Seems to me the point of this thing was brought out in the beginning of his talk: consoling aging boomers who did TM not to fear death.

On 11/30/2014 06:48 PM, curtisdeltabl...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife] wrote:

OK so I went. got to hang out with Jerry and Debbie a bit. That was a nice nostalgia buzz.

I got to ask George (the presenter) my most politely posed question about why this was the chosen method of transmission if it pretty much excluded anyone in the movement or any person not just inclined to take his word on faith alone from taking the message seriously. I listened to his answer. They served a nice little lunch and I met some old friends.

No boats are gunna rock over this, is my psychic prediction. He threw in about 3 too many famous personal incarnations. A pressing of a vanity CD for a rich guy?

Did I mention the lunch? Even had goat cheese and some nice real fresh mozzarella.

The Holy Tradition doesn't want us to be afraid about anything. They said so themselves through George.

Were you afraid before you heard that? I was a little afraid we would never get lunch cuz he talked for 3 hours straight. I took 9 pages of notes. When we did get to lunch finally, after pissing for almost 5 minutes (did the folks on the other side of death forget about aging bladders and enlarged prostates?) I was delighted to find that the mozzarella sandwiches has a pesto spread and some olive oil soaked sun dried tomatoes. I hoovered in two of them as well as a turkey one and then stuffed two more in my bag Rodney Dangerfield style for later. There was a shit load of these little sandwiches because the movement told about 400 people who signed up that if they came something bad would happen. I didn't get the details, I just got some of their sandwiches.

I'm glad I had a chance to shake the guy's hand and see him try to get around my question up close. It wasn't exactly new information, but I wanted to give him every chance I could to provide a better bridge for those of us who don't hang out with Jesus and Jehova (who is Allah) and Guru Dev (who said we don't need to say Jai Guru Dev anymore) and Shankara (who wants this to be the last of the Shanks in India.) Services no longer needed.

There will be no more incarnations or masters coming to earth, now in the new spiritual democracy they will just come back as your friend and show you this tape of George talking and talking, and talking.

I mentioned the pesto right, because that really sets the whole thing off. You got yer mildly bland moz and the tart sun dried tom, and you need some herbal glue to link them and that is the aromatic pesto. It really is a must for this kind of sandwich. I wish I had made off with 5 more, they were slider sized and I could have slide that many down after the lecture easily.

No one merges with the absolute after death much to Maharishi's surprise. No one. He was sad that he had put his organization over his friends in the movement. (Wink, wink, nudge, nudge Mr. J)

If you close your eyes and experience your self as light then you can teach anything you want to help people turn within and know themselves, but if you teach TM, follow their rules. (Surprisingly Guru Dev doesn't think the puja is necessary anymore.

Crudite. They had snow peas and blanched asparagus done right, crisp and bright green like they had plunged them in ice water after blanching. Badass caterers. Wish I had hoovered up more of them. No browns spots on anything, just prime cut green delight done right. I have more of a reverence for good food over dead guys, could ya tell?

He had been Brighu who was also Maharishi's dad because in that incarnation Maharishi was his son. So he was both parlaying Maharishi's authority for all this, while sort of showing up as having been in a superior position to him at one time. Maharishi was John the Baptist and had a misunderstanding with Jesus on the game plan which they have patched up in the after life. They do a lot of walk and talk in the after life. Heaven is a place where you rest. It doesn't seem like the enlightenment model fits in to the "reality" Maharishi discovered on the other side. We are not getting off any wheel of karma. We have a lot of talking to look forward to. And listening. A lot of talking and listening and he didn't even mention anything about the heavenly caterers, so I am not signing up yet. I need to see a menu.

No one has seen God over there.(this came out in the questions)

He was Plato and Pythagoras and Mark Twain (who would have NONE of this if you ask me) He was a bunch of other famous people and ONE servant to a famous person. (nice humble touch but too little too late IMO) There was a lot of discussion about who was who in the Bible through many incarnations.
Many, many incarnations.
I reallllllly had to pee.

So after lunch I go back for something sweet and they had some very nice blackberries which are expensive, but zero chocolate, imagine that? No tiny little lemon tarts without too much sugar that make your mouth pucker at first and then you realized the perfection of facing the sour with just enough butter in the crust and sugar to take the edge off. Just enough. I'll bet this caterer would get these right if they had been ordered. Why hadn't they been ordered? Hasn't anyone on the other side ever eaten a perfect lemon tart? Indians! (with my fist raised to the sky Jerry Seinfeld style when he says: "Newman!")

There are no more rules now including rules about sex. You can do anything and it will have zero impact on your spiritual future. I was about to pull out my little master and put it to the test but he reminded us that society still had rules. Plus full bladder self love is not great anyway.

Afterwards I asked him my question about the missing epistemological ramp for all this. His answer made my mind drift back to the little pillow sandwiches, no doubt being dumped into a trash can. All the perfect little asparagus spears, the snow peas, the goat cheese for God's sake.

The F'ing goat cheese!

With sandwiches and crudites done right, and old movement friends, great day.
If they even omitted the pesto...



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

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaand, I'm just not buying it.

The guy comes off as a "normal channeler" -- gift of gab, imaginative, and self deluded.

Deluded how?

Deluded that a "dream" is a real communication.

Not that the dream can't be spot on and synchronistic.


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