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Questions and Answers

Questions and Answers

20 January 2015

Welcome

This is a site intended to help anybody who is interested in achieving higher intelligence. Any human being irrespective of their caste, creed, colour, religious faith, atheism, gender and education can achieve supreme intelligence. Therefore I hope this site would help all humanity and not bound by their faiths.

Q. Supreme intelligence implies ultimate intelligence. This would raise Buddha to an all knowing God figure. We may refer to a Superior intelligence rather than a Supreme intelligence. By the way what is intelligence? In my mind Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change or the ability to make choices, which is necessary for our survival in this world

A. Intelligence is known as knowing- in this case about reality and beyond reality. There is only one supreme intelligence. Therefore every body who reach that state will have same level of intelligence as a “Buddha”. There are no god figures in reality and beyond reality.
Supreme intelligence uncovers all knowledge not only about nature but also beyond nature.

Q. Nature as I see it, is the reality. Reality is everything that exists around us. Man is part of nature, and is also reality. So, what is beyond reality?
A. Reality of nature i.e. the way it is – is not what we hear or see (what we see and hear are illusions created by the mind). Reality is ultimate building blocks of nature i.e. smallest particle that can not be divided into any more particles – known as SANKARA.
Beyond reality is NIBBANA where there are no more particles but mere knowledge.

I do not use the word intelligence to, when one obtains information through the five senses (about the illusion always) and processed via the mind.
Intelligence is when information is obtained through seeing via the eye of PANNA.

Knowing Reality--------------------------- through seeing is intelligence.
Knowing beyond reality or Nibbana ---- through seeing is supreme intelligence

The essence of it is Experiencing and Seeing.

The state of supreme intelligence is a calm, serene, happy state of supra mundane Knowing.

Happiness of “Buddha intelligence” supersedes all other forms of happiness.

Q. Did Buddha ever say this. It is only a declaration that cannot be confirmed as we have not come across anyone yet claiming to have achieved Buddha intelligence. See item 1 below
A. Ven. Sariputta has said this according to books.


What it is
not

1. This is neither a religious site, nor does it have spiritual dimensions. At the onset it must be stressed that this is not a site dedicated to explain “Buddhism” – a religion or a way of life as practised today, with moral principles and rights and wrongs. Over the past 2100 years or so, the practice of “Buddhism” has not resulted in anybody attaining supreme intelligence.

Q. Why? Is it that we are seeking something that cannot be achieved or that we have got the Buddha message wrong? Since the original dharma has not been documented, it is likely that what we know of the Buddha message today has very little to do with the original teachings. So, who shall we believe today to have got the Buddha message correctly worked out?

A. Buddha message went underground with the emergence of a religion called “Buddhism”. It is not difficult to achieve at least the early stages as I know. There are no beliefs (i.e. thoughts) in this path. One has to walk the path to discover what it is. My message is very basic and there are already people who have attained the early stages in the path to supreme intelligence. It is simple and very practical. If you don’t reach it through this method try another! Only when you reach the stages you will come to know what Buddha achieved, until then it remains as an open minded speculation. In other words only when you get there you know what it is!

2. It is also not a “science”, “philosophy” or a “doctrine” involving logic and reasoning. In other words it is not a “theory” comprehended via a process of thinking because supreme intelligence is beyond thought.

3. This is not another site dedicated to develop or control the mind known at the present time as meditation. In fact it is the mind that prevents one from achieving supreme intelligence. The approach described in this site therefore, is to get rid of the trouble maker the mind, the magician in order to see reality and beyond reality. If we remove the mind the illusion disappears

4. This is not another or a new version of “Buddhism” .i.e. not another “ism”.
5. This is not affiliated to any of the branches or traditions of “Buddhism” known in the world today.


What it is

1. Not many people know that there are different systems in our physical bodies to become knowledgeable about nature and beyond.
The mind, memory, brain and thinking is one system we all know and use in our day to day lives for learning. This system provides only little information (compared to supreme intelligence) in fact mostly about illusions created by the mind which we call “nature”. It has no access to knowledge about reality and beyond reality, as the mind via thinking can only show the illusions it creates. All the scientific advances to date are via this little information from the mind.
There is another system available in our bodies to uncover information and knowledge, about not only the illusions created by the mind, but also reality and beyond reality.

Q. True, illusions are created by the mind (consciousness). And the mind creates the illusion (unreal) via the five senses. This means when there is no mind there is no illusion. So, we are back in reality. However, reality too is a creation in the mind via the five senses. So, when the mind disappears the illusion and the reality both disappear. Reality however exists physically. Everything around us is reality and illusions can only be a part of the reality. Now how do we distinguish between reality and unreality (illusion). The mind seems to work both ways, in the creation and also removal of the illusion. Therefore the mind cannot be simply removed from the equation.

