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Evolution of Man

Started Dec 10, 2010 0 Replies

THE EVOLUTION OF MAN The history of man shows the development of Civilization being dependant on wars in achieving power by force. This has now been the recognized way that Man continues to use to…Continue

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Thiird Eye

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas Mitchell Glen Feb 9, 2010. 4 Replies

IIn the interest of historic knowledge, am I correct in thinking that Truth eemanates from the Third Eye so revered in the East but unfortunately not recognised by academics and others in the West?

 

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Enlightenment.

Prophets have from time to time given credence to higher knowledge that could bring great benefits to mankind. Many others in their own way and in their own time have translated prophetic words and writings to make changes. The evolution of change is, as before, confined to the brain and it’s mechanics. Historical changes have now, however, led us to the’ seven league boots’ progress that can now be attained by the human brain. The enlightened brain can come closer to fully understanding the reality of truth. So what can be done to take the evolution of the brain forward in this new Millennium? Cease warring, feed the poor and care for the suffering. Cease the greed for wealth and power. Live in peace with your neighbours and destroy your weapons, whatever they are. Having committed oneself to doing these things stimulates your sensory part of the brain and becomes part of a new developing World where children can learn a new way of living with untold levels of greater knowledge and understanding. The time has passed for ignoring the reality of truth. Knowledge must now be seen as of paramount importance to every individual. We have to learn how to acquire wisdom before further catastrophic wars develop with untold suffering. Little is known of the brain but most fortunately, we all have one. Development of the brain is such that the thought process is instrumental in the quality of thought that it produces and is the breakthrough now needed for a new enlightened Millennium. The brain has this sensory ability not yet fully understood or recognized but it is there and is a very important gateway to the proper working of the remainder of the brain. When people speak in hope of large deserts being made fruitful, greater deserts exist in the brain through ignorance and must be cultivated first. Sensory ability has been used by prophets for thousands of years and now can be developed by the individual in every land. Words alone cannot stimulate and change the sensory ability of the brain only the actions of the individual. Only then the individual begins to see the reality of truth and the new work promotes even greater understanding. This condition is only one of the many untold treasures discovered in attaining greater knowledge.
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Dear Friends,
I have written a small article on ' Why war is evil' , in the above website, that you may find, is a different approach to the understanding of what could be, a way forward to Peace

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Peace in our time.

Posted on November 27, 2010 at 13:00 1 Comment

Stopping to think of the history of the world and again to the present day, how many people would vote for peace?. One would surmise that well over ninety per cent would vote for peace.The time has come for non-violent people to stand up and be counted. Communications are such now as to have a world referendum when nation can speak to nation on this matter of Peace Worldwide?. This can be arranged by Peace movements coming together to

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Development of the Third Eye.

Posted on November 23, 2010 at 17:00 0 Comments

The Third Eye as you know, or again, maybe not, is the spiritual gateway to greater understanding leading to enlightenment through spiritual acceptance. The question however, is how do we stimulate the eye to work within our being? The Eye is stimulated through spiritual actions of caring for our brothers and sisters who need help. These positive actions develop the working of the Eye to guide the individual in all of their daily

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BALANCED THINKING AND ACTIONS.

Posted on November 11, 2010 at 10:35 7 Comments

BALANCED THINKING AND ACTIONS.



The greatest need for thinking and actions to bring about Global Peace is for the individual to realize the measure of spirituality in their life. No government or dictator can stop people from developing their own spirituality. This will transform their peaceful ways to generate peace-seeking groups of non-violence to change their Country to a peaceful member of the world society and develop a transparent based democracy for all to see. People are… Continue

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At 15:50 on January 21, 2011, Purvi Vyas said…

Hello Tom,

 

I hope you are feeling better.. I am doing well. I have not figured out how to use this just as yet so the delay in the reply. 

 

Take care and will be in touch

At 14:20 on October 6, 2010, Balamurali Balaji said…
Dear Thomas,

Pls. find the TGP document I have sent to your email address.

regards
At 16:35 on February 9, 2010, Dipak Dholakia said…
We are already friends through Third Eye! I enjoy debate. Sometimes newer ideas come to my mind while writing. May not be new ideas but new ways to project ideas. By the way, if you have anything new on Third Eye, please do post it. I am eager to know how the West views it.
At 21:09 on January 19, 2010, Dipak Dholakia said…
I do not know what it means. That is the reason I have joined this forum. I do not claim to know everything. I feel it does not viollate peace if we raise our voice against something we think is wrong. Maybe I am wrong, maybe right.
At 17:38 on January 7, 2010, Thomas Mitchell Glen said…
"The Nobel prize Committee was prevailed upon then by some forces condemning Gandhi". How true is this statement and if so is there proof of such opposition?
At 12:24 on January 7, 2010, Dipak Dholakia said…
Dear Thomas,
Thanks.
I sent a message to some of you to join the discussion on “Nobel peace Prize - What about Mahtama Gandhi?”But it was incomplete. I had forgotten to send you the link. It is:
http://www.gandhitopia.org/group/mgnd/forum/topics/nobel-peace-prize-what-about">
The question may naturally arise, if Mahatma Gandhi could be honored enough by such awards? Yes, he IS beyond such small things. Then why so much hue and cry? The simple reason is: Who or what defines PEACE? The Nobel prize Committee was prevailed upon then by some forces condemning Gandhi. The committee has not only NOT accepted the historical blunder but also has never given a hint that it was wrong. All Nobel Peace laureates too are silent. Is there no one in Norwegian Parliament who thinks like many of us?
Let us begin to raise this issue and spread the message to all. It is a political debate, which has not been conducted publicly so far. Gandhi was not a non-political, spiritual saint. His vision transcends all barriers It would be wrong to behave in saintly detachment and take solace in the belief that he was greater than the prize. There have been voices raising the issue of denial of the prize to Gandhi but this has not been taken up by the powers that be. However small we may be, who knows, we may make a difference
Our friend, Björn Rohde-Liebenau (BjrnRohdeL 047) has added a feather to the discussion by posting two links exposing betrayal of Alfred Nobel’s will. Links are: http://www.transcend.org/tms/galtung_editorial_archive_detail.php?a...
and also:http://www.transnational.org/Resources_Nonviolence/2008/Heffermehl_...
I request you to please visit the discussion and also read the articles provided with links. Whether you agree or not your views will be very valuable. Kindly try to send this message to all your friends on this site, even if they face multiplication of the same.
Regards
Dipak Dholakia
At 19:12 on January 6, 2010, Dipak Dholakia said…
Dear Thomas,
Happy New Year.
Please visit the discussion in this forum "NOBEL PEACE PRIZE: What About Mahatma Gandhi?"
I request you to respond to it with your views.
Dipak Dholakia
 
 
 

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