Uncluttered Kundalini

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Uncluttered Kundalini…
All my life I have dabbled on the periphery of various modalities such as hatha yoga, kripalu yoga, Rolfing, iridology, muscle testing, and classes in theology. I would show interest for a short time them move on to another “new” and interesting method to feel better or think more clearly or be part of something. Nothing seemed to take a grip on me. However, I always stated that when and if I ever have the money I would try all the modalities available for the experience and to help me find whatever it is I am seeking. I knew there was something missing in my life but I had no idea what it was and thought that I would never find “it” – whatever “it” was.

I never got into reading much on the eastern spiritual paths, the many energy modalities or any of the big name writers and authorities that so many seem to follow and revere. I just stayed on the periphery and wondered what it was I was seeking at the same time I was feeling apart from society. Before I speak further of this lack of knowledge I want to relate some of my story.

Two years ago while visiting Italy (my first trip outside of the United States), I stayed on the ancestral grounds of my family - Land that had been in the family for over 400 years. Something happened there. I felt a shift in my being. At the time I had no idea what was going on, but one year later I came face to face with the knowledge of what had occurred on that ancient ground in the land of my father. I met up with my Kundalini.

Kundalini is within all of us- it is the divine consciousness that so many in today’s world are seeking. The path to enlightenment – a bridge to awakening. In the current world there are many who are becoming activated with the Kundalini. Some by self choice , some by being chosen. I fall into the later arena. I did not seek Kundalini, I had no idea what it was until a year ago, I did not participate in deep meditative states for years on end, I did not do Kundalin yoga or Tantra Kundalini or have a serious spinal cord accident, I did not have a dramatic spontaneous episode, I did not use drugs to reach a spontaneous activation. Kundalini activated silently – she entered my psyche and led me on a fantastical ride that is not yet finished.

A little over a year ago I met a Kundalini Awakened Master who is now my guide and who I now work with to promote his protocols that were gifted to him thru his Kundalini. My journey has taken me to three different states seeking employment, it has introduced me to numerous people all who are actively seeking Kundalini or who are in the process of the journey of Kundalini. My family has been tolerant of my strange new unsettled situation. They do not understand what is happening to their oldest sister who for the past 60 years has led a very practical, uneventful life. Some have listened and tried to relate, others just ignore the seemingly out of mind behavior. I too have wondered at times if I had completely lost my sense of being. Yet I know now that it is all part of the Kundalini process. We are told to come as a child- to give up all attachments to be totally free of worldly bonds in order to be renewed in the spirit- to be reborn again into the beauty of our inner being – our rightful heritage- Divine Consciousness.

As I learn to surrender to my Kundalini, learn to detach from all worldly accouterments, as I free my spirit from all that I was for the past 60 years, I find I am discovering who I am. I seek out books and writings on Kundalini, I seek out people who are interested in Kundalin activation, I want to delve deeply into everything and all I can regarding this new life that is taking hold of me.
There are those who read all about the eastern religions, study the many gurus and yogis from the eastern traditions who have started this yoga and that yoga, who have come up with a new twist to gain an awakened state, who set up a school of thought and gain followers from all over the world, many who pay big bucks to learn the secrets of the “masters” and who then can go out and spread these same “secrets “to others for a price. I on the other hand have read very little about any of the traditional methods to activation and awakening. I do not know the names of the so-called masters and their secrets. I follow my guide’s protocols that cost me nothing – I work to promote these same protocols to help others interested in activation or those who are in the throes of activation and I read as much as I can on the journeys of others .

