Zhuan Falun (Turning The Law Wheel)
06-06-2017, 02:32 AM,
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I have something that I feel will be of great interest to people. It's a fascinating book that talks about high level spiritual things from a scientific perspective. This book is intriguing as it talks about many similar things to what people in mystical states mention such as seeing into parallel dimensions and interacting with beings from other worlds etc.

This book is called Zhuan Falun and it is from the Buddha Law School of Cultivation however it is not Buddhism the religion or Daoism the religion, it's something more profound. It seems to me to be more of a spiritual science as many of the terms and concepts in the book are talked about in a scientific down to earth manner instead of flowery mystical prose which I found very refreshing.

Now here is where it gets interesting, this book talks about the following things:

● Other Dimensions - Levels Of Dimensions spanning into the microcosm and also outwards into the macrocosm

● The Soul - It talks about people having a Master soul and a subordinate soul which is hidden from you but is at a more advanced level then you, it states some people have more then one Subordinate soul and some are of not of the same sex as you i.e males having a female subordinate soul etc.

● Microcosmic worlds - This concept was very far out but it talks about there being worlds within you, countless worlds. Similar to our world with life , water, animals etc. An analogy is zooming an an atom within one of your cells and realizing at that level of magnification it is just like our solar system. Then zooming into a single particle in that world and finding out it too is a vast world, apparently the level it can go onwards like this is beyond imagination.

● Supernatural Abilities - In the book they mention that everyone has them it is just that they have atrophied. It goes into depth about this topic. Some abilities that are mentioned are precognition, retrocognition and remote vision.

● The 3rd Eye - Talks about how at the front part of our pineal gland there is a complete structure of an eye there. Modern science calls it a vestigial eye but in the cultivation world they say this eye just naturally exists like that and it can be activated allowing one to pierce through this dimension and see other dimensions. It talks about how there are many levels to this 3rd eye and it goes into great depth about it.

● Thoughts - This part was amazing. It talks about how a human brain is just a processing plant. How the real you is actually your soul, it's like your whole body and brain is just a vehicle and that the true commands are issued by your master soul, but this master soul is very tiny and it can switch positions while inside you and it can also expand and shrink. It can move from your brain to your heart and to other parts of your body and it is 'he' who calls the shots. Your brain is just the factory which your master soul sends his cosmic commands to which then create the forms of expression and communication we use such as speech, gestures, etc.

These are just a few things that are covered but there are many many other things which blew my mind when I read it because of how it resonated with some of the mystical experiences people sometimes have, especially the multidimensional nature of reality and how all of them are hidden in our day to day perceptions of the world.

If this sounds interesting to anyone you can grab a copy of the book here:

http://en.falundafa.org/eng/pdf/ZFL2014.pdf
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06-06-2017, 08:28 AM,
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Chinese mystery schools are truly fascinating. Thanks for sharing this, I don't think I've ever found such an in-depth information source on these kinds of teachings. I'm particularly fond of the descriptions of the "living beings" which the human body is able to produce through transmuting yin and yang energies, the "immortal infant" and other such mysterious things. I wish I could bridge some of these concepts with the confederation material, they seem like completely different ballparks in a lot of cases.
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06-06-2017, 11:33 AM,
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You're most welcome MangusKhan. Yes the book goes into great detail about these spiritual topics, the 'Cosmic Orbit' and the structure of the 3rd eye and it's various manifestations are also fascinating sections of the book. I hope you (and anyone who grabs a copy of the book) finds it an enlightening read, I know I sure did. : )
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04-08-2019, 05:33 AM,
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Just to let people know, a new version of the book has been released with an even more accurate translation from the original Chinese:

http://falundafa.org/eng/eng/pdf/Zhuan-Falun-2018.pdf

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04-08-2019, 04:33 PM,
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This article may be of interest to anyone wishing to better understand Falun Gong - it certainly was to me:

https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/stepping-into-the-uncanny-unsettling-world-of-shen-yun

In particular, these paragraphs:

