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Re: [Meditation Society of America] The OK Corral

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  • Jeff Belyea <jeff@mindgoal.com>
    Mirela - Asking questions is part of the purpose of this group as I read it. We all benefit from the exploration of consciousness, so please keep up the
    Message 1 of 6 , Dec 31, 2002
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      Mirela -

      Asking questions is
      part of the purpose
      of this group as I
      read it. We all
      benefit from the
      exploration of
      consciousness, so
      please keep up the
      questions. And...

      Choose joy.

      In joy and understanding
      there is clarity and
      decisive, unencumbered
      action. Joy is not
      inactive and unaware
      or unconcerned. Joy is
      much better than that.
      Joy brings unshakable
      self-confidence, trust
      in your own judgment
      and the beautiful,
      graceful spontaneity
      of a child. Joy is
      not selfish, it is
      caring and kind and
      wise. Choose joy.

      The peaceful quiet
      of meditation opens
      the door to the real
      experience of joy -
      a fullness of joy
      that sees the entire
      world as if for the
      first time in every
      new moment, sees the
      love and goodness in
      everyone, delights in
      a sunrise, a smile,
      a hug. Bring joy
      to the world, Mirela.
      There's already
      enough pain.

      I wish you peace
      and love and joy
      and understanding
      in the new year,
      and in every new
      moment.

      Love,

      Jeff
    • Judi Rhodes
      Dear Mirela, Actually, asking questions in the way that you do is a form of meditation (Jnana Yoga). It is analagous to the method where you ask yourself Who
      Message 2 of 6 , Dec 31, 2002
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        Dear Mirela,
        Actually, asking questions in the way that you do is a form of
        meditation (Jnana Yoga). It is analagous to the method where you ask
        yourself "Who am I"? The best way to learn about meditation is by
        meditating. In the 21st Century, millions of people now meditate in
        front of their computer screens instead of in front of an alter. When
        you start getting responses from such enlightened people as Ganga,
        Jeff, Ramon, Judi, Michael, Tony

        ********* Bob, I'll thank you not to include me their "esteemed" (sic) company.

        Judi




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