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  LeMuria Philippines Saturday, June 30, 2007 4:00:32 AM The Philippines is a subcontinent of MU or LeMUria. It is known as Maharloka (Great Land). Maharloka is one of the seven subcontinents that MU protected. The seven subcontinents protected by MU are: Tapaloka, Janaloka, Maharloka, Atalaloka, Vitalaloka, Sutalaloka, and Talatalaloka. The MU of LeMUria means mother: the power to nurture strength. The symbol is a square, sometimes an oblong, and that looks like an open mouth of a babe ready to suckle. Later, this symbol turned into a Cross or an Svastika. The other symbol of MU is the eight rays radiating from a circle. It may also be seen as a blooming flower. At a distance this blooming flower or lotus can be mistaken as a wheel. The Philippines is a subcontinent of MU or LeMUria. It is known as Maharloka (Great Land). Maharloka is one of the seven subcontinents that MU protected. The seven subcontinents protected by MU are: Tapaloka, Janaloka, Maharloka, Atalaloka, Vitalaloka, Sutalaloka, and Talatalaloka. The MU of LeMUria means mother: the power to nurture strength. The symbol is a square, sometimes an oblong, and that looks like an open mouth of a babe ready to suckle. Later, this symbol turned into a Cross or an Svastika. The other symbol of MU is the eight rays radiating from a circle. It may also be seen as a blooming flower. At a distance this blooming flower or lotus can be mistaken as a wheel. Karma-yoga is the perfected yoga in Maharloka. It is understandable that Filipinos are at home with rituals and ceremonies. This collective consciousness explains why Filipinos have so many deities to appease. In a way, Maharloka is a land of devotees. The generating center is from the chest to the neck. This also explains why Maharloka is a land of warriors. The eight continents are the eight portals of wherein celestial beings appear into human forms. The eight continents are the eight lotus of the temporal world. By restoring order to the temporal, the celestial is established. Judeo-Christianity, Islam, Taoism, Confucianism and Islam shares a common principle. They have the same object of establishing the celestial order using the eight principles. The I Ching (Book of Change) shows the combination of the eight celestial and temporal principles. The result is the Grand Terminus, the Mandate of Heaven on earth.   In Judeo-Christianity, the Beatitudes (and the Last Words) serve as core principles. In Islam, the Opening prayer (Al-Fatihah) serves as the core principles. In Taoism and Confucianism, the Pa Kua (Eight Trigrams) serves as the core principles. In the Vedas, the eight-petaled lotus of the spiritual world serves as core principles. What is most interesting is that all of the core principles fit in the same sequence of patterns. It would be too far to consider them all as a mere coincidence. There are two forces involved in the realization of these eight principles: the individual endeavor and the cosmic force. This may be likened to the Conscious and the Supra-Conscious minds. Only when these two forces harmonize that the mandate of Heaven is manifested. One Kua is composed of three lines, while some are all straight lines and others may appear broken. When the Kuas combine, the combination becomes six lines (hexagrams). The first three lines below are known as the inner kua while the next three lines above are known as the outer kua. There are eight traditional images to the eight principles: heaven, earth, water, fire, mountain, lake, wind, and thunder. The transmutation process is not limited to the traditional images. The principles are changing and are about change. Of the eight images, heaven is the symbol of MU, which represents the hidden dragon. Every subcontinent, like the Philippines, has a hidden dragon. This dragon will only appear if the correct sequence of the images is followed. Only when the dragon appears can it unleash its spiritual power of spiritual and material restoration. Except for MU, there are only three prime dragons in the temporal sphere: the last of the three is that of Maharloka. The dragon of Maharloka is the connecting link or hub of the other seven dragons. When the dragon of Maharloka is awakened, all the other seven dragons will be awakened on the process. There are two sequences in awaking the dragon: the Celestial order and the Temporal order. The celestial order is producing or balancing while the temporal order is dissolving or harmonizing. The awakening of the dragon requires an understanding of man’s spiritual psychology. A good example is the Beatitudes: it has psychological, social, political, and economic implications. A narrow understanding is to consider it as a religious position or a utopian ideal, which has no practical value at all. The Beatitudes follow the temporal order: Heaven: poor in spirit; Water: mourn; Mountain: meek; Thunder: hunger and thirst for righteousness; Wind: merciful; Fire: pure in heart; Earth: peacemakers; Lake: persecuted for righteousness.  