February 5, 2008 at 11:13 pm #27398
Thought you might find this of interest, since our summer retreat
center used to be a Maharishi TM center . . .February 6, 2008 at 10:55 am #27399
Thanks. this is good news for heavenly mountain, where we hold our retreats. After the Kaplan brothers fell out with him and kicked the TM meditators off the magnificent North Carolina center (where they had invested milions) – Maharishi put a curse on the Kaplans, which partly fell onto their property.
This is typical Hindu guru behavior, by the way…..to make a gross generalization. Lots of them use magic to settle their issues.
I found out about the curse by doing an I ching reading before I decided on the place – and later had it confirmed by the owners. So I had to spend extra time clearing the space. The curse was not directed at healing tao, so did not much affect us directly – mostly some trapped soul fragments that needed grounding.
The chi should be cooking even more nicely this summer – I think the elementals that got programmed by Maharihi will be feeling even more free to evolve.
michaelFebruary 6, 2008 at 10:54 pm #27401
LOL! Michael, this is wonderful. One reason I like Healing Tao, and you, so much is the frank statements of what is without a lot of artificial sentimentality. Most refreshing!
the only other person i enjoy this with in almost unadulterated form is my cousin who, when i congratulated him on the news of his divorce laughed loudly. For some reason other family members were “depressed” at the news.
Starting off the first morning of the Year of the Rat with a laugh. Thank you.February 7, 2008 at 1:34 am #27403
That first week and a half last year, I had some serious
“problems” in my room (as did several others), and the
overall energy on the grounds was not good.
Roomwise I had intense nightmares, and woke every night with
severe night terrors and the feeling of a dark presence
in the room. On the grounds, the energy felt oppressive and
vampiristic to me.
After I did an Inner Smile to the room and a round of Deep Healing,
the room problem *completely* disappeared (it was extremely effective,
easy, and I was kicking myself for not doing it sooner!!).
Moreover, the energy on the grounds had changed for the positive
by the end of week 2. To be honest, the overall transformation
during the first two weeks was astounding. I found it a little
surprising how fast the overall energy shifted from being
oppressive and somewhat malevolent to being positive and energizing.
During the third week, it had become so positive, that you almost
wouldn’t have even known anything was wrong earlier . . .
Since we already did the hard work last year, I personally wouldn’t
have expected anything but positive energy this year–even without
his death–but I guess so much the better.
I can’t particularly say I’m happy to see anyone die, but given the
two weeks of correction we had to do to clear away the energetic
toxins he left, I can’t say I’m sad either.
StevenFebruary 7, 2008 at 5:43 am #27405
Can’t a Yogi of his level continue onwards after death in some form. It may not be th last we have heard of him.February 7, 2008 at 6:52 pm #27407
No one *truly* spiritually advanced would
do something as self-serving and petty as to curse anyone.
I predict his energy just got scattered to the universe.
On the other hand, if his Hindu beliefs were actually correct, then
according to his own belief system, the negative karma he
left on Earth in the form of his curse would have forced him
to once again enter the wheel of reincarnation.
In this latter case, due to his nastiness, I predict he is
on his way to being incarnated and conceived as a
future AIDS baby in Africa . . .
SFebruary 8, 2008 at 12:14 pm #27409
You may want to read up on demon immortals. Spiritual science can be missed used just as science can. I agree that there process will be stunted, Michael told us he believe some powerfull yogis that come back and heal people do it to learn the value of service, and when that get it they can move on. I hope I understand what he told us I am sure he will clarify if I did not.February 9, 2008 at 1:01 pm #27411
I have no judgments about Mahirishi and wish him well on” his” (meaning whatever integrated) continuing journey, he is part of US, humanity.
I am grateful to him for inspiring the Kaplans to build Heavenly mtn, not knowing at the time it was partly to support the Healing Tao. I am sure TM got many people moving on their path, despite its limitations. It is the first form of formal meditation I did, altho I refused to get formally intiiated by his organization and invented my own mantra after hearing how the method worked from a friend who paid for his mantra. There were, as it turns out, only 16 mantra, all based on your astrology.
A curse by a human probably doesn’t qualify someone as a demon immortal – if he is high level enough to continue individual function in his after-plane life, that behavior will determine his virtue. let’s not pre-judge anyone.
If he shows up at heavenly mtn. this summer, I’ll let you know. But on his main anchor point, the West Campus temple (the men’s side, a mile from where we rent the women’s campus), I already released the souls trapped in the pyramid shaped roof last summer. My Greatest Kan & Li class did a ceremony there as their graduation ritual. It was pretty heavy, I admit. The next morning I had explosions of fire (think of volcanoes going off inside your dantian) for four hours. It burned out my kidney water, I had toruble walking for a week.
This doesn’t necessarily mean Maharishi had the intent of trapping those souls of the male TM adepts. It could be ignorance of the side effects of his “flying” technique. You shoot your heart chi up the core out your crown – but there is no vessel to hold it. So it scatters into their notion of the Transcendental, or in this case, into whatever group consciousness vessel it is attracted to. I believe these heart-soul fragments gathered in the pyramidal roof of the temple as their group projection. As long as they “fed” that aspect of themselves with more meditation daily, everything was fine, the embodied soul below was fed as well by the roof top fragment.
Once the meditators left, the group soul of heart fragments essentially became a ” big demon”, as the local psychic hired by the Kaplans saw it. It wasn’t born a demon, it became a demon once, like any wild animal, it was starved. it had no one to feed it.
The psychic, who was pretty talented, told me the Big Demon in the temple was too big for her to clear. That is when I offered to use Taoist and Atlantean combined spiritual technology to clear it. The atlantean fire alchemical practices use spinning pyramidal shapes, perfect for souls trapped in a pyramidal roof shape as a result of neo-atlantean (i.e. Hindu) fire practices).
I will be posting shortly on demon immoral issue re: magus of Java, and david shen, probably put it in Practice section.
mFebruary 9, 2008 at 4:24 pm #27413
To clarify I used the term “Demon imortal” as In refrence to the traditions of china, and there view on how any one can be imortal, very accepting. I mainly used it to point to a non-judgmental aspect of the life force, and that it is about lessons and gowth and not about judgement and condemnation. There are practices that we do that sum might feel are demonic so the term has to do with allot whith the cultureal pretextes and individual perspectives. I love the language and spiritual technology of the Healing Tao as in brings these topics into a pratical fair light, sum might feel it to be cold and analytical but I feel it to be fairer and benificial to the speed of understanding and the release of cultrual dogma, freeing the soul of some judgmental filters.
Thanks for the little inside stories, Some times I work with some heavy stuf in Kan & Li and its nice to hear that its not just me.:) It realy makes me very intersted in helping people become stronger and able to deal with there own stuff making my own process easier.February 10, 2008 at 12:14 am #27415
My comments were meant to be taken with a bit of levity . . .
a bad bit of sarcastic humor I had been in the mood at the time.
My point however is:
1. If he did indeed curse someone, ignoring possible karmic
retributions that are part of his own faith AND
2. He designed a pyramid roof that–through either intended
malice or simple ignorance–trapped soul fragments . . .
Then in whatever continued form he may be in, I would suspect
that he will be so busy with continued learning, that he simply
isn’t going to have “the time” or “the interest” to bother doing
anything additionally troubling.
In other words, I don’t believe we’ll hear from him again . . .
unless at some point he decides to try to right some old wrongs!
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