This is great, DR. Pete. I always think someone will make an expose or 
documentary about 
the TMO.  But really, a comedy needs to made about some of our experiences.  
When we 
retire and have some time we should get a group together and brain storm all 
the funny 
stuff and all the ridiculous but good hearted possibile scenarios.  We would 
not be able to 
stop laughing.  We have FABULOUS material, some fine writers etc etc

--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Peter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> This is just so much magical crap. Why not say "These
> boots are made for walking". It will have just as much
> impact as a sanskrit phrase that has absolutely no
> meaning outside of a particular culture. I can just
> see some poor old dad dying, just about to slip the
> body and his skinny, pastey looking, broke, unmarried,
> eternally meditating son whispers in his right ear,
> "Thiru Neela Kantam" Dad, suddenly regains some
> awareness and says, "What did you say?" His son
> repeats, "Thiru Neela Kantam". His dad says, "Son,
> you're goin' daft on me, take care of your ma, will
> ya." And with that he croaks. 
> 
> --- sinhlnx <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 
> > ---Phrase to say when somebody is dying.  Repeating
> > a phrase alone is
> > insufficient. One must have a degree of Shakti
> > (which you do, as a TM
> > practitioner); but along with the foregoing, one
> > must have INTENT.
> > What is your intention for the dying person?.  Think
> > on it clearly and
> > chant "Thiru Neela Kantam" over and over.  This
> > means "Holy Blue
> > Throat";  a reference to Shiva, and is designed to
> > eradicate bad
> > karma.  Keep in mind the main lesson of the Tibetan
> > Book of the Dead:
> > Immediately after death, the person may begin anew
> > with various
> > attractions to the same types of things that were
> > alluring while
> > alive.. YOUR mind must assist the person in breaking
> > the connections
> > to any lower astral/material attractions, and propel
> > the person
> > directly into the pure realm of the Absolute.
> > 
> > 
> >  In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Rick Archer
> > <fairfieldlife@> wrote:
> > >
> > > From a friend. Anyone know the answer to this?:
> > > 
> > > I've heard that there is some phrase that helps
> > someone passing 
> > on.....that
> > > is to be whispered to them as they pass.  Do you
> > know  of this?
> > >   
> > >   Looks like we will be leaving for () tonight as
> > my husband�s dad
> > won't be
> > > around much longer....maybe not even 24 hours.
> > >   
> > >   I don't think I can do a puja there but I
> > remember someone somewhere
> > > telling me about this phrase.
> > >   
> > >   Thanks.
> > >
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
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