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About morality

Postby xlnt » Thu May 31, 2018 6:58 pm

I recently stumbled upon a video with Krishnamurti (who I never knew of before). He was a indian philosopher, mystic and theosophist.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chPBmSzvStQ&t=155s

In this clip he is trying to answer a question about yoga and kundalini energy. The question he got is whether yoga can activate the kundalini energy and bring spiritual enlightenment.
You can clearly see in the clip that he is mocking the question in a way I think is very interesting. He doesn't at all take it seriously. "You can do this kind of yoga exercise the rest of your life, but you won't awaken spiritual insight". As if "spiritual insight" is something only entitled to himself and those who follow certain religious ways of life, morality laws that is ok with him.

He also claims that kundalini yoga asanas is a recent invention from the 16th century (others claim this too) and that the only "real" yoga is Raja yoga, which according to him mainly is about living a very moral life. The most interesting thing here I think is the way he is answering; in a very mocking and angry way. Like there is some kind of contradiction between practicing kundalini yoga and being a moral person. :D

I myself have always thought that having good morals and being honest to oneself and others is important in order to have a clear conscience. It's common sense. Science actually shows us that we get happier when he make others happy. And in order to make others happy and to stay calm in situations where others are irritated and cruel - meditation and yoga is a very good thing. Meditation certainly helps when it comes to upholding good morality standards.

What are your thoughts on this clip and morality in general? What is good moral standards to you?
I'm also interested to know where this claim of kundalini yoga asanas is a "recent invention" comes from and how much truth there is to this claim. The serpent, the third eye, the symbology of kundalini energy etc. can be found on very ancient statues, engravings etc. so how can anyone possibly think it's a new thing? :shock:

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Re: About morality

Postby HP. Hoodedcobra666 » Thu May 31, 2018 7:20 pm

I have written about morality. What he says about Asanas etc, is just bullshit.

They can think it's recent because they get paid to say it's recent. The Vatican did this all over Europe, extincting humans that were Pagan, reforming religions, burning all their documents, and then it kept saying the first 'religious' people were actually the good Christards and Jews, and that the people before had savage, lowlife, and retarded religious practices. Indeed, even many Pagans bought this narrative of them being animals in the field or useless Wiccans. The jews have rewrote history.

One sees the pyramids and they tell them these were built by inferior slaves and retards, that were uneducated slaves or something. People don't use logic, so they agree with all sorts of crap they are told. Megastructures by the "savage uncivilized Pagans" stand to this day after tens of hundreds of years. While the most advanced structures today collapse after a few decades without renovation. Were Pagans "Stupid" and "uncivilized", or without "Knowledge"? I don't think so...

This guy is a Christard 2.0. These are the types that took India down. The unspiritual 'philosophical' types who never did spiritual practice to boost opinion. The enemy has handled these pseudo tards a mission to destroy the spiritual inheritence of humanity.

In Egypt on every wall there are meditation instructions. So for fools like this one to say it's a 'recent invention', that's a blatant lie. If it's a recent invention why is the Veda, dating thousands of years back, writing about these exact same things...

This guy is like one of these Hindu agents the Vatican has on payroll to lie to humanity.

When Yogi Bhajan gave the asanas and Kundalini yoga and spiritual knowledge to the West (it was neutralized) many people fought him, threatened his life, and put a bounty on his head. The next stage of this was to prove that all of such things are full bollocks, which is transferred to the domain of church and materialistic science. Hypernationalist circles in India have been against such export.

What we do here is not in anyway related to the "Yoga" this person teaches, or disagrees with, which is "western Yoga" as taught in facilities and other places for profit and it's basically Zumba ass twerking with some OM mantra in it to say it's yoga. Therefore people do not reach any serious enlightenment even after 20 years of doing it.

Every trash person that says they are a 'hindu philosopher' doesn't require attention.

Please do not spread misinfo here, I approved this only to answer it.

