Re: [Meditation Society of America] no differance ?
- NamasteYes I agree that the term "Guru" here might, indeed, be the problem. I think one really knows if they are in the presence of an "enlightened" peron. And through the process of "grace" any dualities we feel just drop away.If the term "guru" is used in its original sense, then we would never experience a "me" and "you" concept. But, as everyone has mentioned, the term "guru" is now used by many, many people who are truly not that at all.Sarojini----- Original Message -----From: manjusrilotusSent: Thursday, August 14, 2003 9:58 AMSubject: [Meditation Society of America] no differance ?
therapist - deals with issues
guru - breaks through illusion of self identity
therapist - caught in a mind show
guru - beyond mind
therapist - stuck in the limitational drama trying to make it fit .
guru - no drama remains (drama is illusion)
therapist - schooling by rote
guru - blown out
therapist and guru equal ? not likely unless the guru is a
therapist that thinks psychology and spirituality are the same and
is self proclaiming as a Guru .... a Guru (enlightened) versus a
guru (teacher) may sound the same but are as different as day
and night . the term Guru has become polluted and diminished
by usage as to denote a teacher of rote as well as an
Enlightened One .
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