--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Vaj <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> 
> On Jan 25, 2006, at 7:03 PM, bdadvaitin wrote:
> 
> > I just came across a book in a health food store in Portland, 
Maine
> > by Edward Tarabilda entitled, "Ayurveda Revolutionized." I 
remember
> > him when I was a first year student at MIU back in 1975-1976.
> > It mentions that he co-founded "The Institute for Wholistic 
Education"
> > which is based in Twin Lakes, WI.  It also says tht he is the 
founder
> > of the Art of Multi-Dimensional Living and this knowledge is 
available
> > through NEW U which has a mailing address in Fairfield.  I 
checked out
> > the website and discovered that he passed away in 1999 from a 
heart
> > attack while playing tennis. Does anyone know about the institute
> > which by the way has an Ayurvedic correspondence course, hence my
> > interest, or about NEW U?
> 
> Ed later went on to found the Science of "psychobiocosmosis" IIRC. 
He  
> put out a number of booklets detailing an overview of this 
science. I  
> remember one on astrology contained his predictions on the 
patterns  
> that were to unfold. One involved mercury and the unfoldment of 
inter- 
> communication a la the internet for the current era. He also  
> predicted, I believe accurately, the rise of interest in "reality  
> TV". He had a good number of predictions based on his system that  
> were accurate or seemed like they should happen. Ed did three 
Jyotish  
> charts for me based on his system of psychobiocosmosis. They were  
> very accurate in terms of my own personality and spiritual  
> motivations. He attributed all the various yogas to the planets 
and  
> felt that each person had a predominant influence or a 
combination  
> thereof these planetary propensities. By knowing what they were 
we  
> could gain insight into our own path and our place in the cosmos. 
It  
> was pretty cool. Before he died, he planned on setting up a 
school/ 
> university to further his ideas. The only bizarre thing was, the  
> pattern was so similar the the commercial unfoldment of SCI into 
the  
> later TM movement, with commercial potential, etc. you couldn't 
help  
> but notice the parallels. In fact I have noticed this similar  
> parallel in a number of movement types--often old teachers--who 
have  
> schemes (often trademarked or with catchy names) which sadly 
mirrored  
> TMO excesses, even if only in seed form.
> 
> It proved to me that if the underlying and deepest motivation was 
not  
> pure, the result would ultimately reflect this. Therefore it was  
> always important to "check" your own motivation. It forms the 
basis  
> of all action in the relative.
>
vaj,  would you then conclude that this knowledge of his has merit?
Since his death, do you know who is leading his endeavors?





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