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Ram bahadur bomjon. This boy is a buddhist but he has not cut his hair.

I have other links about him if you would like to know and he practices the tuma method which does not affect him when he is in the cold. There is more information about this on the net. He is learnt from the sakya tradition.

What amazes me that he can sit all day without getting up or moving.

He has gone without food and water for a long time upto 6 months maybe longer.

He is about 17 years old.

I have not seen anyone this young practice severe meditation like he does.

If you know of any sikh saints who do severe penance like he does then please tell me as i would like to know.

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Watch the Discovery documentary.

http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/xleje_...powers-buddha-b

Aparantly Ram Bahadur Bomjon Ji also carried a sword on his person. He has even been reported to have attacked an intruder (disturbing his meditation).

Starting to sound more like a Khalsa than a Buddha!

But I have to say, having watched numerous videos on him, his tapasya seems serious - he certainly seems to be a special person.

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Watch the Discovery documentary.

http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/xleje_...powers-buddha-b

Aparantly Ram Bahadur Bomjon Ji also carried a sword on his person. He has even been reported to have attacked an intruder (disturbing his meditation).

Starting to sound more like a Khalsa than a Buddha!

But I have to say, having watched numerous videos on him, his tapasya seems serious - he certainly seems to be a special person.

the tone of the documentary was so biased it wasn't funny, I couldn't help but cringe at the english woman who was commenting...she had no idea what she was talking about.

What the East has inherited from its spiritual grounding, the west can only dream about.

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This is from sundeep singh from a forum at bcsikhs.com.

It says this: There is an avtar that will come in the future, called both Nikhlaank and Kalki. Gurbani mentions him as well. He will clean up all the evil people in this world.

This avtar is alive today. Giani Thakur Singh ji has told me that he is immersed in bhagti right now. However, he is not the Guru or Sant ji, it's actually an avtar of Vishnu sahib (I think, might be Shiva ji).

Just wanted to add, that Baba Kulwant Singh ji of Takht Sri Hazoor Sahib has stated that 'in the future every sikh will have a gutka in one hand and a kirpan in the other.' Meaning that we're going to have to do paath continuously and fight continuously as well just to stay alive. So as you can see, the avtar coming doesn't mean that all our problems will be solved for us. Also, I don't know when He will come. Who knows how much fighting and carnage will happen beforehand??

-so get ready...

The line where it says: This avtar is alive today. Giani Thakur Singh ji has told me that he is immersed in bhagti right now.

Got me thinking and i got this from another site: The sword Bomjon has at his side, as reported, is a scimitar. The scimitar goes back to ancient Egypt. It is related to the god Amun, representing divinity. Amun was the god of air and is associated with the breath of life. He is the hidden one. Amun was perceived as upholding the rights to justice of the poor and aiding those who travelled, as protector of the way. Within Hindu mythology: Buddha is another Avatar of Vishnu. The tenth avatar is to be called Kalki Avatara. He will appear armed with a scimitar, riding on a white horse, and he will end the present age. After that, a whole new world will be created.

He is from a hindu family keeping his hair and buddha was the last incarnation of vishnu. And he has a smicter, so maybe he is the kalki avtar which giani thakur singh is talking about. Could anyone who keeps in touch with gianji please confirm this and tell sangat ji if this is correct. Thank you.

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I have heard that when Kalki Avtar starts to wage a war against evil people and sinners, then modern technological weapons will not work. It will be a war in which swords will clash.

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no, the buddha boy is not kalki. kalki is as tall sitting down as a full grown man who is standing up. in other words, kalki is huge. also, i don't know when kalki is going to be in action. truth is that avtars can live for a long time.

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this is hard to believe, maybe cause this is the first time am hearing this. Why does the world need a kalki avatar. If our religion is what we claim it to be wouldn't that be enough to put the world on the right track.

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kalki will essentially clean up the gandh. all the adharmik people, those who suppress dharm, harm others, do evil etc. When Kalki comes, the people's buddhi will be too low to understand dharm, so they will be eliminated.

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We don't need to use mudras (the hand configurations) while meditation, but it can help concentraition. I too am interested in knowing their relationship with rajo, sato, tamogun.

I think buddhist faith has lost out on belief in God through man-made intervention. Baba Jagjit Singh ji has told me that buddhists actually do naam japna, but this is taught at later stages. The breath meditations etc. are more preliminary, this just happens to be their approach. That being said, there are numerous major sects, with wildly diverse basic beliefs. So not all use naam japna.

It makes me think of Christians, how mainstream christians seem quite far from Christ's original teachings but some sects, like the essenes, keep uncut hair as did Christ, and avoid intoxicants etc. with all dharms, problems arise and the followers get further and further from the base of the dharm. Looking at Sikhi today, we can conclude the same about many Sikhs, although our situation is still much better than that of other dharms.

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The sect that is closest to the Buddhism of the Buddha is Theravada Buddhism practiced in Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand etc. It's cannons are written in Pali which is a sacred language for Theravadan Buddhists.

I wonder how India would have been today if Buddhism instead of Brahminism would have dominated. I wonder if Buddhism would have been able to resist Islamic invasions as Brahminism did.

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how did Brahminism resist Islam?

Bhramins assisted Muslims, and later the British, in their conquest of India. They helped run India, which is probably how they were saved.

Also, when tshtf for Kashmire Bhramins, Guru ji saved them with his Shaheedi.

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All the Ramas who incarnated, ultimately passed away.

All the Krishnas, who had incarnated, have all passed away.70.

All the gods who will come into being in future, they will all ultimately expire.

Alll the Buddhas, who came into being, expired ultimately.71.

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Index finger tap is said to induce Satoguna, midfinger Rajoguna and wedding/engagement finger Tamoguna.

I don't believe the hand Mudras have any relationship to inducing the 3 Gunaas. They may deflect them, but certainly not induce them.

here is a link which defines some of them:

http://www.eclecticenergies.com/mudras/mudra.php

and as for them working...yes they do work and do create an influence on your mind...whether it is a placebo effect or an actual influence you can certainly question, but the effect in my experience have been real.

are they necessary, in reality what is necessary is your hunger to seek the Truth. If this hunger or thirst has enough craving then it becomes the greatest Mudra for your mind.

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