> > What do you feel about the TM Siddhi flying program?Dear Mediators, Dear Meditators,
>I think they charge $15,000 to just begin to hop across a room. Why
>that appeals to someone is beyond me, but obviously it has value to
Room hopping or yogic flying is only taught to those
who have utilised the initial mantra/japa meditation.
Maharashi Yogi and his Natural Law Party
(I promised to vote for any candidate who could fly)
introduced a simple meditation that benefited many
and introduced them to a simple practice.
Perhaps if we change the mantra from Indian deities
to something suitable for the US public?
ALL MAH TEE DO LAH
which is an invocation and placation of the
green deity of 'insatiable craving'
> > Just one levitator obtaining $1 million from the Randi FoundationIndeed :-)
> > for a demonstrated Siddhi would fund you happily . . .
>I think Sri Randi could just as well be offering a Billion dollars.
>His money is safe.
>Better physical health benefits alone will make meditation grow inYes in the UK where I am, yoga is mainstream
>acceptance. Where just 15 years ago, I was told by the head of the
>Adult Education Program that offering a meditation course at the local
>Community College was a "quack" thing, we now find oncologists,
>cardiologists, psychiatrists, etc. sending their patients to our
>classes (and many coming themselves too). "Big business" has begun to
>realize that meditators have provable lower health cost statistics
>than their non meditating peers, and it is likely that meditation
>becomes mandatory to learn in many venues. I went through an
>orientation for a new job last fall that did include meditation
>techniques. Of course, I am in the health care field (I'm an RN), and
>it can be expected to be appreciated there first.
and relaxation (corpse posture for eg.),
pranayama and meditation are taught to business executives
> > > > SMS (Stress Management Skills)I have always believed that spiritual centers
> > > > now that has a ring to it
> > > > and that might be a way in to the mainstream?
> > > >
> > >
> > >That's the real deal! There is no more cost effective, or healthier
> > >stress management tool than meditation.
should offer free meditation to members
of government, security personnel and
other high risk groups.
This would tighten up the woolly
new age thinkers and loosen up
the tight asses.
> > What about bio feedback and binaural entraining?Can you meditate in these conditions?
>Excellent methods, but kind of hard to do in "real life'. For
>instance, if you recognize that you're getting uptight while giving a
>business presentation, you can't ask everyone to wait while you get
>out your electronic equipment :-)
Stop pretending you are
one of those woolly new age thinkers . . .
What about trance work.
Breath OUT and r e l a x
Feel better . . .
> > ========You are so right
> > Build your own Buddha
> > http://pages.britishlibrary.net/edjason/elements/
> > Guru Rinpoche
> > http://pages.britishlibrary.net/lobster/buddha/rinpoche.htm
> > LOVE BUDDHA
> > http://tooting.webspace.fish.co.uk/love/
(the fact that I created all the pages
has not effected my new age woolly judgement)
Of course that is my Sacred duty as a non-member of
the Holy Order of the
Rose and nut
Peace, Love and Civil Obedience,
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