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
Well, ladies and gentlemen.. you know those films about a born genius who seems to be shunned by the masses at first, but he/she overcomes the little handicaps of own brilliance and initial rejection and triumphs, with the previously sniggering crowds suddenly falling at the feet of the newly-established and proven talent? OK, let's see... … Continue reading Ode To Mediocrity
Someone shared with me a few fears, and I suggested they look at the Mother of all fears - Fear of Death. Fear of Death is that 'no self' fear, but most folks tend to take it literally - no self as in now, in this life. Well, it is simpler. In death no 'you' … Continue reading Mother Of All Fears – No You
I find it ironic that the Jed McKenna books are supposed to point to Truth, and yet, everything around them is mired in deception. No author's name. A fictitious account of events that only vaguely reflects factual reality, but looks as an autobiography. No company address for Wisefool Press, with numerous PO boxes and disposable … Continue reading All These Teachers… Where’s Truth?
In "Enlightenment: The Damnedest Thing" 'Jed' character once speaks to his audience in the house with the following: "All right, you got me. I spend a lot of time just killing time. I play video games, read books, watch movies. I'd say I probably blow several hours a day that way, but I don't see … Continue reading Curiosity Drives All (Even Jed McKenna)
I once expressed it somewhere that the modern day phenomenon of spiritual 'search', in the way it takes place in attending satsangs, in reading books, in involved online exchanges, in following this 'guru' or that 'guru', in banding up together into little communities - is the endeavour of the privileged and the well-fed. The hungry … Continue reading Seeking Is Endeavour Of The Privileged