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Date Posted: 12:58
Author: anil nerode - 20 Aug 2002
Subject: Re: Please Show Respect
In reply to: Kolmogorov-20Aug02 's message, "Re: Please Show Respect" on 12:57

Yes indeed, I have kept up my Yoga training all these years. I acquired a much wider background over the years than Kriya supplies, primarily from Tibetan and other Buddhistic practices. I regard myself as in the category of householder Yogis, those who do not wish to take on Yoga students, even tho taking on students is the best way to perfect your own attainments. Teaching is the best way to attain a high level in other disciplines. For instance I have taken on many graduate students in Mathematics, and produced 43 Ph.D's and helped them along to their attainments. You would be surprised at how similar the activities in mathematical research and in Yoga are-solitude, intense concentration, meditation on the absolute rather than the fleeting. Also the Yoga training meant that when I got caught up in an idea, I could work continuously for several days using the breathing exercises, instead of breaking for sleep and having to get back to the same state every day on wakening. I hope this answers your question. I advocate this level of Yoga training for everyone, but spritual teachers of depth are few in number and hard to find.

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