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Thursday, September 19, 2002

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  • Jerry Katz
    #1202 - Thursday, September 19, 2002 - Editor: Jerry - Home: AL LARUS from NDS [Image] If this all turned out to be a joke,
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 20, 2002
      #1202 - Thursday, September 19, 2002 - Editor: Jerry - Home: <http://nonduality.com/hlhome.htm>

      AL LARUS
      from NDS

      If this all turned out to be
      a joke, a lie, a fantasy
      and every teacher, guru and sage
      said there is nothing here at all
      to find, to see and know.
      the show is off,
      go home.

      Which difference would it make?

      VICKI

      Al...that picture rocks!

      _____________________________________________________________

      AMRITA OSBORNE
      from Daily Dharma

      "Your task is not to seek for love,
      but merely to seek and find
      all of the barriers within yourself
      that you have built against it."

      ~The Course In Miracles

      _____________________________________________________________

      "For the first time in his thirty-year career, Ken
      Wilber is now accepting students, both of integral work
      in general and his work in particular. Ken is looking
      for top-notch student-practitioners in any integral
      field¬óconsciousness studies, psychology, ecology,
      spirituality, feminism, education, medicine, politics,
      business, art."

      <http://www.integralinstitute.org/home.cfm>

      ________________________________________________________________

      JOHN METZGER
      from NDS

      Andrew and Ken

      http://www.andrewcohen.org/andrew/AndrewandKen.asp

      __________________________________________________________________

      SVCS
      from the I Am list

      Kanakammal's Memories of Bhagavan

      Dr. Prakash Adiseshan of Ann Arbor, Michigan has
      translated the  following interesting excerpts from Smt.
      Kanakammal's Tamil book,  Ninaivil Nirainthavai.

      1. Sri Bhagavan was observing the activity of a child,
      who was  pointing out that Sri Bhagavan's head was clean
      shaven and so is  hers, etc. He talked about how
      observant some children are.

      This led Sri Bhagavan to recall an incident about a
      little girl who  used to live in Ramana Nagar. She had
      observed people bringing food  and offering it to Sri
      Bhagavan and then distributing it to the  people in the
      hall. One day she approached Sri Bhagavan hesitatingly,
      and upon asking he found out that she had wrapped a few
      papads in her  dress, having got them from her kitchen
      at home. Sri Bhagavan and the  girl shared the papads.
      The next day she repeated the act by bringing  fruits
      from her garden. After sharing the fruits with her, He
      asked  her if there was a picture of him in their house.
      The girl said that  they had one. Sri Bhagavan asked her
      to henceforth offer the food to  the picture and eat it
      herself and think that he ate it. (from Ch.  29)

      2. An elderly man walked into the hall and upon seeing
      him, Sri  Bhagavan's behavior changed: he appeared to
      behave like an obedient  student. The person who entered
      said, "Bhagavan, please clear all my  doubts."

      Smiling and looking at a devotee nearby, Sri Bhagavan
      replied, "Do  you know who this person is? I came away
      from Madurai unable to  answer his questions. Now he has
      come all the way here with more  questions!" The visitor
      was Sri Bhagavan's Tamil teacher in school.  (from Ch.
      17)

      3. One day a devotee pointed out to Sri Bhagavan that
      someone in the  hall was sleeping. The devotee added
      that he has been watching that  person sleep this way
      for the past few days. Sri Bhagavan looked at  the
      devotee and said. "That person is taking care of the
      purpose for  which he came. How about you? Why have you
      come here?" (from Ch. 19)

      4. Among Sri Bhagavan's attendants was one Vaikunda
      Vaasar (another  name for Vishnu). Once when he was
      lying down in Sri Bhagavan's hall  he noticed a snake
      near him. He became petrified and hastily  approached
      Bhagavan pointing out the snake. Sri Bhagavan looked at
      the snake and said with a laugh, addressing the devotee,
      "Vaikunda  Vaasar, your bed has come looking for you.
      Must be a smooth bed,"  referring to Sri Vishnu's lying
      posture on the snake. (from Ch. 19)

      From the Mountain Path

      Hari Aum !!!

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