Quote:Falun Gong was founded by a man named Li Hongzhi, who registered the group with the Chinese government in 1992. (In 1989, after the Tiananmen Square Protests, the Chinese Communist Party established a registry of social organizations, in order to head off political upheaval.) He soon attracted “tens of millions of adherents,” the political-science professor Maria Hsia Chang writes in “Falun Gong: The End of Days.” Falun Gong started holding enormous gatherings; by the mid-nineties, there were more than two thousand Falun Gong practice stations in Beijing alone. Troubled by the possibility that a large part of the population was becoming more loyal to Li than to the Communist Party, the government began cracking down on Qigong groups and banning sales of Falun Gong publications. By 1999, the government was estimating that the group had seventy million adherents; that year, more than ten thousand of them staged a silent protest in front of the central government compound, in Beijing. An arrest warrant was issued for Li, who had already immigrated to Queens, New York. The Chinese legislature subsequently passed, and began violently enforcing, an anti-cult law.

Li has been open about his beliefs that evolution is fraudulent, that people of different races will be separated in Heaven, and that homosexuality and promiscuity are unnatural. He told Time that aliens were attempting to control humans by making us dependent on modern science. (He intended to be metaphorical, he later said.) A San Francisco man named Samuel Luo has claimed that his mother and stepfather refused essential medical treatment because of Falun Gong’s teachings that sickness is based in karma; he has also claimed that they came to believe that it was the gods’ plan to eliminate the gay population. Luo set up a Web site called The Untold Story of Falun Gong in 2007, and Falun Gong responded by complaining to the domain provider. The organization also threatened to sue the International Cultic Studies Association for bringing Luo to a conference as a presenter. Other religions resist modern medicine, and many faiths have held racist views or have opposed homosexuality (or both). But Falun Gong’s defensive reactions not only to criticism but to basic journalistic inquiry can suggest an institution that would prefer people not ask very many questions. In response to a list of questions related to this article, a representative from Falun Gong’s information center, who had previously clarified a few points over the phone, sent an impassioned, six-hundred-word e-mail expressing dismay at some of the details mentioned in the questions and arguing that negative stories about Falun Gong make it easier for the Chinese government to wage its campaign of persecution. The representative asked that he not be quoted at all. He did not answer any of the questions. (I separately requested comment, multiple times, from Shen Yun, but never heard back.)
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04-09-2019, 12:37 AM, (This post was last modified: 04-09-2019, 12:37 AM by EnergyGem.)
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(04-08-2019, 04:33 PM)Stranger Wrote:  This article may be of interest to anyone wishing to better understand Falun Gong - it certainly was to me:

https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/stepping-into-the-uncanny-unsettling-world-of-shen-yun

In particular, these paragraphs:


Quote:Falun Gong was founded by a man named Li Hongzhi, who registered the group with the Chinese government in 1992. (In 1989, after the Tiananmen Square Protests, the Chinese Communist Party established a registry of social organizations, in order to head off political upheaval.) He soon attracted “tens of millions of adherents,” the political-science professor Maria Hsia Chang writes in “Falun Gong: The End of Days.” Falun Gong started holding enormous gatherings; by the mid-nineties, there were more than two thousand Falun Gong practice stations in Beijing alone. Troubled by the possibility that a large part of the population was becoming more loyal to Li than to the Communist Party, the government began cracking down on Qigong groups and banning sales of Falun Gong publications. By 1999, the government was estimating that the group had seventy million adherents; that year, more than ten thousand of them staged a silent protest in front of the central government compound, in Beijing. An arrest warrant was issued for Li, who had already immigrated to Queens, New York. The Chinese legislature subsequently passed, and began violently enforcing, an anti-cult law.

