May all beings be infinitely happy and free from suffering.
“May the world be filled with wisdom, like the lovely cool soothing moonlight and brilliantly shining sun; as it is in the everlasting pureland, merged in emptiness and liberation.”
These were the beautiful words spoken by Mahasambodhi Dharmasangha Guru in May 2011 after completing a 6 year tapas meditation (without food or water) in the jungles of Nepal. When speaking about this intense period of meditation, Mahasambodhi Dharmasangha (pronunciation here) said:
"The six year meditation has been accomplished in order to search for our purest way to world peace and the liberation of all living beings."
"It was necessary to have a place in order to relax alone and concentrate .... In that [meditative] state, being one with water, air, sky, Earth, and the Sun, I was able to obtain all sustenance through meditation."
“I am here to awaken the world ... with the loving kindness of Maitri Nath [The Light of Maitri]. This matter is unfathomable to the world.”
“To eradicate suffering, fear and terror, one needs to pursue enlightened activities (Bodhi Charya), Divine commitment (Divya Bacha), pure knowledge beyond mind (Vishuddha Parichitta Gyan), great compassion and the enlightened mind (Bodhicitta). These are the closest of the philosophy of wisdom.”
“Everything I do will be for the dedication of all sentient beings.”
“Although countless stars are being seen, the sky is one; in the same way, the main source of all religions and paths seen in the world is ultimately one.”
“Wherever there is the eternal existence of all human life; there, in life’s perfection, is Dharma. In the perfection of Dharma, there is Shunyata (emptiness). Encountering the feeling of Shunyata, there is enlightenment (Buddhatva). Shunyata and Buddhatva are formless and unmanifested; stronger than a rock of memories of material pleasure. Inside the wisdom of enlightenment (buddhatva), there is peace and there is the principle of gaining liberation for the world.”
“Having been absorbed by the attributes of the Dharma Tattva; realising the defects of egoism and desires, one can be freed from the world. In order to do this, a human needs to strive continuously in the Dharma until the final moment of life.”