Dan Millman, Ayn Rand, Landmark Education, Yogi Bhajan
Dan Millman, sold millions of copies of his first book, The Peaceful Warrior (200). Written in fantasy style, even though it may be the truth. Much brain candy. Truth value: 7%
295 170 updated 2/28/2017
The Life You Were Meant To Live: truth value: 5%
The Journeys Of Socrates: 560 (my favorite book). Too real for most people. It’s the story of a boy becoming a man through a lifetime of training, trials and tribulations. People prefer fantasy, instant transformation (alcohol) and fast food spirituality. I read this once a year, around the time when people celebrate Christmas. I track my own spiritual growth. More truthful than muscle testing… on the experiential level. I read it the first time when my vibration was at 250… If your vibration is under 250 (I guess) you won’t like it.
Dan Millman says that it is a true story. Muscle test says: no. But it intuits accurately a man who managed to get onto the Tree of Life… and live half of his life from there.
Ayn Rand writer, philosopher. Connected higher knowledge, but
The Fountainhead: 250
Atlas Shrugged: 280
Philosophy: The Virtue Of Selfishness: 299
Werner Erhard, founder of est, an amazing teacher: 500
Nancy Zapolski VP or Landmark Education, personal vibration: 505
Steve Zaffron VP or Landmark Education, personal vibration: 450
Landmark Education, the organization: 300
Average vibration of forum leaders: 250 (it is so high because of some exceptional members of the staff. A “normal” Forum Leader has vibration under or at 200)
Average vibration of assistants: 170
Average vibration of graduates: 150
The content of teaching: truth value: 6%
yogi bhagan, yogi bhajan, Harbhajan Singh Yogi, Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji
personal vibration: 250 1
truth value: 299
The idea of Mahan Tantric: 180. Why? Because no idea and no human are supposed to stand between you and Source.
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- Osho on Yogi Bhajan
Osho – You must have heard the name of a great sardar yogi in America, Yogi Bhajan. He was just a porter at Delhi Airport. He saw Muktananda coming with seven hundred Americans…. Of course at that time his name was Sardar Harbhajan Singh; he was a poor porter, but certainly he looked far better than Muktananda, more impressive. The idea came into his mind, “If this fool can be a PARAMAHANSA, A SATGURU, etcetera, etcetera, then why should I waste my time just being a porter?” He dropped the job, went to America, and is now the greatest spiritual leader of the Sikh hierarchy in the Western hemisphere.
Just a few days ago, he was back in Delhi with all his disciples. One of his bosses, who is a lover of me, passed by. He saw him sitting on the lawn of the Delhi Taj Mahal Hotel with his disciples. He could not recognize him, he had changed so much. He thought, “A great mahatma.”
But Yogi Bhajan is a simple man in that way, far simpler than Muktananda or Nirmala Devi. He sent a disciple to the boss to tell him, “Come to my room. I have something to say to you.”
The boss could not understand why the great yogi was calling him; he was thrilled, excited. He went into the room, Yogi Bhajan came in and he said, “Boss, don’t you recognize me? I am just that poor Sardar Harbhajan Singh, your porter. Have you forgotten me completely?”
Then he could recognize the face. He said, “But what has happened? You have become such a great yogi with so many disciples!” Then he told the story… that it is due to Muktananda. The whole credit goes to Muktananda!