I am blessed to have received the gift of Kundalini without all the study, without all the practicing of yoga, without the meditation practice, without all the reading and knowledge of the past masters, gurus and yogis, without the longing to receive. I wanted to share my experience of being uncluttered of mind with others who think that perhaps they need to study and know all there is to know of the past, of the masters, of the various traditions. This is not necessary. You can study all your life, you can practice an intense life of yoga, and you can travel to the far corners of the world to study under all the named masters to no avail. If you are not meant to receive in this lifetime – you will not be gifted with the Kundalini.
My guide states that if one finds him then one is meant to be here studying with him. I believe this is true. If you become interested in Kundalini in this life, you are meant to receive. However, you do not need to work in the traditional ways to activate your Kundalini. All you need do is follow some basic protocols. These protocols will jump start your process – again “if you are meant to receive.” My guide also does give Shaktipat at his seminars. However, he does not just give a Shaktipat and walk away. He offers his protocols that allow a safe and supportive methodology to keep one grounded and progressing on the path of Kundalini. He offers a web based community where one can ask questions and receive informative answers.

The knowledge of the how to and the where fore is within each of us. Working with a guide offers a safe way to begin your journey or if you are in the midst of an activation following a guide will help you make sense of the process that can at times be overwhelming if one does not understand the demands of the journey. Kundalini can be a very demanding mistress. She can take you by the scruff of your neck and toss you about in an unseeingly disjointed series of events or she can take you gently by the hand ( as she has me) and offer a slow journey with lots of time to learn and understand. Eventually you will understand what is needed and find your individual path.
I am a great proponent of learning and the seeking of knowledge for the sake of learning, however, in terms of Kundalini one does not need to go into a deep contemplative study of all the traditional methods and means to find an activated or awakened state. I came to the Kundalini uncluttered of mind – my journey is one of seeking the knowledge of Kundalini within me by using a simple realistic common sense set of protocols that are available free of charge to anyone interested.

Come as a child – journey in love and become that which you are destined to be – One with the “All that Is.”



jezzwhizz's picture

Kundalini

Beautiful... words not of wonderment but of Onederment.
Satchitananada~jeremy

jezzwhizz | Sat, 02/28/2009 - 11:18
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Thanks!

It was fascinating to read your post. I like how you write. I must start checking the Kundalini stuff.

BTW, if it is you in the pic, you look like a good hearted kind person with a lot of love. I will love to read more of your experiences.

kalgo | Sat, 02/28/2009 - 19:43
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Self revelation...

This was the first time I have written anything personal on the web other than a poem to honor the American soldier. I love to write yet have been hesitant to go public. I personally think we as a world are way too open about personal things in public yet in person I will share anything and all things. Lately I have had an incredible urge to write and share my journey and I find this site one I feel comfortable on.

Thank you for the kind words. That is my pic - two years old. I am not one to take pics - I do not feel they truly convey one's real person.

Am not sure how much I will continue to share. This is a big leap of faith for me.

Namaste
eileen

eileenshakti | Sun, 03/01/2009 - 23:49
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do write more

You did it great, I also like your writing and will love to read more of it.

Thanks to you I got the curiosity to know more about the Kundalini (I only read once a book by Gopi krishna) so with your capacity to write about your personal experience you do a great service. Not everyone has this natural capacity.

angel76 | Tue, 03/03/2009 - 15:36
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uncluttered kundalini

Who's your guide and what are the protocols?

slenten | Sat, 02/28/2009 - 21:40
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Protocols for Kundalini Awakening

I hope it is ok to list this info. Guess I will find out real soon.

My guide is master chrism. He is listed here. He offers a set of protocols entitled the "Safeties" -

http://www.kundaliniawakeningsystems1.com/the-safeties.html

He has a community on the web - I am a member.

http://www.kundaliniawakeningseminars.com/

There are many groups on the web for k activated or those interested in k activation. I found master chrism by chance- and I feel very blessed to have a guide who offers protocols based on a platform of love and service. I had not heard of Kundalini at all - I see so many sites offered and they do not feel right to me. I feel safe with my guide- he asks for nothing other than he strongly encourages members to practice the safeties daily. His members can attest to the fact that by doing so the Kundalini experience goes much easier. He does not charge for his services other than seminars that he presents.

Yes there will be some events that one needs to deal with that may not be pleasant but it all depends on one's journey. There are some events or phenomena that are shared but many are individual. I have been fortunate to date - Shakti has been kind to me giving me time to adjust to this new life.

