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    KomLostBong,

    Good questions.

    I am not kidding. I told you and everybody what I know and experience.

    I know it is hard to grasp the soul matter. But you are safe being so as you are among the majority, 99.999,999,999%, of humans who do not understand this.

    If you really want to get a good idea about the soul notion, I advise you to seek spiritual counseling. I am talking about finding a good medium person, a Roop/Rup, who could allow you to talk to one of your loved-ones who passed away. Make sure you get a competent medium!

    You knew that person, your loved-one, very well. So, if the spiritual medium is really good, you should be able to talk with his or her soul. You then could tell whether that would be really your well known loved-one soul/ spirit or not.

    I spoke to my mom and dad souls. My parents passed away decades ago. When their souls came to talk to me, I knew them exactly. Their voice, speech pattern, style, and content were exactly my parent’s. They talked to me, relating to what we shared when they were still alive. Believe me, I know my parent.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls stay around, alive, in similar way. Believe me, I spoke with both of them.

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hey!!! Veayoo,

    According to whatever you mentiond there…its just a normal as like as humans too, cuz Preah Ko and Preah Keo’s bodies are death but their souls are still alive. The Humanz’s souls are alive as well event their bodies are death…Dont you think, do you ???

    What are you taliking about you still can chat to them…??? Are you kidding me???
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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    From my vintage point, Preah Ko and Preah Keo are alive.

    From normal human perspectives, they are not. Most humans attach life with body. When one dies, the soul goes away while the body is getting rotten. Humans then say that the person is no longer alive.

    In the bodiless world, the above soul is still alive after the above body death.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls are still alive and well. They are still powerful as Khmer legend says.

    They are alive to me because I still could chat with them.

    ***

    By the way, I will try to write about whether God is male or female here in this thread. I hope I’ll get to the question soon.

    ***

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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hello!!! Veayoo,

    Are preah Ko and Preah Keo still alive…???

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    If you are curious, you could ask questions such as whether you ever were born as a frog or a lizard…, or whether you ever went to heavens or hells in previous lives…

    :)

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    Good questions.

    I am not kidding. I told you and everybody what I know and experience.

    I know it is hard to grasp the soul matter. But you are safe being so as you are among the majority, 99.999,999,999%, of humans who do not understand this.

    If you really want to get a good idea about the soul notion, I advise you to seek spiritual counseling. I am talking about finding a good medium person, a Roop/Rup, who could allow you to talk to one of your loved-ones who passed away. Make sure you get a competent medium!

    You knew that person, your loved-one, very well. So, if the spiritual medium is really good, you should be able to talk with his or her soul. You then could tell whether that would be really your well known loved-one soul/ spirit or not.

    I spoke to my mom and dad souls. My parents passed away decades ago. When their souls came to talk to me, I knew them exactly. Their voice, speech pattern, style, and content were exactly my parent’s. They talked to me, relating to what we shared when they were still alive. Believe me, I know my parent.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls stay around, alive, in similar way. Believe me, I spoke with both of them.

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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hey!!! Veayoo,

    According to whatever you mentiond there…its just a normal as like as humans too, cuz Preah Ko and Preah Keo’s bodies are death but their souls are still alive. The Humanz’s souls are alive as well event their bodies are death…Dont you think, do you ???

    What are you taliking about you still can chat to them…??? Are you kidding me???
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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    From my vintage point, Preah Ko and Preah Keo are alive.

    From normal human perspectives, they are not. Most humans attach life with body. When one dies, the soul goes away while the body is getting rotten. Humans then say that the person is no longer alive.

    In the bodiless world, the above soul is still alive after the above body death.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls are still alive and well. They are still powerful as Khmer legend says.

    They are alive to me because I still could chat with them.

    ***

    By the way, I will try to write about whether God is male or female here in this thread. I hope I’ll get to the question soon.

    ***

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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hello!!! Veayoo,

    Are preah Ko and Preah Keo still alive…???

    [/quote]
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    [Message last modified 09-19-2010 10:27pm by veayoo]

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    I have seen the rise of China as a new economic giant in the world. China is the number 2 GDP of the world, following the US. While China and Cambodia do not have common border, the two countries have been friends for years. China has invested billions of dollars in Cambodia.

    I have read neighboring countries’ fear of getting swallowed by the tiger China. The most fearful countries would be Vietnam which has border with China. All other countries in Asia have the similar fears. The tiger China needs to get fed and it needs a large territory to roam for its continued hunger.

