371Re: Sun gazing
- Aug 11, 2005Well, I think sun gazing might work for those "few" people whose
brains only function at 3-10%! I would imagine that anyone who would
go to one of those sun gazing workshops would fall into that
category! : ) So, I guess it would seem "real" to those
already "blind" to reality. Yes, the brain is capable of being
--- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "ctecvie"
> Hello Mish,East
> I can see that you "love" sun gazing! LOL (just kidding ...)
> --- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "mishmisha9"
> <mishmisha9@y...> wrote:
> > Sun Gazing?? What a crock! I lived and traveled in the Middle
> > several years ago, and became aquainted and familiar with thewould
> > attitudes/beliefs of the culture and society there. First, I
> > say that coming up with scams, such as sun gazing, is in partsport
> > and in part a way to sucker people. It's fun to fool people andit
> > elevates your belief in your own superiority. If you can foolthan
> > people, especially westerners--why surely you are much smarter
> > them and it makes you feel so good, chuckle, chuckle!he
> That's true. Westerners are seemingly so smart ... and they can be
> fooled so easily sometimes!
> > Secondly, it
> > can be quite profitable for you.
> This is so for sure! I remember how once, being on vacation in a
> similar country, a local guy talked to me and made me believe that
> knew me from the hotel. We went with him to his home and then werehim
> talked into giving a donation for something. We were lucky that we
> could get away with a relatively small sum of money. The situation
> wasn't really dangerous but could have become so. I just believed
> because I thought all the people there were friendly! But not allare!
> > It seems, too, that some people have made a lifestyle out of
> > fools! Looking for truth in all the wrong places! : ) Why notjust
> > trust your inner guidance?a
> Inner guidance ...?? ;-)) Who needs inner guidance when he can be
> fool ...!! :-Dsome
> > Well, I suppose some people in their
> > quests for enlightenment have overlooked the basics and have let
> > their inner guidance just rather whither/fade away--or is it
> > people just don't possess inner guidance and that is why someand
> > are always looking to others for answers that should be found
> > themselves?
> I think that this is close to the truth - as I see it. How about
> finding enlightenment all around us? How about opening our eyes
> see the beauty of life? Why always do "extraordinary" things forthings
> enlightenment? I'm not saying that one cannot do extraordinary
> because they make life interesting, too. But I think thatthe
> enlightenment can be found in doing simple things as waking up in
> morning and being grateful for the day!why
> > I wouldn't want to risk injury to my eyes attempting this! And
> > would anyone consider that one could survive for years on justbe
> > sunlight and water? This sun gazing idea is really so silly--I'd
> > embarrassed to suggest its possibility and validity! : )
> And, why should it make life more enjoyable??
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