- Hi Ramon,
Nice to hear from you again. Thanks for your wisdom.
Anything new in your meditation? Have you reached new levels of bliss?
From: Ramon Sender [mailto:rabar@...]
Sent: Monday, December 30, 2002 6:24 PM
Subject: Re: [Meditation Society of America] Digest Number 256
Our inimitiable Judi wrote:
>******* I pop in from time to time eitherpompeisity. :-)
>t.o share some stuff that I like, or if a case arises, to pummel a little
Pompei-sity -- is that when you cover yourself with volcanic ash and turn
I think Judi likes to pop in here and stir up a witch's brew. Hm, a 'which's
Bottom line for me, Merela (and I have enjoyed the sincerity of your
is that there are two ways OUT:
1: the big YES
2: the big NO
The big YES is the awakening to the fact that you are everything everywhere
all the time in the NOW that stretches without dimensions and encompasses
even the BEYOND. This is the GENTLE path. The path of self-realization.
If this does not work for you, then the big NO, called in yoga 'NETI, NETI,"
(not this, not that), is the other path . This is the HARSH path of
self-denial, and is celebrated by various well-known religions.
Life's lessons offer us both constantly. Frequently the opportunity to
all and everything comes first. If we don't take it, then life usually
the lesson in a more painful manner. As mentioned earlier, pain indeed is a
teacher. But then so is ecstasy. Having experienced both in depth, I prefer
the latter. Ultimately there is a stage of experience where they merge.
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