--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Vaj <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Dec 19, 2005, at 1:52 PM, Premanand Paul Mason wrote:
> > Someone recently said to me that cults can only sell scaffolding.
> > Scaffolding can be a superfluous encumbrence unless there is that
> > need for support whilst accessing difficult to reach places.
> >
> > There was a posting recently about 'the gap'. Essentially, TMers 
> > being directed at finding this gap and prolonging the experience 
> > not experiencing thought. But has anyone else noticed that the
> > repetition of a mantra can sometimes be counterproductive in that 
> > filling the gap, it appears sometimes to delay the experience of 
> > thought? I have noticed that a swifter route to the gap is 
> > thought altogether, just willing it.
> Actually, part of the point of the post was that although TM uses 
> idea of the gap/sandhi to explain TM; in the full idea of what 
> entails, TM only goes as far as 1 or 1.5 out of 7. There are a 
> slew of other methods beyond that to reach the big "E".
> As a person offlist said to me that's what you call 'we were given  
> one wheel, and lead to believe we had the whole bike.'
> Ouch.

Or perhaps you only recognize one wheel even though all of them are 
inherent in TM.

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