resently I was working
> > at a point of integration: it is REAL
> > and one comes face to face with it just before a non-dual
> Oh, then you're talking about a different kind of integration, a
> sort of alignment of forces, so to speak.
more like accepting integrating the
[one's passion the fuel of the dark
has to be transcended tho]
> That kind of unity of the
> powers that be is a delightful way of being. I'm happy for you that
> you got rid of that pesky knot.
thank you Lotus, it was painful: I
came upon the axis of this cross first
ridiing only the horizontal symbol of 8
and did not know how to approach it
by trying over and over I discovered,
that an upright infinty of 8 met at the
and I am still 'integrating' and
this is all yoga meditation symbology:
a Kryija guru told me, that it is
common before Kutashta..
> I was think more of a therapudic
> kind of integration where a little personality adjustment is made
> here and a little there in some futile attempt to be well-adjusted
> by whosever standards you're using.
yes, that is on the table
> You seem to be talking about a
> more universal integration than just a personality. First, a balance
> of brain to keep interests from tugging away from each other and
> then on up to control central.
> > it was for me on the 'horizontal' plane
> > where I was crucified <grin>oh! by the
> > upcoming vertical loop of 8- over-
> > imposed to the horizontal
> > > > The Shadow Of The Enlightened Guru
Having discovered the Divine in the
depths of his or her own soul, the
adept must then find the Divine in all
life. This is, in fact, the adept's principal obligation and responsibility.
To put it differently, having drunk at
the fountain of life, the adept must complete the spiritual opus and practice compassion on the basis of the
recognition that everything participates
in the universal field of the Divine.