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  • The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment by Thaddeus Golas --- How You Get There
    enlightenment It is available at all times to every being nothing no one has the power to stand in the way And as soon as you choose to take the path that is available to everyone that s it you are on the path that is available to everyone This book revolves around the hypothesis in the first paragraph of Chapter One but let it be clear that I have many times actually been in all the states of consciousness discussed as have many other human beings I m not just guessing These states are no farther from us than a breath of air And often I have had to let go of this concept itself and can therefore say with confidence Go beyond reason to love it is safe It is the only safety Love all you can and when you are ready all will be shown to you The state of mind that most needs enlightenment is the one that sees human beings as needing to be guided or enlightened The sin that most needs to be loved and forgiven is the state of mind that sees human beings as sinners Those of us who arrive at a flash of space through a negative emphasis may try to comfort ourselves that we are on a Bodhisattva trip coming down to help others But we should be then even more discriminating of our motives Every person who allows others to treat him as a spiritual leader has the responsibility to ask himself Out of all the perceptions available to me in the universe why am I emphasizing the ignorance of my brothers What am I doing in a role where this is real What kind of standards am I conceiving in which so many people are seen to be

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  • The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment by Thaddeus Golas --- How You Get There
    to reach his height it s not his fault and thus he keeps the game going forever It s self renewing as long as he is unwilling to see that his own vibrations emphasize the evil and ignorance he sees The more he hates evil the more evil there is to hate The more he advises people to resist the material world the more he binds them to it And even these comments are the consequence of my own resistance to the error of resisting evil This is a perfect example of how we are always guilty of what we condemn in others What we see is always ourselves It is useless to correct anyone s behavior If he knew what he was doing he wouldn t be doing it true enough but he is just as capable of knowing it as we are If he doesn t see it of his own free will is he any more likely to do so when we tell him By denying him his freedom to be wrong we are equally wrong Giving others the freedom to be stupid is one of the most important and hardest steps to take in spiritual progress Conveniently the opportunity to take that step is all around us every day Those of us who pretend to greater knowledge than our brothers who report more enlightened experiences have more to explain precisely because we know more This book is the description and education of my own ignorance And beyond the information herein I am trying to show how a human being can handle the kind of experiences I have had without laying strange trips on his brothers and sisters Whenever we hand on what we are shown we must do so with the same divine love with which

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  • The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment by Thaddeus Golas --- A Fable
    at the stone to his amazement the image of the King appeared in it I have come to thank you said the King You have released me from my attachment to Earth I thought I was freed when I acquired the jewel but then I learned that I would be released only when I passed it on with a pure heart to another Each day of my life I polished that stone until finally this day arrived when the jewel became so beautiful that you stole it and I have passed it on and am released The jewel you hold is Understanding You cannot add to its beauty by hiding it and hinting that you have it nor yet by wearing it with vanity Its beauty comes of the consciousness that others have of it Honor that which gives it beauty Next Even Lazier Lazy Man s Guide to Enlightenment Contents Sitemap Home RVbLog Remote Viewing Mindchatter or Peace of Mind Remote Influencing Making the Inner Shift Remote Viewing Course Remote Influencing Course Couple of Questions Answers Remote Viewer Gerald O Donnell s Biography Books on Remote Viewing Books on Remote Influencing Books on New Physics Books on Other Related

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  • The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment by Thaddeus Golas --- Even Lazier
    all the love in the universe Love is the only dimension that needs to be changed Go beyond reason to love it is safe It is the only safety All states of consciousness are available right now It s always within us to relate this way Enlightenment doesn t care how you get there Whatever you are doing love yourself for doing it There is nothing you need to do first in order to be enlightened This too can be experienced with a completely expanded awareness I wouldn t deny this experience to the One Mind What did you think it was that needed to be loved When you learn to love hell you will be in heaven Thank you brothers and sisters for letting my consciousness be in this place Thaddeus Golas 1972 Next How This Book Came to Be A Letter From Thaddeus Golas Lazy Man s Guide to Enlightenment Contents Sitemap Home RVbLog Remote Viewing Mindchatter or Peace of Mind Remote Influencing Making the Inner Shift Remote Viewing Course Remote Influencing Course Couple of Questions Answers Remote Viewer Gerald O Donnell s Biography Books on Remote Viewing Books on Remote Influencing Books on New Physics Books on

