Go Mata, (cow mother) Teji Deepti is a rambunctious young lady, fairly active grandmother. She found a break in the fence line of the pasture and went for a walk to Iraivan, enjoying sweet Ti plants and other marvelous things planted by the monks along the way
Food is foremost on her mind and a bucket of tasty alfalfa is all you need to prod her to follow you all the way back to her proper paddock.
Her “little one” probably “told” her (with a “picture”) where to go. Bear swim across the Sound from the Olympic Mountains in the West to my Island, they munch berries and proceed East across the Island, hop into the Sound and continue to swim East to the Cascade Mountain Range to visit relatives and find a girlfriend. Their moms “tell” them with a “picture”, swim towards the “Great White Mountain!” The planet is covered in “Ancient Paths” and the animals remember.
Bodhinatha's Latest Upadesha: "Understanding Karma" (March 21, 2013)
Mitigate karma by living a religious life, being disciplined, following dharma, being of service, accepting responsibility. We create the future by how we act in the present, wisely, through introspection, punyam, detachment from emotion. Utilizing the law of karma we mature spiritually keeping life sublime. Challenges are good making us stronger, developing new abilities. Commentary on The Master Course, Lessons 341,342. Listen Now Click here for all recent talks