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[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]An extraordinary master has been here with us while the centuries have come and gone. He's seen the great days of Egypt. He's witnessed the birth of the Buddha, the birth of Christ. He has been living in the same body on Earth for about 5,000 years. His name is Babaji.[/font]
[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]            Babaji means simply, revered father or guru; many spiritual teachers are called Babaji. This Babaji is the master brought to light in Paramahansa Yogananda's signal work, [/font][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Autobiography of a Yogi[/font][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]—to my knowledge the only accurate source of information about Babaji. Paramahansa's guru was Sri Yukteswar; his was Lahiri Mahasaya; and his was Babaji. [/font]
[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Babaji lives in the Indian Himalayas, near both Tibet and Nepal. In the icy peaks west of the town of Badrinath he makes his home, inaccessible to all but a few disciples. He can look any age he wises, but usually he appears as a beautiful young man in the prime of life, slender, with bright copper-colored hair. [/font]
[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]            He has chosen to stay embodied on Earth to help a sleeping humanity awaken (see page 353 of the book). He works behind the scenes, quietly and anonymously, but often with large strokes. Only because he was ready for some of us to know of him—to hasten our own awakening—did he invite his exposure in [/font][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Autobiography[/font][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]. In the early 20th Century, Westerners caught up in a newly industrialized and materialistic society were yearning for enlightenment, with little to guide them. So in 1920 Babaji sent Yogananda to America, where he lit a path to God that millions have followed. Babaji often collaborates with Jesus and other great masters to open a new door for humanity. [/font]
[font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]            Babaji is a complete master of his environment through his oneness with God. He rarely eats. He dematerializes and rematerializes at will, often instantly taking himself and his entire group to a new location. He manifests anything needed and wanted from the ethers. In one of the most fascinating stories of [/font][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Autobiography[/font][font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif], he materializes a palace! [/font]
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Interestingly, Babaji's entourage of enlightened and immortal disciples includes yoginis who are over 600 years old. Babaji conveys the impression that he cherishes individuality and thoughtful dissension, rather than servile obedience. 

The sage with the immortal body has walked the length and breadth of India and is inured to the ways of the seemingly berserk lone ascetics that are a law unto themselves. There is no field of knowledge that is beyond him and the transmutation of atoms is simply an entertaining pastime. One day,Babaji took his entourage to a crematorium. There, he picked up a skull and placing some faeces in it, he offered them to his disciples, ordering them to eat. All of them declined, except Dr Bhosle, who gingerly touched it with his tongue. To his amazement, the revolting stuff had transformed into the most delectable dish.
 

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[font=Arial,Helvetica]    Since Leonard's first trip in 1977 he has gone back to India almost once a year, for about a month to further his research of the immortal yogis. His prerequisite for his study was that they had to be at least three hundred years old. So far he has met eight people who are over three hundred years in the same body, and he knows of over fifty others that he hasn't met. He doesn't use the term three hundred years old, because most of them have totally mastered aging, and are not old; they are three hundred years young![/font] 
[font=Arial,Helvetica]    His immortal yogi friends are a powerful liberating force in his life. They are like innocent children with infinite wisdom and abilities. There are at least a few thousand immortal yogas on Earth, with most of them living in the Himalayas.[/font] 
[font=Arial,Helvetica]    A group of them usually make an appearance at the Khumba Mela gathering in India, but Leonard has found immortals in the forests of Iran, the Philippines, and a few among the Indians of North America. The culture of immortals is beyond popular civilization.[/font]
 

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I think there is something really intersting about bhudist monks

There was a monk who died while meditating and his body did not de-compose like it should of. It just stayed the same. It's in a museum now still a full body and in the meditating pose, didn't turn into a skeleton. very interesting
 

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Cannon said:
I think there is something really intersting about bhudist monks

There was a monk who died while meditating and his body did not de-compose like it should of. It just stayed the same. It's in a museum now still a full body and in the meditating pose, didn't turn into a skeleton. very interesting
:g:

I gotta look that up
 

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BIGTITS said:
Cannon said:
I think there is something really intersting about bhudist monks

There was a monk who died while meditating and his body did not de-compose like it should of. It just stayed the same. It's in a museum now still a full body and in the meditating pose, didn't turn into a skeleton. very interesting
:g:

I gotta look that up
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dashi-Dorzho_Itigilov
 
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