If you are curious there is a reason you are curious. Kundalini finds those she wants to access in this lifetime. There are no accidents. However some may seek and may not be given the gift in this lifetime. It all depends on what you are ready for.

I consider myself a newbie even with the past two years under my belt. The process can take years and lifetimes. I am aware that it is best to not have expectations for what might occur. That said I do at times really enjoy the flow of energy and am grateful that I have Shakti physically within me. I know she may rest at any time but that does not mean she has left. Once awakened Kundalini does not leave one unless there are extreme circumstances. That is rare.

But then again Kundalini is rare although I know it is coming more into the forefront in this time of upheaval and change in the global situation. There are many seeking - many light workers- many wanting or desiring something - not knowing what it is (as was I) until Kundalini gifts one with the knowing that you are seeking the Kundalini- the divine within - the motherload of the universe- the opportunity to become one with the "all that is."

I am forever grateful for this gift.

eileenshakti | Mon, 03/02/2009 - 00:17
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kundalini guide

Thanks, Eileen. It looks good. Mostly a cautious approach. Check out http://www.aypsite.org/ for more information and specific techniques for controlling and arousing Kundalini. I don't have constant serpent power, and frankly wouldn't want it. It's mainly at my will during meditation and also during waking if I want it. It does bring bliss and heavy ecstasy but those are mind states and it is based on the nervous system. My question is if it has utility to reach the absolute state beyond duality. I agree with your guide that everyone can arouse it with enough effort but it seems to bind one to the body and mind.

slenten | Tue, 03/03/2009 - 15:08
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Thank you ...

for the site. There is much good info there and I will read on it.

Not everyone can open to Kundalini in this lifetime. It rests in all of us yet there is the matter of karma and ability to accept and surrender. One can try every path known and never feel that energy raising this time around.

How do I know this? How do I know any of this? Trust in my intuition and my inner knowing.

I want to respond to all the comments posted, however I really do not know what to say other than I feel I have entered the world of the big boys and am way out of my league. I am happy that my words are an occasion for laughter and questioning.

My reaction was one of amusement and sadness. Amusement for the bantering - sadness for those who are being gifted and have no idea what they have been given.

I am cautioned often to keep a low profile. By writing here I did not follow that advice. Yet if one person finds some insight by my writing or if I am offering service to just one - only one -then it is good. I have spent my entire life presenting a persona that was not true to who I was now I am strong enough not to have to do that. Small steps...

Thank you all for reading my words.

eileenshakti | Fri, 03/06/2009 - 15:16
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Thank You

Hi Eileen, I just wanted to say I thoroughly enjoyed reading your blog and I feel you should do more writing. One's natural talents should be put to use to the max. I could tell you loved writing it and I thank you for sharing it. Kundalini happened to me, much the same as you. It was not something I was seeking and I had not even heard of the word either. Did not know such a thing existed, until it was activated in me, so I cannot blame it on my mind creating it, unless my mind pulled it from the collective consciousness. Hehe! The "hundred monkey effect" got me! LOL!
The way I understand it, is that the kundalini affects more than just the lower density bodies...the physical, emotional, and and mental and so forth. It is only in our lower dimensional bodies that we experience the state of duality, those dimensions that are controlled/limited by time and space. We are 12 dimensional beings as represented by the 12 gates of Heaven mentioned in the book of Revelations. I don't think science recognizes 12 dimension yet, but I know intuitively by faith that there are that many even though I have not experienced them personally yet. There are many different stages of the kundalini. When a person reaches the stage where one experiences a full awakening where the two become one, I feel that is where the non duality dimensions began. When one reaches this non-dual state that is only the begininng, there will be 6 or more dimensions to explore and grow into. Kundalini is involved with the whole procsess, not in just the duality states of being. Kundalini is a wonderful path to be upon and I am glad I am on that path with you. Anyone who has been so blessed by God's grace to be upon such a path, should be in much gratitude and thankfulness because of it.
I can not say as you that I have kept an uncluttered kundalini. Once I learned of the word I was all over the net trying to figure out how such a thing could be happening to me, a Christian. LOL! I have found in my searching that it is not reserved for only the Hindu or eastern religions. Reading the bible now I see it all over, just the words and phrases used are different, but the meaning is the same is what I have discovered.

