>medit8ionsociety <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> "Gene Poole" <gene_poole@q...> wrote:
> > Habitual reference to external
> > 'authority' reveals an essentially
> > submissive personality.
> So submissive is 'bad'? Ok. So let's just
> forget about the "Thy will be done" stuff?
No, it is not bad, but those who
seek external authority _think_
it is bad. Or they should, after
they read this.
> > The flipside of submission is
> > domination; you are a nascent
> > dictator.
> Is a nascent dictator someone with
> BO giving dictation?
No, it is the cuddly authoritarian,
deep in every conditioned person.
> > Realize there are no others
> > to give you advice, dominate
> > you, or for you to submit to.
> So you've never been married, eh?
Heh heh... don't tell my kids!
> > Make your universe as you
> > wish it to be. If you have
> > compassion for yourself,
> > your universe will be lovely.
> So that's the formula. OK I'll
> take Hugh Hefner's life.
Be careful. He has lots of big
tough bodyguards. But on the
upside, prison life is great for
meditation, I hear. Maybe
instead of taking his life, you
could just slap him around a
> > - Ma Hashish Thug Yogi
> LOL! And, admit it - this ain't from no Yogi.
> Fess up - it's from the from the (admitted)
> "Mr Big Meany Bad Guy Gene"
Man... must be all that meditation, that gives
you such powerful, penetrating perception.
Yeah... I am so mean, that... uh...
the sun itself, flees to the other
side of the world, every evening!