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  • --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@^$1, "Nina" wrote: > > > > To this I would say: > > > > > > expand your context, > > > and what you are pointing to as a faltering > > > will not longer be a falter. > > > > > > Nina > > > > > > > > Yes. > > > > The words "as if" could appropriately > > be added to those, or any, observations. > > What do you mean? "As if" one could really falter...
    Melody Feb 3, 2004
  • --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@^$1, "Nina" wrote: > --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@^$2, "melodyande" > wrote: > > >>M: It seems your lucid dream was a good example > > >> of how 2 minds (within the very same person!) > > >> can...
    Melody Feb 3, 2004
  • >>M: It seems your lucid dream was a good example >> of how 2 minds (within the very same person!) >> can not really ever 'know' each other.... >N: That is the paradox, isn't it. Can >mind and no-mind >ever 'know' each other? They do 'meet'. Yes, indeed they do. But they bring such different 'gifts' to the table. Mind can know all about swimming and water, but it will never know...
    melodyande Feb 3, 2004
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  • >> And the question arises, >> >> what place does "discerning the motives of >> others" have in 'Yielding'? >It is 'getting familiar', it is understanding >the underlying questions, so that it may actually >be yielding. A meeting of minds entails that minds >be revealed. I understand the familiarity aspect of it a little differently. Getting familiar is about balancing between...
    melodyande Feb 3, 2004
  • > > > > In this sense, the idea earlier expressed > > about "yielding to gravity", struck me. > > > > > > If Sandeep's response to you about Pavlani > > could be said to have effected a kind of > > 'gravitational pull', > > > > what would a yielding response have > > looked like, in the context of yoga? > > Hi, Melody, this is a good question, because 'yielding' > can be...
    Melody Feb 3, 2004
  • >It is possible to understand the Pallavi discussion as regards yield, push, reach, and pull. One might say that one person was pushing, but another person might feel it as yielding. Who can say for sure?< Hi Nina, My interest doesn't really lie in "for sures". I tend to see threads of concurrent discussions in terms of how they might be woven together. In this sense, the idea...
    melodyande Feb 3, 2004
  • > > What a hilarious thing, to see the workings of two minds > together, and how they 'just don't get each other', despite > 'reason'. Hehe... > > Nina It's a hilarity that could be easily extended to the responses to Sandeep's posting of Pavlani's question. Mind tended to respond with concerns of: >Deception, >manipulations, >modus-operandi, >guilt, >intentions, >canniness...
    melodyande Feb 3, 2004
  • > > > > What would you Nina, like to answer her? > > No, no, you posted the original, please do go first as > regards what you would like to answer her. > > Nina Here....I'll start. Dear Pallavi, The reason why some kids are concerned with flavors of ice cream, while other kids are concerned with surviving can be found within the question itself: the word "other". As long as some...
    Melody Feb 2, 2004
  • >What's the neener-neener level? little kids in the school yard taunting each other yelling "NAna na NAana!!
    Melody Dec 16, 2003
  • > > Sure, it's a nice come-back. Funny. > > Until you consider the implications of > conducting geopolitics at the neener-neener level. > As if that's not what's already happening....
    melodyande@charter.net Dec 16, 2003