of all disorder in the world. As soon as there was a separation, between the Highest and what had gone out from Him, consciousness was turned into unconsciousness, light in dark, love in hatred, bliss in suffering, life in death and truth in lie. The result is the world as we see it today. This happened step by step, and finally a dark, unconscious, miserable matter was formed. The creativity which had emitted these four beings for the sake of the creation of the world lived in the course of events, and demanded from the Supreme the remedy and the cure. She was given the command to throw her consciousness into the unconscious, her love into suffering and her truth into this falsity.
It was a greater consciousness, a more comprehensive love, a more perfect truth than that which began at the beginning, which now entered the horror of matter, in order to arouse consciousness, love, and truth, and begin this movement of salvation which lead the material universe back to its highest origin got to.(The mother, Talks, 16.10.1957)
This image of God sounds of course partly dissuasive. However, the Bhakti image, as taught in many religions, of the kind and merciful All-Ruler does not correspond to the hole truth and was created for the purpose of devotion to the Godhead. It contains merely qualities of the creator-deity of the sixth plane (Ishvara). We live in the worlds of the Maya, at which the very supreme divinity looks with (hypocritical) anger, although it determines both their karma and the Dharma.
Alice Bailey wrote that there are still disharmonies, but once the chorus of the Logosses will sound with one voice, which is at most consoling but does not undo the negative happenings which are easily transgressed by the supreme divine as transitory states of time.
Master D.K. does not dare, as usual, to say something against the sirian one: 'What we see here are the imperfections of the solar logos - (who is controlled by the Sirian ONE).
Citations of the masters
The adapted sayings of the masters are thus manifold:
'God is love' although he lives in asynthesis of his 4 aspects, and the divine love is paired with wisdom (2nd ray, Chit-Ananda: sixth level).
Some gurus claim to be the only Satguru of our age - that would be something little, but it wheedles the students.
' God only wants our best '- so it looks on earth: in reality he only wants his own best and does not respect us. The divine does not bend down to the human.
One could possibly feel nothing at all, and suddenly one would be enlightened! ( Thus the hope remains until the end)
Some masters declared the beginning of the golden age - for those who dont really know the world ...
The late Babaji from Histanapur in the Himalayans spoke of a coming nuclear war, which would cost 70% of humanity (including late effects).
" If the karma of a pupil is too bad, Babaji must correct it sometimes with a word of power, "- Yogananda's Babaji as the alleged protector of the disciples (an illusion more, since the supreme deity must agree).
When asked whether God is a tyrant, "Supreme Master" Ching Hai affirmed this in Munich in 1993 to general surprise. When asked where the many souls of over 5 billion people come from she gave the answer: They come from the mineral kingdom ...!
I do not want to go further into the other masters. Their work is limited not only by karma but also directly by the divine, which has its own and unfortunately hostile plans. Man ultimately plays no role - only the universal plan and the development of the highest hierarchies is important.
For the individually awakened seeker remains the path of the realization of the personal divine self, the Samtan path, the path of spiritual self-realization (eg. about a Lama to the Buddhas or the realization of the highest Buddhas) or the path to the Taomeister - if the divine plan tolerates this...!