After being kicked out four times from the monastery, and roughly kicked out by a pecalang (village security guard) from a temple in Bali, the spirit inside was heartbroken.
At the height of this sorrow came a voice inside: “Go to Pemuteran”. A tourist center in West Buleleng, North Bali. Pemuteran in Balinese means to take the opposite direction.
It was true, one afternoon when we just arrived at Pemuteran, witnessed by some of Compassion’s close friends, we were greeted by a cloud in the shape of Love.
Moments later, the Love-shaped cloud changed to the Arabic script that wrote ‘Allah’ (God). One of the hotel staff whispered, 10 minutes walk from the hotel there is a temple.
But after walking 30 minutes on the beach, the temple could not be found. After going back, underfoot there was a white stone again in the shape of Love.
When looking for photos on Facebook for writing material – still in Pemuteran – suddenly the screen says something like this: “Open the book next to you. Page 18 paragraph 4”.
It turned out that there was a Tatvamasi writing on it. Complete with an explanation: “From a beginning that has no beginning, Atman (soul) has never been separated from Brahman (God)”.
In elementary schools, we were taught that Tatvamasi means I am you and you are me. A very beautiful expression of love.
Because the message was so clear, Guruji prayed at the temple inside the hotel area. While lighting the incense from the mountain ahead there are 3 Lights welcoming.
This series of messages says, what the world needs now is not a new religion. But a new love. To be precise, The love that is filled with an understanding that in the suffering of others there is also our own suffering.
In the happiness of others, there is also our own happiness. And that story was documented by the April 2003 edition of the men’s magazine Matra (photo attached).
Which contains a long interview with men’s magazine Matra with Guruji in 2003. Matra took 8 pages to cover this interview. After a long interview, the editor of Matra magazine telephoned very politely.
“As a result of the interview, we gave the article title: My Religion is Love. This morning during sunrise, a message was heard at the Ashram: “As long as there’s love in the heart, all religions are beautiful religions”.
May all beings be happy. Hopefully all friends are in good health and happy with their family.
Photo: Front cover and pages of the April 2003 issue of Matra men’s magazine
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