Hey tourettes troll, give it a rest. Your strategy of distraction doesn't work 
any more, I am done with that topic and have moved on. Come up with something 
smart and interesting to show how wrong I am, put in a little effort like 
Lawson who has made interesting points I disagree with.In other words how about 
you showing that you have gained a modicum of development from the programs you 
love so much and get off the repeated word flood tactic.  

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 What I wonder about is why anyone would take seriously a clown who's life is 
begging for pity and a few dollars on street-corners. The reason why he lash 
out now is because someone dared challenge his grandiose notion that the noise 
he creates is "art" simply because someone foolishly and out of pity actually 
pay him something.

 "Judy called Curtis a liar, and I felt sorry for him getting so beat up all 
the time, so I started to reach out to him to start a dialog a few days ago. 
But, he was so egotistical and arrogant that I realized he wasn't here to 
discuss anything - he just wants a bulletin board to make himself look like a 
big-shot artist and a teacher greater than Maharishi and Maitreya combined." 


---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <fleetwood_macncheese@...> wrote :

 "What struck me because I have spent quite a bit of time around old people in 
the last few years and it seemed obvious that Maharishi was clearly suffering 
from the diminished capacity of age and very likely dementia. He was not well." 

 Um, have you ever actually spent hours at a time with each resident of a 
nursing home, as in worked there, changing diapers, serving meals, doing bed 
checks? I have, and the thing that clearly distinguishes Maharishi's response, 
from that of someone suffering from dementia, is that Maharishi, despite some 
irritability, retains his focus. The same cannot be said of nursing home 
patients, with dementia. 

 Quite a stretch, from you, with a little cherry-picked "evidence" as garnish. 
Seems very similar to the sort of things you have been accusing Nabby of 
lately, doesn't it? I guess fairness only counts, when *you* are the target. 
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <curtisdeltablues@...> wrote :

 I was struck by the posted interview between the Aussie and the Maharishi 
through closed circuit TV where Maharishi was unable to field a question about 
whether or not he could actually fly by going into "you kids get off of my 
lawn" mode. What struck me because I have spent quite a bit of time around old 
people in the last few years and it seemed obvious that Maharishi was clearly 
suffering from the diminished capacity of age and very likely dementia. He was 
not well.

This observation only matters because at the heart of a lot of the premises in 
TM is that the state of consciousness in enlightenment transcends the 
functioning of the brain. This is the premise on which we have claims about 
witnessing deep sleep for example, and all the conjectural nonsense surrounding 
what happens after a "conscious" enlightened death. It is stated in different 
ways as a premise underneath many claims about how a person functions in 

We saw Maharishi, who in his salad days would have gigglingly swatted away such 
a direct question calling him on an outrageous claim, completely flummoxed and 
left with a broom in his hand chasing the local scamps out of his rutabaga 

How can it be that "consciousness development" can have an effect on the person 
after their brain stops functioning and rots, when it couldn't even weather the 
storm of old age for the supposedly most developed person, Maharishi himself? 
Apparently consciousness development has the same impact as imagination 
development when it comes  to being able to resist the ravages of age. Brain 
functioning trumps all imagination of it being otherwise. And the difference 
between Maharishi in old age and my own father can only be seen clearly in the 
zeros in their bank accounts. 

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