I read this in a small articles yesterday, with just a little change at the beginning on my part:
" Kundalini is about the awaking of the consciousness.
There is only a Great SOUL. That SOUL is Plato's Anima Mundi, the Great Alaya of the World, the Intracosmic Soul.
Our human consciousness is nothing but a spark flown off the Great SOUL of the World.
It is necessary to achieve the awaking of the consciousness in order to know the secrets of life and death.
We have to liven up the flame of the Spirit with the force of LOVE.
Our consciousness must awake in ever higher planes.
We must cultivate the culture of the consciousness. Knowledge which does not become consciousness can only damage the Mental body.
In the East, the consciousness is called BUDDHI.
The BUDDHI is our superlative consciousness. The Buddhic body is our Spiritual Soul.
He who achieves the awakening of the Cosmic consciousness becomes an ineffable God."

danceswithcats | Fri, 03/06/2009 - 20:37
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Thank you

Lovely thank you eileen. You are a wonderful ambassador for the kundalini as many on our planet begin to awaken.

gleno | Sun, 03/01/2009 - 05:26
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kundalini awakening

hi eileen
I'm not so sure what you mean with kundalini, everybody seems to have a different idea. You seem to have made up your mind what Kundalini is and follow one particular path. That is too bad. To awaken you need a wide-open mind and surrender to the Here and Now, that's all. So simple. I have experienced so-called kundalini awakening many times during the past 30 years, often during meditation, after having an orgasm, when I have a massage, sometimes just walking in the forest, a few times during the night when I couldn't sleep.. It is quite a nuisance. My Zen teacher used to yell "STEADY", whenever I "exploded" which manifests as energy moving up my spine and usually begins with vibrating of my eye-lids, rapid head movements, rapid breathing etc. It can be stopped by thinking of something else but it might be better, if possible, not to stop it. I'm not sure if it has any particular benefits. You feel a bit drained afterwards, a bit "washed out" and quite peaceful. It might make it a bit easier to be in the Here and Now but I don't think it has anything to do with "waking up". It seems to be some sort of "mystic" experience like shaktipat or "blue pearls" or siddhi powers etc. Awakening has nothing to do with "mystic" or "magic" powers or energy experiences like Kundalini. It is much, much simpler.

mayasurfer | Wed, 03/04/2009 - 10:11
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I tend to agree. Perhaps it is more of a reflection of the awakening 'process' in the body than a cause of anything. Mostly, it has been a continuing source of discomfort to me and even landed me in the emergency room once. It does seem to point out areas of blockage and I have the notion that the energy supports health since I haven't had so much as the sniffles in the years since the 'awakening', but as you say, everybody has a different idea as to what it is. In any case, I never encourage anyone to purposely awaken their Kundalini.

Phroggy | Wed, 03/04/2009 - 19:21
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Motion

Much of it probably has to do with emotion (notice the word motion there), with kundalini likely consisting of blockages to that movement. Awakening is, of course, the self coming to rest.

Dunno if the kundalini ever 'woke up' here nor not... I've certainly had panic attacks, which most kundalini fans seem anxious to jump on and shout "Kundalini!". From here, Kundalini is just a word, an explanation to please the mind. There are many such explanations out there for those who want 'em... take your pick. I prefer my reality "straight up" these days (inexplicable), as it really is. There's no explanation for why things are as they are, aside from the fact that the universe is as it is presently.

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Omkaradatta | Wed, 03/04/2009 - 20:16
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Welp, as you and I have talked about, the body itself is a creation of Consciousness that conveniently explains to mind how individualized perception happens, so any sort of energetic activity happening in the body is yet more creation in response to mind's imagination and inquisitiveness. It is, however, as 'real' as it gets and I find myself having to deal with it anyway. In fact, just talking about it has stimulaterd it and I'm suddenly burning from the inside. Oh, well, I guess that's why God made drugs. :(

Phroggy | Wed, 03/04/2009 - 20:50
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Yup

Yup... the body is in the mind, and so Kundalini is in the mind as well. Not saying it isn't 'real' while it lasts... the temporary is neither real nor unreal, but temporary. And of course we happen to deal with 'whatever' if and when it arises.

