Peter Dunoff, also known by his spiritual name Beinsa Douno, and often called the Master by his followers, was a Bulgarian philosopher and spiritual teacher who developed a form of Esoteric Christianity known as the Universal White Brotherhood.
Born: July 11, 1864, Nikolaevka
Died: December 27, 1944, Sofia, Bulgaria.
Beinsa Douno was a spiritual master and founder of a School of Esoteric Christianity called "School of the Universal White Brotherhood". He was a famous Healer and one of the few who gracefully predicted their last hour on Earth precisely to the minute. He crossed the Time Barrier Peacefully exactly on the day and hour He decided to do so.
The various components in the Teaching of Master Beinsa Douno are set out and designed in about 7000 lectures of his, provided in the interval of 1900-1944. They were released in several series: lectures before the General Class, lectures before the Special Class, Sunday lectures, Annual Meeting lectures, Morning lectures etc.
He started his humble works and lectures with only three followers (seekers), and they progressively grew to thousands.
Here we share only a few selected thoughts from his humble teachings.
"The most important thing for the one who learns is to have an irresistible desire to learn. The teaching is above all for the one seeking true knowledge!
Everything else is secondary to him.
The disciple begins with the seed, and the world seeks a fruit garden. That's the difference. And such gardens are nowhere to be found.
The disciple learns to do the Will of the Divine! ”
"For the Good you need the Will!
It takes a strong Will to go up. And only the good goes up. There is no need for will for evil; you just step in the current and it will pull you down.
We need Will for the Good!”
"To concentrate - this is something natural for the one who learns. When two or more objects from the material and spiritual worlds enter his mind and intertwine, he is distracted. He must not allow this. The one who learns should concentrate only in the direction in which the spiritual progress of all souls and his own is heading - above all personal ambitions! "
"There are students who work with small hoes and then want a big bowl.
That is why the Master will sometimes take the student to the hoes, to choose a hoe for himself, and according to the hoe the bowl will be.”
"The one who learns must be strong to be able to say yes and no in principle. When something in principle should not be applied, say: No! And when it has to be applied, say: Yes! "
“Telling the Truth is an operation without anesthesia. The one who learns must be ready to endure the Truth! Then he is strong. He knows in his inner essence - the Truth is always good!”
"There are questions that the seeker must answer directly. If the he/she answers these questions with detours, they are not telling the Truth.”
"The one who learns must beware of artificial desires, they ruin.
The natural desires of the soul, they are healthy and serve to lift the Spirit.
Natural desire is only that which is in accordance with the Will of the Divine - that which comes from God!
Natural desire is what leads to an abundant life.”
"The object of the Seeker is inside – The Divine. And there are no obstacles to achieving the Divine; the One who learns is always happy because everything is inside him.
The world seeks its object outside; that's why many lives are full of dissatisfaction. "
"The one who learns must beware of artificial desires, they ruin. The natural desires of the soul, they are healthy for the seeker and serve to lift him.”
"Suffering on Earth is the greatest thing for the Seeker
Because through any sort of suffering he learns the best lessons.
In suffering the Soul rises. And Consciousness awakens Consciousness.”
Selected and Translated with Joy