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Date Posted: 07:56
Author: visitor - 11 June 2002
Subject: Re: ???
In reply to: norman - 11 June 2002 's message, "Re: ???" on 07:55

I was referring to the one posting as Haplo...If that is you my friend I am sorry. Its not that you or anyone else is an animal. That particular analogy comes from a famous saying of Kabir about the man of God being like one who is seated on an elephant while those plagued by intellectual doubt and scepticism resemble dogs who bark at him. Truth is often despised by those whose ego is too great to follow the quest for truth in a spirit of humility. Its like the many pundits who learn the scriptures and seek to judge from their narrow intellectual perspective those who actually experience their essence. I say, in regard to anything to do with the validity of a particular kriya approach or a kriya teacher, intuitively seek the answers from God. Pray for guidance on the matter and keep your mind open to the possibility, however remote it may seem to your intellect, that it is a genuine and divinely sanctioned path. Harsh and obsessive criticism of a particular group or teacher based on judgements formed by an imperfect discrimination is unwarranted and damages the spiritual growth of the one who is criticizing. Did Jesus or any master attain greatness by concentrating on what is not a true path instead of following single-pointedly and with great humility the path that they had placed their feet upon?

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