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Hi from Spokane - an oldie nowbie

Postby Sighclone » Thu Feb 14, 2008 7:11 am

Having meditated for 34 years using TM, and continually reading metaphysical literature, Zen books, etc., my wife gave me something called "The Power of Now." I thought the title was a little corny, but Oprah is no lightweight and she was doing this huge webcast, so I started reading. By page 20, the final veil was lifting. No way in ten million years did I think I could 'get there.' (or perhaps 'be Here'). And I certainly had not been trying. But I had a big-time thought-stream running 24/7. Final clearing of old regrets and fears took about a week. Had a goofy nightmare about a 'home invasion.' Poor old fella, Mr. Ego False Self died kinda hard.

This is a wonderful site; thanks to all the moderators and members. We are the vanguard, people - the bright radiant leading edge. Our words are important. And very very very few people are aware of what is coming. It will be a while before we hear about it on CNBC. And we can expect some angry pain-bodies to show up. Just before he died last week, Maharishi said "Invincibility is irreversibly established in the world. My work is done. My designated duty to Guru Dev is fulfilled." The train has left the station. Namaste.
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Re: Hi from Spokane - an oldie nowbie

Postby snowheight » Mon Feb 27, 2012 2:53 am

Andy, you are one handsome dude. Thanks for everything man.
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Re: Hi from Spokane - an oldie nowbie

Postby kiki » Mon Feb 27, 2012 6:13 am

Lookin' good, Andy!
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Re: Hi from Spokane - an oldie nowbie

Postby the key master » Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:26 am

Cool to finally put a face with the name SC! Much love bud, and to all the mods, even Larry Froot. You guyz didnt think i knew bout him did ya?
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Re: Hi from Spokane - an oldie nowbie

Postby Sighclone » Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:38 am

Jeepers all these faces! A buncha white guys...little tiny "points of awareness." Yeah LF was great --
I think he even had an avatar photo for a while.

Andy
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Re: Hi from Spokane - an oldie nowbie

Postby the key master » Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:46 am

Sighclone wrote:Jeepers all these faces! A buncha white guys...little tiny "points of awareness." Yeah LF was great --
I think he even had an avatar photo for a while.

Andy


A bunch of effin honkies!
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Re: Hi from Spokane - an oldie nowbie

Postby erict » Fri Mar 09, 2012 11:33 am

Welcome to the forum Sighclone :D
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