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Again, much Light in your answer, Brother ED. I won't pursue the brother-in-training stuff, but yes you say many wise things. Continue,continue. May higher Truths guide your Heart and bless your life.
Yes, it is better to remain steadfast on the path. I think maybe we learn through trial and error, that enticing shapes and so on, are really just that - shapes that won't last. We have to see beyond.
You show great understanding. Do you meditate?
I try manatita. I tend to do simple yoga followed by some meditation. With children and wife I cling onto secular life... just. Something else has always called me. I'd probably enjoy reading your book.
Yes, Electro. You seem wise. Sri Chinmoy accepts both married and single souls. Purity is so important that there is a whole chapter on it in my book. I can send you the manuscript or the chapter or try Amazon: My Guru, Sri Chinmoy. Life And Teachi
Seems reasonable, Dee, but it's the other way around. Lust for lust sake from the brutish realm, seems to produce more. Your ideas are commendable.
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Thanks Ruby. So you think it has a role or purpose then? Fair to say?
Madan but as far as I know Tantra is forbidden and it is lost knowledge. According to my knowledge in ancient India tantra was forbidden and secretly practised.
Yes, Madam, but
modern Yoga or let's say the current crop of realised souls do not recommend Tantra. For one thing it is misunderstood and secondly highly dangerous for the sincere seeker.
Is this the GOD of Abraham, Issac & Jacob? THE "Creator?" What are you guys doing?
What book has as many "accurate" fulfilled prophecies as Bible written BEFORE Bible? Why then "Have another god before HIM" (Ex 20:3)?
Dwight, God! You're quick bro. Why do you think so? Rationale?
Flesh <, ==,
Dwight, you're interesting Bro. Good at maths? or wise, perhaps, for one so young. (smile)
I meant to say
Flesh <, ==, < spirit
Amen Dwight! "Flesh <, ==, < spirit" TRUTH!
"For he that is married careth for the things that are of the world, how he may please his wife" (I Cor 7:33)!
Nineteen? Tremendous understanding for one so young. I like that. Yoga philosophy does not give the freedom to ignore it, but encourages a life of self-control, a rather 'slow and steady wins the race' approach for those who are not yet fully in tune