Are you making a general statement about the persistence with which 
we should pursue liberation, or making a judgement about the prior 
postings about this Babaji?

--- In, Dharma Mitra 
>  The message(s) this Babaji conveyed are messages resounding both 
> the universe, from its inception to its culmination, the 
desideratum for
> each and every being transiting from and through its 
expressionless origins
> to their final satiation through this manifest universe and back 
into its
> premanifest origins, and by every saint whose blessed us with 
their profound
> excellence in human evolution.
>  The novelty by which any of our subtler dispositions may emerge 
from this
> slide show, his company, the company of saints and other 
> progressive beings is all too often met at the entertainment realm 
of most
> of us, the venue through which distance as well as dissociative 
> are engaged, the realm for matters of little or no value, or the 
place for
> matters of little or no value. The novelty of what he and other 
> enlightened souls have to convey is also due to our 
inattentiveness to our
> own human nature, though some recognition of it is reawakened 
through the
> good fortune of their company, part of their 'service to 
humanity'. As this
> is part of our nature as well, all too often neglected throughout 
the whole
> of most everyone's life, it is demonstrative that we are yet to 
become a
> truly human society, in spite of the privilege of being born in 
our species.
>  It is the bounden duty of every truly sincere seeker of universal
> magnanimity to bring about this truthful ensconsement in spiritual 
> at the soonest possible time. This could be a simple matter to 
arrive at
> within minutes or seconds if only we'd heed the wisdom of those, 
> such as Babaji, who have come before us to show us the way. Just 
> about them and garnering psycho-social titillation from them does 
> suffice to embolden our certainty of attaining liberation within 
this very
> life. We must own these qualities with a greater tenacity than we 
pursue our
> careers or prepare breakfast, even at the sacrifice of either. We 
are doing
> a disservice to ourselves, our posterity and the whole of humanity 
> choosing any lesser path.
>  Saints and enlightened souls by any other name are not so 
extraordinary in
> that they "are" established in their humanity, our humanity, for 
they have
> achieved and live within constantly the threshold by which 
humanity is
> defined. Earth, as we live it today is still within, though at the 
> beyond a 'Planet of the Apes', for it should not be a struggle for 
humans to
> live an ethical life, by their, by our own volition and by the 
> and values by which the larger society operates, the external 
> affecting each and every person individually.
>  As for which 'Babaji' this person was or is, I'm confident he's 
> than the Babaji referred to by Yoganandaji.
>  Flourishingly,
> Dharma Mitra
> DharmaMitra2 AT <>
> Helping you "Say It With Panache!"
> Because, how you say it can be, and often is,
> as important as what you want to convey,
> and what you have to say is
> very important to you.
>  Copywriting - Editing - Publishing - Publicity
>  On 11/17/05, Peter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> > Thanks for sharing this Gary. I know very little
> > regarding his teachings but I always enjoyed the
> > darshan from his photographs.
> >
> > --- gds444 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> > > Hello All,
> > >
> > > Does nayone have any thoughts on Babaji? He passed
> > > ten years or so ago.
> > >
> > > I had an interesting experience while watching this
> > > slide show. I'd
> > > love feedback.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > The main site for info on Babji is<>
> > >
> > > I'm always impressed by the breadth of people's
> > > experience and
> > > knowledge. I guess I'm looking for some validation?
> > >
> > > Thanks!
> > > Gary
> > >
> >

------------------------ Yahoo! Groups Sponsor --------------------~--> 
1.2 million kids a year are victims of human trafficking. Stop slavery.

To subscribe, send a message to:

Or go to:
and click 'Join This Group!' 
Yahoo! Groups Links

<*> To visit your group on the web, go to:

<*> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:

<*> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to:

Reply via email to