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ariyaBuddhism


refers to


an effective path of liberation from the human condition


using spiritual concentration and intellectual catharsis


following the earliest teachings of


a true prince of the ariya


from some two and a half millennia ago


siddhattha gotama


the buddha


(the awakened one)


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in a darkening age


siddhatta gotama


the buddha

opened a path of liberation for the ariya


in the dark age


julius evola


the great magus & master of the ariya

re-opened that path


now you


ariya!


if this life feels too little for you


forget all words and go this incommensurably dangerous but divinely rewarding path


- start here


read the following book:


"the doctrine of awakening" (isbn 0-89281-553-1)


available @ http://www.innertraditions.com/isbn/0-89281-553-1


published by www.innertraditions.com


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the man who was later known as the awakened one


that is


the buddha


was the prince siddhattha


according to some


he was the son of a king


according to others


at least of the most ancient warrior nobility of the sakiya race


proverbial for its pride


there was a saying


proud as a sakiya


this race claimed descent from the so-called solar race 


and from the very ancient king iksvaku


in fact


the same royal and solar origin 


is attributed to the doctrine expounded in the bhagavadgita


a doctrine that was revealed after a period of oblivion to a ksatriya


that is


to an exponent of warrior nobility


and that shows us how the path of detachment 


can also produce an unconditioned and irresistible form of heroism


the buddha said


I have seen the ancient path


the path trodden by all the perfected awakened ones of olden times


this is the path I follow


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the path shown by the Buddha is only suited to a very small minority


gifted with exceptional interior strength


as someone has rightly said


it is no milk for babies


nor does it provide metaphysical feasts for lovers of intellectual speculation


for him who goes this path spirituality has become an aim


the object of a reconquest


the final limit of a reintegration to be carried out by one’s own virile efforts


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the gift of dharma


(the law

or way)


this way


revealed and actualized by such eminent beings as the buddha


will always remain the principle of vaivagya and of udvega


the disgust and inner turmoil that tear away the "noble ones" from mere living


arousing in them the sensation and the nostalgia for a truer


freer


more powerful reality


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...what arises in some people is the sensation that earthly life is something to which


prior to our becoming terrestrial beings


we have committed ourselves


both as an adventure and as a mission or a chosen task


undertaking a whole set of problematic and tragic elements as well


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the classic ideal is different from the condition of natural man


as yet unawakened to any truly supra-natural calling


the spirit is so dominant that under certain favorable spiritual conditions 


it molds body and soul to its own image


& thereby achieves a perfect harmony between the inner & the outer


one must place oneself at that level where didactic confusion cannot reach


& where all dilettantism


& arbitrary intellectual activity are excluded


where one resists energetically


every influence from confused


passionate desires


& from agressive pleasure in polemics


where


finally & fundamentally


nothing counts but


the precise


strict


objective knowledge


of the spirit


of the primordial tradition


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the only qualitative standard


is the degree of more or less perfect realization of the nature proper to a person


there can be no doubt that


a woman who is perfectly a woman is superior


to a man who is imperfectly a man


just


as a farmer who is faithful to his land and


performs his work perfectly is superior


to a king who cannot do his own work


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civilization breaks down into epochs and disconnected cycles


at a given moment and within a given race 


a specific conception of the world and of life is affirmed 


from which follows a specific system of truths


principles


understandings


and realizations


a civilization springs up


gradually reaches a culminating point


and then falls into darkness and


more often than not


disappears


a cycle has ended


perhaps another will rise again some day


somewhere else


perhaps it may even take up the concerns of preceding civilizations


but any connection between them will be strictly analogical


the transition from one cycle of civilization to another


- one completely alien to the other -


implies a jump


which in mathematics is called a discontinuity


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I am


yesterday


today


and tomorrow


and the power of rebirth


I know the abyss


that is my name




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