Your answers have to come from the direct perception of what is happening now. Is 'resistance' an interpretation or your experience right now?

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Resistance might be good for you!

[Shelly]

Dear Oshana: I have enjoyed our dialogues. I to, am swept away by this OSHANACULT. I will be asking my wife to check on air fares to London. I could either go to Edmonton Canada, for kundalini shakti with John, or London for noodles with Oshana.

[Oshana]You have your noodles and you eat them and the kundalini shakes with John de Ruiter ("there is a whole lot of shaking going on" in the front row of his meetings) because John is in London for 5 days from 11 Nov 2000.

[Shelly] It's a No Brainer. I might even be able to visit with my dear friend Douglas Harding. Well unless you have something more to say on the topic of resistance, I think we can put it away for now.

[Oshana]You want to be let off so easily, Shelly? Some resistance to the topic of resistance, perhaps? As with Douglas, you will find nothing but questions here in London. If you really want to find then you have to look and that means answering all the questions on the Oshana Application Form (OAF!).

I could say a lot about resistance but what that do for you?

I had asked you to look at it:

Your answers have to come from the direct perception of what is happening now. Is 'resistance' an interpretation or your experience right now?

Did you?

[Shelly]Let me leave you with the following words of wisdom from my AltarEgo-Borgananda Borgananda says-

[Oshana]Two ego's now? Oy Vey!

[Shelly] Neither resistance nor non resistance!
Borgananda says- Resistance is Futile!
Borgananda says- Who Knows?

Love to you, Oh sagacious one.
Shelly

[Oshana]I'll return that with some words from Dr. Judy on this Dialogue:

Reply to the dialogue: We do what we do and it all works anyway....... So, relax, or don't, the Universe doesn't care or notice....... For this day, choose to be happy and not think so much. If you can turn off your thinker and your talker, the answers to your questions will find you in the silence! Love and hugs, Judy

[Oshana]That should do the trick.

Judy, What happens when the you get bored of turning off the thinker?

This reminds me of when Andrew Cohen confronted Gangaji, the then presumed heir to the Papajian throne, about her having passed on information that Andrew had "landed". After a heated volley, she told Andrew to be quiet for 10 minutes. All went silent on the recording of the event, then this New York(Andrew's) nasally accent can be heard insistently asking "And then what? What happens after the 10 minutes are up? What then? Huh? Huh?" (or words to that effect).

love Oshana

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