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Is it true that the tree with the most fruit attracts the most stones?

“The authentic Aztec and Mayan cultures, the Egyptian and Chaldean, etc. are Serpentine Cultures that cannot be understood without Sexual Magic and the Kundalini. Every archaic culture is Serpentine. Every authentic and true civilization is Serpentine. A civilization without the Wisdom of the Serpent is not a real civilization.”
“The pure-pleasure union of sentient behavior, conceived by the deluded as a perverse path, is identical to the pure process of Samantabhadra: whoever understands such equality is Buddha, lord of all.”


  1. so whoever understands underdog something is equal to indian blurb, he is a buddha, lord of all who actually dissassembled himself in nirvana.
    nice. stop smoking it.
    if you really want to pass the information, you need to formulate clear unambiguous statements, and refrain from labelling [perverse, deluded]

  2. These trees must have a lot of charm to tantalize the stones that gather around. In the mountains one will literally see trees growing out of rocks or the rocks and trees are growing in harmony.
    Maybe someday I will realize Buddhadum, but for now I can only really answer your question in a metaphor answer. Those with much charm (fruit) will attract many stones being hurled at them and some that will sit peacefully by the roots.
    Love you Priest…Peace always.

  3. I always heard the tree with the most fruit attract the most (fruit) flies. For example: Have you ever seen a pear tree that had a good crop of fruit?

  4. With power comes responsibility also, and new ways of communicating with others.
    If you live the truth, they may call you crazy and such but you can change the world you have influenc.e

  5. I am not sure of your meaning of stones perhaps you mean the ones thrown at the unreachable fruit. I say in a humorous way the trees with the most fruit also have the most satisfied pickers.
    Aware sentient behavior is the first clue to the pure process of Samantabhadra and Buddha hood. I agree that a civilization without the wisdom of kundalini consciousness is not civil and living in the darkness of ignorance. The apparent civilization in today’s world is egotistically insane.
    The mirror of the mind Samantabhadra is one of the seventeen tantras of Dzogchen Upadesha. It is presented as bodhi-citta, the awakened mind, the mind of perfect purity. It belongs to the nature of the unconditioned primal awareness of the awakened mind that it is eternal, indestructible and radiant with light: The characteristic of the self-originated pristine awareness is indestructibility, which is known as the place where all is light. Also: The three aspects are known as follows: (1) unborn, (2), without termination, (3) the source for the wonder of ceaseless creation is the sole Reality. The existential ground (gnas chen) of all Buddha’s is the root of all things is nothing else but one Self the place in which all existing things abide. Samantabhadra is the primordial state or natural condition of the mind. Dzogchen, or “Great Perfection”, is according to Dzogchen literature the highest and most definitive path to enlightenment and is a body of teachings and meditation practices aimed at realizing that condition. A central teaching of the Nvingma school is also practiced by adherents of other Tibetan Buddhist sects. Understand that the nature of all phenomena is that of the five aspects of Samantabhadra as nature, as adornment, as teacher, as awareness and Samantabhadra as realization.
    The Vedas concern is with the three gunas. In the Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2 verses 45 Krishna spoke, “Be without the three gunas, O Arjuna free from duality, ever firm in purity, independent of possessions, possessed of the Self”. This is the technique of instantaneous realization.


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