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Date Posted: 08:52
Author: Anonymous-31Dec01
Subject: Re: Christmas message from Shibendu Lahiri
In reply to: frank-31Dec01 's message, "Re: Christmas message from Shibendu Lahiri" on 08:51

What do you mean by doublet talk? I have no idea what the meaning of that word is...please elaborate?
For me personally the meaning is that at each stage of unfoldment that we experience in Kriya we are moving from a position of purity, of perfection expressed in one form, to purity, to perfection expressed in another form.
It harks back to that ancient mantra uttered in the vedas (Im not exactly sure of the wording but the gist of it is) that everything is always perfect and pure even when it appears not to be.
Can anyone tell me the one Im referring to? I have a copy of it somewhere, its a really popular one.
I feel that statement expresses perfectly the attitude of the kriya yogi which is not to judge or seek narrowly to encapsulate merely with limited understanding any aspect of his inner movement toward the Infinite, but merely to experience fully and in a spirit of pure innocence, each step of his journey Home.

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