Re: no differance ?
- --- In email@example.com, "Jeff Belyea" <jeff@s...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "manjusrilotus"yes, but keep in mind that you belong
> <manjusrilotus@y...> wrote:
> > 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 .
> How sweet the sound
> of clarity.
to the group of selfproclaimed "gurus"
who are polluting the term
oh ! god forgive me!
I know you wil <grin>
> Right on issue,