on 10/11/05 4:06 PM, Vaj at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> On Oct 11, 2005, at 12:25 PM, Bhairitu wrote:
>> I guess if you are on a right hand path.  It's irrelevant in the left
>> hand path.  However generally most left hand practitioners are "good
>> people" so there is no problem.  As a matter of fact you won't be
>> given
>> the instruction unless you are perceived as a "good person" but
>> there is
>> not a list of rules to follow.
> I forgot to add: even in the non-dual paths one is not free of one's
> actions if one has students. It's interesting that many do not seem
> to "get" interdependence.  You might have the cleanest hard-drive in
> the cosmos, but your best server friend next door is unfragged and
> has many bad sectors--what happens when you're connected by a quantum
> wireless connection? There is a saying among Dzogpachenpos which says
> 'if you have many students, you will not attain the rainbow body' and
> indeed some of the greatest masters who had many students did not
> attain the Jalus--despite being beyond return and having exhausted
> their own karmas. Those who you initiate and they do not maintain
> their practice are connected to you like children. One of the reasons
> a teacher takes money or donations is that action, to a certain
> extent, relieves them of a certain amount of karma.

Well that explains Maharishi then. Some teachers, such as Amma, say they'll
be happy to come back as long as needed for the sake of their devotees.

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