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"May the tree of our life Be firmly rooted in the soil of love

Let good deeds be the leaves of that tree

May words of kindness form its flowers

And may peace be its fruit"


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Comment by Sunmover on February 18, 2012 at 6:21pm

' In his autobiography Paramahansa Yogananda writes about the teachings of his Guru Sri Yukteswar

One day Yogananda asks Sri Yukteswar, referring to the story of Adam and Eve. Why should God punish them and their generations also?

Sri Yukteswar explains that Genesis like many scriptures is deeply symbolic and we should not take the literal meaning of the story.

In the Biblical story, the 'tree of life' represents human body. The spinal cord of a human being is like a tree upside down with roots on the top and branches going down - compare to hair as the root of the tree and various nerves in the body as branches of the tree.

The fruits mentioned are enjoyments of various senses - sight, smell, taste, sound and touch.

The 'serpent' represents the coiled-up energy at the base of the spine (also called Kundalini in Yoga philosophy).'


Comment by Sunmover on February 18, 2012 at 6:16pm

The spinal column and ....the nervous system is like a tree that is rooted in the brain

Comment by Sunmover on February 18, 2012 at 5:05pm

The doubters said,
“Man can not fly,”
The doers said,
“Maybe, but we’ll try,”
And finally soared
In the morning glow
While non-believers
Watched from below."
Bruce Lee

Comment by Sunmover on February 18, 2012 at 4:00pm

"Right now, and in every now-moment, you are either closing or opening. You are either stress-fully waiting for something - more money, security, affection - or you are living from your deep heart, opening as the entire moment, and giving what you most deeply desire to give, without waiting."
David Deida

Comment by Sunmover on February 18, 2012 at 3:59pm
"When you begin to touch your heart or let your heart be touched, you begin to discover that it’s bottomless, that it doesn’t have any resolution, that this heart is huge, vast, and limitless. You begin to discover how much warmth and gentleness is there, as well as how much space."
Pema Chodron
Comment by Sunmover on February 18, 2012 at 3:55pm

“Our experience of the world is relative to our perspective,
The world of our experience is always changing,
Therefore we must be wary of our tendency to adopt fixed or dogmatic judgements, evaluations, and standards based upon a narrow viewpoint, since this leads to conflict and frustration.”

-Chuang Tzu

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