Buddhism, representative of the old age, is based on a lack of love. This lack of love is difficult to explain when Buddhism teaches about loving kindness, compassion, joy and serenity, and love towards others as well as towards oneself. It is also true that suffering is on the structural level, which can be transcended into transcendence as conventional enlightenment. Conventional enlightenment in its complete form is a state of consciousness of deep peace, great harmony and all-embracing security.
Why then can Buddhism nevertheless be based on a lack of love?
Love is felt through its flow of energy in consciousness. Buddhism also assumes this when it describes love as an active feeling. This means that love is directed towards something and is felt more intensive, the stronger the energy flow is.
In compassion and loving kindness, love is directed towards other people. Likewise, in Buddhism, joy comes from sharing joy with others or from giving joy. Love itself is described as a pure feeling that is given to other living beings completely selflessly. It is also directed towards other people.
The main forms of love in Buddhism are therefore directed towards others with their energy flow. If one identifies only with this content of consciousness, one can perceive oneself as filled with love.
Serenity, in turn, comes from identification with the conventional state of enlightenment, that is, with transcendence.
Buddhism, on the other hand, has difficulty with self-love. It tends to be derived indirectly or from the “acceptance of what is”. Sometimes the difficulty with self-love is also seen as caused through the concept of “self”.
But in fact, self-love does not exist in Buddhism, as it is missed throughout the old age. It is precisely on this lack of self-love that the old age’s lack of love is based. The old age differs in lack of love from the new age with fulfillment of love.
How can I be so sure that Buddhism does not know self-love?
Buddhism does not know self-love, because otherwise it would never teach the leaving of suffering and pain, but their healing. Love does not leave, but heals ‒ especially one’s own suffering and pain.
While Buddhism teaches serenity in transcendence and the flow of love to others, the higher level of consciousness of the new age results from the flow of love into one’s own inner family(AL) with karmic and body as ego.
What does this mean for Buddhists?
Heal your inner woman as a prerequisite for the göttlich-irdischen Liebesfluss (divine-earthly love-flow) in your consciousness. Instead of paying distant attention to your feelings, connect with them ‒ while being open to universal love ‒ and thereby heal them.
With the present new age, this development of consciousness will no longer be as difficult for you as you may still believe, for the path has already been prepared. With my journey to India in 2018, I have already laid the foundation for this göttlich-irdischen Liebesfluss (divine-earthly love-flow) worldwide.
That is why my travel report “Healing the world through consciousness development for India” together with the five fairy tales of the new age “Gretel and Hansel heal the witch” result in the Holy Scripture of Am-Ziel-Erleuchtung© “Musubi World Healing”. This Holy Scripture is aimed at those, who are already am-Ziel-erleuchtet© (final-enlightened) as a creation guide for the göttlich-irdischen Liebesfluss (divine-earthly love-flow), so that you will not understand much of it. Nevertheless, the India travelogue can show you the shortcomings of Buddhism that made it necessary to dissolve Buddhism. Moreover, this means a facilitated chance for you to grow beyond your previous level of consciousness.
Who am I in relation to Buddha and Jesus?
Jesus is said to have taught the “Kingdom of God” as the “Son of God”. From the traditions of him, it can be concluded that he identified with his divine part of consciousness under the perception of Musubi (= the universal Whole) as “father” and lived his soul love. His teaching and his actions corresponded to the weiblichen Spirituellen System (feminine Spiritual System), but still without a göttlich-irdischen Liebesflussverbindung (divine-earthly love-flow-connection) into his own earthly personality. I now teach this love-flow-connection. The wrong way of dealing with feelings of guilt probably only became a central distortion of Christianity through his followers.
From the traditions of Buddha, on the other hand, it can be concluded that he was in the männlichen Spirituellen System (male Spiritual System). In this he also identified with his divine consciousness part, perhaps with perception of Musubi. He recognized the masculine karmic, but did not integrate it, instead reinforcing this divine-earthly blockage through his teaching. While Buddha taught the leaving of the karmic cycle and the control of feelings, it is exactly the other way round. It is to create from Divine to earthly and the healing of feelings is important. Thus, his teaching is wrong and Buddhism had to be dissolved.
I myself am Musubis female Creative Power from its absolute origin and thereby heal the world. For this purpose, I changed the energetic basis of the world to the weiblichen Spirituellen System (female Spiritual System) at Christmas 2020. From this, the masculine is healed, too, with gradual transformation of the old false patterns such as Buddhism. The old patterns are merely a temporary clinging to the familiar without any further basis. The existence of the old patterns is only maintained for a while through this clinging. Those, who wish to support the healing of the masculine through the weibliche Spirituelle System (feminine Spiritual System), can already immediately connect to the new basis.
Berlin, January 13, 2021, Ayleen Lyschamaya
Further to the species of the new age, the Holy Scripture “Musubi World Healing”, the conventional gurus or the end of Christianity.
What changes does the world need? See the international magazine “new consciousness”.