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  1. On the nature of creation - Ramana Maharshi

    I'd say lots of it but not everything, for there is a lot of KJ Bible sounding text that came through.
  2. what does the transcendent desire?

    maybe unless we go with the sipper of sipper?
  3. On the nature of creation - Ramana Maharshi

    more along the lines of seekers and making preparations: https://www.swami-krishnananda.org/upanishad/upan_03.html
  4. what does the transcendent desire?

    righto, except it will have to incarnate before being able to sip same
  5. what does the transcendent desire?

    fun as in the Bible with the "vanity of vanities" madness and or "why hast thou forsaken me" of visceral and heart shredding doubt?
  6. what does the transcendent desire?

    there is the saying in Buddhism that, "samsara properly understood is nirvana" which to me does not sound like any form of denial of samsara... so (it seems) in one Advaita related way could we say, the unreal when properly understood is enlightenment. ?
  7. On the nature of creation - Ramana Maharshi

    Also Cayce's take on the Book of Revelations is interesting, and far from fundamentalist Christianity.
  8. what does the transcendent desire?

    then start your own thread and chip away there.... obviously
  9. what does the transcendent desire?

    Rideforever, That sounds like a mountain size chip on the shoulder, and quasi-4th way stuff, thanks but not interested.
  10. what does the transcendent desire?

    depending on the school "desire" sometimes has the connotation of a four letter word...anyway could we say compassion has the built in desire and nature to be compassionate and joy has the built in desire and nature to be joyous? And along those lines that the transcendent has the built in desire and nature to manifest both....
  11. what does the transcendent desire?

    in Taoist terms why would the great Tao desire to give birth to "The One", then on to "The Two", "The Three" and "Ten Thousand", none of which I believe are described as only apparent.
  12. what does the transcendent desire?

    in realization a "my" transcendent is no different from the transcendent...
  13. what does the transcendent desire?

    Shakti is not suppressed, Om is not suppressed, Yantra is not suppressed, thus flowing in divine desire and dance which is not suppressed.
  14. What does the transcendent desire? - apparently manifestation? Yet if nothing is gained and nothing is lost then why veiling and then unveiling?