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May they be greatly beneficial for you.
"The Absolute doesn't "need" anything; it's already complete."
"A definite concept of enlightenment has got to be wrong."
"Lack of belief requires belief, otherwise there'd be nothing to lack."
"People with glass dictionaries shouldn't use words."
"Zoroaster died the year that Confucius was born. Buddha, Lao-tze, Mahavira, and Pythagoras were all alive in that year, 551 B.C.E. Can you imagine them all meeting astrally at Zoroaster's deathbed, to plot the future of humanity?"
"There's quite a difference between gurus like Ramana Maharshi, who realize and then find that ashrams spring up around them unbidden, and gurus like , who are on the Guru Career Path, basically just marketing execs who've discovered that inventory management is much easier when you're selling nothing."
"When I was in my early twenties and unhappy with life I tried a variety of counseling professionals. Some were good people, some were messed up head cases, but the only one who ever did me any good was a man who was an M.D. who did pro bono work as a counselor as part of paying for his education in psychology. He used a method called "bioenergetics" based on the work of a guy named Alexander Lowen; we did very little talking about my "issues", instead he just taught me to pay attention to my body and breath, and use some simple techniques to relieve tension. After about six months I felt much better and my life has been improving ever since. This was the right method for me, but I would advise others to find what works for them rather than take my word for anything."
Why am I always hearing "Never say never", but I never hear "Always say always"?
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