Ah, another opportunity to tell you to go fuck yourself, Barry - And so soon!
There is nothing altruistic or learning-oriented about what you do here. You may have conceived this psychology in your attempt at appearing legitimate, in your anger and frustration filled spewage, but anybody can see that, for the pathetic excuse that it is. You are an emotional wreck, with nothing to offer here, except ways to tear just about anything down that isn't you. Talk about an ego trip. And to have you challenge Alex repeatedly, is pathetic. Own your shit, Barry. After all, it isn't anyone else's but yours. And yes, it does stink. Badly. --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, turquoiseb <no_reply@...> wrote: > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Alex Stanley" <j_alexander_stanley@> > wrote: > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, turquoiseb <no_reply@> wrote: > > > > > > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Alex Stanley" > > > <j_alexander_stanley@> wrote: > > > > > > > > I'm referring to Barry being hugely in favor of posting > > > > limits that are, at this point, all about Judy. Which > > > > is not to say that others are not equally focused on Barry. > > > > > > 206 posts' worth this past week, either replying > > > to something I posted, or mentioning me, just from > > > the four core members of the MGC alone. Overall, > > > subtracting the posts *I* made from the total, I'm > > > mentioned or cited in over a third of all posts. > > > > > > I think one could make a case for "focused on." :-) > > > > You seem to be conveniently overlooking that most > > reactivity toward you is in response your own > > reactive/egoic, separation-creating behavior. For > > example, a very common theme of your posts is to > > describe something enjoyable in your life with a > > zinger at the end how TM/FFLers/seekers are bad/wrong. > > And? > > If part of my "goal" were to get TMers or other seekers > who consistently present themselves as "better" than > others to *demonstrate* their own attachments, hatreds, > and reactivity, and thus point out the difference between > their PR and their reality, can you think of a more > effective way to do so? > > WHAT in the post do they focus on? WHAT do they react > to? > > "What you focus on, you become." > > Are you suggesting that they have no *choice* but to > react the way they do? That's not much of a commercial > for the spiritual path, is it? >