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Transgressive Sacrality and the Puritannical Mindset.

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Being a westerner you are unaware that you have a western mind.  Human beings have a normative bias.  That means that we think what is normal for us is good, but not just good for us, good for everybody.  You have been given a western mind and you don’t know it, you think that you are your mind.  As such you are unaware that you have an elitist, feminist, liberal bias, that you have been indoctrinated with and exposed to all of your life.  You have been bombarded with images and narrative from that perspective.  Since the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth rock they have been preaching this perspective on life, and that perspective is antithetical to yoga, I will explain why, but first this.  This is what is normal for other. people, enjoy.

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Yoga is about non duality, it is about not thinking that you are better or superior, it is about seeing everything as onel and being in relationship with reality.  Puritans presuppose their moral authority, they presuppose their right to judge others and to judge what is good for others which is weird, because one of the tenets of this country is to be free from that manner of meddling stupidity.  3rd person parties poking their fat noses into our business and giving us their unsolicited opinions.  Externalizing your issues into the world so that you can get offended, and then you get on your high horse and start pecker slapping people with your judgments.

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So here is the thing for all of you pseudo spiritualist fruit balls.  Do you think that you know how a guru or spiritual master should comport himself?  What he should say and not say?  What words he should use?  I call that the Messiah Paradox, if you know what a spiritual master should be doing then you don’t really need a spiritual teacher do you?  Save yourself.

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The fact of the matter is that the practice of Transgressive Sacrality was created to cure exactly your psychosis, your feelings that you are better than everybody because you hold your farts in and wash your hands up to your eyebrows before you eat your raw, vegan, organic, kale chips and wash it down with your wheat grass, spirulina, freshly squozen apple drink.  Transgressive sacrality is breaking taboos, as a meditation, offending social norms so that you don’t feel that you are better than everybody else by virtue of your refusing to acknowledge that you are an animal as well, that you shit and piss like everybody else.

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Buddhism[edit]

In Buddhism “transcendence”, by definition, belongs to the mortal beings of the formless realms of existence. However, although such beings are at ‘the peak’ of Samsara, Buddhism considers the development of transcendence to be both temporary and a spiritual cul-de-sac, which therefore does not eventuate a permanent cessation of Samsara. This assertion was a primary differentiator from the other Sramana teachers during Gautama Buddha‘s own training and development.[5]

Alternatively, in the various forms of Buddhism — Theravada, Mahayana (especially Pure Land and Zen) and Vajrayana — the notion of transcendence sometimes includes a soteriological application. Except for Pure Land and Vajrayana, the role played by transcendent beings is minimal and at most a temporary expedient. However some Buddhists believe that Nirvana is an eternal, transcendental state beyond name and form, so for these Buddhists, Nirvana is the main concept of transcendence. The more usual interpretation of Nirvana in Buddhism is that it is a cessation – a permanent absence of something (namely suffering), and therefore it is not in any way a state which could be considered transcendent.

Primordial enlightenment and the dharma are sometimes portrayed as transcendent, since they can surpass all samsaric obstructions.

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You are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem.  Watch the video below of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his treatise on the word fuck.  A lot of you “spiritualists” know that you are not doing anything wrong because you aren’t doing ANYTHING.  YOU AREN’T SAYING ANYTHING.  YOU ARE BLENDING IN, AND YOU HAVE NO LIGHT TO KICK.  You are what Socrates referred to as “pretenders to wisdom.”  You wouldn’t know the truth if it slapped you in the face with it’s big hairy nuts.  God will not have his will done by cowards and instead of waking people up you are lulling them to sleep.  Your enlightenment isn’t light at all, it is a grey kind of darkness, a cloudy, smoggy, sticky white light.  Concealed, closeted, white washed graves.

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14“To the angel of the church in Laodicea write:

These are the words of the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God’s creation. 15I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! 16So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to vomit you out of my mouth.

Get over yourselves and your stupid judgments, stop trying to do better than real.  Life isn’t all pleasantries and faerie farts, sometimes things suck.  You have to take the good with the bad.  Be content with reality.  You aren’t bringing people to heaven you are making life hell now.

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VVVVV   OSHO’S TREATISE ON THE WORD “FUCK” VVVVV

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6D7rWLzloOI&list=PL01979C1E580588D8

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CHOOSY BEGGARS, GUILT PEDDLERS

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I get frustrated with all of these fruity spiritualists that like to conflate pleasantness with spirituality and feminine judgments with wisdom.  They always argue in favor of mercy and charity and they reward failure.  If they had ever been on a spiritual path or taken a guru they would not be so full of themselves and their arrogant judgments.  

Everywhere I go now somebody is asking for a donation or charity, when I buy pet food they ask if I want to donate, when I buy groceries and I use my card I have the option to donate, when I leave the store someone is there asking for my loose change.  Not that this is relevant but America isn’t a first world country anymore.  I think we should be worrying about taking care of ourselves, our families, our neighborhoods, and keeping our money in our economies.  

You might be interested to know that Bhagwan Nityananda told people not to give homeless people handouts.  They should be able to offer some service in exchange.  This creates a pattern in the world that is undesirable.  First of all it communicates to the beggar that they have nothing to offer.  It rewards failure.  You are not going to have less homelessness and less beggars you will have more.  In a way they do have a product that you are buying, guilt.  They portray themselves as pathetic and make a visual appeal to your sympathy and you feel pity, or guilt.  But who the fuck are you to feel pity?  You are in relationship with your own superiority, reveling in it, relishing it.  And then you get the homeless charities that try to humiliate you in public if you don’t donate something every time.  

Let me explain a little about myself, I was homeless, and I never begged, I never made a spectacle of myself or a nuisance of myself.  It took me five years to get entirely off the street and I fought and clawed my way to just above the poverty line, living paycheck to paycheck.  Even when I was living in Everett Washington in an abandoned sewer pipe that was never installed in the middle of winter, and freezing wind would blow through that thing and the fire didn’t keep me warm, every morning I walked the 5 miles into town to the cavalry church and for 5 dollars an hour I did landscape maintenance.  

I once saw this guy begging and someone gave him a dollar and he said, “is that all you got?”  with righteous indignation in his voice.  That is where the term “choosy beggar” comes from.  

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A little more about myself, I am a guru, a Shaktipat guru, a Jnani guru.  I was initiated by Gurumayi Chidvilasananda.  Nityananda is part of my spiritual lineage, Baba Muktananda was the guru of my guru and Nityananada was his guru.  This American culture wants to think of itself as spiritual but it is doing so pretentiously, falsely, unconsciously, arrogantly.

 I bet you think that Ghandi would give money to a beggar if he saw a homeless person don’t you?  Well you are dead wrong.  He wouldn’t, and if anybody tried to coerce him he would have protested loudly.  Ghandi’s grandson Arun once tossed out a pencil on the way home from school because it was too small in his estimation.  Ghandi made him go back and look for it for hours until he found it, and refused to buy him a new one.  It was a lesson to be appreciative and efficient and humble.  Not wasteful and flamboyant, and it was one single, tiny, little pencil.  

 

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