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March 29, 2016

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This is an interesting post. It called to mind something I recently heard on Joseph Goldstein's cd. He was making the distinction between learning one-pointed concentration and meditation. He said that students come to learn meditation and are taught concentration, which is not actually meditative samadhi. In a similar way your first teacher went only so far...mindfulness of the moment, but again no analytical process. It seems both are necessary.

Thanks all.

I don't know if where I'm going is really in line with Buddhism as it would be defined in the modern age. But I'm also not as worried about that anymore.

smith: Suffice it to say you are being watched. Don't give up hope. There is more goodness than you can imagine.

perhaps somebody might be interested in this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFSjxc2Vg14

How much do you think transcendental beings helped you with this journey? Or was your karma just finally ripe?

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