Re: A Shake-up, Caffeine, and Some Birds
> Hello All,
> I looked at this "Sacred
> Activations" site below
> and saw that it's a clever
> scam but different from
> Eckankar... it's not a
> religion. It's more of
> a self-help and healing
> site. "Tamra" uses
> Thetahealing, NLP, and
> Quantum Energetics
> Healings as her schtick.
> She even has "private
> sessions" and people
> can become "certified"
> for $1,250.
> Leanne wrote:
> I found the website oon sacred
> activations in case anyone wanted
> to try them. I will in about a week.
> Prometheus wrote:
> It seems Klemp is grabbing
> at straws to find some speck
> of "wisdom" to impart upon
> his flock of brain-washed
> and gullible wannabe followers.
> In this March 2013 issue of
> The Mystic World of Eckankar
> Klemp's front page article
> spins three average stories
> in order to create a "spiritual"
> message from the ECK.
> I find it interesting, still, that
> Klemp continues to use "but"
> when years ago he quoted Kant
> and told H.I.s to avoid using
> this word, especially, with one
> another. He said its use rescinded
> what was previously said and
> was a nail in the coffin of invention.
> The three stories come from
> a Nigerian (of course), a Canadian,
> and a U.S. woman. And, all three,
> supposedly, show the workings
> of the Holy Spirit in everyday
> life. "BUT they often go unnoticed."
> Okay, Jacob, the Nigerian, had done
> some work for a corrupt government
> agency (In Nigeria? Amazing!) "BUT
> pay for his work was slow in coming."
> "The unimaginable happened a
> few days later." Curious, but how
> would this be "unimaginable" when
> Eckists are supposed to be working
> with their imaginations? Anywho,
> there was a massive shake up and
> the corrupt officials were removed.
> "Time had passed, BUT still Jacob
> awaits his payment." He confesses
> and admits to the sin of "smugness"
> and in "being a channel for the
> changes that took place." Odd that
> the positive EK obeys the negative
> power of ego? "Where was the humility?
> Yet Jacob will be made right when
> that lesson sinks in."
> Thus, Klemp is saying that EKists
> don't have to be Positive channels
> for the EK to work. What about the
> Mahanta? Anyway, it's stupid story!
> Next comes the Canadian who's
> on her vacation in a foreign country.
> BTW- Three years earlier "Mary"
> asked the Mahanta to help her
> stop drinking coffee. She "sensed"
> that it might be harmful to her
> Once again, the "Principle of
> the Threes" is being showcased.
> Apparently Klemp is promoting
> the impression that he (the Mahanta)
> will get around to Eckists' requests
> all in good time (times three?),
> so keep the faith and don't lose
> hope... Amen!
> So, anyway, Mary who's wanted
> to stop drinking coffee due to
> what she considers as the harmful
> effects of caffeine gets a "nudge"
> while at a store to buy an Energy
> Drink because it listed that it contained
> a bunch of vitamins.
> Are most Eckists this oblivious and/
> or dimwitted? BTW-That was a rhetorical
> question. Plus, she followed a "nudge"
> to buy it! Aren't Eckists supposed to
> be following their "nudges" seeing as
> how the Mahanta is guiding them and
> the "ECK" is lighting the way?
> Guess what happens after "Mary"
> has "three" cups of coffee and then
> follows her nudge to have an energy
> drink ultra high in caffeine?
> "Mary went to the pool. There, she
> began to feel queazy, BUT the feeling
> would surely pass." Yes, heart palpitations
> and a freak out! Not to worry, though,
> a doctor was nearby and quickly diagnosed
> her problem and had her drink lots
> of water and lie down.
> It was Klemp, the Mahanta, helping
> Mary via a negative frightful experience
> to give up her addiction to coffee/caffeine.
> Apparently, Mary never learned to
> look for caffeine on an ingredients
> label nor learned to do all things in
> moderation. It's not that caffeine is
> harmful and should be given up, it's
> the dosage. Once again, Klemp misses
> the mark in, yet, another silly analysis
> promoting his propaganda.
> Yes, "The hand of the Master was
> apparent here, even three years
> after her request for help in over-
> coming this dependency on caffeine."
> The last story stupid story involves
> birds and how they, and all animals,
> will communicate with Eckists because
> they recognize that EKists are their
> angels. Just kidding. That last part
> was mine, however, I'm sure this
> belief isn't far from their imaginations
> and their egomaniac delusions.
> The mother bird flew up to the
> feeder, but its feeding tray was
> empty so she used her beak to
> pry up the lid, hopped in and when
> the lid came down she was trapped.
> the mother bird chattered to her
> "chicks" (fledglings) for help. They
> saw "Carol" through a window and
> went to her for help and flew at the
> window to gain her attention. Carol
> saw that the mother bird was trapped
> so she went outside and freed her.
> "The lesson borne by all three
> stories is that divine love and
> INTELLIGENCE--the ECK--is
> always at work among us. Look
> for Its dealings."
> It's too bad that Mary didn't use
> some "intelligence" and see that
> an "Energy Drink" contained about
> the equivalency of 10 cups of
> coffee or have the common sense
> to know that it would be bad for
> her. However, she did follow her
> "nudge" and that didn't require
> common sense nor intelligence.
> It only required blind faith. Thus,
> Klemp's message should be is
> that nudges that lead to negative
> events, in the long run, can have
> positive results. Or, be careful
> what you wish for. Either way,
> it will always be a win/win for