The images used in the I Ching serve as Oracles or Visions. Metaphors, parables, and stories convey images. It is only through images that the Supra-conscious mind responds. The stories taken from local folk tales are non-different from the stories handed to us by Fu Hsi, Jesus, Krishna, and Muhammad as regards to its transmutation power. Our inability to discover the principle behind the folk tales makes it hard for us to enter the dragon’s gate. Japan’s Shintoism and Tibet’s Tibetan Buddhism are basic examples of folk practices that open’s the dragon’s gate. It is no wonder that even before Christianity and Islam entered the Philippines; bodhisattvas had already appeared to protect the local folks. The images of the I Ching, the Bible, the Vedas, and the Qur-an are seeds of goodness. They are called prophecies, visions, or oracles. Until they are properly planted in the right soil, they will remain as ideas with no power in itself. By knowing the right order in planting, the seeds will eventually bear the right fruits. The fruits experienced before, will be the same fruits that will be experienced now. When Karma yoga is refined, it becomes Bhakti yoga. Bhakti yoga is the establishing of connection with one’s object of affection through love or devotion. Bhakti yoga is the way of lovers and saints. The srcinal source of love is the Supreme Godhead. This makes the nature of love as divine and eternal. We are extensions of this divine expression and our end is to always attach ourselves to this divine expression with no question of time, place, and circumstances. The religious teachings of Christianity and Islam is appealing to Filipinos is because such religious practices invokes this divine sentiment. This leads us to the idea that it is the Bhakti nature of the religious practice that attaches us to the practice. The I Ching, the Bible, and the Qur-an are testaments of the divine relationship that is constantly being re-established from time to time. Such messages do not lend easily to literal interpretation. The secrets are well hidden through the obvious stories that children can memorize without understanding the meaning. One key in knowing the secret is in understanding the image used. The images used are universal and appeals to the heart. There is an old principle that we are what we think. During the process of self-understanding, the heart is undertaking a pilgrimage. This starts first from the study of great and sacred literatures then finally ends in the deeper study of one’s personhood. This temporal body then is the only scripture that needs constant pondering. The I Ching serves as a magnifying lens: whatever we hope to see we will eventually see. This is what makes the I Ching a very powerful and prophetic material. The I Ching allows us to explore the hidden aspects of other sacred literatures through its magnifying effect.   The mind has this projective tendency in every interaction. It creates rigid frames of responses in reference to oneself. The I Ching is used to explore this projective tendency by subtly reflecting back the framed response. Man is a creature of habit. The I Ching discloses this habits and shows how to creatively modify them from a state of rigidity to a state of flexibility. The I Ching allows us also to understand the limits of habits and to understand out true spontaneous nature. This world is a projection of the Supreme Godhead’s mind. We have this projective power and this can only be used rightfully if used to flow with the projection of the Supreme Godhead. Our projection that does not flow with the Supreme Godhead’s projection will eventually bring illusion and frustrations. Only the thought of the Supreme Godhead is reality. This reality is love. This is what our hearts long for during its pilgrimage in this lifetime. Filipinos have a greater chance of understanding this reality due to being born in a subcontinent of higher dimension. This pilgrimage will expedite to awakening of the hidden dragon of Maharloka. This pilgrimage will enable MU and her other subcontinents to awaken also. The dragon is there within; each one is a dragon. When the right condition, this dragon appears with other dragons. When each and every individual’s dragon awakens the dragon of Maharloka, then this will also serve to awaken the other seven dragons of the other continents.
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