Re: Theos-World Re: 7-years test for discipleship
Dec 31, 2007 08:20 AM
Good comments all ! And how about our attitude, our motivation? How
about whether or not we are consciously grateful for what we are
given to eat and drink, to sustain our life, whether it be meat or
vegetables or grains, water or wine or anything, all conscious life
forms that essentially sacrifice themselves so that we may have life.
What do we do with that life? How do we use that vital energy? Do we
honor the conscious act that sustains us or do we notice it at all?
Perhaps our attitude is more important than what it is, in the long
On 31 Dec 2007 at 15:37, Marko Manninen wrote:
> > And what is in the air on earth????? Much more things bader than
> > smoking,drinking or eating meat.
> > We need to resist ALL.
> > If you go from here to Tibet, you will have troubles for the 5000m
> > high-air for you have not learned the special lung gom breathing
> Thats a good continuation of the topic, i think. On air and any food we eat and our body
> uses, chops ie. eats other life forms, consciousness or not. And how about the other
> chemical dose we get from sugar, sex, sport activities,... i mean what is the perfectness,
> that is required for chelaship in physical, psychological or spiritual sense?
> Maybe its really not the molecules in our body in first sense, but how we react them
> mentally or spiritually. If our spirit is strong, we dont get stressed over external
> circumstances... but still, being guru, or discipline or just a random wanderer in a world,
> we are all called for a perfection, IMHO.
> And have a nice change of the Year to all of you! Let the new One be teaching and full of
> joy and completeness.
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