    With its economic and military strength, China could walk into these countries like it did to Tibet!

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    Environment:

    The telling has made me wondering about how the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor could be real in this present kind of world. Like billions of other humans, I saw very little chance of its existence. Till today, I am still in doubt, folks.

    But like as ever, there is nothing I can do to unmask and reveal all the answers and proofs. As always I have to wait and see.

    While I wait to see, there are pieces that fall together along the telling lines.

    [Message last modified 09-22-2010 05:13pm by veayoo]

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    India’s President Patil spoke directly about India competing with China in making good economic ties with Southeast Asian nations. In her recent visit to Cambodia, President Patil announced several hundred million dollars that India is investing in Cambodia with plans for more.

    India approach to get good relationship with Cambodia has not been very obvious in monetary terms. While India investment has been of hundred millions, China has invested billions of dollars in Cambodia.

    What India has done for thousands of years to have good ties with Southeast Asian nations has been deep in people heart and mind. India spread religious belief such as Hinduism and Buddhism.

    While India has the deep relationship, India is still somehow feeling threatened by the new Superpower China.

    [Message last modified 09-22-2010 05:07pm by veayoo]

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    Russia is still a bit quiet about investing in and influencing Cambodia.

    The vast unused Russian land, north of China, is naturally always an extra possible annex for China, which has a continued population growth.

    Any confrontation between Russia, a world nuclear superpower, and China, the #2 world GDP, could be of world consequence.

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    The US has renewed its interest in South East Asia. Well, the US left Vietnam and Cambodia’s wars in a shameful manner.

    Hilary Clinton and US politics see clear rivalry from China now. If China conquers all small countries in South East Asia, China is surely more powerful, thus it could threaten US national security for sure.

    The US would not be able to secure its number one spot super power any more if China keeps moving upward against the US!

    “ASEAN wishes to see the US’s presence in the region in order to maintain regional security, order and stability.”

    US geopolitical strategists advised the US State Department to free more time for Hilary Clinton, so that she could spend more time visiting Southeast Asia.

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    Besides the US, Russia, India, and Vietnam, many other China’s neighboring countries such as Korea, Japan, Thailand and other Asian countries are worrying about China’s new strength. This is because China had brutal and bloodshed history.

    China got 250 million Chineses killed in one single domestic war! China has been known as a tiger which used to fight and took over neighboring countries.

    Luckily, China has been a very good friend to Cambodia. Personally, I hope this good friendship with China will remain strong with my newly acquired Mandarin Pinyin! (Are you able to connect the dots now? Ha Ha)

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    Southeast Asia, Cambodia included, is a hot dish in superpowers’ menu.

    The book Megatrends 2000 said that new wars in the 21st century are of economic origin, and no longer of ideological nature anymore.

    This prediction seems true, as every country adopts free and capitalist ideology. No more hard line communism, as it failed miserably. Everybody works hard to improve living conditions. The economical competition brings about potential waves to wars all over again.

    Megatrend 2000 also predicted that there will be only religion in this 21st century. For those who have followed up in my writing, new realization as mine shows that there is only One and Only God for all world religions and for of us.

    With the newly unified ASEAN countries, super powers are gearing to harshly compete for economic power. They want these countries, Cambodia included, badly.

    The competition for economic dominance in these countries could lead to arms confrontation easily.

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    The whole world, Asia, the region, Cambodia and many other countries need divine assistance to be in peace (away from wars) and prosperity.

    This is where divine Neak Mean Bonn intervention comes to play, to keep peace and prosperity. This is where the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor, a divine Neak Mean Bonn own creation, comes in almightily strong.

    The Neak Mean Bonn intervention and creation are here not just for Cambodia but the whole region and the world. Everybody will need help from the Neak Mean Bonn’s Oudom Khmer Mohanokor. :)

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    Investment in Cambodia from 1994 to 2008:

    From 1994 to 2008, the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) proposals approved by the Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC)

    First #: Country. Second #: Investment in US$ millions. Thrid # : percentage of total investment.

