Is the problem with the Abrahamic divide, theological comprehension of the Way to Heaven, as Dharma, Dao, etc imply the Way.
To find the Way we have to recognize the ascension of the soul happens within, where we realize the Source of reality is like a CPU in a universal computer, that is creating everything... Which we all can 'connect to' (Yoga), as it is creating us right now; when we learn to silence our external ego, so we can listen.
- Which in Hinduism is defined clearly that Brahman is the Source of reality, which everything comes from.
- In Buddhism the Universal Mind is the Source of everything; yet without a name, to remove anthropomorphization.
- In Daoism the Dao is the ultimate Source of Wisdom that has created everything; again without a name to prevent anthropomorphism.
Yeshua tried to correct Judaism, as they'd muddled their own theology up after the Babylonian exile; that El Elyon (God Most High) is the Source of reality (without a name), and Yahavah Elohim the Creator Divine Being...
That theological structure in the Bible is identical with the Hindu creation story; Brahman the Source manifested the reality, with Brahma its Creator Being.
So when Yeshua taught:
Luke 17:20-21 Being asked by the Pharisees when God’s Kingdom would come, he answered them, “God’s Kingdom doesn’t come with observation; (21) neither will they say, ‘Look, here!’ or, ‘Look, there!’ for behold, God’s Kingdom is within you.”
This is a Dharmic principle, on inner meditation we reach Heaven within us; we're not all evil as the Pharisees taught, the Bible like Hindu texts teach Hell is below us, and we're in a realm of Desires (Maya)... Thus the only way to get out of here is to become enlightened within.
Matthew 6:22-23 “The lamp of the body is the eye. If therefore your eye is sound, your whole body will be full of light. (23) But if your eye is evil, your whole body will be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in you is darkness, how great is the darkness!
So each Abrahamic religion misses parts of the Dharma:
- Judaism thinks everyone has an evil inclination, and by piousness they stifle that desire... They also passed that on to Islam, and to Catholic - Jesuits.
- Christians (John, Paul, Simon the stone (Petros)) think by believing in another person, they can ascend; yet we all have to come to the Source ourself, no one can climb the mountain of consciousness for us - in other words, if someone is not a saint within their own character, they can not enter Heaven.
- Muslims think outer ritual creates deeds that count us as worthy; yet no amount of external effort can make someone become enlightened within.
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