--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "jim_flanegin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
wrote:
>
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Patrick Gillam" 
> <jpgillam@> wrote:
> >
> > Vincent J. Daczynski devotes his site to amazing 
> > abilities much as Yogananda devoted his autobiography 
> > to anecdotes of the realized. At one time, such stories 
> > inspired me because I felt I would achieve such things 
> > myself. Now my attitude seems to have changed.
> > 
> > Now I'm not too keen on hearing isolated stories of 
> > this adept here and that healer there. These anomalies 
> > may point to untapped human potential, but now 
> > that people have been doing self-development 
> > practices for decades, I'm more interested in 
> > finding out works for them.
> > 
> > It's like these studies that put one Buddhist monk 
> > in an MRI and show the amazing results. What's that 
> > mean? I have to live in a monastery for 30 years to 
> > be happy? When you figure out how to package
> > the bliss, buddy, let me know.
> > 
> > That said, I wonder if there's a way to capitalize
> > on these super abilities in the context of our 
> > entertainment-oriented culture. Create a competition
> > or something. A yogic Olympics, maybe?
> > 
> > ; - |
> > 
> Hi, yeah, its a little weird to keep reading stories about what 
> super powers this yogi or that manifested. The best book on that 
was 
> Yogananda's, but agreed that it gets old after awhile. 





Why not just read a Marvel Comic?  I myself really don't see a 
difference...




> 
> The thing to go for is your own freedom. The odd thing about that, 
> is after gaining the 'secret' to it, these yogic manifestations 
seem 
> more irrelevant and stale than ever. The reason why will surprise 
> you!
>







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