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Nuts and Bolts Falling Off
Tanya: Dear James, I am really looking forward to being with you and your teaching for an extended time in Tiruvannamalai.
The first time I met you I found your teachings interesting, but I don’t think I was ready for them yet. Last year I had no idea you were in Tiru and like before just stumbled upon you, but everything seemed to make perfect sense and I was sorry that I could only do two weeks.
Ever since being back in Spain I have felt as if the nuts and bolts have been oiled and they are now rattling loose. I feel myself in the rather comfortable place of them not coming apart yet and I am buying time, I guess. Part of me is dreading taking the next step because I know the bolts will come off and it is also inevitable that I take this step. So I will be there. I am reading your book very slowly, paragraph by paragraph almost at the moment, and letting it sink in. I love your uncompromising clarity. It has already helped me to be clearer in my mind and therefore simplify my life.
I know it is right.
So we will see each other in Tiru.
~ Till then all good wishes and love, Tanya
James: Hi, Tanya. Let the nuts and bolts fall off. It is good. You will get a whole new machine, not to worry.
~ Love, James