Re: Digest Number 420
- --- In email@example.com, "mlcanow" <mlcanow@y...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "satkartar7"dear Maria Luisa, what an uplifting
> <mi_nok@y...> wrote:
> > Maria Luisa:
> > from which I arises, and is sustained via that trauma we call
> > mind. The I that gets related, involved and identified, in such a
> > way that the ONE from where it arises is temporarily forgotten.
> > The
> > ONE that is for ever and from ever sustaining it, the ONE that
> > manifestation and experience of all this possible.
> > Karta: your definition made me laugh
> > "that trauma we call mind" lol
> > i called my mind the devil but "trauma"
> > now this is original <grin>
> > -----much love to you,
> > Karta
> Hi Karta,
> it is very comic, but the word 'trauma' came from you, as everything
> else does (you see?), and indeed it is an originality that arose
> from YOU. (You did it, and you recreated on it, laughed at it, you
> created your own world and experience). I wrote 'trama', which is
> one of the meanings in spanish for 'net'. But now i like trauma,
> surely mind is a trauma but only when it is felt as traumatic. In
> reality it is not so terrible, it's only an instrument.
> Don't vote for 'me', but for what is said if it resonates within
> you. Persons are nice to meet, to share, to live with, to help, etc.
> But when we are pointing seriously to the Truth that we are all
> seeking, the person is meant to disappear, at least for a moment, a
> brief instant, for this truth to be revealed. Afterwards,
> the 'person' whom from then on will know its transient being (a
> renewed or reborn person) will not be 'traumatized' any more, for
> this One knows eternity.
> that love you feel is You
and enlightening way you turn words
back onto me.
Thaks for your wise input. Isn't
language a riot? the way you came
to 'nick' the mind as "trauma" is do
to your knowledge of the Spanish
Your mirroring sure is more loving
than "you are the problem" rhetoric
------we are not two, love,