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This is very well explained M,
I am sure that you know Kamadeva is the Lord of desires, especially lust in archaic Hindu thought...
Maybe it would be a good idea to change the name of your meditation technique to suit its processes a little more!
love and Blessings,

anony17 | Thu, 01/29/2009 - 04:32
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good idea

lol point well taken , i thought it was the god of love lol

Michaelji Ramaprasad

Michael ji Rama... | Thu, 01/29/2009 - 05:39
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Priyam meditation would be more appropriate...
Priyam is love in sanskrit- as is prem, which is more common for material and emotional love...

anony17 | Thu, 01/29/2009 - 06:02
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thanks again lol

Michaelji Ramaprasad

Michael ji Rama... | Thu, 01/29/2009 - 06:12
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Wonderful meditation

I just tried it. It is a powerful technique.

I think the core stage in it is: "10. Now forget all that you just experienced." that shows that the triggers are just triggers to something that is there in the first place.

It is called in other placed "forgetfulness" or "drop the "why" (see for example - stage 2 in the diagram). In this stage you "forget" the outer circumstances (sweep them to outside of your attention) and concentrate on the inner feelings. When the outer circumstances remain in the field of observation, our observation of the consequent inner feelings and thereafter our acceptance of them cannot be total, our attention is still divided.

PS. I think the conclusion that "How can this be unless the Self and the Fruits of love are one?" is not valid enough and anyway is not necessary to enjoy the fruits of this technique. Also the title may be a bit pretentious.

Tania | Thu, 01/29/2009 - 08:52
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thank you

Thank you for your thoughts. Please read this blog and comments and this may better explain the terms I used and why. Please comment you opinions and thoughts they will be respected.


Michaelji Ramaprasad

Michael ji Rama... | Thu, 01/29/2009 - 15:37