Welcoming World Leaders of G20 in Bali (part 8)

“What is the long stories behind the name of Bali as island of love?”, that’s the question of some of western friends who come to Bali.

Similar to the roof of earth Tibet, in Bali the devil and the divine are not unbridgable. Both the devil and the divine are in harmony.

The food to lower realms called suguhan, the home of lower realms called penunggun karang, the holy day of tumpek pengatag, harmony among different religious followers are some of the examples in this case.

In which satan is not the enemy of God. Both darkness and light are two sides of the same coin. As a result, there are less conflict in Bali.

In the language of western friends, it’s called unconditional love. Not only loving someone you love, but also loving all creations. Sometimes it’s called the language of heart.

Under the light of this spirit, hopefully the coming leaders of G20 will have wider and deeper horizon about life. Not only deciding based on head but also heart.

Please keep in the heart, the spelling of earth is very similar to heart. It simply means, earth can only be saved by those who decide based on the heart.

Welcome to Bali world leaders of G20. It’s a deep honour to share the peace vibration of Bali island to all of you. May all beings are happy.

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H.H. Guruji Gede Prama

Gede Prama started his spiritual journey through a dialogue with his symbolic Guru in a village at the north of Bali. The journey is then being enriched with his experiences of studying abroad, his meetings with the world greatest spiritual Gurus: His Holiness Dalai Lama, The Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh, as well as Professor Karen Armstrong; and also being deepened by his intense meditation practices.

Despite the fact that he was once a CEO of a large corporation with thousand of employees, and was traveling abroad frequently for the purpose of teaching, yet, being deeply moved by the Bali bombing incident in 2002, he then decided to leave everything and went back to his home island.
He has never leave Bali for the past few years. In fact, he rarely leaves the silence of the forest where he lives, except for the purpose of teaching at the sacred sites within Bali.

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