of people who are more than aware of the good things about
Maharishi and the TM movement and the less-than-good
things, and who have come to some sense of balance and
comfort with both. They are who they are, right here, right
now, in the present."
Nice post, thanks. My opinion of TM is so outdated compared to you
guys who have continued with it. My main beef with the movement was
that they should come clean so new people starting knew what they were
getting into. That has been done in spades. Guys like you know more
about the pros and cons of TM than we dropouts do. I certainly don't
know what is best for anyone else's life. But having spent so long
thinking deeply about TM, I enjoy hearing people in this group speak
so openly and candidly about the pros and cons of Maharishi's
movement. A group speaking so openly was unthinkable back when I was
Thanks for reminding me about the Steve Martin quote. He was so far
ahead of his time with that film.
--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, TurquoiseB <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "curtisdeltablues"
> <curtisdeltablues@> wrote:
> >> "Are any of the 5+ women that you cite claiming that he took
> >> advantage of them, abused them in any way, or did things to them
> >> against their will?"
> > Doesn't that seem like a pretty low bar for a spiritual master?
> > I mean gosh, I make this grade, even by Judy's perspective of me.
> LOL. Me, too. :-)
> > You guys rock! I am so outclassed on this forum! You guy are
> > keeping it reeeaaaaL!
> I kinda agree. For the most part, this is a forum composed
> of people who are more than aware of the good things about
> Maharishi and the TM movement and the less-than-good
> things, and who have come to some sense of balance and
> comfort with both. They are who they are, right here, right
> now, in the present.
> And then there are those who keep trying to bring up the
> past. Over and over and over and over. Kinda makes you
> wonder if they'll *ever* wake up and smell the present.
> Congrats on getting to a good place with your music
> and your feelings about the whole TM experience, Curtis.
> Your obvious sense of humor says more about you and
> your current state of consciousness than anything else
> you could say or do. As does the lack of a sense of
> humor in others...
> "You are looking for some measure of how
> enlightened you are? How often do you laugh?"
> -- The 6th Dalai Lama
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