35Re: Fwd: Arahata Training
- Apr 3, 2005Hello Prometheus and Mish,
--- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "prometheus_973"
> Yes, I too want to hear about the OBE of Mish's. I wonder how the
> Spiritual Skills Seminar went? Not really! LOL! I've been to
> meetings, trainings, and workshops to know that it is basicallyfor
> those who are new to intros, book discussions, etc. and is mostlyin
> just a pep talk for the experienced and active "settlers" (those
> support positions) and "explorers" (vahana/missionaries).We were at the Spiritual Skills Seminar 2003 in Washington. It was
fun for us! We thought it was something new and exciting and we
enjoyed it a lot. Of course now we know that those techniques are
introduced only for recruitment and not for personal development.
Seen from this point of view, it doesn't seem so attractive any more.
> there is a slightly new focus or some new techniques shared. Butthe
> actually, I always got the update from the RESA Star on new or
> successful Arahata/Vahana methods that were just re-enforced in
> workshops. The problem that most Eckists have is that they areinbetween,
> introverts, their spiritual experiences seem far and few
> and what they have experienced spiritually is private and personalup
> and cannot be easily shared. Other Eckists have no trouble making
> or telling their stories. Some Eckists just like to be the centerof
> attention. They love to be admired. I can see this with those whoIn Washington, I met an eckist who was this type - very introverted
> have left Eckankar as well. It's tough on some of these egomanics
> because they no longer have those Higher Initiations.
and she didn't seem to have a great sense of humor. To me, it seemed
as if she was drying out from the inside - and I thought once again
how weird it was that Eckankar could attract such weird people! It
was not for the first time I noticed that.
I notice, too, that some ex-eckists haven't left Eckankar completely
and never will. So, once again, we will have to be very, very
careful to look for those old patterns inside ourselves.
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