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
Below is a reply to the last comment by Trashbox, which touched upon a few interesting points. https://enlightenmentmyth.com/2018/07/31/all-these-teachers-wheres-truth/#comment-1037 If you asked me the same question (How am I not a prey?), my answer would be – I was very close to becoming prey. If by ‘undercovered’ aspect in the story you mean my personal investment … Continue reading On Ice Giants And Being Prey
"I will take leave of you" Richard Rose The author of McKenna books has been wise in wanting to have absolutely nothing up close and personal with his readership: no exchanges or correspondence, no forums, discussions, blog writings, no question/answer sessions, skype, Facebook groups, interviews... zilch, zero, naught, nil, nada. Nothing. It is the most … Continue reading “I will Take Leave Of 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?
“There is no such thing as enlightenment. The full appreciation of that fact is, itself, enlightenment.” Nisargadatta (that guy who no one really listens to, but thousands 'follow') Not there yet? Repackaging 'enlightenment' in a way accessible to modern day humans (what 'Jed McKenna' has done with a degree of success) will continue to lead … Continue reading Niz, Lin, Jed – On Enlightenment Absence
Those who dabbled in spiritual matters know this expression only too well: 'If you meet the Buddha on the road, kill him'. I've seen various interpretations, but most zoom in on the fact that people encounter something or someone, learn a life lesson from that and move on, further and beyond. However, the true reality … Continue reading If You Meet The Buddha