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Archive for 29 marzo 2011



Conociendo  la fuerza del

Pensamiento y la Palabra

Los decretos- los mantras

Las oraciones-los salmos

Temática Oriental-Cristiana

Cambiar nuestro cerebro con buenas palabras

¿Cuál es el efecto de las palabras no dichas?

Teoría-Práctica Ejercicios de respiración

Lugar de celebración:

ARGENTINA

Corrientes Santo Tomé

Sábado 17 de abril 2011

Horario de 9 30 hs a 13,00 hs

Organiza:

Grupo Internacional Científico de Estudios Místicos

 

Dr. Gumersindo Meiriño

Dra. María Benetti Meiriño

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Seminario para parejas

Temática Oriental-Cristiana

¿Para qué el matrimonio?

El sexo sagrado es amor en acción

Lugar de celebración:

ARGENTINA

CORRIENTES

Domingo 3 de Abril 2011 en  CAPITAL Corrientes

Horario  18 a 21 horas

Domingo 10 de Abril 2011 en  SANTO TOMÉ

Horario de 9 a 12 horas

Organiza:

Grupo Internacional Científico de Estudios Místicos

Dr. Gumersindo Meiriño

Dra. María Benetti Meiriño

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CONOCIENDO EL OJO MÍSTICO

“La glándula pineal”

Lugar de celebración:

ARGENTINA

Corrientes

Sábado 2 de Abril 2011 en   CAPITAL Ctes

Horario  9 a 12 horas

Sábado 9 de Abril 2011 en  SANTO TOMÉ

Horario 17 a 20 horas

Organiza:

Grupo Internacional Científico de Estudios Místicos

Teoría

Práctica

Dr. Gumersindo Meiriño

Dra. María Benetti Meiriño

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Forma de Pago: Al ingresar en el Seminario

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Hindu Monotheism

The expression Hindu monotheism may surprise some. In general Hinduism is described as monism, non-dualism, pantheism and polytheism! But one has to be aware that according to Hinduism, there’s only one God or absolute Reality (monotheism) but this God isn’t the creator but he/she/it manifests everything that is known. Hinduism doesn’t propose the theory of creation out of nothing. This is the basic difference between prophetic monotheism and Hindu monotheism.

There are three important theological positions in Hinduism. These positions are based on the interpretations given to the teachings of the Upanishads, the Bhagavad-Gita, and the Brahma Sutras — the sacred scriptures of Hinduism. The Upanishads belong to the period of 5th century before Jesus and the Bhagavad-Gita belongs around the 1st century before or after Jesus.

These scriptures didn’t propose any theological system, but the systems came later. The fundamental question of these systems is the relationship between God and the universe, or, God and humankind. In prophetic monotheism, this question seems to have been resolved with the theory of creation out of nothing. Since Hindu monotheism doesn’t accept this solution, it needs to propose different solutions.

Br. John Martin Sahajananda

Continued next week

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Sixth sense

If you are able to focus your five senses on the Word of God, you open the sixth sense: intuition. You exceed the knowledge that is perceived through the senses –which are only physical- and you start to know directly.

Jesus had this sixth sense, and was able to see the heart of those who were next to him. In one occasion, the apostles were discussing the positions they would have in the future when Jesus came to power. So, the Gospel says: «Jesus realized the intention of their hearts and took a child and placed it by his side and said to them, “Whoever receives this child in my name receives me”»[1].

This sixth sense helps you to understand what Jesus means with the Word of God. Some people have a gift for interpreting the messages of Heaven. As Mary, that young woman from Nazareth who listened to the voice of the Spirit, and interpreted and decoded it immediately, accepting to be Jesus’s mother, with no intervention of any man.