The jews destroy culture and then say it didn't exist. All ancient civilizations have been brought to ruins so that they can maintain their lies.

Because they killed all Pagans, does that mean Paganism did not exist as claimed in the BS links you posted? Eventhough we have documents proving it? Because they made a company named "Church of Satan", does that mean that it reflects the past of the character named Satan has to do with this?

Because "Cracked.com" says Yoga is some recent bullshit, is that the reason even the most basic hand gestures of EASTERN YOGA, put in WALLS AND INSCRIPTIONS thousands of years old, are stolen in every depiction of Jesus, the holy mary, and the xian culture?

Use your logic...You have logic...Advance your judgement as you are promoting narratives which are blatant lies.
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Re: About morality

Postby xlnt » Thu May 31, 2018 8:08 pm

HoodedCobra666 wrote:Please do not spread misinfo here, I approved this only to answer it.


Thanks for answering. Off course my intention is not to spread misinformation but to clear up what the origins of this misinformation comes from. Seems to be quiet difficult to find out these origins simply by googling. But by finding out it's easier to combat those who make these false claims etc.

I don't consider myself extremely knowledgeable on spirituality and religion but I have been practicing kundalini yoga and meditation for the last 8 years or so, ever since I discovered the importance of it through the JoS - which is the spiritual cult I put my belief in after doing the personal research necessary for landing in this belief/worldview. Although this doesn't mean I don't have any unanswered questions related to it.

Would you say that Raja Yoga and Bhakti Yoga (as it's practiced in the Hare Krishna movement) is different forms of Christianized yoga? Christianity seems to have many similarities with the Hare Krishna belief-system. Would be interesting to know more about how particularly Hinduism and the New Age got so influenced by Christianity.

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Re: About morality

Postby HP. Hoodedcobra666 » Thu May 31, 2018 8:46 pm

xlnt wrote:
HoodedCobra666 wrote:Please do not spread misinfo here, I approved this only to answer it.


Thanks for answering. Off course my intention is not to spread misinformation but to clear up what the origins of this misinformation comes from. Seems to be quiet difficult to find out these origins simply by googling. But by finding out it's easier to combat those who make these false claims etc.

I don't consider myself extremely knowledgeable on spirituality and religion but I have been practicing kundalini yoga and meditation for the last 8 years or so, ever since I discovered the importance of it through the JoS - which is the spiritual cult I put my belief in after doing the personal research necessary for landing in this belief/worldview. Although this doesn't mean I don't have any unanswered questions related to it.

Would you say that Raja Yoga and Bhakti Yoga (as it's practiced in the Hare Krishna movement) is different forms of Christianized yoga? Christianity seems to have many similarities with the Hare Krishna belief-system. Would be interesting to know more about how particularly Hinduism and the New Age got so influenced by Christianity.


All of your answers can be answered by reading the articles we have written before, both in this forum, but also in Satan's library. Your observations are correct about the (((Hare Krishna))) movement etc.

http://www.satanslibrary.org

viewforum.php?f=24 (Here are the forum posts by Clergy)

http://www.angelfire.com/josgreece/Sata ... Index.html

Lastly, a cult is an offensive and heavily charged negatively term. We are not a cult. We don't proselytize people. We don't threaten about disbelief in our material bringing the end of the world. We don't say people will get punished if they don't follow our doctrine simply just "because". Nor we gather massively to listen to disinfo and then pay our live's fortune to the "CULT", living in a secluded village and believing in the return of an imaginary rabbi.
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Re: About morality

Postby xlnt » Thu May 31, 2018 9:10 pm

HoodedCobra666 wrote:Lastly, a cult is an offensive and heavily charged negatively term.


My intention was not to be offensive. Often wondered what definition is best. The terms "religion" and "sect" are also kind of negative to me at least, as it's associated with the same things you mentioned about the word "cult". But it's because of what the enemy has associated these things with I guess.


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