Ariel wrote:Makes me wonder if Christians would even recognize Jesus or his message in the first place if he did come back again for the second coming.
Ariel wrote:Basically the familiar non-abiding glimpses.
Ariel wrote:Actually, now that this is being written, it makes so much more sense why teachers suggest not to get too caught up in the siddhis and phenomena. It's not that there's anything bad or wrong with them in any way whatsoever. It's just that as fun as they can be, they can actually become a sort of detour along the path that slows one's progress.
CaterpillarWoman wrote:I love how writing things down can bring them into clarity. It doesn't work as well when I write for strictly private reading, because I tend to jot down notes instead of really taking the time to write clearly, as if it's going to be read by someone other than me. This is part of why I like boards such as this one.
CaterpillarWoman wrote:Anyway, I'm starting to get the impression that the "whatever" is actually what it's all about, because it happens when you lose your attachments to this or to that or to some experience as opposed to some other. But, eh, I dunno. And at this point, I don't really care. It unfolds as it unfolds and it is what it is. That seems to be my motto lately: it is what it is. I should put that into Latin or something....
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