This way of knowing is common in the life of saint people from all religions. Ignacio de Loyola, who was a beggar and dressed terribly bad, preached the Word of God in such a way that people followed him. In one occasion, the Superior of the Dominic of Salamanca invited him to lunch with his disciples. After having interrogated him and getting to know that Ignacio had not studied theology, the Superior concluded: «We are not instructed and talk about vices and virtues, though nobody can talk about it but in one of the following forms: through the letters or through the Holly Spirit. And not through the letters and then through the Holly Spirit.»[2] The Dominic friar wondered how this man and his friends talked about theology and God if they had never studied. Where did they gather the information? How could they have that astonishing knowledge about theology? But the disciple is not more than his teacher. Jesus had experienced something similar. He was in one of the traditional Jewish celebrations, which was called Celebration Tents, when he decided to go to the temple to preach. «After having listened to him, The Jews were amazed and said, “How does he know scripture without having studied?”»[3]

God offers, to people who are humble and modest of heart, that “intuition” and wisdom, which had not been learned or studied in any university.


[1] Lk 9, 46-47; Mk 2, 8.

[2] IGNACIO DE LOYOLA, S., Authobiography, chapter. 7, n. 65.

[3] Cf. Jn 7, 15.

Gumersindo Meiriño

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The religious root of the man

We have undertaken a number of considerations on Christianity, under the title WE FOLLOW YOUR TREAD. The tread is a symbol of search. It seems to refer to the fact of not knowing something, but with the desire of knowing; as those who search for something… Anthropologists track the treads of humanity in order to find where we come from, what our origin is. The only way to learn about our ancestors is by means of remains, objects they have been left to us: a carved stone, a vessel. Neil Armstrong’s tread on the moon is a symbol of a presence that has become an absence, though the track remains. Neil Armstrong is not on the moon any more, but he left his tread; his footstep, the size of his astronaut boot, remains there.

There are many issues to refer to when talking about the tread of a primitive as, for instance, talking about the things he ate –inspecting food leftovers between teeth- or about the height of men who lived in Atapuerca by analyzing the bones we find… however, there are other issues to be considered as whether they were pious, worshiped the Gods, their rituals, etcetera… There are physical and spiritual treads… There are other treads that are more difficult to track, for instance, the treads of the spiritual, the religious in the human being, and the need for transcendence.

Let’s analyze the treads of a God that has embodied, that is to say, the treads God left in Jesus Christ, the full and perfect man. We already know how troublesome talking about God is. AsSaint Johnthe Evangelist says, Christians can do it thanks to God’s only begotten son, who is in the Father’s bosom, Jesus. All we know about God is known by intermediate of Jesus of Nazareth as man.

This is the topic of our space “We follow you treads.” Not only reaching God through Jesus the man, but also through the treads of so many men and women that have been looking for God throughout thousands and millions of years. And in this search, we will face a problem: We cannot talk about God directly; we can only talk about the man in the search for God. In Jesus Christ, the perfect man, we find the last word of God, not about himself but about the man. Talking about Jesus Christ is talking about a man that is God, God and a real man.

We are going through a moment in history in which talking about religion, uninteresting and past issue, seems odd. But this is the problem: every human being, even atheist, is deeply religious because he searches for something, is not satisfied, and keeps on the search… till the infinite. The man, who is never satisfied, keeps on the search, though he does not want to have anything to do with God, he needs and aims at plenitude, God.

And the man, who considers himself religious because he believes in God, will have to be informed of the fact that God is not a religious being because religion is the bond of dependence on a superior being; it is a tying with God; and God is not tied to anything or anybody. God is united with himself; He does not need to be tied. This is why we say God does not have a religion. The only being that, by definition, cannot believe in god is God himself. How is God going to believe in himself, if He owns himself, if He has himself, if He exists?

So, doesn’t God have a religion? God’s religion is the man, man’s plenitude. The religious being is the man; God is not religions. In other words, I believe in God because I walk towards Him. For this reason, God cannot believe in himself; God does not have faith because He has himself. The man has faith.

This is Christianity; it is innovating and revolutionary; and Jesus Christ is the one who will release the whole temple from pagan religiosity. Faith is getting out of oneself towards a different person, different from oneself. And in the case of Christian faith, as said person is the Other with capital letters, God, we say faith is a gift. We can only reach him thanks to the gift of faith. “We believe, for we walk by Faith, with Hope, towards Love,” Saint Paul says. Once we have reached love, we will not need Faith any more. We will talk about Faith the following day.

We follow you treads. Man is just a tread, but a tread made in God’s own image on the earth.

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