From this Page you will be able to go many places and when I get around to writing words there will be an ecletic tome of stuff here to experience. The things located here are so by the consent of the Cosmic Muffin which knows the ways of sweetening our life. How Sweet It Is!
When selecting a teacher or guide to enligthenment one must ask themself where are this teachers students today? Are they Free? Have they become enlightened? Did they find what they were looking for through this teacher?
If a teacher has to many students who have been with them for a long time then one must ask trade one set of shackles for another of a different kind?
If followers find enlightenment through a teacher they go on to teach others by example, that is to say by their lives. If they truely learn the lessons they should be able to go forth in to a world of reality and stand on thier own bottom; Free. Devotees, if they have found enlightenment, should be free to lead their own lives. They should be Free to do what they please; and this is the reward that their teachers should desire most. There teachers should want to be Free of followers because followers are a burden and must be cared for. If a teacher does not see themselves as a stepping stonne, only, in the road to enlightment then they consider themselves to important teach their followers how to Free themselves.
One day I was walking through the woods. I had walked a long way and become exhausted and thirsty. Suddenly I came upon a stream. As I approached the stream I had a vision.
Three men approached a stream to quench their thirst. The first man leaned towards the up stream to get water and fell in when he became off balanced reaching for the water. The second man leaned to down stream to quench his thirst and fell in the stream when he become off balance reaching for the water. The third man kneeled next to the stream, recognized his appreciation for the water, scooped up some water from in front of himself, and quenched his thirst. The first two travelers were overwhelmed and drowned in the stream, but the third, once his thirst was quenched, continued with his journey.