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  • Jerry Katz
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      #4955 - Sunday, June 23, 2013 - Editor: Jerry Katz

      The Nonduality Highlights http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NDhighlights


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      Here are some exchanges and posts from Nonduality Salon.


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      The headless roach in us.

      Posted by: "Pete" cerosoul

      A headless roach can move its legs, it can walk
      in circles for quite a while. Some people, who
      have, or think they have achieved freedom
      from entification, can behave, sometimes, like a
      headless roach.

      Even when a brain is free from the delusion of being
      an entity, the mechanisms which protected that
      delusion are still there, and will spring into action
      automatically.

      Unfortunately, these headless roach mechanisms
      are never completely inactivated because
      they are needed for the survival of the body.

      The most we can hope for, is that alertness
      not to let them run amock at the service of
      beliefs, self images, pride, and the need for victory.

      It's OK to be defeated, it's OK to be wrong,
      It's even OK to be a headless roach once in
      a while.

      It's very amusing to spot a headless roach, even
      more so, in front of a mirror.

      Pete

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      Re: The headless roach in us.

      Posted by: "Peter" houzland

      T: Hello Pete.

      The best remedy in such cases is Permethrin 2.79g/kg
      with a touch of Imiprothrin 0.15g/kg. in the form of a spray.

      Amock behaviour is usually extinguished withint minutes regardless of
      delusions or mechanisms or mirrors of any sort.

      Tboni

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      Emily Dickinson

      Posted by: "Bill Rishel" billrishel

      The Infinite a sudden guest
      Has been assumed to be,
      But how can that stupendous come
      Which never went away?

      - Emily Dickinson