hi Rich, this sounds different please elaborate. ... Karta
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, Oct 3, 2003
this sounds different
> The Eastern world has offered much in the line of knowledge of
> spiritual phenomena, but I think the Western world has offered the
> scientific method, which is no less significant. Whereas
> eastern spiritual types once practiced elaborate rituals to achieve
> altered states of consciousness, western types have correctly named as
> "hypnotism". What was once called "divine forces within" is now
> called the "subconscious mind". The great triumph us western science
> in terms of spiritual practice, I believe, is the field of psychology
> (at least theoretically). Psychology has succeeded in naming and
> labelling phenomena which once only belonged to the realm of the
> mysterious and mystical. If we could only figure out how to combine
> these two worlds...the implications are staggering.
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