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Eye of the Needle

May 10, 1997 07:39 AM
by Bart Lidofsky wrote:
>               "It is easier for a camel (OK, rope then) to pass through the
> eye of
>               a needle than for an ego (monad, whatever) to ascend to higher
> planes
>               and be permanently freed from the perceived need to incarnate
> on lower
>               ones... while still retaining desires that can only be
> fulfilled on those
>               lower planes."

	Note that the easiest way for a rope to go through the eye of the
needle is for the one rope to separate into individual strands, put the
strands through the eye of the needle, and then reassemble the rope on
the other side. A nice symbol for the prolaya-manvantara-prolaya

	Bart Lidofsky

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