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"In the highest schools of Tibetan Buddhism the term "Clear Light" is constantly used. This is the way in which people who reached spiritual heights, perceive Divine Consciousness."

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Buddhism

Question: How does all, that you speak about, relate to Buddhism, which denies God?

Answer: Buddhism does not deny God. "Atheism of Buddhists" is an atheist figment or the opinion of neophytes in religion. In the highest schools of Tibetan Buddhism, for example, the term "Clear Light" is constantly used. This is the way in which people who reached spiritual heights, perceive Divine Consciousness. Their experience coincides with Krishna's description of Divine Consciousness: Brahman in Light beyond darkness, Ishvara is still more clear Light.

This is how the best adepts of Buddhism come to direct perception of God and afterwards to mergence with Him.

 

 
 

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