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Chanting . . . . Chanting . . . . Chanting . . . . Chanting . .

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on July 17, 2002 00:21:28 UTC

Hi
You wrote:

"5. I chant to heal various aspects of my body and soul. So my chanting is purely selfish."

Yoga: one wave on a pond absorbs many smaller
ones so the pond becomes clearer.
One might say that chanting performs janitorial duties, deep-cleaning the mind's carpet by absorbing pesky unconscious vibrations. Also, it might bring those vibrations temporarily to the "hazard" stage where one might experience them in concentrated form. So it helps to chant to transmute the bad vibes to good. I oughta do more of that.

You wrote:

"6a. First of all Mother Mary was endorsing chanting in opposition to her son."

Pierre Boule, author of Planet of the Apes, wrote a serious-funny novel about Jesus, God the Father, and Mother Mary. At the end, Mary is in charge. No wonder so many women are devout Catholics, eh?

Mikey

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