--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Peter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I think the point here is "different strokes for
> different folks". All of us that grew-up in the TMO
> just blindly accepted that TM was good for everybody
> and that TM was the "best" technique around. Of course
> this is a very immature position. Many people enjoy TM
> and seek nothing else. Others give TM and the siddhi
> program an honest shot for several years or decades
> and then move on to something else. What's wrong with
> that? If the intent is realization and you're stuck in
> traffic with your sadhana why not do something that
> you're drawn to?
I completely agree with that. Any spiritual practice is better than 
none. It was more about the made up technique and side effects stuff 
that I objected to. Including stuff directly from God, *every* 
technique is made up.

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