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040 db. Questions re Rich’s post
From: "Debashish Banerji" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: July 14, 2005 4:28:06 PM PDT
Subject: Re: yoga, culture, choice (post 1973)
From your post, I extracted the following concerns:
1) Do we need to interpret the events happening around us as a part of the integral yoga?
2) Since these events are constantly changing and the world has changed
much since 1973 (year of the Mother's passing), does this affect our
yoga in any way?
3) Is there a place for ethics in the intergal yoga?
4) Do we need to concern ourselves with the intersubjective dimension as part of the intergal yoga?
5) Is a concern for the intersubjective related to what Mother has called
a collective yoga and is this any different from an individual yoga?
These are all very loaded quations that merit our deepest consideration. At
this moment it is difficult for me to find the time to give adequate answers, but
I do hope others will give them due attention.
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