Re: Why do I need to pay $2,500 to learn Meditation correctly?
how can _you_ DO meditation?
can my mind order my brain -
in the notorious stubborn German way:
Will my mind bow down to my mind's
order and follow my mind's device:
''Yes Master-Mind, always your servant!''
That means from my experience:
either meditation happens by grace -
otherwise mind forces body into some exercises!
For $2,500, ok, can you expect better results?
The ones, who have paid this money,
will they not be convinced to get IT - worth the prize?
Will these customers enjoy this compassionate elegy?
Please it's parody - you'll get free of charge
- except yur precious time to pay attention:
GoodBye with love, hugs and blessings!
Everybody needs someone, someone to love.
Some love their pet, some love their car,
some love their football-movie-music-star,
but highest love of all is for my God,
who else but my Guru represents God?
Heaven on Earth, what a bliss to bow
down to the feet of the Awakened Ones!
Hallejuha, enlightened Kingdom has come!
My Guru pays attention to my little life
not worthy to breath same air with HIM!
My Guru showers on my life tons of love
my Guru shares HIS blessed air with us!
Yes, years are passing by more quickly,
came alone in life, have to leave it alone,
but meanwhile everybody needs someone,
someone to love, what a drag: a real man
is as hard to find like a real woman
next door and best friends have all
misunderstood my love completly but:
Hosiannah, Hallelujah, my Guru has
mercy, ultimate love and acceptance,
higly qualified to see through my masks
lights up my white-light aura with bliss!
With my Gurus touch all pain fades away,
eternally filled with ecstasy trembling
one inch below the navel me forcing down
on my knees, tears in my eyes and the
heart beats: Bum, Bum, my Guru inside,
me in my Guru like Russian puppets
together connected to Eternity,
Hallelujah, White Light Bliss!
Help, handle over some napkins,
just in these tears of happiness
my pee is running down my legs
in ultimate relaxation, Hallelujah,
my Guru has come, come to meee!
We all know, donations are not part
of our Western Culture and not yet
known in E-Mail-Guru-Groups but,
when you feel touched, share
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For blessings focussed on you personally
your picture is absolutly necassary.
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Deutsch ist auch willkomm! AMEN
The best way to learn about meditation is not from books, CD's, or
even from classes or personal instruction. It is by meditating. Our
site has dozens of techniques that are $2500 cheaper (free) then the
TM method. They teach mantra techniques and, in a way, sell you a
word to say over and over. The mantra which has been well accepted
for thousands of years and by millions of people as the "best" is OM.
At this URL you will find an easy to follw "how-to" about OM:
And if that doesn't suit you well, there are many many more on the
site in the Archive and Meditation Concepts sections that should be
more than you'll ever need to experience first hand what people,
classes, books, etc., can only point to conceptually. And if you have
any questions, this forum is available for clarification.
I feel there is no better thing you can do for your Self than
meditate. I wish you well.
Peace and blessings,
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Vipassana meditation, while based in Buddhism,
is refreshingly free of ideology and myth. It
is very effective in terms of bringing changes
to how we see ourselves and how our minds move
in the world.
- Oh yea, that's one of my favorite approaches.
Though technically not meditation, another approach
I'm appreciating these days is yoga nidra - deep
relaxation, or what is also translated as 'yogic
sleep', a hypnogogic state of mind. I have always
gravitated towards meditation lying down, but had
been told this was not advisable: "you'll fall asleep"
(lol, I thought they were right, because in a sense
I WAS falling asleep!), "your spine has to be upright",
etc. Then one day, I stumbled across a name for what
I had been doing all along by intuitive preference -
yoga nidra. Well, it's been nice to compare with what
others are doing. There is plenty of info and even some
CDs for sale on the web - simply google 'yoga nidra'.
I've been teaching a couple of 'deep relaxation / yoga
nidra' classes for a while now. People love it. I love
leading them. I talk them through several foci/techniques,
then give them something to focus on internally (such as
mental alternate nostril breathing, counted) and then
shut up and let them 'take over'. We usually end class with
15 or so minutes of seated meditation. People tell me they
are much more able to sit in meditation after yoga nidra
and they are amazed by how deeply rested/refreshed they feel.
It is amazing how such a simple practice can radically reset
a person physically, mentally and emotionally. Overall, a
very satisfying way to spend a few hours of my week...
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jodyrrr"
> Vipassana meditation, while based in Buddhism,
> is refreshingly free of ideology and myth. It
> is very effective in terms of bringing changes
> to how we see ourselves and how our minds move
> in the world.