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Ksitigarbha, Majestic Earth King of Vajra Freedom

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posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 10:21 AM
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For anyone wishing to fully erase their karma and join the beauty and permanence aspect of the world, Ksitigarbha's Mantra practice is the easiest, most powerful and most pervasive way of doing it.

Just got done writing this. Hope some of you take it to heart and understand what's being offered.

"Ksitigarbha means Earth Matrix, Earth Treasury, Earth Store, Earth Womb. You can also feel him as the essence of the earth element, as the embyonic energy within all fertility and creative power, as the stability and stillness and hardness of a great mountains and the vastness and versatility of plains and forests and oceans.

Yes, to Ksitigarbha even oceans are Earth element.

The Earth is Mind in its fullness, in its true and pure reality aspect, golden and beautiful and open, laid bare in its own endlessly warm awareness and its inner fiery gaze.

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posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 11:09 AM
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a reply to: Fevrier

Interesting.. If people were more open, i'd suggest they look into Indian knowledge and wisdom because only there can they find salvation...

And op whats your experience with this technique? A Vajra is an interesting device. Supposed to be an Astra which is a spiritual super weapon usually summoned by avatars in hinduism... Why is it mentioned with Ksitigarbha?

Take the Siddhis for example. They are literally superpowers that can manifest through one's assiduous practice. Although they are taboo for many for some illogical reasons, it is an absolute certainty that they exist. Their origin goes way back, at least several millenias and they were supposed to be more common at that time that was more spiritual. Some Swami are still open to the siddhis and tolerate them as part of any spiritual practice though... and im on the same page as them, the others are just scared and dont get the importance of these "tools" in current ages.

What do you think is the relation between Ksitigarbha Mantra and Siddhis? Mantra are words/sounds of power. Many were created long ago and charged so they would still work through ages as long as one remembers them.. Like some sort of incantation or trigger to higher states of being. They do produce fluctuations in one's energy flow and thus have potential to open many doors. How so? That is the question.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:17 PM
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a reply to: Fevrier

Although I have no desire to erase my karma,I was sort of taken aback by how deeply impressed I was by your writing and selection of images.

I used to engage in Buddhist practices way back when, so there must have been a seed wanting water, and earth.

Thanks for posting it.

Have a good one.


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posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:19 PM
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originally posted by: Fevrier
For anyone wishing to fully erase their karma...


How does erasing ones karma work? Does this mean I can do a bunch of bad crap and not have it count after erasing? It sounds kinda like confession.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:24 PM
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a reply to: _damon


Good questions, and all of them interconnected.

The Vajra is not a device. It can be a tool, or a weapon, and so on, but these are various form adaptations, or human interpretations of Vajra nature.

Vajra nature is primordial nature, permanent, indestructible, the indescribable esoteric nature of all beings, and of Mind.

So Vajra as a weapon does indeed appear quite frequently, it is Indra's weapon in Hinduism, and in Buddhism as well actually, and appears as the weapon of countless wrathful Buddhist deities.

Vajra deities.

In regards to Ksitigarbha, he is one of the primal forms of Vajra nature itself. This, in detail, is explained in the text. Specifically regarding Vajra as a weapon, the wrathful form of Ksitigarbha, Vajragarbharaja - Vajra Matrix King - brandishes countless weapons, and that includes countless Vajras.

Now, regarding siddhis, Ksitigarbha is actually well known for spiritual superpowers, in fact, the basic idea of primordial power is very present in the text I gave.

In China, one of the reasons he was and is very very loved, on top of his endless liberating activity, is the fact that he has endless spiritual powers.

The true tantric root of Siddhis, including the ultimate siddhi of enlightenment, is Mantra.

When we talk about Buddha mantras, these are Vajra mantras, so different from hindu mantras or other mantras. Hindu mantras are in Sanskrit, the primordial language, so this is good, but they are from a different cycle of emanation, and thus not Vajra.

So I only talk about Buddha mantras, Vajra mantras, and they are indeed the ultimate root of all Siddhi, and they are uncreated.

True mantra is not created, not born, not invented. They are also not charged.

In the primordial Vajra state the sound of Mantra is abundant. That is the easiest way to explain it. All the archetypal mantras are there, birthless.

And they do not need charging, since they already have the ultimate energy of Vajra.

There is a sort of charging aspect in regards to human practice, in the sense that when a Mantra is practiced a lot within a certain lineage or school, it is easier for a beginner to practice it, since the karma and energy of the mantra are already very present, very abundant.

Otherwise, practicing a mantra that nobody has samadhi with in that time and place, can be a little difficult or tricky at first.

But nothing that can't be overcome with willpower and trust.




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posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:27 PM
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a reply to: Bybyots

I'm glad you liked it, and glad you connected to it.

Erasing one's karma does not refer to a sort of blank, stupid state, but rather to a more powerful state of primal potential, where the various accumulated burdens are gone, and replaced by qualities.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:29 PM
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a reply to: AugustusMasonicus

No, it doesn't work that way.

For example, in this case, the very mentality that believes it can do bad crap and simply erase it would have to be erased first.

Yes, you can potentially simply erase bad stuff. But the reasons, motives, the karmic cycle of their creation and so on, must also be erased, so in the end, one does not ask such negative questions.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:32 PM
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a reply to: Fevrier

That is exactly how confession works. You need to want to be absolved of your sins after you commit them. It requires contrition, disclosure and penance.

