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Pureland India - Vesak Speech

posted 9 Jun 2019, 09:02 by Buddha Maitreya   [ updated 9 Jun 2019, 09:04 ]

To All my Dhamma’s Friends,

Today is a very auspicious day “ Vaishakh Full Moon Day ”and we are so fortunate to came together for celebrating this moments. This day have a great historical importance in Buddhist world, because of that, Master Gautama’s Birth, Enlightenment, and Mahaparinirvana took placed in this Pure Land. Master Gautama was a first teacher in history who taught the ultimate truth, profound a spiritual way to all of us to achieve our final goal Nirvana. Since last 2600 years this traditional teaching became a religious sect in India, and people follows all its instruction in a traditional manner.

As we all knows that, in November 2018, Master Maitreya visited to our place Adoli, to start His humanitarian mission “ Pure Land Meditation Centre and Japanese Garden.” We are very propitious that have a spiritual guidance of Master Maitreya and knowing more about His teaching which derived from the Truth “ Oneness ”, the direct way of self realization or to be Buddha. It is pure, emancipatory based on realization of ultimate Truth and benefited to all human being for their salvation. Maitreya’s teaching is so simple but very effective for anyone who wants to know the ultimate Truth of the Universe. He realized the Truth, by practice of simple meditation Buddha Janha, just  ‘ Sit and Be’ sitting is manifestation of the Truth, being is embodiment of Buddha.  By the way of  compassionate wisdom, Maitreya wanted to propagate this universal teaching to all, because He realized that the ‘ Truth ’ is wholeness of life and its manifestation universe, the pure reality of creation and everything and everyone, as all is one and the same ‘ Oneness’

So hereby I humbly requesting you, please join to our mission and shared your contribution for the propagation of Pure Land Teaching, hopefully this will be the true honour for our Master Maitreya and also for ‘ Pure Land Meditation centre and Japanese Garden.’