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Hinduismus
(Bewusstseinswerte nach der BW-Skala)

 

 

 

Gîtâ-Govinda-Manuskript, Krishna und Gopîs im Walde
Westindischer Maler, ~1550

 

 

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BW-Werte des Hinduismus


BW-Skala der Religion Hinduismus

BW-WertHinduistisch relevante Themen
1000Krishna Avatar, Gründer des Hinduismus
1000Urlehre des Hinduismus
999Karma
925Sanatana Dharma der Rishis
905Dravidismus
855 Vedanta Vollendung des 'Veda' (Wissens)1
600Sikhismus
595 Vedanta Vollendung des 'Veda' (Wissens)2
550Tamil Siddha Vedanta
495Janismus
475Radhasoami
470Subud
460Hare Krishna hinduistische Glaubensgruppe
Internationalen Gesellschaft für Krishna-Bewusstsein (ISKCON), bekannt als Hare Krishna-Bewegung
420Sikhismus

Heilige, Mystiker und Theologen des Hinduismus


BW-Werte von hinduistischen Heiligen

1000 Krishna
760 Mahatma Gandhi
720Nisargadatta Maharaj
720Ramana Maharshi
715Patanjali
710Adi Shankaracharya
695Kasyapa
655Abhinavagupta
655Muktananda3
Achtung: Muktananda wurde als missbräuchlicher Guru entlarvt.
620Sri Ramakrishna
610Vivekananda
605Sri Aurobindo
605Swami Satchidananda
570Samartha Ramdas
550Swami Prabhavananda (1893-1976)
540Gopi Krishna
540Paramahansa Yogananda
535Shri Yukteswar
530Sri Ramanujacharya [Lakshmana Muni] (1017-1137)
520Sri Madhvacharya
520Poonjaji
505A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada [Abhay Charan De]
505Mahendranath Gupta
500Bhagavan Nityananda
495Nanak Dev
485Swami Buddhananda
485Shirdi Sai Baba
480Swami Sri Ananda Acharya

 

Wikipedia-Eintrag: Liste von Mystikern

Hinduistisches Schrifttum


Hinduistische heilige Schriften

970Upanishaden
970Veden
910Bhagavad Gita
740Yogasutren des Patanjali
705Rigveda
635Vijnana Bhairava
590Rhubyat des Omar Chayyām
505Adi Granth (Guru Granth Sahib)

Hinduistische Yoga-Praktiken


Hinduistische Mantras und Yoga-Praktiken

975Jnana-Yoga
935 Bhakti-Yoga
935 Raja-Yoga
740Mantra "Om"
915 Karma-Yoga
650 Mantra "Shanti, Shanti, Shanti"
630 Mantra "Om Namaha Shivaja"
510Kundalini-Yoga
495Surat Shabd Yoga (Sahaj Marg)
410Kriya-Yoga
390Hatha-Yoga
190Pranayama, kontrollierte Atemübungen

 

Yoga means Attunement with God.

  1. Jnana Yoga means Right Knowledge leading to Right Action and Right Devotion.
  2. Bhakti Yoga means Right Devotion leading to Right Knowledge and Right Action.
  3. Karma Yoga means Right Action leading to Right Devotion and Right Knowledge.

 

Verschiedene Quellen von D. Hawkins, besonders Discovery of the Presence of God. Devotional Nonduality, S. 76, 2007

Sakrale Bauten und Kraftorte des Hinduismus


BW-Werte von hinduistischen Sakralbauten / Pilgerorten

BW-WertNamen von sakralen Orten und Bauwerken
550Aranachula, heiliger Berg in Südindien
515Ganges heiliger Fluss in Indien
510Dachgeschoß und Satsang-Stätte von Nisargadatta Maharaj

Zitate zum Thema Hinduismus / Hinduism

Zitate von D. Hawkins

⚠ Achtung Siehe Power vs. Truth (engl.) Januar 2013

  • In der Bhagavad Gita (BW 900+) gibt es eine Stelle, worin Krishna Arjuna ("der da Pfeile schießt") anhält zu kämpfen. Er sagte ihm, dass man alle Männer in den drei Welten abschlachten könne und unberührt von Sünde bliebe. Während des Tagesseminars The Miraculous in Sedona im Jahr 2006 sprach Hawkins genau diese Passage an und betonte, dass sie sowie das ganze Kapitel, worin sie steht, explizit von der Gesamt-BW-Messung der Bhagavad Gita ausgenommen sei. Sedona Seminar Is the Miraculous Real?, 3 DVD-Set, 9. Dezember 2006

