5269Re: Other "Paths" Are Much Better Than The Eckankar "Religion"
- Mar 23, 2010Klemp couldn't write his way out of a paper bag if he had to. It's either rehashed Twit talk or other's stories. No original thought. No inspiration. Can you imagine being the stereotypical seeker, climbing the highest peak to seek the knowledge of the great master, only to find Klemp and his double talk waiting for you at the top? ARRGGGHHHH!
--- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "prometheus_973" <prometheus_973@...> wrote:
> I found an interesting book recently.
> It's called "Reinventing The Body,
> Resurrecting The Soul." Now I know
> that ECKists will have a problem this
> book right from the start because he
> says "The" Soul instead of just "Soul."
> However, this is just a case of semantics
> because Deepak Chopra knows that
> we are Soul and are not separate from
> "Three ways to end conditioning...
> REFLECTION--taking a second
> look at old habits, beliefs, and
> assumptions... Reflection involves
> standing back and taking a look
> at yourself, as if in a mirror...
> CONTEMPLATION--focusing on
> a thought or image until it expands
> as far as it can... Contemplation
> involves holding one thing in the
> mind and letting it unfold...
> MEDITATION--finding the level
> of the mind that isn't conditioned...
> Meditation involves the search
> for a level of awareness that isn't
> Of course there are many more
> details given in this book on these
> spiritual techniques given here.
> My point is that this information
> far surpasses anything Klemp has
> expounded upon. Sometimes HK
> is merely putting an updated spin
> on Twitchell's "borrowed" and
> "compiled" writings (plagiarized).
> 'A rose is still a rose by any other
> One more thing, it seems that
> Twitchell/Klemp switched around
> the definitions for Contemplation
> and Meditation in order to place
> meditation on a lower rung. Once
> again it seems to be a matter of
> semantics. But, Twit was noted
> for switching things around in
> order to have his teachings appear
> unique, different and better. Klemp
> is just following Twit's lead to show
> uniformity. However, the EKKankar
> definition for Contemplation is very
> similar to Deepak's definition for
> Meditation! However, any ECKist
> will tell you that "contemplation"
> is more advanced than "meditation."
> Reading Deepak's definition for
> "meditation" takes one beyond
> anything I've seen in the EK teachings!
> The truth is, ECKists are confused
> as to what is what. They just know
> that Klemp has said that meditation
> is one thing and contemplation is this
> other thing and is better and more advanced.
> Oh, btw, ECKists should never refer to
> the EK contemplation as a meditation.
> This will get you pulled from doing Intros
> and all kinds of things. It could prevent
> an ECKist from getting an initiation. EK
> Jargon has to be used... like with saying
> "Soul" versus saying "the" Soul!
> BTW, I noticed another book by Deepak
> that caught my attention. It's titled,
> "The Third Jesus." Why can't Klemp
> come up with more interesting subjects,
> titles, and spiritual information? He's
> a poser!
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