May 09, 1998 06:51 AM
by M K Ramadoss
>I knew that he tried vegetarianism for a while and found it did
>not agree with his body. In any case this dietary asceticism
>related to those who wished to refine their physical body
>organism and were under some occult training. And, in any case,
>if occult success were from the eating of vegetables, then cows,
>horses and elephants would have a good chance ! As I understand
>it, it is not practices adopted 'copy-cat' from "outside
>examples" that are valuable, but those which we have thought out
>for ourselves and put into effect because we found that there was
>something valuable there for us to do or follow.
>Best wishes, Dallas
You made my day.
Long live common sense and first hand knowledge.
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