Hi! I have been reading a lot of messages on this board and I have a few questions. From what I have red when someone who is fully enlightened (someone whose immortal body is fully mature)dies, there is only his nails and his hair left. Now in the healing tao system, full enlightenment happens when someone has completed the kan and li practices (Mantak chia clearly said in Awakened healing light of the Taothat if someone who has completed the kan and li dies, there is only his nails and hair left). Now Michael Winn said that Ron Diana achieved a level of immortality (which is beyond the three levels of kan and li enlightenment) but it seems that when he died, his whole body remained. Can someone please bring light on this for me?
Thanks a lot!
The body that Ron Diana left behind was not his body, but actually a copy made from bread that Juan Li purchased from an artist in Thailand:
Ron Diana couldn’t spare a yang shen because he needed them in that brothel in the sky that all us Taoists are shooting for.
One of two things is probable. One, Diana managed to become a ghost immortal. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing is entirely up for debate. The other is that Winn was lying out of politeness, also entirely possible. 🙂
Yes, there’s a chance he did the whole corpse switching thing, but I don’t think that he knew the appropriate talismans. 😉 After all, if he had, someone in his circle would have written a book about it already. 😀
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