P.S. nothing wrong with drugs :-). Many 'spiritual' folk don't seem to care for 'em, but 'oh well' to them.

http://www.omkaradatta.info

Omkaradatta | Wed, 03/04/2009 - 21:03
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words...

"Kundalini" is in the body, the body is in the world, the world is in the mind, the mind is my ego, the ego is in the Self, the Self is in?...in itself? no, in itSelf?? On top of it Phroggy said something about consciousness, where does that fit in?... energy, body, world, consciousness, mind and ego must be all the same, if there is no time and space, then there can't be any distance seperating anything and nothing can be "in" something else, so all is nothing but one giant porridge made of words, words, words, labels, concepts, theories.. is God hallucinating? on drugs? I don't know.. Now who the hell is this "I" again? Who is "God"? I think I'm going crazy. And so it goes on and on and on, trying to "understand" something that obviously can never be understood. What's left? What is this "incredible lightness of Being? where is the ocean in the waves? the sun behind the clouds? Just more words...or...pointing to < >? Seems like there are words and words. Now I'm really going crazy. And it is starting to rain.

mayasurfer | Thu, 03/05/2009 - 14:32
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Exactly...

"I think I'm going crazy. And so it goes on and on and on, trying to "understand" something that obviously can never be understood."

The truth is not to be found in the words, but in You. Trying to understand "this stuff" mentally is an exercise in frustration. If a pointer resonates with you, great. If not, drop it and move on. It sounds here like you're trying to take on the words as beliefs, which obviously isn't the point.

Somebody I know once described (verbal) nonduality as "bombs going off". That's all it's supposed to be. The words point to something, and if it makes a bomb go off in you, it's accomplished its purpose. If not, the words may not relate to you right now, or maybe ever... no biggie.

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Omkaradatta | Thu, 03/05/2009 - 15:03
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word bombs...

thank you, Omkar, I needed to hear/read this. What you wrote is exactly such a nondual word bomb for me. It is so true. It resonates with me. This trying to "understand" mentally is unfortunately still "so interesting". The "dream" is still so interesting. But it will fade, the seed is planted...My teacher Neeru, always said "don't ever discuss anything", people who took notes were told off. When people asked her why she hasn't written a book she would say "what's the point, all I could ever write is "Ahhhhhhhhh". The word "awakening" is a bomb for me like "surrender", "lightness of Being", "let it Be" etc... but the real bombs are those precious moments of simply being in the moment. Ahhhhhh....

mayasurfer | Thu, 03/05/2009 - 22:06
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Kundalini

Lemme start out by saying I enjoyed alllll postings...Yet Kundalini sorta speak carries a message if you will in it-Self...

Metaphorically: Kundalini, Shakti is the nonduality Self telling the mind, body, that it – mind/body-- IS unreal.

Everybody gets different doses of Kundalini more or less continuously throughout life .. it can 'often'? be most easily “experienced” during effortless meditation ... but it is only the super-rare person like Krishna. Buddha ... Ramana, Papaji ... who get the message Nonduality gives, just like physics : that the mind and its matter, body, is Unreal, Maya, Dream, Hallucination... fiction.

Just like drugs: a person can love the experience of Kundalini or hate it and even fear it ... fear, love or hate cannot change its message: the mind and its matter, body, is Unreal, Maya, Dream, Hallucination... fiction.

-- really Really REALLY

When Self got sick of his saints
and bored with guru's
he created me ...
to LAUGH at Everythingggg

they took seriously.

