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When I asked who the man in the portrait was, he replied that it was Mahum Tah-ta, a wise man from the mountains. That was all he ever said about this man. I was too lazy to look for the bottle opener and I tried to show off by opening the bottle in the door lock, and although the master warned me, the neck of the bottle broke and almost half the contents of the bottle spilled onto the floor.
I was ashamed when that happened, but the master and the housekeeper only laughed while I wiped the beer off the floor. It was then that the master told me what had happened to him in a previous life in Tibet, when he was a chela a student.
His guru sent him with a needle, to a friend who lived far away. He was surprised by that attitude, shrugged his shoulders and went back. He became very tired, and he was seized by anger, because he was to run back and forth without anyone showing any interest in the stupid needle. Only when his anger had turned to humility, perseverance, and peace was he allowed to stop, but only after he had travelled back and forth sixteen times.
It would seem likely that the guru mentioned by Dr M. I am guessing that these are the same pictures that Dieter Ruggesburg mentions and that perhaps the picture of Shambalah is the same as the picture of Lagavana in my previous post.
Can anyone with the German version of Frabato confirm this? With the help of Google translate and a bit of massage from myself, I have drawn up a translation , and added some extra snippets of information in the footnotes.
I also detect a hint of frustration that despite the universal nature and many editions of the publications, his feeling that the works should be more widely appreciated.
A few other questions spring up in my mind. Whatever happened to Hermann Bauer Verlag, the original German publisher, and how did Dieter Ruggeburg come to assume that role? For that matter, how come the original US publishers, the Brotherhood of Life are no longer publishing these titles? I wish you peace and progress on your path to perfection, luxfortis Search Categories.
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