Re: [Meditation Society of America] Re: #1 Life practice -Karta 2
- --- "satkartar7 <mi_nok@...>" <mi_nok@...>
> there are plenty of activities to choseThis is what one knows, how could one tell you what
> from, and if you say you are a bundle
> of activities, than the best is to
> talk about your own: what you know
> don't ever think that your choice of
> activities are superior to others
> and do not assume why others do
> anything even if it is called 'sadna"
> just because you were exposed to a
> very limited view about what spirituality is
you know? In your idea of assumptions... what
assumptions are being made? No activities are any more
or less of anything any other does, how could it be,
it all is the same thing underneath?
No limits to everything, yet only nothing remains.
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- "tosime" <tosime@b...> wrote:
> Hi Jason,If you look at zero you see nothing, but if you look through it you
> This is quite a coincidence. After your post, the very next post I received
> :-) Nothing is something, and Something is really nothing at all. T'ai Hsu
> the "Great Nothing."
> It came one minute after yours.
> Is there some spiritual significance to "nothing"?
see the world
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jason <munkiman4u@y...> [mailto:munkiman4u@y...]
> Sent: Saturday, March 01, 2003 1:38 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [Meditation Society of America] Top 10 spiritual practices
> No need to thank me :) there is nothing, but everything.
> Peace and Love
> > Hi Jason,
> > Thanks for EVERYTHING...
> > ...Tony
> > Yes, a summary...
> > Everything you have listed equals nothing to do more
> > or less of.
> > You can do meditation, yet you already are doing
> > meditation. You can write and read yahoo groups, yet
> > you already are writing and reading yahoo groups. You
> > can be introspective, yet you already are
> > introspecting. You can live in the now, yet you
> > already are living in the now. You can observe nature,
> > yet everything already is natural. You can teach,
> > study, learn, Yet you already teach, study, and learn.
> > Ahh my favorite, observing children, you already are
> > observing children. My least favorite, attending
> > church, again, you already attend church.
> > This all comes down to a big nothing, a zero. No
> > matter what you do, in your mind, this doing is
> > something you are already doing. There is no doing,
> > yet all is doing. Any words one can express, any doing
> > one does can be flipped to an opposite, I'm not doing
> > this or I'm not saying that. Two opposings cancel
> > there for a zero, nothing. Its a circle of opposing
> > factors which is the summary of all things, a zero, a
> > huge never ending, never begining circle. You don't
> > exist, yet you exists in the mind :)
> > Peace and Love
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- Jason Fishman <munkiman4u@y...> wrote:
Another example, you have all this great
> knowledge then one day your mind goes blank (such asWHY? why would i think about such things
> amnesia or altzimers disease does over time) what do
> YOU have left? Does that mean all those things you
> experienced and knowledge you gained never happened?
> How would you know? You can't do them over. Think
> about that, if you will.
> This is everything, how muchOne can dare to be real
> broader view can one have?
>You Jason are a philosopher <smiles>
> Of course, These are all parts of you which is
> everything. This does not desribe HOW phenomena happen
> in exsistance. This is something to KNOW. If all of
> the earth was wiped out where only the soil and water
> remained, did your knowledge go anywhere? Do you feel
> you take something with you when death comes? How can
> you? Everything you have is stored in memory, is in
> mind, do you take mind with you? Once your gone, you
> will take nothing more then what you came in with,
> which is nothing more then everything.
> Yes, phase one, phase two, phase ten million, all the
> same thing, amounts to everything, which is already
> what you have.
> One can decide they are nooh! this obsession with the *search*
> longer searching, but there is always knowledge to
> gain, experiences to experience, all of which are the
> same activity of existance.
> This is theok Jason, i will keep in mind your
> heart of the matter, yet even when stepped back in
> witness stance, this leads to the same truth.
> (no-existance) is everything.
> Yup, all experiences exist in the mind, all will be
> gone in the blink of an eye. Whats left? Nothing :)
advice, that to 'search' is the
wrong activity and the notion of
the 'nothing' the later Gene's way
looking at the zero...
i am not a philosopher, ALL I
WANTED TO SAY is that: At times
when i dare to exist between nowhere
and somewhere between no ID and
a transient one to use what makes
me tick is getting into the *zone*
what is easy with sadna yoga and
meditation as i belive, that through
yoga practice consciousness can be
raised. And with higher
consciousness there IS [must be and
there is NOOOOO way around this]
a refinement of character an upgrade
in the ethics of action and yes!
an upgrade in *understanding* these
are biproducts of sadna
Jason, i am glad; that what makes
you tick is not trolling the
*spiritual* as in: SPIRITUAL lists
with knocking meditation and yoga,
or what ever is listed as the aim
of the club is: and trying to
recruit normal people to some funny
farm boot-camp to be insulted
because i am fead up with that
> Peace and love to you Karta