--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Peter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
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> --- Patrick Gillam <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> > --- Peter wrote:
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> > > Ritam bhara pragya
> > > 
> > > The intent to know something gives rise
> > > to the immediate fulfillment of that intent
> > clearly
> > > and completely.
> > 
> > I haven't had clear, diagram-like knowledge, but I 
> > certainly have had answers come upon asking a 
> > question. Once I asked a co-worker how a variety 
> > of lawn sprinkler worked, following up my question 
> > with a description of how I guessed it would work, 
> > and he said, "that's pretty much how it works, yes."
> > 
> > I suspect we all cultivate some value of rhitam in
> > work which demands subjective judgments
> > about stuff. I do it all the time in marketing,
> > where
> > one person's opinion seems just as valid as
> > another's.
> > Should we sell alternative health services to people
> > who've never used them before, or try to lure
> > patients from other alternative practitioners? One
> > approach will feel more "true" than the other.
> > 
> > When people pitch advertising strategies and
> > concepts
> > to me, I usually fall back on the self, as it were,
> > to 
> > evaluate them.
> 
> From my little 5-10 minute ritam experience so long
> ago it was clear that all intuitive understanding and
> the "ahas!" of understanding all come from that level.



That's been my experience, too.

Over the past 33 years of TMing I've had 1/2 a dozen ritam 
experiences (all lasting about a second or two) and they were "peak" 
experiences; that is, the whole kit-and-kaboodle was contained in 
those little gems: the experience, the transcending, the wholeness.




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