I don't advise 'my seekers' to seek.
Dear Ram Charan,
Maybe we met! I know some Ram's. I met one last night in an Indian restaurant over a buffet table and he wasn't even Indian!
I don't know for sure what Samsara means. Could it be the name of a couple taken from their Ford Escort front window?
Aren't all seekers in Samsara? Don't all seekers seek something which doesn't exist - like Father Christmas?
We used to have an instant mash potato product named after an acronym of Samsara - it was eaten by extra-terrestrials called the Clangers - their heads were made out of tin (cartels) cymbals...very Hare Krsna.
The experience that I have of the Other World Which is Always Here is unchanging. In that sense it is a permanent experience.
I don't advise 'my seekers' to seek. Just relax and eat some yummy foods. Pretty soon they find something very yummy!
But I do want you to get it. Then you will know what I know and that will be the end of all this talk-talk.
I don't know this other fellow you were asking about. I have no teachers. Well, none I would recommend because I really don't know what they teach hald of the time. However, I am happy suggest to some difficult 'devotees ' to go and see someone else (normally, if they prefer talking to eating).
I don't know if we've ever met but someone named "Das" seems very impressed by you and as a result has been emailing me. It seems from quotes he is sending that you are a spiritual teacher of some sort. Reading a quote today, I read something which disturbed me if it is supposed to be a teaching on spiritual truth. Perhaps it was taken out of context? the line was,
What I want to you to get is a permanent experience.
Freedom begins when one recognizes the fact that there is NO SUCH THING as a permanent experience. Seeking a permanent experience IS Samsara. Or, if I am mistaken, I would very much like to know from your end if you have found a permanent experience! Please tell me what it is!
Looking forward to hearing from you,
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