Friday, 30 September 2011


Well the LORD said he had something in store for us. Following on from the post on Elijah's Monastery in Iraq led me to look the origin of the word monk. Especially as it is usually associated with Buddhists.

Well it appears that one of the features of Chinese Buddhist monks is that they practice the burning marks on their scalp, finger or part of the skin on their anterior side of the forearm with incense as a sign of ordination. [1]This is the first time that I have ever heard of this practice taking place in Buddhism. 

          MARKS ON THE HEAD 

During a Foguangshan monastic ordination, three pieces of burning incense are placed on a monastic’s head, thus producing permanent circular scars. These three marks represent:

1. The Triple Gem: the Buddha, the Dharma and the Sangha;
2. The three vows of ridding oneself of bad habits and thoughts, cultivating good, and having wisdom to help releasing others from suffering;
3. The Three Trainings: Morality/Discipline, concentration and wisdom [2]

It is a Buddhist belief that "enduring the pain demonstrates courage and commitment, and can be repeated at later times in the monastic career. Burning marks on other parts of the body, such as the chest or arms, or setting fire to limbs, also sometimes occurs in east Asian Buddhism as a token of devotion or as the result of a vow." [3]

Did you know that some Jewish sages believe that the Messiah would have a skin disease on the sides of their head? And that is a sign of the Messiah? 


"According to Buddhist tradition two destinies are open to one who possesses these marks in full: either he will become a great "wheel-turning" king ruling the four quarters of the earth in perfect justice, or he will become a buddha." 

Do you know that these prophecies align with biblical prophecies? 

Did you know that Moses had a skin condition on his arm? To be like Moses you would have to have it too. 

Then the LORD said, “Put your hand inside your cloak.” So Moses put his hand into his cloak, and when he took it out, the skin was leprous —it had become as white as snow.Exo 4:6 

No, no, Buddhists, you are not meant to cause these marks to be created by burning your skin. The marks have to be their naturally for divine purpose. Ordained divinely. 

The Jewish Talmud calls the Messiah the “Leper of the house of study”, so no, they're not like 
Buddhist monks, Jewish Rabbi's or Christian orthodox, they did not spend their life studying 
or in education with academic mindsets. 

They are a knower, the heart of intelligence. Healers learn from experience and by working with the root causes that co-create disease, they are divinely ordained directly by source. The refiner and purifier is here. 






Anonymous said...

My dear Eli,

I am here for reading to find a better understanding.

I find it really hard to catch it the way you wish it should.

Take my warm greetings!


Eliakim said...

Hello blessed TG, what is it that you do not understand dear one?

Love beyond measure


Eliakim said...

More insight TG, this tells me that self-harmers have past lives to heal as Buddhist monks. In Buddhist belief there is contempt for the physical body and we find that kind of contempt amongst self-harmers. Its similar with those that try to take their own lives.

In my experience, the sensitives feel life conditions very powerfully, and if they are not emotionally and spiritually mature enough, it can be overwhelming for them. Hence, why those that commit suicide or attempt to also have a link to the Buddhist philosophy and tradition.

In my experience one can experience Nirvana, the pure land while the physical body walks the earth plane.

It would be good to do some research with self-harmers using our past life healing therapy. As one should never do anything to cut or burn the body that is a living energy. Unless it is an absolute priority to save a life. e.g. a life or death situation.

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