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(Quote) That’s certainly true, but I think that accumulating merit is unlikely to lead to enlightenment. I don’t see it as a proces where there is some kind of cosmic ledger and a judge who awards en… (View Post)
I thought it might be interesting to discuss this. I’m reading another book bij Hein Thijssen (see the old thread Mystics near where you live) and this discusses Hein’s use of primal therapy. He delv… (View Post)
I think people are prone to exaggerate... the effects of people dying earlier are more likely to be because of obesity and other poor habits than anything to do with lack of education from Covid. (View Post)
(Quote) Knowing what is right is a stage that you go beyond, I think. At a certain point you become gentle, mild, and you see that other people choose their own paths. There is very little you can re… (View Post)