1. There is no proof of a divine anything.
2. Eckankar does not have a mythology in any shape or form (read Joseph Campbell)
3. I agree with the grieving stage idea; it's harder for some than others. I personally got over the whole thing in less than a week.
4. I agree with the idea that the best day in eckankar is the day you leave. Yes, it's tremendously liberating.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "violinmike2002" <violinmike2002@...> wrote:
> to understand it but your best day in eckankar is on your
> liberation day when you decide to leave it. When you totter away
> apostate !
> So if this is rough realize there's a better day coming in following whats real.
> Not that there wasn't anything of value there but when in
> your heart it is no longer serving you its right to go.
> Very few over the years understood.
> You have a connection with the divine that doesn't need a pope or
> mahanta or guru.
> Like the break up of any relationship there is going to be
> the 7 stages of grief.
> I have something to practice letting go-
> letting go of eckankars mythology.