    Malaysia 1,736 32.79
    Cambodia 1,509 28.5
    China 569 10.27
    Taiwan 400 7.56
    Thailand 206 3.89
    Singapore 194 3.67
    South Korea 165 3.12
    U.K. 130 2.46
    USA 70 1.32
    Vietnam 61 1.15
    Indonesia 54 1.02
    Australia 54 1.02
    France 40 0.76
    Japan 23 0.43
    Other 82 1.55

    Total: 5293M = 5.293 Billions dollars

    From 2009 and on, the above investment figure should have been increased quite a bit. I wonder whether these numbers could be a kind of stick to measure prosperity level in Cambodia.

    If oil could be counted as gold, how about the hard cash?

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    With the on-going divine project, a few months ago, a Boramey mentioned divine progress. It appears like he tried to point out divine intervention effect on Cambodia.

    He talked about oil discovery in Cambodia. He also mentioned about gold mine discovery. While I read about oil discovery, I am not aware of any gold mine finding.

    The Boramey said those are “gold”. With the telling, I thought of Buddha Tumneay clause ” Meas koeb Tang Kancheu, Prak Koeb Tang Laey” (gold collected by large containers, silver collected by the smaller ones).

    Prior to that, Borameys were talking about blocking modern electronic search equipment from finding gold and treasures, etc. They talked about blocking Vietnamese equipment which tried to locate gold at Angkor Borei in Takeo, Cambodia’s Nokor Kok Thlok ancient city.

    Answering my greeting question on how he was doing, Preah In Sakkatevareach said repeatedly that he has been busy with evils that keep arising out of the Earth.

    I am not sure what Preah In Sakkatevareach meant by that. I suspected that he referred to volcanoes and similar evils.

    Putting the above together, Borameys have work and control beyond human capability. If they want Cambodia to discover oil or gold, they could do so. If they don’t, they could keep their spells on and on… They have divine power that we may not comprehend.

    Putting any belief argument aside, I am glad to see good things happened to Cambodia though.

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    Indian public opnion about insufficient India investment and influence in Cambodia.

    Below is an excerpt from an article, The Phnom Penh paradox, by Dhiraj Nayyar in Indian Express.com.

    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/The-Phnom-Penh-paradox/688570

    Contrasts don’t get much sharper than this: when Chinese vice-president Xi Jinping visited Cambodia last December, he announced soft loans and grants worth $1.2 billion to one of the poorest countries in the ASEAN bloc. When President Pratibha Patil visited Cambodia last week, the first visit by an Indian president in over 50 years, India offered Cambodia just $15 million (plus $246,000 for a rural school) in the form of aid. It isn’t hard to see which of the two countries is likely to come out on top in the battle for influence in Cambodia. President Patil may have reiterated the prime minister’s view that there is enough room for both India and China to grow simultaneously. But on the ground, it appears that China has already occupied much of the space.

    In Cambodia, at least, India ought to have had a clear lead over China in the game of influence. To start off with, of course, India’s civilisational links stretch back thousands of years. The world heritage site of Angkor Vat, built originally as a temple for Vishnu by the Khmer king Suryavarman II, is the most famous symbol of those links. But even in more contemporary times, India has played its diplomatic cards better than China. China supported the notorious Khmer Rouge regime which presided over the mass murder of an estimated one to two million Cambodians. India, on the other hand, was one of the first countries (in fact, the first non-Soviet bloc country) in the world to recognise the government that replaced the Khmer Rouge regime in 1980 after a Vietnamese-led invasion…

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    India’s President Patil spoke directly about India competing with China in making good economic ties with Southeast Asian nations. In her recent visit to Cambodia, President Patil announced several hundred million dollars that India is investing in Cambodia with plans for more.

    India approach to get good relationship with Cambodia has not been very obvious in monetary terms. While India investment has been of hundred millions, China has invested billions of dollars in Cambodia.

    What India has done for thousands of years to have good ties with Southeast Asian nations has been deep in people heart and mind. India spread religious belief such as Hinduism and Buddhism.

    While India has the deep relationship, India is still somehow feeling threatened by the new Superpower China.

    [Message last modified 09-22-2010 05:07pm by veayoo]

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    If “tiger China” are feeling hungry, why wouldnt Taiwan obey its learder?

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    Diamond2,

    Thank you for stopping by.

    Taiwan obeys its leader? I am not sure who is Taiwan leader.

    Last week, as I chatted on-line with a friend from Taiwan, I asked her whether Taiwaneses are afraid to be in war with China. We know that Taiwan was part of China and that China always wants the island back.

    My Taiwanese friend said no. She does not worry about that.

