Re: About the so-called "dangers" of pranayama
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Nina"
> > > > BTW, I question the statement that implies that meditatorsNina:
> are "so
> > > > busy convincing themselves that physical discomfort was all in
> > > > imagination". We have many oncologists, neurologists,
> > > > psychiatrists, GP's, etc attending and sending their patients
> to our
> > > > classes, so as to be better able to deal with their physical
> > > > discomforts. There is no 'bodily dis-ease is all in the mind'
> > > attitude
> > > > prevelant in any of our, or in most meditation classes I know
> > >
> > > There was in your posts.Bob:
> > If you read apples when we intended to offer oranges, so be it.Nina:
> If you intended oranges and wrote apples,snip
> should I accept responsibility for miscommunication?
> By the way, who is "we"?
> > >Nina, FYI, this was one of the much loved and recently departed Bob
> > > Nina
Eck's favorite sayings, IE:
"Hey, we're talking apples here, and you're hearing oranges!" Maybe
this saying is just a Philly cliche, but unfortunatly, your
defensiveness is universal.
Peace and blessings,
> Nina, FYI, this was one of the much loved and recently departed BobLOL, you say defensive, I say dismissive,
> Eck's favorite sayings, IE:
> "Hey, we're talking apples here, and you're hearing oranges!" Maybe
> this saying is just a Philly cliche, but unfortunatly, your
> defensiveness is universal.
> Peace and blessings,
you say facetious, I say capricious,
let's call the whole thing off!
Or something like that. Maybe they were saying tomatoes
instead of apples or oranges. It's still all fruit to me.
well-versed in the art of name-calling,