Quotes by D. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

 

  • The inclusive mentality of India is not well understood from the traditional Western viewpoint of the Newtonian paradigm of reality with its customary, circumscribed, logical construction. In Hindu culture, Divinity is expressed more as a holographic panoply of points of observation, and the reflection is the consequence of the point of view of the observer. Thus God is not a definable or a limited concept, as signified by the triune of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. ?, 2005

 

 

Zitate aus der Bhaghavad Gita (Hinduismus)

  • Die Unverblendeten, die ohne Hochmut und Verwirrung sind, die den Makel der Verhaftung besiegt haben, die immer im Selbst ruhen, von denen die Wünsche abgefallen sind, die von den Gegensätzen, wie Freude und Leid, befreit sind, die gelangen zu dieser ewigen Stätte. Bhagavad Gita [BW 910], Quelle unbekannt

Quotes from Bhagavad Gita / Abhinavagupta

  • That which is not [the objects separate from the Self] never comes into being, and that which is [The Self] never ceases to be. Bhagavad Gita [LoC 910]

 

  • At any given moment in time, we are what we are; and we have to accept the consequences of being ourselves. Only through this acceptance can we begin to evolve further. We may select the battle-ground. We cannot avoid the battle. Bhagavad Gita [LoC 910]

 

  • When your intellect has cleared itself of its delusions, you will become indifferent to the results of all action.   Bhagavad Gita [LoC 910]

 

  • A serene spirit accepts pleasure and pain with an even mind and is unmoved by either. Bhagavad Gita [LoC 910]

 

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Symbolism

  • The ancient sacred writings do not clearly distinguish history from symbology; rather they often intermix the two in the tradition of scriptural revelation. […] Bhagavad Gita was very cleverly written by Saga Vyasa by interweaving historical facts with psychological and spiritual truths. […]
    In interpreting scripture, one must not, therefore, ignore the factual and historical elements in which the truth was couched.
    One must distinguish between an ordinary illustration of a moral doctrine or recounting of a spiritual phenomenon and that of a deeper esoteric intent. One has to know how to recognise the signs of the convergence of material illustrations with spiritual doctrines without trying to drag a hidden meaning out of everything. One must know how to intuit the cues and express declarations of the author and never fetch out meanings not intended, mislead by enthusiasm and the imaginative habit of trying to squeeze spiritual significance from every word or statement. The true way to understand scripture is through intuition, attuning oneself to the inner realisation of truth. The Bhagavad Gita, p. xxii f., translated and commented by Paramahansa Yogananda [Mukunda Lal Ghosh] [LoC 540] (1893-1952) Bengalian Indian Hindu sage, yogi, philosopher, author

 

  • The universe awakens when You awaken and vanishes when You withdraw. Therefore the totality of existence and non-existence is one with You. Abhinavagupta [LoC 655] Kashmeerian Shivaism (Hinduism)

 

Ashtavakra Gita

  • You are the one observer and, as such, you have, indeed, always been free.
    Your only bondage has been that you see someone else as the observer.
    You have been bitten by the deadly black serpent of the ego,
    and you therefore consider yourself as the doer.

    Drink the nectar of the faith that you are not the doer, and be happy.
    Ashtavakra Gita, Advaita Vedanta scripture

Zitate von anderen Quellen

Quotes by various other sources

Truth is one, the sages speak of it by many names. Vedas [LoC 970] Hindu wisdom scripture

 

Lead me from the unreal to the real, lead me from darkness to light, lead me from death to immortality. Upanishads [LoC 970] Hindu philosophical teachings

 

The light that shines above the heavens and above this world, the light that shines in the highest world, beyond which there are no others – that is the light that shines in the heart of men. Chandogya Upanishad

 

The Self that is subtler than the subtle and greater than the great is seated in the heart of every creature. One who is free from desire sees the glory of the Self through the tranquillity of the mind and senses and becomes absolved from grief. Katha Upanishad, 4.-5. century BC

