Re: Maya "sugar highs" and delayed gratification
Sep 02, 1997 05:56 AM
by A. Safron
> From: Titus Roth <email@example.com>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Maya "sugar highs" and delayed gratification
> Date: Monday, September 01, 1997 9:46 PM
> You would
> never have known what you were missing if you had abandoned your journey to
> the mountain top for the pleasures quickly attained at the base of the
> Sai Baba likened it to going to a far away destination. For a while, he says,
> you just have to concern yourself with the careful driving of the car.
I'm not sure I know what you're talking about, but what do you do when
your mentor/guru/teacher ABANDONS you. And has not left a successor
or sufficient teachings that one feels they can continue on that particular
path. I've been there twice. Once when the guru retired to Hawaii and
wanted to have as little as possible to do with his disciples and the other
who decided a business money-making path was more important than
the church he headed.
Frankly, the only thing that has sustained me over the years is the
Alice Bailey material. Seems these teachers have a tendency to
burn out somewhere along the way.
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