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- Sat Jun 23, 2007 10:13 pm
- Forum: Spiritual Teachers
- Topic: Origin of the Quest for the Truth
- Replies: 5
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A great Zen Master came to America teaching people to use "don't know soap" on their brains. What is the universe? Don't know. What happens after I die, don't know. What is God? Don't know. Where does the urge for liberation come from? Don't know.
The media frenzy is relentless and the vultures are feeding. She’s young and the weight of the pounding she and her family is receiving for a simple violation of probation is unlike what you and I would ever be exposed too. The price of fame is a double-edged sword which sometimes cuts deep leaving...
Possibly but Eckhart wa one of the people who was attending Barry's workshops in London trying to figure out what had happened to him. Who knows, but it definately makes me want to hear Barry's version.
I just got a audiobook called start meditating now on bit torrent, and it was really good. One thing that I never heard of, and I'm sure Eckhart got the idea for the painbody from Barry. Instead of calling it the painbody, Barry calls it "the Pygmy" the living past in you. Though what I liked about ...
The main difference of Eckharts teaching is rising above thought whereas sherman isnt concerned with that. If you go back to the post called "Knowing the ego is an illusion is not enlightenment" I made a whole post where people find out that they arent the ego and consider themselves enlightened. I ...
I find sherman very dry and he uses the word ego in a different way then Eckhart. He calls consciousness itself "ego" and I can see that even his satsang people get confused. I don't think he is anywhere near Eckhart's teaching ability but thats my opinion.
I know Guy Finley has his own thread, but I just wanna reemphasize how powerful his book "Freedom from the ties that bind" is. He quotes Vernon Howard many times and in my opinion is able to expand a bit more than Vernon. Guy also picked up on how Vernon refered to presence as Supermind, and himself...
- Fri May 11, 2007 11:34 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: quote from Barry Long
- Replies: 11
- Views: 1892
Vpopov81 Wrote: After reading Eckhart, who is the best teacher Ive come across, do you think I need read elsewhere? What do you think? You are your own best guide. No teacher can live for you, and you cannot live in the teachings of awakened ones. Even the best can only offer pointers and context. ...
He is famous for the following sayings "After meals the food you eat will undergo a profound inner change" "Man does not live by bread alone, but when he does, it undergoes such a radical transformation that the flowering of plants, is but a pale comparison" I hope these quotes help you on your jour...