 

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Akasha

  • It is the omnipresent, all-penetrating existence. Everything that has form, everything that is the result of combination, is evolved out of this Akasha. It is the Akasha that becomes the air, that becomes the liquids, that becomes the solids; it is the Akasha that becomes the sun, the earth, the moon, the stars, the comets; it is the Akasha that becomes the human body, the animal body, the plants, every form that we see, everything that can be sensed, everything that exists. It cannot be perceived; it is so subtle that it is beyond all ordinary perception; it can only be seen when it has become gross, has taken form. At the beginning of creation there is only this Akasha. At the end of the cycle the solid, the liquids, and the gases all melt into the Akasha again, and the next creation similarly proceeds out of this Akasha. Swami Vivekananda [LoC 610] (1863-1902) Indian Hindu saint, monk, scholar, Raja Yoga, S. 33, Calcutta: Advaita Ashrama, 1982

 

  • You are neither the body nor the mind, but something different from that. You say, ‘My mind is going crazy,’ or ‘That blew my mind.’ That means, you know that you are different from your mind. This is what is called Jnana Yoga, the path of realizing the true Self.
    Constantly detach yourself.
    Sri Ramana Maharshi always questioned, ‘Who is hungry? Who is thirsty? Who is unhappy? Who is upset? Who has that desire? Who wants to do this?’
    Question yourself always. Then you will know that there is something that urges you to do all these various things. When you recognize that something is doing everything and you are the witness. That is Sahaja Samadhi. That is the state of Self-realization. Swami Satchidananda [LoC 605] (1914-2002) Indian religious teacher (mainly in the United States), spiritual master, yoga adept, author of philosophical and spiritual books, Integral Yoga

 

  • The ancient sacred writings do not clearly distinguish history from symbology; rather they often intermix the two in the tradition of scriptural revelation. […] Bhagavad Gita was very cleverly written by Saga Vyasa by interweaving historical facts with psychological and spiritual truths. […]
    In interpreting scripture, one must not, therefore, ignore the factual and historical elements in which the truth was couched.
    One must distinguish between an ordinary illustration of a moral doctrine or recounting of a spiritual phenomenon and that of a deeper esoteric intent. One has to know how to recognise the signs of the convergence of material illustrations with spiritual doctrines without trying to drag a hidden meaning out of everything. One must know how to intuit the cues and express declarations of the author and never fetch out meanings not intended, mislead by enthusiasm and the imaginative habit of trying to squeeze spiritual significance from every word or statement. The true way to understand scripture is through intuition, attuning oneself to the inner realisation of truth. The Bhagavad Gita, p. xxii f., translated and commented by Paramahansa Yogananda [Mukunda Lal Ghosh] [LoC 540] (1893-1952) Bengalian Indian Hindu sage, yogi, philosopher, author

 

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Akasha

  • The Hindu rishis (seers) specified this concept (of Akasha) as a full-fledged cosmology. They held that there are not four but five elements of the cosmos:
    1. Vata (air),
    2. Agni (fire),
    3. Ap (water), and
    4. Prithivi (earth) … and also
    5. Akasha, variously described as space, brilliance, or all-encompassing light. The Akasha is the fundamental element. It holds the other elements in itself, but it is also outside of them, for it is beyond space and time. According to Paramahansa Yogananda, the Akasha is the subtle background against which everything in the material universe becomes perceptible.   Ervin Laszlo, Ph.D. (*1932) Hungarian philosopher of science, systems theorist, integral theorist, Cultural Creative, ontologist, author, The Self-Actualizing Cosmos. The Akasha Revolution in Science and Human Consciousness, Inner Traditions, 2. March 2014

Index: Hinduismus / Hinduism – Bücher von D. Hawkins

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Literatur

Literature (engl.)

  • Paramahansa Yogananda [Mukunda Lal Ghosh] [LoC 540] (1893-1952) Bengalian Indian Hindu sage, yogi, philosopher, author, translator and commentator of The Bhagavad Gita, Autobiography of a Yogi, Self-Realization Fellowship, Thus, 1st edition 12. December 1946

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1 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 342, 2005

2 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 367, 2005

3 ⚡ Case of the abusive guru Muktananda – Testimonials of his former students

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