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Message Subject Request: Will the Spiritually Evolved Beings Please Stop Feeding the Egos
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I have to agree 100% with this. I started my journey with no "guru". All the info Apollo and others share, is out on the internet for anyone to find.

You can start your journey without a "guru" or without "initiation". Not saying you will reach the "end" without an initiation/guru. But you can start your journey without one.
 Quoting: Revguard


Rev, I think you are missing Least's point. For some, yeah, no problem. But for others, it creates 'problems' that are further and further harder to resolve. It is like democrats. They spout promises of immediate solutions to their woe's, without looking at the long term consequences.
 Quoting: SickScent


I can see this possibility.
 Quoting: Poster 8398


Poster, I think about this a lot nowadays. I am given information now, that I do not understand (symbolism and 'labels') that I find myself stepping back from. This is stuff that I am told I shouldn't say where I got it, or who gave it to me. It is supposedly powerful stuff, but I do not mess with it because I may be tempted to try something, yet might not know of the consequences...ie 'Black Majick'... 1dunno1 I don't know, so I keep it at a distance until I 'understand it', and then I will make my decision.

Most people wouldn't give a shit, and just do it if presented with it, you know. Maybe not most, but you know what I mean.

Anyway, just wanted to give a personal experience concerning this 'idea'.
 Quoting: SickScent


Precisely my point in my other post above.

One must be honest with themselves. If you have information or are working through informatin that you clearing do not understand even at face value, then how can you possibly begin to understand it as a whole?

This is part of the "fast food" culture we live in.

One must be honest with themselves and recognize their own limits. Both emotional, spiritual, and mentally.
 
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