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Date Posted: 07:37
Author: ketch - 16 July 2002
Subject: Re: sharing our experiences
In reply to: seeker - 15 July 2002 's message, "sharing our experiences" on 07:34

I don't think spiritual experiences should be discussed openly, nor should specific problems with the practice of Kriya.

Perhaps some general issues can be discussed.

I have always found one of the more difficult things to be leaving an apprpriate period between eating and practicing Kriya in the evening. Most people here probably work in the day, perhaps getting home at 7pm or later. If you feel obliged to take a meal after getting home from work it may be very difficult to leave sufficient time before practice.

Personally I stopped eating in the evenings altogether when I was working. It is better to take a meal at midday. This is not always practical for many people.

Another difficulty is the disruption to anyone's social life. Many social events seem to revolve around alcohol or eating. In any even it is hard to find time for meditation if you go out till late at night. The yogi must, to some extent be anti-social and something of a loner. This may be a problem for some. This type of problem can be discussed openly here.

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