A. Mind is not consciousness. The consciousness is simply being awake although is a character of the mind, not the mind itself. One can be conscious in other ways too! As one walks along the path the mind is relinquished or got rid of and consciousness happens through another system.
Reality is not a creation of the mind filled with thoughts via the five senses, that is why one can not see reality via five senses. When the mind (with thoughts) disappears, the illusion (such as trees, houses and your own body etc) also ceases to exist,

Q. Anyway, what is the harm in having a bit of illusion in our lives?
A. No harm, as long as you know it is an illusion. Most people assume this illusion as real. Furthermore duality of happiness and sorrow are associated with the mind and this illusion. There will be only happiness (no duality) at supra mundane level. This happiness is many thousand times more powerful than mundane happiness associated with the illusion of five senses and the mind.

This process does not involve the mind, memory, brain and thinking and therefore beyond thinking. Little has been known about this system. This site is about uncovering this system, the initial stages of which, I and many others have experienced in the recent past, should not be difficult to the enthusiast.

2. The state of complete “supreme intelligence” is also known as “Buddha”.

The word Buddha is made of two components. “Budd” meaning – “Supra mundane or supreme intelligence”, and
tha” meaning -- “arisen from with in”
This state is not a thought but to be experienced and seen as it arises from within, when the thought process is abolished.
This is a highly misunderstood fact in religions.
It is not a developed state of the mind, but in fact it arises only when the illusory mind
is conquered. (In all forms of meditation mind is not conquered but brought to the forefront. Even if the person who meditates feels that there are no thoughts, the “consciousness” in that state is mind mediated –so the mind is still active).

3. The word “intelligence” in common usage means “ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills. This is with in the limits of the thought process, as it involves capacity for logic, abstract thought, understanding and comprehension, creativity etc. (via a thought mechanism).
In contrast “supreme intelligence is beyond thought.
It does not involve thinking, the memory, the activities of the brain and the mind.
Instead the knowledge arises from within the space of the body not connected to thinking. One might feel that this is not possible (again ideated via thinking) and wonder where this information was stored (other than the mind and the brain) and so on, but once experienced and seen you will come to have all that knowledge. The mind, however developed or controlled will have no access to this aspect of knowing of reality and beyond.

4. Because it is beyond thought, it is also called “supra mundane intelligence”. That is why it is not a “science” – because scientific investigation by definition is systematic study involving observation and experiment, logic and reasoning. Many have tried to link science and the state of “Buddha intelligence” and have failed to attain even the most basic fundamental steps in the path towards “supreme intelligence”. Please do not mix up science, scientific investigation of nature using the thought process and equipment made by using the thought process, with “Buddha” a much higher incomparable state of intelligence which is beyond thought and does not require any equipment to achieve such a state.

5. The information on this site is mainly knowledge obtained through experience and seeing and not through thinking and reasoning.

Q. None of us is born with an experience. It is something that has to be acquired or developed during our life time here. At a mundane level of intelligence, experience refers to a process of gaining knowledge and skills. We speak of teaching experience, medical experience, and technical experience all of which of course require mind activity. Gaining experience involves both the knowledge about the subject and involvement with the environment. In the present context it means reading the Dharma and also living or getting involved with the dharma.

A. We are not talking about mundane experiences about illusions that we achieve in our day to day lives, for example :- for employment etc.. Reading and chanting Dhamma will not achieve this goal as it is beyond thought. Living and getting involved with Dhamma, people have done for over two millennia but nobody seems to have attained enlightenment.
We are born with equipment to create illusions (i.e. five senses), however we can overcome this creative apparatus to achieve a much higher state of knowledge.

Q. What is the specialized experience we need to have to reach supreme intelligence?

A. It is the experience of SEEING through an eye called PANNA which is capable of seeing the ultimate particles of building blocks of nature. Knowing happens through this achievement which we call experience which is actually an attainment.
Experience is the closest English word we have in use to explain this attainment, in day to day language.

Q. Incidentally, why only seeing, and not the other senses? Looks like our five senses are still fundamental in achieving supreme intelligence. But the question is that the senses alone have very little value without the mind. So the mind is key to the whole issue.

A. Mind is actually key to the illusion. Seeing reality cannot happen through the five senses
including the ordinary eye. Our ordinary eyes see only illusions. That is why a new eye has to emerge and this happens only when the five senses including the ordinary eye become obsolete. Supreme intelligence is beyond the five senses, and the illusive mind also become obsolete as the five senses become inactive during the process of supra mundane seeing through the eye of PANNA.
The words intelligent and intelligence in Buddhist terms strictly can not be used to denote information gathering through five senses and subsequently computing using the memory and the mind, because what results is an illusion.
Coming to a conclusion of an illusion (and not knowing that it is an illusion), I find it difficult to call that intelligent?
In Buddhist terms intelligence is KNOWING BEYOND THOUGHT and SEEING through the eye of PANNA.