Then you can go out and do it all over again.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:35 PM
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Erasing one's karma does not refer to a sort of blank, stupid state


I understand. It would never occur to me to think of of the concept and practice in that way.

Thanks again




posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:36 PM
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a reply to: AugustusMasonicus

That may be how confession works, however, the nature of karma is that your very being is a karmic aggregation, so true karmic purification purifies the structure of what you are, beyond the negative cycle you keep bringing up, and beyond the very mentality you seem to have a love hate relationship with.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:38 PM
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originally posted by: Fevrier
That may be how confession works, however, the nature of karma is that your very being is a karmic aggregation, so true karmic purification purifies the structure of what you are, beyond the negative cycle you keep bringing up, and beyond the very mentality you seem to have a love hate relationship with.


I do not really have a love/hate relationship with anything. It just sounds like the same BS line that confession does.

'Erase you karma'='confess your sins'. The crappy things you did still happened.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:40 PM
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a reply to: AugustusMasonicus

I already explained to you that mere conscious confession of what one understands out of a karmic picture is very different from actually purifying the karmic picture and the state of the being, until the actual physical/energetic, behavioral and consciousness cycles involved are no longer present, and have been changed into something perfected and more akin to natural functioning.

So this is the last time I clarify this, and will no longer pursue this line of conversation.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:44 PM
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originally posted by: Fevrier
I already explained to you that mere conscious confession of what one understands out of a karmic picture is very different from actually purifying the karmic picture and the state of the being, until the actual physical/energetic, behavioral and consciousness cycles involved are no longer present, and have been changed into something perfected and more akin to natural functioning.


Uh-huh. Still sounds like confession. Contrition is not a conscious confession, it is supposed to be on a deeper level, and the end result is still the same, a do-over card.

Neither one of these actions actually does anything to address the act(s) you committed that affects your karma or soul, it all sounds way to convenient.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:48 PM
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a reply to: AugustusMasonicus

That is what you understand out of what I am saying.

Good luck and goodbye.

Mantra practice is its own realm, nothing to do with mere regret.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:51 PM
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originally posted by: Fevrier
That is what you understand out of what I am saying.


Yeah, the whole 'karma erasing' aspect seems pretty straightforward, just believe hard enough and all the bad goes away, except it does not.


Mantra practice is its own realm, nothing to do with mere regret.


I am not talking about regret, I am talking about culpability. The karma eraser and the confessor both walk away with clear consciences but it does nothing to remedy their past behavior. To me they are both cop outs.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:59 PM
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a reply to: AugustusMasonicus

Nobody is confessing you, nobody is accepting your guilt, or your culpability, or anything of that sort.

It is not about belief or an external force.

It is about inner processes of transformation driven by primordial energy, wherein the actual structure responsible for action, and itself born of action, is both transcended and transubstantiated into something that no longer bears the initial or consequent consciousness seeds which have anything to do with the karma that needs to be purified.

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posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 02:04 PM
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originally posted by: Fevrier
It is about inner processes of transformation driven by primordial energy, wherein the actual structure responsible for action, and itself born of action, is both transcended and transubstantiated into something that no longer bears the initial or consequent consciousness seeds which have anything to do with the karma that needs to be purified.


How does all the gobbledygook address the actions the person took in the past that require erasing?



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 02:13 PM
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a reply to: AugustusMasonicus

I do not give a # about the actions from the past.

Literally, not a #.

Both the person and the actions are illusory.

You can sit and worry about actions from the past. That is your business.

Mine is to give people tools they can use in order to lighten their current karmic load, and then do their best with this more pure and powerful state.

if you imagine that such a state would then lead to similar activity as the negative activity in the past, that is a projected failure of your wisdom or character, or perhaps a truth about a certain amount of people.

Either way, with a powerful growth and purification practice, even that type of person would eventually accumulate enough stability and wisdom to no longer perform negative actions.

In short, your theoretical bull# is none of my business, nor are the actual specific actions which people have performed in the past.

What I deal with is the mental continuum which appears in the present, and the ways of working with it well. This does not involve clinging to the past, not does it involve imagining past actions to be immutable and permanent in nature simply because they have already been performed.

They are merely a consequence of prior karma, a link in a continuous chain. I break that chain, you cling to it like a little girl who needs to cry forever.



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 02:15 PM
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a reply to: AugustusMasonicus

You confess to yourself, the listeners are irrelevant. When you confess, genuinely confess, you simply confess to yourself and accept and make peace with whatever was done and on your mind thats the whole point of the thing. I would compare it to a ritual. Making peace with your regrets and pains, accepting them and moving along. Acceptance is power.

Ever wondered why it was so hard to accept the Truth? Its because of inner resistance between your ego, fake identity and your true being. Your expectations, desires, fears, guilt all these by products go in the way. What does that mean? That when you suffer from regrets or whatever traumas, only YOU create your own misery. If at one moment you just thought of moving along and leaving the past behind for good without regrets, your life would change. But inner resistance makes it harder, else it would be too easy..



posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 02:16 PM
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originally posted by: Fevrier
I do not give a # about the actions from the past.

Literally, not a #.



Such language. Well, at least you can have that episode erased.


Both the person and the actions are illusory.


Really? So, say you go and kill someone, is that 'illusory'?



In short, your theoretical bull# is none of my business, nor are the actual specific actions which people have performed in the past.


There is nothing theoretical about people's past, it actually happened despite some happy crappy that you invented. Windexing your karma away does nothing to address your actions and is all about make ones self feel better, just like confession.



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