B-Self, Eternal Infinite Sri Fukkamee Swami

Bercano | Mon, 03/09/2009 - 20:49
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It gets pretty durn simple, huh? It's not really that it can't be understood, but that 'IT' 'IS' 'prior' to the made up notion of understanding stuff: before the weird idea that things can be or should be understood. Understanding is a puzzle mind puts together for it's own amusement, and it makes up all the puzzle pieces too.

Phroggy | Thu, 03/05/2009 - 23:52
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This

"This" (the truth) is far too simple to be put into words, and in fact too simple/near at hand to even be noticed. Everybody looks 'out there' for the truth, and that's way too far away.

When objectivity is the illusion, it's just nuts that folks are looking to the words of others, looking to see the number of people who agree on something, looking to their friends, etc. This is all the wrong 'place' to be looking. I think it was Wei Wu Wei who came up with the example of dropping one's contact lenses in the dark, then going outside and searching for them under a street lamp (or something like that).

http://www.omkaradatta.info

Omkaradatta | Fri, 03/06/2009 - 00:41
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the story

I think it went something like this. Some bloke lost his contacts -or whatever- and was looking for them under the street light. Somebody came along and asked him what he was looking for. "I'm looking for my contacts".The other one asks "Where did you loose them?" He replies "over there in that dark alley". "Then why do you look for them here?" "Because I can see something here, over there it's too dark?".
Actually quite sad.. if it was not that funny. What we are looking for is closer than our own nose, much closer, much much much closer... we see it all the time, we hear it all the time, we feel it all the time, we ARE it all the time, everywhere, it's us.... man, it's so utterly simple that I'm feeling a Kundalini rush coming on.

mayasurfer | Fri, 03/06/2009 - 12:22
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Too bad?

Why impose one path on another?

You be in the here and now if it serves you and another will do yoga or kundalini tantra or bhakti. There is no one goal, there is no one path. And actually he goal has no significance, at the most, you can enjoy the path. If kundalini stuff makes eileen happy and it sounds that it is then she is fortunate.

From my experience the Kundalini awakening system is very powerful for transformation if done correctly under proper guidance, more powerful than anything else I have tried. But who cares about transformation.

shond | Wed, 03/04/2009 - 21:25
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Transformation

What are you looking to be transformed into?

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Omkaradatta | Wed, 03/04/2009 - 22:00
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Mayhaps one of those lizard-like aliens who's planning to attack in 2012??

Phroggy | Thu, 03/05/2009 - 01:52
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of course

The known to unknown

shond | Thu, 03/05/2009 - 07:02
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From here

From here that's not a transformation, but a loss or a dropping... the loss of the known. But word it any way you like.

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Omkaradatta | Thu, 03/05/2009 - 12:37
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You're right, I called the cops and sent them over to Eileen's. I told them Mayasurfer has her tied up in the basement and is forcing her to abandon her path. They're bringing a SWAT team and those guys know how to deal with scoundrels like Maya.

Phroggy | Thu, 03/05/2009 - 01:50
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Swat team

Maya knows how to deal with Swat teams. He uses his Kundalini powers and makes them all disappear, as simple as pushing the delete buttom on his computer. And then Eileen will be untied and his Kundalini and her Kundalini.... WOW...what do you think will happen?

mayasurfer | Thu, 03/05/2009 - 09:12
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Stay tuned!

It deserves a sequel, if not it's own series. 'Spiritual Circus-Part 2' Hehe.

I just read a response to a post on another thread, and the thought that occurred was 'your 'no' is a 'yes' and your disagreement an agreement clothed in a different color garb.' This is what mind feels it must do continually; find differences at all cost, something wrong which must be corrected.

I find myself doing it too, because there are new insights to be found in the subtle differences perceived, and so I don't mean to call it a problem, but I try to stop before I identify something wrong that needs to be fixed. The above conversation has offerred me the opportunity for such a minor insight and of course nothing has gone wrong at all.

Phroggy | Thu, 03/05/2009 - 09:26
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spiritual circus

I could think of so many sequels to "spiritual circus" that the series could go on til the last worm has woken up.

mayasurfer | Thu, 03/05/2009 - 09:52