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Re: A Meditation on Spinach

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  • Michael Read
    LOL! Yes indeed, eat the spinach! Vinegar is the irony that the spinach was there all the time... with love, michael
    Message 1 of 9 , Apr 15, 2005
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      LOL!

      Yes indeed, eat the spinach!

      Vinegar is the irony that the spinach was there all the time...

      with love,

      michael


      --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@yahoogroups.com, "Jeff Belyea"
      <jeff@m...> wrote:
      >
      > Thanks, Michael -
      >
      > Would the more authentic
      > spirituality, in your opinion,
      > be more like, "eat your spinach"?
      >
      > The seeker is seeking happiness.
      > Some us choose to speak of that
      > path in sweet language - and we
      > don't worry about getting
      > chocolate in our beards or
      > fear of a big, fat zero
      > rating.
      >
      > The concepts are merely
      > disposable containers
      > for the convenience of
      > communication. They are not
      > expression of that ineffable
      > experience of sudden and
      > startling wisdom known by
      > some as Awakening or
      > Enlightenment.
      >
      > Ramakrishna (a hot topic
      > here, recently) was, by some
      > reports, a Christian, a Hindu
      > and a Buddhist. He saw no
      > differences - only parallels.
      >
      > And, if the seeker of self
      > already knew that he or she
      > was the self (Self)he wouldn't
      > be seeking.
      >
      > But (before enlightenment)
      > we think, therefore,
      > we seek.
      >
      > A little vinegar with
      > that spinach?
      >
      > Best, as always, Michael.
      >
      > Jeff
      >
      >
      > > <jeff@m...> wrote:
      > > >
      > > > A Meditation on God,
      > > > The Father.
      > >
      > > Sorry Jeffji, i gotta give this one a big fat zero.
      > >
      > > way too many concepts...
      > >
      > > it is typical of the "mind candy"
      > > that poses as spirituality,
      > > religion and enlightenment
      > >
      > > as Shri Bobji's Ramdas posts point out
      > > the seeker is searching for self
      > > but the seeker is already self
      > >
      > > be well,
      > >
      > > michael
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