Welcoming World Leaders of G20 in Bali (part 6)

In all places there was human tragedy. The same thing happen in Bali. In 2002, there was terorrist bombing in Bali. Hundred of people died.

While in all places in the world terorrist bombing was followed by anger and revenge, in Bali there was no small single stone thrown into non-Balinese shrine.

The quality of friendship among different religious followers in Bali even stronger after the tragedy. The question then, what is the spirit behind?

As concluded by Dutch researcher Hoykass, the original religion of Balinese is the mix between love to nature, love to ancestors, Buddhism and Hinduism.

There is long and close relationship between people, nature and ancestor. As a result, nature and ancestors become very convincing guardian in the life of Balinese.

That’s why in the Balinese calender there’s time to worship the upper realms, there’s time to take good care of human realm, there’s time to feed the lower realm.

Above all, wherever the Balinese pray, whatever the prayer, it’s always ended with the word shanti (peace) three times. Peace in the lower, peace in the middle, peace in the higher realms.

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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