On Jul 3, 2006, at 12:53 PM, Rick Archer wrote:
on 7/3/06 11:34 AM, new.morning at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >Yeah, but that wasn’t the spirit of it. It was more like, “I’m pissed at those guys for leaving me and saying bad things, so I won’t acknowledge that they could have made any right choices, including a piece of recording equipment.” __.
> > Whenever the Beatles came up when I was around, he usually put them
> > down subtly by saying "The pop phase of the movement is over." One
> > time Rick Stanley asked for some recording equipment, recommending
> > it as the same kind the Beatles had used. Maharishi scowled and
> > said "they never accomplished anything."
> Such enlightened insight!
For one with non-dual vision, nothing is ever accomplished. Pitiful
are those mired in the delusion of accomplishment. :)
When I was a kid, I watched the Beatles give darshan at Shea Stadium. It was so powerful hundreds of people fainted.
He's just jealous.
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