Divine Hands Of Shri Buddha“Buddha had Dharma. His body was clean. His mind, His attention did not find any joy in worldly greed or desires. His cup was ready and it emptied when He became tired of His searching and surrendered. That was the moment in which the Divine vibrations poured like torrential rain; the Shakti filled His cup and made Him the Shakta, the Enlightened One.”- Shri Mataji
On March 10, 1994, Kash requested Shri Mataji to take him to visit Shri Buddha again. This was his third visit to Shri Buddha and a strange incident took place.
After covering vast distances the Great Adi Shakti and he arrived at Shri Buddha's abode. They exchanged the customary greetings and sat down before the invisible Buddha.
But just before going into meditation Shri Buddha, who was invisible to Kash but not to the Divine Mother, suddenly exposed both His hands. The rest of His body was invisible except for the hands. (This is not the case of his brother Arwinder who claims that he has seen the Buddha in full form many times. When asked how does he know that is so Arwinder replied that he had asked Shri Buddha and was told so.)
Kash just looked at them without any reaction at this unique sight. The palms were of average size and were visible until His wrist.
Kash never asked Shri Mataji nor was he told to inquire why Shri Buddha only revealed His hands. However, it is strongly felt that it signifies a subtle message. It is safe to say that the revelation of His Hands is the first sign from Shri Buddha to humankind since He left Mother Earth more that two and a half millenniums ago.
The strength of this statement rests on the fact that until today no Buddhist have ever penetrated into the Divine World of the Thousand Petaled Lotus and come face to face with the Enlightened One! The greatest Buddhist monks and masters have visited many strange lands and met many spirits, but they never found the Awakened One. Since this has taken place the first time ever, it is imperative that all Buddhists inquire the reason behind such a Divine Revelation.
After his third visit Kash began to meditate with Shri Buddha, and the other Divine Beings, on a regular basis. As usual, Shri Buddha's two hands were the only sign of His presence among the other Messengers of the Almighty Creator.
On Vesak Day, May 14, 1995, at 10:30 a.m. Kash went to wish Shri Buddha on this auspicious day.
As usual they were already sitting in a semi-circle.
He bowed down to Shri Mataji, and sat down beside Her. He then told Her of his intention to see the Enlightened One.
Shri Brahmananda Devi replied that he could and informed that Shri Buddha was sitting between Shri Jesus and Shri Saraswati.
Kash then walked towards the direction of Shri Jesus and Shri Saraswati. He noticed an empty space between the Universal Savior and the Goddess of Learning.
Kash bowed deeply to Shri Buddha, who was invisible except for His hands. Shri Jesus was sitting on His left and Shri Saraswati on His right.
Kash wished Him a Happy Vesak Day and the Enlightened One replied,” Thank you very much“In Sanskrit (translated later by Shri Mataji).
Kash then walked back and sat beside Her Eternal Throne.
Shri Mataji then requested for meditation and soon the Divine Unity was merged into Collective Consciousness. There was no duality: no Shri Shiva, no Shri Krishna, no Shri Jesus, no Shri Buddha, no Prophet Muhammad, no Guru Nanak or anyone else. There was the Nothingness of Oneness.
After a while everyone came out of Nirvana. Kash requested permission from Shri Ananda-kalika to return to Mother Earth. He bowed to Her and then to the rest.
As he closed his spiritual eyes his body descended through the clouds, down his Sushumna and into this world of religious degradation and spiritual atrophy.
Note: Mudras are a non-verbal mode of communication and self-expression, consisting of hand gestures and finger-postures. They are symbolic sign based finger patterns taking the place, but retaining the efficacy of the spoken word, and are used to evoke in the mind ideas symbolizing divine powers or the deities themselves. The composition of a mudra is based on certain movements of the fingers; in other words, they constitute a highly stylized form of gestureal communication. It is an external expression of 'inner resolve', suggesting that such non-verbal communications are more powerful than the spoken word.
Many such hand positions were used in the Buddhist sculpture and painting of India, Tibet, China, Korea and Japan. They indicate to the faithful in a simple way the nature and the function of the deities represented. Mudras are thus gestures which symbolize divine manifestation. They are also used by monks in their spiritual exercises of ritual meditation and concentration, and are believed to generate forces that invoke the deity.
Note: Shri Buddha is always present daily with all the other Messengers, including Shri Jesus, Prophet Muhammad, Guru Nanak, Shri Krishna and others. According to Kash about twenty Divine Beings meditate with Shri Mataji every morning without fail. They always sit in a semi-circle, without any fixed position or hierarchy.
As there are gaps in the circle, Shri Adhiparasakthi always pointed out to him which invisible Divine Being is sitting where. For example, She would tell that Prophet Muhammad (invisible) is sitting between Shri Jesus (visible) and Shri Vishnu (visible) or that Guru Nanak (invisible) is between Shri Radha (visible) and Shri Ganesh (visible.)
Some of the Divine Beings — Shri Sita and Rama, Shri Brahmadeva, Prophet Muhammad and Guru Nanak — remained invisible from the very beginning itself of Kash's journeys into his Sahasrara. He did ask the Divine Mother why some Spirit Beings are invisible. She replied that it was their desire to be so. The same is not the case for his brother Arwinder and sister Lalita. They have always been able to witness and recognize all deities and have never talked about invisible deities. For example Arwinder has met Shri Budddha and Guru Nanak in person. Unlike Kash, there was no need to be told of the invisible deities.
Brahmananda (676th): The Bliss of Brahma. There are various grades of Ananda or Bliss and Brahmananda is the highest of them.
Ananda-kalika (729th) She dwells in everybody as the source of all bliss or enjoyment.
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi “Buddha had Dharma. His body was clean. His mind, His attention did not find any joy in worldly greed or desires. His cup was ready and it emptied when He became tired of His searching and surrendered. That was the moment in which the Divine vibrations poured like torrential rain; the Shakti filled His cup and made Him the Shakta, the Enlightened One.”
Shri Nitya-Buddha Devi
(Nitya-Buddha (149th): 'Ever wakeful,' through all the four states, i.e., from Jagrut to Turiya.)
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