On 07/07/2016 06:03 PM, dhamiltony...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife] wrote:

No, Empty, Maharishi was very much working on this too in his last technique that he was developing in the last years of his life, the Ved and Physiology technique. This was a technique to cultivate the integration of the mental fields and subtle system fields in the body of the human physiology. With some awareness you could use all the Maharishi programs to do this. Quite frankly if someone used all the venues of practices Maharishi offered the subtle system then one gets integrated into.. an integrated enlightenment of the spiritual system whole.

A month or so ago Dr. Antoine Nader, Maharaja Adhiraj Rajaraam, you may call him Tony Nader, was telling a group of us in the Dome that he would be teaching vibrational techniques related to this in the close future.

Very likely if the great sage and spiritual teacher Maharishi Mahesh Yogi were alive still today he would be commenting on the debasing spiritual influence in aggravated mental fields as a downside of the coming of the post-modern ubiquitous use of digital media devices throughout culture.

Maybe as soon as he finished watching the latest YouTube video relatives in India posted and he took a few calls on his Android phone. However he might be a little ambivalent about criticizing an industry that has brought employment to many of his fellow countrymen.

Better to address balance in life through enlightenment.



Are you not substituting Ammachi's pronouncements for the clear statements of MMY?

Why the duplicity?


Post-Modern Gadget/Product technologies..

This past week in Chicago Ammachi in satsang there spoke to what she is seeing in people as she tours as a psycho-spiritual phenomena of disintegrating the human being spiritual subtle system by technology gadget. She spoke to this in her homilies before and after the group meditations there. That there is a world-wide problem in mental and environmental agitation now from electronic gadgets having becoming ubiquitous creating its own disabling dis-ease with a mental agitation within people world-wide.

paraphrasing Ammachi's spiritual talks:

..That in cultural remedy to the spiritual disintegrating agitated values of this techno-gadget materialism people do need to be out in nature, plant gardens and trees, be with animals, walk out in nature, do their spiritual practices that stabilize their systems, and get away from their gadgets. And, to help integrate themselves find points to help others. That this mental agitation of the subtle system is now a world-wide problem that must be tackled directly for everyone’s and the world's well-being.

Post-Modern Gadget/Product technologies..

Yep. And product/gadget technologies that are destabilizing to the human system, without cultivated or deeper spiritual discernments of what the gadgets do to us..

A lot of this cultural consumerism, materialism, itself seems to suffer from dis-integrated perspective by a general lacking in what evidently is in perspective of deeper spiritual experience.

Yep, spiritual suffering in poor modeling, ignorance in poor spiritual education and guidance, and a consequent cultural lack of spiritual discipline.

Ah say, ah say .. there's just too much consumin' goin' on.

        It seemed to be a conspiracy to put as many people as possible
        into debt for wage slavery.

        I think one of the problems is that we've become a consumer
        nation. Everybody has to have the latest gadget/technology
        now, whether they can afford it or not!

            *From:* "Bhairitu noozg...@sbcglobal.net [FairfieldLife]"
            *To:* FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com
            *Sent:* Thursday, June 30, 2016 4:55 PM
            *Subject:* Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: Feel The Burn

            What that means is the current standard of living is
            artificial and inflated because it is using too much
            credit putting people into debt.  Learned my lesson on
            this going into debt to do the TM-Sidhis course.  Quit the
            music gig I had to do another gig that fell through and
            that put me into financial straits for a couple years. I
            learned to use credit wisely paying off the balance most
            the time unless I really do need to amortize something
            within my means.

            Living in the SF Bay Area I could understand rising
            housing prices.  In 2000 my apartment rent for a 1 bedroom
            den cost about as much as a house payment so bought a
            house instead. Housing prices continued to go on the rise
            because many communities in the Bay Area blocked new
            housing.  But there was actually no reason for housing
            prices to rise across much of the US including in the
            small ho-dunk town I grew up in.  It seemed to be a
            conspiracy to put as many people as possible into debt for
            wage slavery.

            On 06/30/2016 02:39 PM, Mike Dixon mdixon.6...@yahoo.com
            <mailto:mdixon.6...@yahoo.com> [FairfieldLife] wrote:

                I think one of the problems is that we've become a
                consumer nation. Everybody has to have the latest
                gadget/technology now, whether they can afford it or
                not! So, they borrow and borrow to get what they
                want, end up in enormous debt. Nobody has any
                savings. Yeah, it revs up an economy but with nothing
                to run on once it's rev'd. Banks used to use peoples
                savings to lend and make their profits. Now there
                aren't any savings to use. They go to the Fed who
                just prints it up, making it worthless in the long run.
                Ah say, ah say .. there's just too much consumin'
                goin' on.

                *From:* "Bhairitu noozg...@sbcglobal.net
                <mailto:noozg...@sbcglobal.net> [FairfieldLife]"
                *To:* FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com
                *Sent:* Thursday, June 30, 2016 3:42 PM
                *Subject:* Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: Feel The Burn

                The US economy has progressively become more and more
                lopsided in favor of the rich ever since the Reagan
                administration. Improvements have not raised
                everyone's boat.  Some solutions are poor like
                raising the minimum wage won't help a lot since
                businesses will just increase their prices (usually
                way too much) to compensate.

                Minimum wage jobs were intended for students and part
                time casual and unskilled workers.  Even then back in
                the day one could still rent a house (or even buy),
                afford a car, dine out, go to movies on a minimum
                wage income.  No more.  Greed took over.

                As far as I can see the only solution is a total
                economic collapse taking out the rich as well.
                Basically a reboot of the economy.

                On 06/29/2016 10:11 PM, rajawilliamsm...@yahoo.com
                <mailto:rajawilliamsm...@yahoo.com> [FairfieldLife]
                The median home income should be way up, more women
                are making much more money at least until 2007, more
                two income families. More people in the world are
                much wealthier, China, South American countries. and
                there is a lot of neat things we have with
                tremendous value, smart phones for example, which we
                didn't have in 1973.  A lot of what wealthy people
                own is really at service to society, stocks in
                companies, but we do have to look at excessive use
                of natural resources, like ozone.

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