> Hi David,
> The science of the soul engages in a personal route and needs
> no teacher. It IS it's own teacher and finds its way back to
> god by acting out spirituality in the material life. That is
> why the great avatars taught simple truths - like, "love thy
> neigbour as thyself". Your teacher only appears interested in
> promoting a meditative technique to alter a state of
> conciousness and this appears to be a means to an end in
> itself. This is how cults and religions are started.
> When you die, you will be known for what you have achieved on
> earth, how you relate to others and how you have helped them
> - you will not gain brownie points because you have learned
> to meditate, fly astrally, upwards, downwards, sideways.
How we each choose to serve the world is our own affair. Love is very much a part of my path, be assured. The end my teacher promotes is God. No more, no less. Cults have always formed around mystics after their death--look at Christianity, the biggest cult on the planet... That's how the mind works... If you're implying that I belong to a cult, then please stop implying it.
IMO, the best thing one can do for someone stuck in this world's consciousness is to give them the keys out of it, and if they don't know how to leave the body, they can't go back to God while still living here. This is a prison, and the inmates are the walking dead, as Jesus called them. A minute of focused meditation does more for the world than feeding the hungry in the streets of Calcutta for 10 years.