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This Mummified 200-year-old Monk Is Giving Scientists A Tough Time

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He is not Dead, He is still in deep meditation!

In a very strange and bizarre incident, a mummified 200-year-old monk was found in Mongolia in lotus position of meditation. Sounds weird?

It is believed that this monk was found in a rare state of meditation called ‘Tukdam’. Such mind baffling incidents have occurred in the history too in which Buddhists have spent years without eating and sleeping but meditating.

He is definitely an inspiration to the other Buddhist monks. That’s the power of meditation. This state of meditation is the closest state to the state of Buddha.

Let’s get into more details.

This mummified monk was recently discovered in Mongolia. Wrapped in traditional buddhist robes and extremely well preserved, the condition of this mummy is baffling researchers. Buddhists leaders say the monk is sitting in the lotus position and is in a deep meditative trance – not dead.

The doctor to Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, told the Siberian Times that the monk was in a rare state of meditation called “tukdam”.

“If the meditator can continue to stay in this meditative state, he can become a Buddha,” Dr. Barry Kerzin, reports. “Reaching such a high spiritual level the meditator will also help others, and all the people around will feel a deep sense of joy.”The meditator was discovered in a cave when a man tried to steal him to sell on the black market. The thief was arrested and the meditator is now being guarded at the National Centre of Forensic Expertise.

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Is it possible that this monk has attained buddha-like status by using meditation? It wouldn’t be the first time evidence like this has presented itself.

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