4772Top 10 spiritual practices -Jason
- Feb 28, 2003Hi Jason,
This is quite a coincidence. After your post, the very next post I received
:-) Nothing is something, and Something is really nothing at all. T'ai Hsu
the "Great Nothing."
It came one minute after yours.
Is there some spiritual significance to "nothing"?
From: Jason <munkiman4u@...> [mailto:munkiman4u@...]
Sent: Saturday, March 01, 2003 1:38 AM
Subject: Re: [Meditation Society of America] Top 10 spiritual practices
No need to thank me :) there is nothing, but everything.
Peace and Love
> Hi Jason,http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
> Thanks for EVERYTHING...
> Yes, a summary...
> Everything you have listed equals nothing to do more
> or less of.
> You can do meditation, yet you already are doing
> meditation. You can write and read yahoo groups, yet
> you already are writing and reading yahoo groups. You
> can be introspective, yet you already are
> introspecting. You can live in the now, yet you
> already are living in the now. You can observe nature,
> yet everything already is natural. You can teach,
> study, learn, Yet you already teach, study, and learn.
> Ahh my favorite, observing children, you already are
> observing children. My least favorite, attending
> church, again, you already attend church.
> This all comes down to a big nothing, a zero. No
> matter what you do, in your mind, this doing is
> something you are already doing. There is no doing,
> yet all is doing. Any words one can express, any doing
> one does can be flipped to an opposite, I'm not doing
> this or I'm not saying that. Two opposings cancel
> there for a zero, nothing. Its a circle of opposing
> factors which is the summary of all things, a zero, a
> huge never ending, never begining circle. You don't
> exist, yet you exists in the mind :)
> Peace and Love
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