As always, in all ways, Ganga is perfectly right. And Tony has shown
his usual meditative sophistication as well. I have posted a new file
Titled IT9-pg27.pdf, "Pleasant Meditation Distraction Traps" to our
File section that deals with this bliss-full "problem". It is from
the new issue of The Inner Traveler, which will be available for
download to our members and subscribers some time tonight. I hope it
is beneficial to all who are focusing their meditation on ecstatic
moments instead of finding the peace within that is ever-present.
Peace and blessings,
"Tony" <tosime@b...> wrote:
> Thanks G,
> The attraction of the waves of bliss have been a major concern for
me. I stopped meditating for several months this year to help me
overcome my attachment to the waves. I hope I have reached the stage
where having or not having waves does not significantly influence my
assessment of my meditation.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: G [mailto:crystalkundalini@h...]
> Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 4:41 AM
> To: meditationsocietyofamerica@y...
> Subject: [Meditation Society of America] Re: FW: Journal Entry -
> 30 - tosime
> Namaste -
> To still the mind do OM.... and be willing to transcend the
> Bliss ... This is one in which many get stuck... Bliss feels so
great that people want to cling to it... even this must be let go of
to enter into Self-Realization...
> Shanti om ..g..