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Karma Yoga, the Mother of All Balms
Vedanta friend: Checking in on you, old friend, and trusting you’re doing okay… Vertical now??
Well, it’s my turn and I have been flat on my back for 10 days now with a ruptured disc. The pain is exquisite, but I am running my yogas and inquiry.
I'm not looking for a different experience, but remembering that it’s all known to me.
In the words of a wise man, “Easy Saturday, friend.”
Daniel: Isvara sure has been blessing this jiva with some good vertical fuel as of late. Thanks for your kind thoughts, brother.
I’m sorry to hear of your jiva's strain. But I’m happy to hear that it's being utilized in your sadhana. Pain can be used as a great tool in one’s inquiry.
“Not looking for a different experience, but remembering that it’s all known to me.” Your hard work and devotion to the truth has clearly paid off, brotherji. This statement demonstrates perfect discrimination.
May Isvara bless your jiva equipment with full mend as soon as possible.
Vedanta friend: So good to hear, Danielji. As always, your words are valued and appreciated.
Karma Yoga, the “mother” of all balms. ☺
Daniel: Yup – gotta keep that karma yoga muscle flexed at all times! It sure is the mother of all balms.