12772Re: Crossing over?
- Mar 4, 2004--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jodyrrr" <jodyrrr@y...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, acra@h... wrote:or can be looked at as other realities
> > I am not sure if everyone/anyone believes in this but I am to
> > understand that meditation helps one cross over into other relms. Can
> > anyone shed any light on that? Thanks in advance.
> If you want to waste your time chasing castles in the sky, then
> there are various meditation practices that will help you find them.
> However, these forays into other realms are simply forays into more
> delusion. You are trading the delusion of being an individual in
> this realm with that of being an individual in another. What's worse,
> the mind can make up whatever it wants in these realms and then
> generate these "realities" as so-called truth. This is in effect creating
> your own path of illusion and then pulling yourself along it into ever-
> increasing depths of delusion.
> The plain and simple fact, one that is quite commonly overlooked in
> the search for exotic experience, is that who you are and what you are
> looking for are always right here, closer than your own breath, in
> your own heart, completely outside of any realm whatsoever.
> You don't need to go anywhere else except right here, right now
> to find yourself. In fact, that is the only place you *can* find
> yourself. All you'll find in the other realms is more of the same
> bullshit you find in this one, only less solid and more illusory.
of ourselves with an opened mind
the Surat Shabd Yoga Meditation site
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