--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, TurquoiseB <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Rick Archer 
> <fairfieldlife@> wrote:
> > I agree.  The enlightened man driving his car makes the 
> > decisions necessary to navigate successfully through 
> > traffic and arrive at his destination. Why shouldn't 
> > other decisions be just as volitional and just as 
> > subject to dire consequences if they are made capriciously?
> Yup.  My position on this is not really about Maharishi.

Actually, it's been exclusively about Maharishi
up to now.

> It's just an observation I've come to after watching
> various spritual "scenes" for most of a lifetime.  I 
> really believe that the myth of the infallibility of
> the enlightened is one of the *worst* ideas in history,
> because of its ability to be abused.

Actually, it's one of the most *misunderstood* ideas
in history.  It's the misunderstood version that's the
disastrously bad one, because it has practical
implications.  The real one doesn't.

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