Li has been open about his beliefs that evolution is fraudulent, that people of different races will be separated in Heaven, and that homosexuality and promiscuity are unnatural. He told Time that aliens were attempting to control humans by making us dependent on modern science. (He intended to be metaphorical, he later said.) A San Francisco man named Samuel Luo has claimed that his mother and stepfather refused essential medical treatment because of Falun Gong’s teachings that sickness is based in karma; he has also claimed that they came to believe that it was the gods’ plan to eliminate the gay population. Luo set up a Web site called The Untold Story of Falun Gong in 2007, and Falun Gong responded by complaining to the domain provider. The organization also threatened to sue the International Cultic Studies Association for bringing Luo to a conference as a presenter. Other religions resist modern medicine, and many faiths have held racist views or have opposed homosexuality (or both). But Falun Gong’s defensive reactions not only to criticism but to basic journalistic inquiry can suggest an institution that would prefer people not ask very many questions. In response to a list of questions related to this article, a representative from Falun Gong’s information center, who had previously clarified a few points over the phone, sent an impassioned, six-hundred-word e-mail expressing dismay at some of the details mentioned in the questions and arguing that negative stories about Falun Gong make it easier for the Chinese government to wage its campaign of persecution. The representative asked that he not be quoted at all. He did not answer any of the questions. (I separately requested comment, multiple times, from Shen Yun, but never heard back.)

There is currently a massive propaganda campaign against Falun Dafa by the Chinese Communist Party. This propaganda also has it's tentacles in many Western countries including newspapers and certain bought and paid for news organizations. They even have an 'Internet Water Army' designed to spread propaganda about Falun Dafa across the web:

http://en.minghui.org/cc/9/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Water_Army

The whole world supports Falun Dafa apart from the Chinese Communist Party:

"By April 2001, Li Hongzhi had received over 340 awards and proclamations from Australia, Canada, China (before crackdown), Japan, Russia, and the U.S. in recognition of the contributions to people's spiritual and physical health, and to freedom of belief in the world. These include certificates of recognition from several governmental bodies in the United States – including Honorary Citizenship awarded by The State of Georgia and city of Atlanta. On 14 March 2001, The Freedom House bestowed Li Hongzhi and Falun Gong with an International Religious Freedom Award for the advancement of religious and spiritual freedom at a ceremony in the United States Senate. In the same year, Li was ranked the most powerful communicator in Asia by Asiaweek magazine "for his power to inspire, to mobilize people and to spook Beijing". He was nominated for the 2001 Sakharov Prize by over 25 members of European Parliament, was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2000 and 2001, and in 2013 was ranked by Foreign Policy Magazine as one of the 500 most powerful people in the world."

From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Li_Hongzhi#Life_abroad


The Chinese Communist Party is still persecuting these good people by sending them to concentration camps, torturing them and harvesting there organs for sale on the black market, these operations are performed while the victim is till alive. An evil like this hasn't been seen like this before:

http://en.minghui.org/cc/5/

http://en.minghui.org/cc/8/

http://en.minghui.org/cc/4/


Some points to be addressed in the article:

In regards to homosexuality and promiscuity it's true, Falun Dafa regards it as sinful behavior, many upright schools believe this to be so however.

In regards to the alien phenomena many governments around the world also know that there is an alien presence on this planet but keep much of this information from the public. The article in question outright lied however, Mr Li Hongzhi never said the alien phenomena is metaphorical but very much real.

Here is the full interview with Time Asia: http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2053761,00.html

In regards to healing and karma, Falun Dafa teaches that most adversity including sickness has Karmik reasons behind it. It completely respects free will and one can still go to doctors and take medication if they choose but the core underlying issue of sickness is Karma. Hundreds of thousands of people around the world have benefited from Falun Dafa's healing and rejuvenating effects:

http://en.minghui.org/html/articles/2005/4/3/59184.html

http://www.pureinsight.org/node/6628

Many western fake news organizations take bribes from the Chinese Communist regime, it's a sad state of affairs that American journalism is being polluted by the Communist specter:

https://www.theepochtimes.com/chapter-thirteen-hijacking-the-media_2684140.html

Here is a balanced and quite fair view of Falun Dafa:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falun_Gong
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11-15-2019, 08:54 AM, (This post was last modified: 11-15-2019, 08:57 AM by EnergyGem.)
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A quick bump for those who may have missed the book.

I have also found a very interesting article on Sarira which are small beaded like crystals that are left behind from enlightened beings:

https://thebl.com/science/buddhas-tooth-contains-otherworldly-matter-expert-and-reveals-unbelievable-close-up-image.html
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