The school’s last post was a verse normally associated with Tibetan Buddhism, but was a mantra spoken by the Creator of the Universe, the Divine Absolute, and current day Buddhism does not recognize the Maker. That is problematic for the Buddhist Religion, but not for the Good Path to Good Fortune. The Universal One does not pick sides, God is for everyone.
Abandoning the ego is the ultimate sacrifice a human can make, and it is done for the benefit of all beings. I’m not going to get into all the particulars of how that is done, but the following verse should help explain… for the cause to liberate with stillness is the cause to abandon the ego.
For stillness, one grasps for a breath strong enough to make a buzzing sound in the nose and sits still with. This is an activity for a person to engage in often. I think that you will find that taking a big inhalation of breath and sitting still with is comfortable. The breath comes from Brahma, from heaven, and this is the way to be together with. Look, if you don’t want to be with God while you are alive and able to, why would you think God would want to be with you after you are dead and gone?
This is the first half of a verse from the Rgveda and spoken by Brahma.
You stop to be powerful and to love to pause and grasp for breath is identical with the cause to liberate with stillness with a measure of heaven AH for a person, a certainty for those with the steadfast decree of a Buddha for to serve to be the comfort on the earth to bind to.