Re: Dealing With Life: It's all about comfort!
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Onniko" <onniko@y...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "jodyrrr"[snip]
> <jodyrrr@y...> wrote:
> You are right, Jody. Life naturally gravitates towards comfort. ButExactly Onnikoji!
> people often don't. Maybe, people are just trying to unlearn how to
> be unnatural.
Culture sets up little gates and tolls in our lives' flow toward comfort.
Some of these gates may be necessary in certain circumstances, many
more are definitely not.
The problem is that these gates become hooks for identity. We become
the problems we perceive ourselves to have. Unlearning that identity
seems to be the main action of spiritual practice when it happens well
> If you like the study of the mind, Eglaelin, You might try GeorgPatanjali.
> Feuerstein's translation and commentary on "Yoga Sutra" by
> It is the basis of Raja Yoga. It is very systematic and wellformed.
>devi: i have it on order from the library, i've already read about
> Bobby G.
four or five commentaries, most from indian scholors, i'm actually
thinking about offering study groups in my area..