    She said China has used Taiwan as a gate to sell its abundant and cheap products. many Taiwanese marketers enjoy selling Chinese merchandises to the world. For this useful marketing gate, China would leave Taiwan alone.

    As it got Hong Kong back from England domination, China left Hong Kong working the way it did best too: marketing gate to export Chinese products out!

    Taiwan has a good size investment in Cambodia too.

    [i]Originally posted by Diamond2[/i]
    If “tiger China” are feeling hungry, why wouldnt Taiwan obey its learder?

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    Phnom Penh Post article: China-Cambodia ties grow .

    http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2010092842335/Business/china-cambodia-ties-grow.html

    “Earlier this month (September of 2010), a Chinese firm planning to invest in the Kingdom’s power and real estate sector earmarked $3 billion for Cambodia.”

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    I have seen the rise of China as a new economic giant in the world. China is the number 2 GDP of the world, following the US. While China and Cambodia do not have common border, the two countries have been friends for years. China has invested billions of dollars in Cambodia.

    I have read neighboring countries’ fear of getting swallowed by the tiger China. The most fearful countries would be Vietnam which has border with China. All other countries in Asia have the similar fears. The tiger China needs to get fed and it needs a large territory to roam for its continued hunger.

    With its economic and military strength, China could walk into these countries like it did to Tibet!

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    Environment:

    The telling has made me wondering about how the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor could be real in this present kind of world. Like billions of other humans, I saw very little chance of its existence. Till today, I am still in doubt, folks.

    But like as ever, there is nothing I can do to unmask and reveal all the answers and proofs. As always I have to wait and see.

    While I wait to see, there are pieces that fall together along the telling lines.

    [Message last modified 09-22-2010 05:13pm by veayoo][/quote]

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    We have witnessed unusual international interests in Cambodia lately.

    To my understanding, these interests are just a beginning. Down the road, many more countries will come to associate with Cambodia.

    The Buddha Tum Neay says: “150 countries come to be its satellites, as Cambodia changes its name to be Nokor Vongkot Borei” (Buddha Tumneay, page 80).

    Satellite countries may mean countries positively associated (business, investment, culture … etc) with the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor!!!

    ***

    The Buddha Tum Neay also says that in Nokor Vongkot Borei, aka Oudom Khmer Mohanokor: “Meas Koeb Tang Kangcheu, Prak Koeb Tang Loey”, gold is collected by large containers and silver by the smaller ones.

    With the newly discovered black gold (oil) and foreign investments, I start to wonder what the large and small containers may mean.

    Does large container (Kangcheu) mean in billion or trillions of dollars?

    Does small container (Loey) mean in millions of dollars?

    Remember also that the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor/ Nokor Vongkot Borei has not officially started yet! It is only in a preliminary stage.

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    Buddha Tumneay is always difficult to interpret:

    I am not the first person to have difficulty with trying to interpret the Buddha Tumneay. Countless minds have had similar difficulty, for hundreds of years.

    The Buddha Tumneay was written hundreds of years ago. The Tumneay may have written in an old Khmer language and got partially lost, I guess. Buddha Tumneay publisher may have struggled to put what he had left in his possession and put the Old Khmer language into recent Khmer.

    The incomplete remaining version along with usual Khmer hidden meaning in poetry, has given me quite a bit of doubt in my understanding of Buddha Tumneay. I am never sure what the real meaning is.

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    Relating to possible meanings of Meas Koeb Tang Kangcheu, Prak Koeb Tang Loey, I thought of silver with the term “Prak”.

    After I woke up this morning, I thought thought of a better interpretation.

    In Khmer, gold is Meas and silver is Prak.

    While silver was used as money as one point in the past, nowadays, Prak just means Money or Cash like 10 dollars or 40, 000 Riels.

    If Prak was meant as money in cash, the Prak that would be Koek Taing Loey would mean that the cash investments that have been coming to Cambodia would be just of small containers (Loey). This would mean that the millions, billions… or trillions … of Dollars would only be small lucks only for Cambodia.

    The gold part (Meas) would be much more as it would be collected in larger containers (Kangcheu).

    I hope everyone wishes that this last interpretation is true! :)

    I wonder now how much would the Meas(gold) be !!

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    US Dept of State – Joe – Cambodia’s Small Debt: When Will the US Forgive?

    http://www.isria.com/pages/1_October_2010_31.php

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    China forgave Cambodia debts relating to the Khmer Rouge era. The US is still going after debts signed by the war loser, Lon Nol.

