On Apr 11, 2006, at 6:47 AM, t3rinity wrote:

> Nisargadatta said many times, that he was simply
> lucky that he believed and trusted his master, and that he wasn't a
> great intellect. He got it because he had trust, and accepted the
> truth in the core of his heart, and that is the only way it can work
> IMHO.


But he also pointed out there is really only a certain point that  
'sadhana ends' and basically advocated a rigorous sadhana which  
included mastery of shakti, the elements and the pranas. This is  
largely missed in Neo-Nisargadatta appropriated teachings.


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