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  • The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment by Thaddeus Golas --- How This Book Came To Be Part 1
    it by my behavior and by what I produced And it seems I succeeded miraculously with The Lazy Man s Guide to Enlightenment I did not at all anticipate the kind of experiences I had on LSD I had never taken refuge in castles in the air In college days at Columbia John Hollander had cued me to The White Goddess by Robert Graves when it was first published I was interested enough in matriarchy to read most of Graves other books including King Jesus and the little known Watch the North Wind Rise I read enough metaphysics to check out my theories but I was rooted in the Earth and spent more time scanning scientific works to see if anything that was known to be true contradicted my lines of thought Of course I do recall reading Indian Yoga when in high school but I remember that only because Allen Ginsberg all of thirteen years old told me Some people go crazy from reading books like that I never varied from my determination to evolve hard information a way of being that could be relied on even in chaos It was chaos that taught me I was so ruthless in testing suspecting every sentiment that I came to feel I was a destroyer of ideas and indeed my books are based on what I could not demolish Anyone who wants to tear those books down will have to work harder and longer than I did At times on my psychedelic trips I was distinctly aware of myself as an unmoved watcher a still core of awareness immune to changes However there were often wild storms of emotion and I made a deliberate effort to be completely passive open to any thing There were beautiful states of being where I

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  • The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment by Thaddeus Golas --- How This Book Came To Be Part 2
    that enlightenment was a long or difficult learning process Strange and tricky perhaps in the light of reason but not laborious It once came to me that if I had followed all the good advice available I would never have writ ten my book My intent has never been to have unusual experiences or to be enlightened but to understand how the world works how to go to the spirit and stay What I wanted I decided was a little handbook that would tell me how to do it myself That was what I then proceeded to write a little guide I bought a thick covered bookkeeper s journal with Day on the cover As soon as I began to write my right arm began to hurt with a constant fierce pain the same sharp pain I had felt when I cracked my humerus at the age of eight It made me sweat and I tried all kinds of mental tricks to make it go away but nothing worked I did not stop writing For several days I got little sleep though I took aspirins which should have knocked me out I wrote a few pages every day in longhand At last I decided to go to Everyman s Free Clinic The doctor proposed to give me a shot of cortisone First to alleviate the pain of that he gave me a shot of Novocain I had stopped taking LSD because I knew I would not finish writing the book unless I stayed earthbound but when the needle went in it was like an LSD trip of pure pain I was out in space in a uni verse of pain My body broke into a cold sweat After a moment or two which was a true eternity no past or

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  • The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment by Thaddeus Golas --- How This Book Came To Be Part 3
    point and the rest was journalism I added some of the last chapter to the short version and that was it This version came to twenty densely typed pages and was inexpensive to reproduce Over the next year I gave away hundreds of copies with occasional small revisions I suppose it was a sort of market testing Previously I had often wandered around town talking to people at random sometimes as many as five or six in an afternoon When I started to write I found that many of the things I had been saying were stored in my mind as if taped Also a number of lines in the book were words that came to me on psychedelic trips The book was more talked than written I really intended it for other acidheads so that those of us in the psychedelic culture would have a language to use in describing our experiences I was quite astonished later when the book found wide acceptance by the general public For some time I had been mailing copies to various people and now significant feedback began coming in In July of 1971 I sent a copy to Alan Watts whom I had met briefly and told him he was free to do anything he wished with it Over the years I had tried to give the idea away to get someone else to do the work of developing it Watts replied that he had read it with the great est interest but suggested I should do the fur ther work myself The importance of his reply to me was that he did not dismiss it as something already existing in the literature since he was more scholarly than I was However I never did become a popular New Age figure and people

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  • The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment by Thaddeus Golas --- How This Book Came To Be Part 4
    out of the day I was in a frenzy of concentrated effort I revised the book completely I cut up the Xeroxed version and spread the pieces on the floor moving sections around Then I pasted the pieces on regular stationery leaving room for typed corrections and additions I did a chapter a day until the book was done Then I stopped revising because I knew it would lose its spontaneous quality if I made the book any more literary I was using all I learned from working on hundreds of books as Production Editor for Ballantine Books and Fawcett Publications In fact I began to feel that everything I had ever done was contributing in some way to this one small book While waiting for the published books to arrive I went to the library and made a list of two hundred bookstores including all the stores that knew me as a salesman for Harper s in the mid sixties I typed labels and prepared envelopes ready to send out sample copies as soon as the book was delivered with a note that it could be ordered from Book People a distribu tor in Berkeley I also prepared labels for major book chain and department store buyers A year afterwards I learned that the sales manager of B Dalton gave the sample copy to his secretary who convinced him he should order it Their computer automatically reordered books selling well and B Dalton for years accounted for about a third of the book s sales I owe a lot to that secretary I went to various bookstores in San Francisco leaving one or two dozen copies on consignment When I visited these stores a couple of days later they were already sold out As a former book salesman I

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