3128Re: the dance of attraction and repulsion
- Feb 2, 2003--- In email@example.com, "Melody" <
> This is the kind of dance of
> attraction and repulsion I was
> talking about, Jeff.
> Each is responding based on
> their experience of their
> two 'energetics' bumping
> into each other...are they not?
> If either of them were to stop
> experiencing the other relative
> to herself,
> from whence could any of these
> statements arise:
Yes, a good (bad) example. It is the
movement beyond relativity that frees us.
These are ego dances, as you recognize,
and the flair ups and rooster-fight
posturing will probabaly not win any
Enlightenment frees us, but the ego
rises again in even the most enlightened,
I suspect, with rare, rare, exception.
The paradox of a separate reality in
which only perfection is experienced is
a resolution of separation and an
experience of nonduality. All is well.
Perfect. Just as it is. Awakening to
this and how we express our awakening
is what all of the verbal ping pong,
is about. The dance in the realm of
the ego plays on.
"The flesh (relative, rational mind)
wars with the spirit (the mind of
Christ, the nondual realized state,
beyond relative knowledge, beyond
concept and rational explanation)
as long as we are in these
At the level of a meditaion site, with
many players who have experienced nondual
realization, the game can get heated. But
it's still a game and its as light as a
ping pong ball.
Bob Rose keeps it in perspective by
reminding us that this reflects the
play of consciousness within each
Enjoying life and love,
> >>> thus ends the final communication with judi
> >> ***** You're a real sleeze it turns out, aren't you?
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