The Real Ones

I had a very brief email exchange with someone who also grokked the delusion of enlightenment. We exchanged a couple of emails, that is all, because there was really nothing to say, just like in Jed's analogy of vampires or butterflies who have nothing to say to one another upon meeting. I have to note … Continue reading The Real Ones

Whack-A-Monkey Emails

I guess I am a bad bad human monkey for writing 'bad' emails like the one below. BAAAD.It was prompted by a gazillion emails from the person, mostly not making any sense whatsoever, and flooding my inbox with tantrums akin to a little boy in the playground. Yet, the man is fully educated, physically grown-up, … Continue reading Whack-A-Monkey Emails

The Problem Is Not Money.. The Problem Is No Money

MONEY!!!!! Someone sent me a long email, the extract of which is below. I will reply to the 'money' portion of it and will leave the rest for the email response. **************************************** "I’m unable – after many years of thinking, acting, trying to live with it and without it – to disprove the need for … Continue reading The Problem Is Not Money.. The Problem Is No Money

Jed Talks 2: A Medley Of Real And Unreal

The book is a thoroughly cooked medley of spiritual abstractions AND a solid grasp of the real. 'Jed' is also somewhat fixated on medical issues, and no wonder: mid-fifties and over is the time when the arrogance of the young body has been ripped to shreds with the first onset of physical decline. It is … Continue reading Jed Talks 2: A Medley Of Real And Unreal

Forget Another’s Words: Own Insight Takes The Biscuit

I had a number of emails from someone young whose mind hasn't yet calcified to the point where prising it open becomes a torturous and painful for them process. This young person has just realised something I brought up many times here on EM: "The world we experience is an illusion and a dream in … Continue reading Forget Another’s Words: Own Insight Takes The Biscuit

How To Be Frank, Part 2

After the 'Marina' conversations Frank and YBS progressed to skype. This was the point at which I realised that Frank stopped being upfront. We had a FB conversation in the course of a week where I stated that, and Frank didn't like it much. There were many more interactions prior to that, both on FB … Continue reading How To Be Frank, Part 2