    By forgiving Khmer Rouge debts, China has collected enormous influence in Cambodia. China can do almost anything there in Cambodia while the US can do nothing.

    The poor international relations that the US has practiced in Cambodia need to be changed, if the US really looks for competing with China in Cambodia and Southeast Asia.

    The Chinese way of dealing with Southeast Asia and cambodia appears to be much superior to the US way.
    The Chinese knows how to make more money from forgiving a silly debt (Why poor today Cambodians need to pay for silly debts signed by the US puppet Lon Nol? I doubt the Cambodian people knew or approved this debt).

    ***

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    The US has renewed its interest in South East Asia. Well, the US left Vietnam and Cambodia’s wars in a shameful manner.

    Hilary Clinton and US politics see clear rivalry from China now. If China conquers all small countries in South East Asia, China is surely more powerful, thus it could threaten US national security for sure.

    The US would not be able to secure its number one spot super power any more if China keeps moving upward against the US!

    “ASEAN wishes to see the US’s presence in the region in order to maintain regional security, order and stability.”

    US geopolitical strategists advised the US State Department to free more time for Hilary Clinton, so that she could spend more time visiting Southeast Asia.

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    Wat Tuol Reachea’s Nokor Vongkot Borei:

    I expressed my concern about a planned set of monuments to be built in Way Tuol Reachea. This was about a set of monuments called Nokor Vongkot Borei.

    I was worried that the 12 hectares artifact would just simply there to stand for the Real Oudom Khmer Mohanokor, aka Nokor Vongkot Borei.

    I worried that the 12 hectares monument would be sufficient to fulfill the Buddha Tumneay which forecast a Great new Cambodia.

    With the worry, I asked my Divine Father Preah Beida Mokot Pich who is the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor Project Director.

    His answer was very simple: “Let Him builds it. You just wait to move in”.

    He meant there is no conflict. The artifact that would be on the 12 hectares land would not have a negative effect on the Great Oudom Khmer Mohanokor project.

    He also meant that I will be among deities the artifact is built for! This was more than I ever thought.

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    As a human, I never pretended to be anything more than being a helpless, and perhaps hopeless, being.

    But when I keep getting showered with all these miracle blessings, what do you think I should do?

    It would not be right to say no, I guess. It also would be not kind to refuse to help Cambodia and the world.

    I have been expected to be more than I am as a human. With thankful thought, amidst all these deity legends, I sometimes feel sad of being who I am as a poor man. I don’t know who I am, was or will be. I need to be told of all these things.

    Often, I feel sad of who I truly am as one powerless human being. I feel that we humans are so ignorant and vulnerable.

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    Wat Tuol Reachea’s Nokor Vongkot Borei:

    I expressed my concern about a planned set of monuments to be built in Way Tuol Reachea. This was about a set of monuments called Nokor Vongkot Borei.

    I was worried that the 12 hectares artifact would just simply there to stand for the Real Oudom Khmer Mohanokor, aka Nokor Vongkot Borei.

    I worried that the 12 hectares monument would be sufficient to fulfill the Buddha Tumneay which forecast a Great new Cambodia.

    With the worry, I asked my Divine Father Preah Beida Mokot Pich who is the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor Project Director.

    His answer was very simple: “Let Him builds it. You just wait to move in”.

    He meant there is no conflict. The artifact that would be on the 12 hectares land would not have a negative effect on the Great Oudom Khmer Mohanokor project.

    He also meant that I will be among deities the artifact is built for! This was more than I ever thought.

    [Message last modified 10-03-2010 12:27pm by veayoo]

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    Preah Beida Mokot Pich answer confirmed my thought of where and what I do best.

    While I practically am a dirty hands man, my strength is in high level duties such as architecture, strategy, leadership, and spiritual communications… (Most of the time, unfamiliar words).

    As Lokta at Wat Tuol Reachea is good in getting artifacts built, I am not. It appears like Borameys have divided works among us. Lokta is a builder of Nokor Vongkot Borei symbolic artifacts. I am supposed to work on the real one with my divine Fathers?

    Let the 12 hectares Nokor Vongkot Borei gets built and then I’ll move in! This sounds like my favorite thing to do :)

    Thanks Lokta at Wat Tuol Reachea. I hope I will be able to chat with him some days.

