Re: Being a Hypocrite
- Do not be afraid to go forth to do your spiritual work, as Arjuna was afraid in the beginning of the Bhagavad Gita, afraid that you will hurt others in the battle. Just let Krishna show you the way, meditating and then following right behavior from that wisdom found by offering up your problems to the light found therein.
Not ego, just the knowledge that what you put out there to teach those of us who do not have a resource about meditation (and those who do) the proper way to do things. The ego actually belongs to the process, not the individual.
Live well, laugh often, love long....every day
--- On Tue, 2/23/10, Papajeff <jeff@...> wrote:
From: Papajeff <jeff@...>
Subject: [Meditation Society of America] Re: Being a Hypocrite/Having a genius
Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2010, 7:15 AMGood job, Bob. Recently heard
that genius was originally
considered something someone
"has" rather than what someone
is...so, meditation brought
you a genius for organizing
and promoting meditation
information at a place called
The Meditation Station.
Ego doesn't get the
credit. Ergo, no hypocrite.
--- In meditationsocietyof america@yahoogro ups.com, medit8ionsociety <no_reply@.. .> wrote:
> Well, after being on a recent "kill the ego"
> posting trip, I now find that Google (at least
> as of 8:57 this morning - these things change
> often) rated our web site, Meditation Station
> http://www.meditati onsociety. com
> as #1 in the world for Meditation. And as you can
> see, here I'm boasting about it. Oh well!
- There is the problem where one thinks they are guided by meditation, but it is really their own ego. If a person meditates and thinks they get an answer to a problem, but the answer is not consistent from session to session, then it is the ego. Also, the behavior to follow, derived from meditation, invariably makes a person grow spiritually and is difficult as it runs counter to the ego. I don't think this was what was bothering Arjuna, but maybe someone could correct me on that if my take runs counter to Hindu beliefs.
--- In email@example.com, "westwindwood2003" <westwindwood2003@...> wrote:
> Do not be afraid to go forth to do your spiritual work, as Arjuna was afraid in the beginning of the Bhagavad Gita, afraid that you will hurt others in the battle. Just let Krishna show you the way, meditating and then following right behavior from that wisdom found by offering up your problems to the light found therein.