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2985[Meditation Society of America] Re: stream of consciousness......

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  • dan330033 <dan330033@yahoo.com>
    Jan 31, 2003
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      Don't look into this.

      It isn't looking for you to look into it.

      There's nothing to get out of it.

      If you look into it, you'll be sorry.

      Don't say I didn't warn you.

      -- Dan

      --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, "Melody"
      <melodyande@c...> wrote:
      >
      >
      > >IT's about how I am percieving many of the members of this group
      > (not all,) and in this group specifically rather than in the 3-d
      > world or in other groups, and that's why I put it here. You and
      they
      > look like fundamentalist nothingists. It is a dream about what part
      > of me I'd choose to steer clear of. But, of course, I didn't steer
      > clear, and that means I want to confront people like you because
      > something in me started to gell and be automatic, which is the way
      > you are to me, so I can get you out of my system and move on.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > I appreciate what you write here very much.
      >
      > And to say it here, as you have, really speaks volumes about you.
      >
      >
      > It's funny in a way that lists such as this one....filled with so
      many
      > people saying "you should really look into this".....LOL.....
      >
      > create the very 'atmosphere' that would be the least conducive for
      someone
      > actually doing that. Know what I mean?
      >
      > Somehow, this seems to go largely unnoticed....or ignored....
      > by those doing the 'helping'.
      >
      > Having played that game on both sides of the board,
      >
      > it's been my experience that anyone demonstrating
      > the least bit of willingness to actually 'take a look' at
      themselves....
      >
      > rather than at what 'others' are doing.....and to do so publicly,
      > in the midst of a natural inclination to 'pose' and posture....
      >
      > really has my admiration.
      >
      > It's the easiest thing in the world to be a 'teacher' or
      a 'pointer'.
      >
      > Quite a different story in the willingness to NOT be...if only
      > for a minute.
      >
      > Namaste.
      >
      >
      >
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