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    Wat Tuol Reachea’s Nokor Vongkot Borei:

    I expressed my concern about a planned set of monuments to be built in Way Tuol Reachea. This was about a set of monuments called Nokor Vongkot Borei.

    I was worried that the 12 hectares artifact would just simply there to stand for the Real Oudom Khmer Mohanokor, aka Nokor Vongkot Borei.

    I worried that the 12 hectares monument would be sufficient to fulfill the Buddha Tumneay which forecast a Great new Cambodia.

    With the worry, I asked my Divine Father Preah Beida Mokot Pich who is the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor Project Director.

    His answer was very simple: “Let Him builds it. You just wait to move in”.

    He meant there is no conflict. The artifact that would be on the 12 hectares land would not have a negative effect on the Great Oudom Khmer Mohanokor project.

    He also meant that I will be among deities the artifact is built for! This was more than I ever thought.

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    My Divine Father Preah Beida Mokot Pich answer reminded me of yoga methods I read a few years ago:

    Path of Analysis: Jnana Yoga

    Path of Psychic control: Raja Yoga

    Control of emotions: Bhakti Yoga (Devotion)

    The path of work: Karma Yoga

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    Path of Analysis: Jnana Yoga/ definition:

    The path of philosophy (Jnana yoga) is most apt for the sharp intellectuals. It is centered around the analysis of Happiness, the vital contribution of Upanishads. Also many other fundamental questions regarding life and reality are taken up.

    In this path, man learns to use the intellect to overcome the intellect and goes to the very basis of intellectual thinking

    The path of work: Karma Yoga/ definition:

    This involves doing action with an attitude of detachment to fruits of action. This makes man release himself from strong attachment & and thereby brings in him a steadiness in mind.

    The secret of Karma Yoga is to tactfully use just enough energy to accomplish the job. It is the skill of working, in deep relaxation and peaceful awareness.

    In this path, man works to collect merits for higher status in enlightenment. For illustration, old people who go to do voluntary work at a Buddhist temple are practicing the Karma Yoga of some sorts.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    My Divine Father Preah Beida Mokot Pich answer reminded me of yoga methods I read a few years ago:

    Path of Analysis: Jnana Yoga

    Path of Psychic control: Raja Yoga

    Control of emotions: Bhakti Yoga (Devotion)

    The path of work: Karma Yoga

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    When I read through the yoga methods, I knew that I belong more to the Path of Analysis: Jnana Yoga.

    In my past, I did quite a bit of the path of work, Karma Yoga. I sweated a bit. I am best at Jnana Yoga at this stage.

    It appears like Lokta at Wat Tuol Reachea is springing hard in his Karma Yoga.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Path of Analysis: Jnana Yoga/ definition:

    The path of philosophy (Jnana yoga) is most apt for the sharp intellectuals. It is centered around the analysis of Happiness, the vital contribution of Upanishads. Also many other fundamental questions regarding life and reality are taken up.

    In this path, man learns to use the intellect to overcome the intellect and goes to the very basis of intellectual thinking

    The path of work: Karma Yoga/ definition:

    This involves doing action with an attitude of detachment to fruits of action. This makes man release himself from strong attachment & and thereby brings in him a steadiness in mind.

    The secret of Karma Yoga is to tactfully use just enough energy to accomplish the job. It is the skill of working, in deep relaxation and peaceful awareness.

    In this path, man works to collect merits for higher status in enlightenment. For illustration, old people who go to do voluntary work at a Buddhist temple are practicing the Karma Yoga of some sorts.

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    My Divine Father Preah Beida Mokot Pich answer reminded me of yoga methods I read a few years ago:

    Path of Analysis: Jnana Yoga

    Path of Psychic control: Raja Yoga

    Control of emotions: Bhakti Yoga (Devotion)

    The path of work: Karma Yoga

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    In a lot of people mind, the Neak Mean Bonn divine intervention is extremely abstract and imaginary. They (we) have not seen the rescue activities happening concretely anywhere. Nothing has been on TV, cable or radio…

    Logically and humanly speaking, they (we) are reasonable. However, if we take our reasoning a little further than human logic, we would come to a point that our human eyes and intelligence are of very limited capabilities.

    We cannot see what is in the air and we cannot see what was in the past or what will be happening in the future. With that realization, we cannot tell whether any telling would be true.

    As much as I have experienced Neak Mean Bonn telling, like many of you, I wait to see concrete proofs.

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