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Lions Roar : March 2006
Students gathered in the Public Service Building in Boulder, Colorado, during the first summer of the Naropa Institute, 1974. '"d ::r: o """Ì o 0:; >-< ::r: e ti C/J o Z C/J ::r: o """Ì t"rJ I:'""'" I:'""'" r stage, rather than understanding approach might be to learn the ltaneously. As a young man you u evolve, you become more and u are ready to retire, you get a practically and spiritually wise. state of spiritual ecstasy. es and landmarks of spirituality. om that point onward you are a ou have your bar mitzvah or bat are many things like that. e: once you get your title and the ecome a slightly advanced and dif- ituality, we have to face this misun- rded as a sudden jump at all. Rather, takes place constantly. a sudden glimpse, satari, and all kinds ngs require the conditions for you to pull t frame of mind to experience such a thing. enough preparation for it to be sudden. Oth- ave a sudden accident in your motorcar, you had therwise, you couldn't have the accident. That is the k about suddenness and sudden flashes of all kinds, we nditional suddenness, conditional sudden enlightenment. ment is dependent on the slow growth of the spiritual process- commitment, discipline, and experience. This takes place not only in 44 SHAMBHALA SUN MARCH 2006